Mark C. Hewitt is a writer, theatremaker and director of live literature productions.
Recent directing work – as well as Zones of Avoidance – includes Dementia Diaries by Maria Jastrzebska, Weight: three stories about secrets by Catherine Smith, Altered Egos by Bernadette Cremin, Puff and Roll Over Atlantic by John Agard and Dora vs Picasso by Grace Nichols.
As a writer, his café play, The Revenge Fantasy Club, was nominated for the Best New Play Award at Brighton Fringe 2013. He has collaborated on a number of productions with composer Peter Copley, including scrublands (2012), a multimedia site-specific performance with live music for string sextet; and Expiry tbc (2013), for looped cello and live and recorded voices. He is currently developing a new work for theatre with music by Norwegian sampling percussionist, Thomas Strønen.
His various collaborative activities include the use of text in public art. He is founder and Artistic Director of LLL Productions (a live literature production company) and Blank Productions (focused on interdisciplinary collaborations). He also co-founded Crosspath (intercultural performing arts company) with poets John Agard and Grace Nichols.