Directing

acting
The Memorandum 2006


acting
an iobairt 1994

acting
Without A Trace 2002

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“Under the direction of Gerda Stevenson, from beginning to end, this is a lucid and poetic production, full of humanity and honesty, opening our eyes to the on-going conflict between art and science, and becoming a philosophical debate on the value of sight. Believe it. See it.”

The List, 2002, reviewing WITHOUT A TRACE, by Carol K. Mack - Sounds Of Progress

  • 2010: Federer versus Murray, by Gerda Stevenson, for ORAN MOR, Glasgow.
  • 2007: The Inqisitor, by Peter Arnott, for ORAN MOR, Glasgow.
  • 2006: Brace Position, by Rona Munro, for ORAN MOR, Glasgow
  • 2006: The Memorandum, by Vaclav Havel, for COMMUNICADO.
  • 2005: The Pentlands At War, PENTLANDS WRITERS' GROUP (National lottery).
  • 2004 and 2005: Hieroglyphics, by Anne Donovan, The Price of a Fish Supper, by Catherine Lucy Czerkawska, Two by Jackie Kay, Short Spin by Maite Pérez Larumbe, and Wheesht by Victor Iriarte, all for ORAN MOR, Glasgow .
  • 2002: SOUNDS of PROGRESS : Without A Trace, by Carol Mack.
  • 2001: Kabuki Macbeth. Education project in collaboration with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Royal Opera House  
  • 1999: The Green Lady of Balconie, a multi-media story-telling drama, with music, video and dance, for FEARAINN DOHMNUILL ARTS.
  • 1998: An Turus, an opera by William Sweeney, for PARAGON ENSEMBLE at Celtic Connections Festival, Glasgow.
  • 1997: The Crucible by Arthur Millerat the R.S.A.M.D .
  • 1995 and 1996:  Refuge, by Janet Paisley (Peggy Ramsay Award,) and The Seal Wife, by Sue Glover for Stellar Quines Theatre Company.
  • 1994: An Iobairt (The Sacrifice), a short film in Gaelic for BBC Scotland, (awarded Honourable Mention at Palm Springs International Short Film Festival, and a BAFTA award for Best Film Score, 1995).
  • 1987: Uncle Jesus, by Peter Nardini, Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Gerda has commissioned and directed many programmes for BBC Radio Scotland, working with established Scottish dramatists such as Donald Campbell, Alan Spence, Janet Paisley, and Anne Downie.

She has run many acting, writing and story-telling workshops in schools and drama colleges across Scotland.

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