Lucy’s first full-length play, The Sugar Syndrome opened at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs on 20 October 2003 directed by Marianne Elliot.
For that, she won the George Devine Award followed by the TMA Award for Best New Play in 2004. She also won the 2004 Critics’ Circle Award for Most Promising Playwright.
ENRON is her second play.
Previous Royal Court Productions
The world premiere production of Lucy Prebble’s celebrated new play _ENRON_ sold out its entire run at the Minerva Theatre Chichester and sold all...…
One of the most infamous scandals in financial history becomes a theatrical epic. Mixing classical tragedy with savage comedy, it reviews the...…
Lucy Prebble elsewhere on Royal Court
including Mike Bartlett, Polly Stenham, Lucy Prebble, Laura Wade and Bola Agbaje.
All information about the playwriting groups, the Young Writers F…
Best Director Rupert Goold, ENRON by Lucy Prebble
Best Set Design Ultz, Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth
Outstanding Achievement in an Affi…
Bano winning for her debut, to plaudits for Lucy Prebble’s second play Enron and the success of established writer Jez Butterworth with his epic Je…
Rebecca Gilman, Mark O’Rowe, Gary Owen, Lucy Prebble, Alexandra Wood, Hassan Abdulrazzak, Nick Payne and Vivenne Franzmann.
The Village Bike …
career including plays by Bruce Norris, Lucy Prebble, Nina Raine, Christopher Shinn, Penelope Skinner and Laura Wade. With plays like ENRON, Now or L…
Bola Agbaje, Alia Bano, Rachel De-lahay, Lucy Prebble, DC Moore, Anya Reiss, Polly Stenham, Simon Stephens, Laura Wade and Michael Wynne.
Icecream by Caryl Churchill, directed by Lucy Prebble
Dealing with Claire by Martin Crimp, directed by Joe Penhall
Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mame…
career including plays by Bruce Norris, Lucy Prebble, Nina Raine, Christopher Shinn, Penelope Skinner and Laura Wade, as well as creating a home for …
engage with them? Join playwright and gamer Lucy Prebble (ENRON, The Effect) and Iain Simons (Director of the GameCity Festival and co-founder of the…
hits you right in the gut, and Enron by Lucy Prebble because it takes scary economics and makes it obscenely entertaining.
At the Royal Court sinc…