Creative Projects

Ongoing Projects

  • HashtagShakespeare webseries

#Shakespeare is an exciting new webseries created by actor-producers Sanee Raval and Bridget Randolph in collaboration with composer Kiran Dhoot. Working with a diverse team of young creatives and performers, they have developed the series in honor of this year’s #Shakespeare400 anniversary.

The teaser trailer for the first episode was released on April 23, the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, with a first episode release planned for June 2016.

You can follow the project on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or visit the project website and sign up to the mailing list for updates.

  • Untitled Short Film project

Bridget is currently developing a short film concept looking at combat PTSD and its effects on one couple’s relationship. More information coming soon.

  • Shakespeare:Direct cue script work

Bridget has been involved for nearly two years with the Salon:Collective’s Shakespeare:Direct project, which uses performance techniques based on Patrick Tucker’s work around how Shakespeare’s work would have originally been performed. Actors are only given cue scripts to prepare from, and only meet their scene partners on the day of the performance.

The Salon:Collective’s work has been performed at the Cockpit Theatre in Marylebone, and at the Rose Playhouse at Bankside. It has also been written about in several publications, including The Independent and British Theatre Guide.

Completed Projects

MGCfutures is an education program from the Michael Grandage Company that aims to introduce young people to the many and varied careers that exist within the theatre. Bridget was one of the inaugural members of the MGC Futures Company, and specialized in Theatre PR, meaning she received additional mentorship and guidance from Kate Morley, the PR consultant for the Michael Grandage Company.

During her time in the company, she also attended masterclasses and workshops with prominent members of the British theatre industry, including Daniel Radcliffe, John Logan, James Bierman, Penny Dyer, Ben Wright (Frantic Assembly), the Belarus Free Theatre and Michael Grandage. The youth company also devised responses to 4 of the 5 plays in the Michael Grandage Company’s West End season, which they then presented on that play’s set, as part of the MGC West End residence at the Noel Coward Theatre.