Rio Matchett has worked as a freelance theatre director and producer for the last four years, and is the Artistic Director of the Ticket to Write Festival. Her recent credits include an adaptation of Albert Camus’ L’Etranger for the Young Everyman and Playhouse, In Wonderland for the Everyword Festival at the Everyman, assisting Gemma Bodinetz and Tom Morris on a research and development project and The Canterbury Tales for the Liverpool Players. Her interests include adaptation and the early modern period, and she is currently preparing for a Masters in Joyce Studies at the University of Liverpool. You can follow her on Twitter, where she swears too much and posts too many pictures of Guinea Pigs.
Rio Matchett contributed to the second edition of Waywords and Meansigns, recording Book I Chapter 4, “The Humphriad III: His Demise and Resurrection”.
Credits — with thanks to George Trier, George Parsons, Dominic Davies, Adam Bell, Thomas Kirby, Imogen Wignall and Siobhan McClusky for lending their voices, and to Frank Shovlin, for holding my hand as I first dipped my toes in the Wake.