Lauren is a writer, producer and performer with real passion for exhilarating new writing and experimenting with form. She writes, produces and performs theatre, poetry and films and likes nothing more than to collaborate with artists to create a daring new understanding of what theatre can be and should say.
Artistic Director and Executive Producer - Open Dare (https://opendare.net/) launching at the end 2017!
A provocateur. A theatre maker. A challenger of the status quo. Her work celebrates with a wholly unique flair, poeticism and comedy - the ordinary - and gives a sharp voice to the underrepresented and seldom explored stories and truths. ‘Gauge is a talent to watch’ (The Play’s The Thing UK) her visceral productions leap into the heart of audience through speaking the raw truth, which can be heart-achingly hilarious, explosively bold and defiantly different.
If you would like a script, a chat, or a collaborator please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lauren is a regular devising collaborator with ensemble Red Room Productions and originated the role of Judith in Red Room, which toured Internationally and won Best Actress Award for her performance at Unifest, Russia, as well as Grand Prix Best Production and Best Director at Teatralny Koufar Belarus and toured to Belgium.
Never short of curiosity and energy Lauren runs Lauren Gauge Marketing & PR championing outstanding entertainment in theatre and film. She can also be found on the judging panel for The Offies Awards which she produces; writing (as Editor) for OffWestEnd.com; and producing theatre and new writing festivals. Most recently working on The Unmarried, Edinburgh Fringe (5-STARS ‘The freshest most exciting play I’ve seen this year. Gauge is mesmerizing.’ – Fringe Guru); The Scottsboro Boys, West End transfer from the Young Vic to the Garrick Theatre (5-STARS ); The Unmarried, Lyric Hammersmith/ Camden People’s Theatre/ Herstory Theatre N16); Borderland, University Theatre Bath; and PR for: Theatre and Technology Awards; Snapshot; In/ Out (A feeling); Penetrator and Hello Again at The Hope Theatre, London.
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