Rebecca is an international writer and visual artist. She has become a prominent voice in the calling out of inequality and abuse of power, sharing her experiences of injustice in institutions on Channel 4 News and the BBC2 Victoria Derbyshire show.
Her career started in the Royal Air Force and after four years of service she left to follow her creative calling. After achieving a First Class degree in Acting, she set up a theatre company for young people and established a network of creative education hubs in rural communities, reaching out to over 500 young people a week.
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot marked her debut play as a solo writer/performer. Her autobiographical play explores sexual harassment, inequality and injustice in military institutions. The show was shortlisted for a Liberty Human Rights Arts Award 2016 and premiered on 42nd Street at the New York United Solo Festival in November 2016. She was supported by Arts Council England to develop the play, which is now published by Oberon Books.
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (WTF) was nominated for Best New Play, Best New Production, Best Director and Best Actress in the 2015 Broadway World Awards and shortlisted for the Brighton Fringe Audience Choice Award. WTF is in development for screen with Urban Myth Films.
Rebecca is a graduate of the Royal Court Writers Group and the Soho Theatre Writers Lab. She was one of the three commissioned playwrights on the 2017 Old Vic 12 where she developed a new play called Exceptional Mercy, which explores the mistreatment of disabled prisoners and the friendship between a young man and his carer.
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