Dan Rebellato is a playwright who has written theatre and radio plays, adaptations, and texts for live art/ devising companies across the UK and Europe, the US, Australia and New Zealand. His work tests and explores dramaturgical form as a means of questioning ethical and political aspects of contemporary life.
He works with companies such as Lightwork, Analogue and Suspect Culture. He co-edited the Suspect Culture Book (Oberon, 2013). Several of his plays, including Static, Chekov in Hell and Beachy Head are in print.
Current work includes Negative Signs of Progress for BBC Radio 4, a trilogy (Here, There and Somewhere) set against the background of the Arab Spring, as well as Honesty, a satire about our darkest taboos, and Dying Words, about the death of a language, both for the Drum Theatre.