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Zinnie Harris

Date of Birth December 23, 1972
Place of Birth Oxford, United Kingdom
Age 48 years, 6 months, 9 days
Horoscope Aquarius

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Full NameZinnie Harris
Other NameHarris, Zinnie
Occupation Playwright
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Zinnie Harris Biography

In 2011 the National Theatre of Scotland commissioned and performed The Wheel, directed by Vicky Featherstone. The play won an Edinburgh Fringe First Award, was joint winner of the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award, and shortlisted for the Susan Smith Blackburn Award. The Wheel had its U.S. debut at the Steppenwolf Theater of Chicago in 2013, directed by Tina Landau and starring Joan Allen. Harris’ play Solstice had its U.S. debut at the Red Orchid Theatre in Chicago in January 2014, directed by Karen Kessler.

Zinnie Harris is a famous Playwright, who was born on December 23, 1972 in United Kingdom. Harris was born in Oxford in 1972 and brought up in Scotland. She studied Zoology at Oxford University, followed by an M.A. in Theatre Direction at Hull University. She has been commissioned and produced by the Royal Court Theatre, Royal National Theatre, the National Theatre of Scotland and the Royal Shakespeare Company, amongst others. Her work is translated and performed in many countries across the world.

According to Astrologers, Zinnie zodiac sign is Aquarius Harris has written a number of shorter plays; The Garden for the Traverse Theatre (2010); The Panel for the Tricycle Theatre London for the Women, Power and Politics Season (2010); and From Elsewhere: The Message / From Elsewhere: On the Watch for the Tricycle Theatre as part of The Bomb: a Partial History Season (2012).

Her next play Nightingale and Chase, was produced by the Royal Court Theatre, London 2001 and co-commissioned by Clean Break. A trilogy of plays followed for the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh – Solstice (2005), Midwinter (2004) and Fall (2008). Midwinter was given an Arts Foundation Fellowship Award for playwriting and shortlisted for the Susan Smith Blackburn Award. It has been performed many times in translation, notably at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Sweden (2005) and at La Cartoucherie, Paris (2010).

In 2015, The Royal Court Theatre produced Harris’s new play, How To Hold Your Breath at the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs. It starred Maxine Peake and Michael Schaeffer and was directed by Vicky Featherstone. It imagined the fall of Europe and what would happen to the Western privileged values and outlook if Europeans became the next wave of refugees. It was awarded the Berwin-Lee Award for playwriting in 2016. The play went on to have multiple productions in translation in Europe, notably in Turkey, Greece, France and Sweden.

Zinnie Harris Net Worth

Zinnie is one of the richest Playwright. Zinnie is listed on Richest Playwright. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Zinnie Harris net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Zinnie Harris Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of WealthPlaywright
HouseLiving in own house.
Harris adapted and directed Julie, an adaptation of Strindberg’s Miss Julie, for the National Theatre of Scotland in 2006. For the Donmar Warehouse, London, she adapted Ibsen’s A Doll’s House in 2009, relocating the setting to Downing Street in 1909, exploring politics and scandal. By coincidence, Harris’s new version opened in the week the Westminster MP’s expenses scandal broke in the UK press. Gillian Anderson played the role of Nora, and Christopher Eccleston the part of Kelman (Krogstad). A subsequent production opened at the Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh in April 2013 in a co-production with the National Theatre of Scotland.

Zinnie Harris had three major new pieces of work presented at the Edinburgh International Festival in 2017. This Restless House was presented again, alongside two other of her plays, putting Harris’s work in the centre of Festival Drama programme that year.

In 2017, she adapted Ibsen’s The Master Builder for the West Yorkshire Playhouse, the resultant play was called The Fall of the Master Builder and was directed by James Brining.

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This Restless House was commissioned and produced by National Theatre of Scotland and Citizens Theatre in 2016 and directed by Dominic Hill. This trilogy of plays was inspired by Aeschylus’ Oresteia and retells the ancient story placing the women at the centre of the story. It was awarded Best New Play at Critics’ Awards and was shortlisted for the Susan Smith Blackburn award and Best New Play in the UK Theatre Awards. The Scotsman theatre critic Joyce McMillan described the play as a “trail-blazing 21st century adaptation”.

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Zinnie Ranked on the list of most popular Playwright. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Harris’s play By Many Wounds was produced by Hampstead Theatre in 1999, and was shortlisted for the Allied-Domecq and Meyer-Whitworth playwriting awards. Her second play, Further than the Furthest Thing was directed by Irina Brown and co-produced by the Tron Theatre, Glasgow and the Royal National Theatre, London in 2000. The play tells the story of the island of Tristan da Cunha and its inhabitants following a volcanic eruption in 1961. It won an Edinburgh Fringe First Award, the Peggy Ramsay Award, and the John Whiting Award and was shortlisted for the Susan Smith Blackburn Award. The actress Paola Dionisotti won the Evening Standard Best Actress Award for her performance as Mill in the original production. In the same year Harris was shortlisted for the Evening Standard Most Promising Playwright Award. Further than the Furthest Thing has been translated into multiple languages and performed across the globe, often being described as a “modern classic”.

Harris has directed for a number of theatres, including the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Traverse Theatre, The Tron Theatre, 7:84 and the Royal Lyceum Theatre. In 2017 she directed Caryl Churchill’s A Number for the Royal Lyceum Theatre and was awarded Best Director in the 2017 Scottish Critics CATS awards. She was Associate Director at the Traverse Theatre from 2015 – 2018 and is directing The Duchess of Malfi for the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh in 2019.

In 2018 she was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

The third piece of work was a new version of Ionesco’s classic play, Rhinoceros which Harris adapted for the EIF and the Royal Lyceum Theatre in association with DOT Theatre, Istanbul. The production was directed by the Turkish theatre director Murat Daltaban, and went on to win a host of awards at the CATS (Best Production, Best Director, Best Sound and Best Actor). It was brought back to the Lyceum as part of the 2018 season.