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Ken Frost

Ken Frost is a professional director who first came to Lincolnshire in 1976 as Traveling Drama Director for Lincolnshire and Humberside Arts. During his first year here he directed the Lindsey Rural Players in My Wife's Family. He set up Great Eastern Stage and remained its director for five years. He now directs freelance. Ken is something of a Beckett devotee and has directed many of Beckett's works, perhaps most notably Waiting for Godot for GES and Happy Days, at Mill Arts Centre, Banbury. It had long been Ken's ambition to direct Douglas Ballard in Krapp's Last Tape and he was very pleased and grateful that he was able to fulfill this ambition in 1986. Biography taken from Krapp's Last Tape programme, LRP 1986


LRP Productions
The Proposal Director June 1988
Krapp's Last Tape / Womberang Director July 1986
My Wife's Family Director April 1975