Dr. Lynne Kendrick, BA, MA, PhD
Lynne commenced at Central in 2003, and has worked across a variety of programmes including BA DATE, MA Theatre Studies (Performance and the City) and the research degree programme. She was a fellow of CSSD’s Centre for Excellence in Training for Theatre exploring emergent graduate training and production opportunities and she managed the School’s graduate company residency scheme.
Lynne is a founding member and trustee of Camden People’s Theatre, a north London venue that produces contemporary theatre and has a history of exploring experimental and applied theatre practices including verbatim theatre, intergenerational, intercultural and interdisciplinary practices.
Lynne is a researcher in theatre making processes, including performing and performance. Her current research specialism is in the emergent field of theatre and aurality. Lynne has published articles on aurality, performing and performer training, disability arts, cultural policy, national and international touring.
2012 'Mimesis and Remembrance', in Performance Research: On Technology, Vol. 17, No. 3:109 – 113
2011 with Roesner, D. Theatre Noise: the sound of performance, Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing
2011 'A Paidic Aesthetic', Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, Vol 2. No. 1: 72-85
2006 (director) The Silent Movie, Camden People’s Theatre
2005 (director) The Silent Movie, Competition Clownagogo, T.C
2000 (director) The Silent Movie, So Long, Sugarplum, Camden People’s Theatre
1999 (director) The Silent Movie, Life with the Lid on, Croydon Clockwork Theatre
1997 (director) The Silent Movie, Street Cries, Camden People’s Theatre
1996 (director) The Silent Movie, Filthy Dirty , Camden People’s Theatre
1995 (director) The Silent Movie, Night of the Assassins, Camden People’s Theatre