Lisette Baruch studied playwriting at the City Lit and Burbeck College under Bernard Kops, Tom Ryan, and Nina Rapi.
Lisette speaks and writes French, Spanish, Italian and Turkish and can work in all these languages.
The Quite Peculiar and Irresistible Charm of Ellen Terry
St Paul’s, Covent Garden (2009)
Based on the life of Ellen Terry. Performed by the Bonnington Group in Smallhythe, Kent (2007)
Performed as part of Bonnington Group 3x3 at the Hen & Chickens (2007)
Red Riding Hood
Bonnington Square Garden Festival
Cockpit Theatre (2003)
The Torment of Mother New York
won a City Lit competition in 2000
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