Theatre Director Charlotte Gwinner hosted a masterclass on A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller - a portrait of women and men on stage. An exploration of gender dynamics/characterisation in Miller's classic play, contrasted with more contemporary pieces.
Charlotte worked onstage with Masterclass members.

About Charlotte

Charlotte Gwinner has directed a wide range of new plays and classics and is currently head of Artistic Programme at Clean Break Theatre Company. She was Associate Director at Sheffield Theatres from 2014-2016, under Daniel Evans and winner of the NT Quercus Award where she worked as Associate Director at Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse from 2013-2014, as well as Associate Director at the Bush Theatre from 2010-2012. As Founder and Artistic Director of ANGLE Theatre, she won a Peter Brook Award for her inaugural season at Hackney Empire in 2009.

Charlotte’s numerous credits include Waiting for Godot, Crave and Benefactors at the Sheffield Crucible, The Distance at the Orange Tree, Sunspots at Hampstead, A View From The Bridge at the Everyman Liverpool, Bytes at the Royal Court, Taking Part at the Criterion, Our New Girl, The Knowledge and Little Dolls at The Bush, Knives in Hens at the Theatre Royal Bath, Everything Must Go and Riders to the Sea at Southwark Playhouse, Men Should Weep at Oxford, The Blood of Others at The Arcola and The Country of the Blind at the Gate Theatre. Charlotte also directed a production of Julius Caesar at HMP Prison Wandsworth which involved prisoners acting alongside professional actors.