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Writing

Martin Cort's writing work began with the narratives that he wrote for Rumer Godden's Poetry Programmes (see The Around Readers page for further information).   He went on to write three pantomimes (which he also directed) for the London Borough of Camden: Cinderella, Puss in Boots and Dick Whittington.

Attending a modern-times adaptation of Marivaux's Love Is a Game of Chance, he was inspired to make his own adaptation set in the 1920s.  His adaptation was premiered at Actors & Writers London in 2002.

 

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Martin Cort is currently writing an autobiographical account of his work with Rumer Godden and The Around Readers (TAR).

Click the photograph of Rumer Godden for The Around Readers' page.

 

Martin Cort's latest full evening play, Death on the Doorstep, received its first performed reading by Actors & Writers London in November 2007, under the direction of Peter Kosta

Martin Cort was also inspired by AWL's thrice-yearly competitions, for which member writers are invited to submit ten-minute plays.  He wrote Surprise Bundle 2006 (also CAA and Royal Institution) and Simon's Secret 2007 (also CAA and Royal Overseas League) and Lunchtime Story (2008). 

 

Click for the The Around Readers' page, featuring Martin Cort's work with Rumer Godden

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