Today’s podcast features F. Otto Haas Award nominee Charlotte Ford! We talk about her life as a full-time theater artist, time spend in Edinburgh and Paris and find out why she calls Philadelphia her true artistic home! Stay Tuned!
ABOUT CHARLOTTE FORD
Charlotte Ford is a Philadelphia-based theater artist who was a member of the core creative ensemble for Pig Iron Welcome to Yuba City, and has worked with Lucidity Suitcase Intercontinental, Theatre Exile, Big House Plays and Spectacles, New Paradise Laboratories, the Arden Theatre, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, the McCarter Theatre, and Brat Productions. She has been nominated for two Barrymore Awards, as Outstanding Supporting Actress for Theatre Exile’s Red Light Winter, and for Outstanding Ensemble in Exile’s Mr. Marmalade. She is a recipient of the 2008 and 2009 Leeway Art and Change Grant, and the 2008 Independence Foundation Fellowship. Her new absurdist clown play, Chicken, will premiere at the 2010 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival. She holds a BA from Bryn Mawr College and an MFA from the London International School of Performing Arts.