The Wonderful World of Dissocia
About Anthony Neilson
Anthony Neilson directed one of the inaugural National Theatre of Scotland projects, Home Edinburgh, and wrote and directed Realism, in a EIF co-production in 2006.
A creator of pioneering, taboo-breaking new work, Anthony Neilson writes and directs witty, bold and compassionate plays that explore unchartered psychological territories.
His previous work for theatre includes: The Lying Kind (The Royal Court), Stitching (The Traverse, The Bush - Time Out Off West End Award), The Censor (The Red Room at The Finborough/ Royal Court - Writers Guild Award 1997 - Best Fringe Play and The Time Out Live Award 1997), Penetrator (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs/ Traverse, Theatre/Finborough), and Normal (Edinburgh Festival).
His films include The Debt Collector and Deeper Still. Anthony has also written for radio.
Anthony Neilson in conversation
Anthony Neilson spoke to the National Theatre of Scotland web team on a break during rehearsals for The Wonderful World of Dissocia at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow. Click here to read his views on theatre, filth and the human condition (amongst other things).
You can also download an MP3 of the whole chat.