Leo Butler

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Leo Butler
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Born 1974
Sheffield, England
Occupation Playwright
Nationality British
Notable works Redundant (2001)
Lucky Dog (2004)
I'll Be The Devil (2008)
Faces In The Crowd(2008)
Alison! A Rock Opera (2012)
Boy (play) (2016)

Leo Butler (b. Sheffield, 1974) is a British playwright. His plays have been staged, among others, by the Royal Court Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.[1] His plays have been published by A & C Black.[2] His 2001 play Redundant won the George Devine Award. Between 2005 and 2014 he was Playwriting Tutor for the Royal Court Young Writers Programme.[3]

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  1. ^ http://www.doollee.com/PlaywrightsB/butler-leo.html Profile at doolee.com
  2. ^ skyron.co.uk. "404". 
  3. ^ "Teach First Acts – Duncan Macmillan & Leo Butler - Matt Trueman". 
  4. ^ Vannozzi, Debbie. "Decades by Leo Butler - Ovalhouse". 
  5. ^ "Boy". Almeida Theatre. Retrieved 2016-01-19. 
  6. ^ "Sixty-Nine", Pleasence, Courtyard, 2012 
  7. ^ "Alison! A Rock Opera", King's Head Theatre, 2012 
  8. ^ "Juicy Fruits", Oran Mor, 2011 
  9. ^ "Faces In The Crowd", Royal Court Theatre, 2008 
  10. ^ "I'll Be The Devil", Tricycle Theatre, 2008 
  11. ^ "Leo Butler". 
  12. ^ http://d1wf8hd6ovssje.cloudfront.net/documents/Heroes_wkpk.pdf
  13. ^ "PlayographyIreland - The Early Bird". 
  14. ^ "Lucky Dog", Royal Court Theatre, 2004 
  15. ^ "Devotion - Shows - Theatre Centre". 
  16. ^ "Redundant", Royal Court Theatre, 2001 
  17. ^ "Self Made", UK Film Council, 2011