GRACE TAYLOR directs Confessions of A Rabbi’s Daughter
Among many other things, Grace Taylor is passionate about musical theatre, particularly new musical theatre, particularly female-led new musical theatre. So, when she’s not Queening it up in the West End and on the UK tour as Associate Director on Six, she’s bringing her considerable skill and expertise to other projects.
Confessions of A Rabbi’s Daughter, a new musical written by Emily Rose Simons and produced by and starring Tanya Truman is a female-led new work that practically had Grace’s name written all over it.
Rachel, played by Truman, is a budding Jewish matriarch in a prominent Orthodox London synagogue, weeks away from obtaining the last essential requirement to follow in her departed mother’s footsteps – a husband. Will she manage to keep herself, her community and family together, or find the courage to follow her heart in another direction?
Running at the Mountview Catalyst Festival on the 19th and 25th July with a live AND livestreamed performance on July 19th and an on-demand performance on the 25th. For more details and to book, click here.