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Hazel Holder

A.R.T.: Debut. Hazel Holder has been an actor, singer, and theatre-maker for over thirty years and then retrained, gaining her MA in Voice Studies at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Hazel has worked with pioneering companies such as Clod Ensemble as a Performing Medicine Associate Artist working in hospitals around London, Clean Break, Marginal Voices (working with trafficked women) and Cast Women’s Charity – “helping to transform vulnerable women’s lives through creative holistic education”. Theater: Pass Over, Kiln/Tricycle; Blues for an Alabama Sky, Rockets & Blue Lights, Death of England: Delroy, Death of England, Small Island, Nine Night, Barber Shop Chronicles, Pericles, Angels in America, Les Blancs, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, National Theatre; To Kill a Mockingbird, Get Up Stand Up!, The Glass Menagerie, Constellations, 2:22, Uncle Vanya, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, Dreamgirls, The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, West End; Best of Enemies, Death of a Salesman, Young Vic Theatre/West End; Caroline, or Change, Chichester Festival Theatre/Hampstead Theatre/West End; Fairview, The Convert, The Mountaintop, The Emperor, Young Vic Theatre; Cuttin’ It, Royal Court Theatre/ Young Vic Theatre; Guys and Dolls, Girls, Soho Theatre/Royal Exchange; ear for eye, Poet in Da Corner, Grimly Handsome, Pigs & Dogs, Father Comes Home from the Wars, Royal Court Theatre. TV/Film: The Silent Twins; Aisha (for Letitia Wright); “Anansi Boys”; “Wool”; “Small Axe” (Steve McQueen Anthology); “The Power”; “In the Long Run” (Jimmy Akingbola); Death on the Nile (Letitia Wright). As a performer: Here We Go, As You Like It, Medea, Death and The King’s Horseman, National Theatre; The Bakkhai, Almeida Theatre; The Tempest, Royal Shakespeare Company; The Bacchae, National Theatre of Scotland, Lincoln Center, Broadway; The Sleeping Beauty, Young Vic Theatre, Barbican, New Victory, Broadway.