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Rebecca Atkinson-Lord, born 1982, is a British theatre director and playwright. Rebecca is originally from Wolverhampton where she attended St Dominic's School in Brewood, but is now based in London.

Rebecca graduated with a Masters degree from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art[1] having earlier attended the National Youth Music Theatre with tenor Nicky Spence and actor Eddie Redmayne.

Rebecca is the founding Artistic Director of Arch 468[2], a theatre and development space in South London. Atkinson-Lord has championed the needs of emerging artists and her policy of supporting young theatre artists at an early stage of their careers has meant that Arch 468 has become increasingly significant in spite of its tiny size and is in many respects unique in the UK theatre scene due to its almost sole focus on the development of new theatre and its financial investment in young theatre artists.

References

  1. ^ Nuala Calvi (27 May 2005). "Rebecca Atkinson-Lord". The Stage. http://www.thestage.co.uk/features/showpeople/feature.php/8014/rebecca-atkinson-lord. Retrieved on 6 June 2009. 
  2. ^ Richard Godwin (3 March 2009). "A Poky Night at the Theatre". Evening Standard. 

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rebecca_Atkinson-Lord



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