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Started by two sisters, Flugelman Productions brings together writers, performers, musicians and dancers from all over the world, inspired to tell great stories.

We believe that theatre can save the world.

Too grand a statement? At the very least, it can make all our lives better by helping us understand a little more of what it means to be human. 

 
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Edwina Strobl – Artistic Director

Ed is co-founder of London-based Theatre Company Flugelman Productions. As Director: For Flugelman Productions: The Poetry We Make (Vault Festival, RADA Festival, Old Red Lion) February 2018 ; Season To Taste (56 St James) December 2015. Elsewhere: Boxman for StoneCrabs Theatre (the Albany, Deptford), Nuns for Perform and Give (Etcetera Theatre, Camden Fringe) Hecastus (King's College London), Chatroom (St. Dunstan's Arts Festival). As Assistant Director: Fur Elise, assisting Ramiro Silveira for Contemporary Brazilian Theatre (Brazilian Embassy) Day Job for Fanny Pack Theatre (Bread and Roses), I am not Antigone for The Zeitgeist Company (RADA Festival). Edwina was a StoneCrabs Young Director 2016-17 and studied an MA in Text and Performance at Birkbeck and RADA. 

 

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Victoria Strobl - Executive Director

Vicky is co-founder and executive producer of Flugelman Productions. Her work as a theatre producer, writer and creative consultant has included the presentation of shows in NY, London and Sydney, including Season to Taste in 2015 and Sex Around the City: The Walking Tour of Shame in 2016. Also a documentary film and television series producer, Victoria has more than fourteen years' experience working internationally. As deputy head of editorial and production at the acclaimed Australian current affairs program, Dateline, Victoria managed an international team of reporters, producers and camera operators while overseeing weekly, live-to-air television broadcasts from studio and foreign locations. Victoria is now a partner in ModernEpic, an award-winning creative content studio based in New York.