Pelagie-May Green Is a performer, writer and an Award-Winning director based in Liverpool
Pelagie has directed physical theatre/dance performances and film productions, staged and well received in major London and overseas venues. Including Heather Lai’s one women show ‘Tea Time Story’ that won the best Solo show in Camden Fringe and got invited for a London transfer at the Vaults Festival and 'A*' that won the Stella Wilkie Award.
Pelagie’s Award-Winning art installation “The Beauty Of Sadness” exhibited in the Post Mortem Exhibition alongside world-leading artists including Jan Fabre, Berlinde De Bruyckere and Dino Valls.
Green’s first play entitled "The Knee Jerk of Sloth" a tragi-comedy containing a great deal of physical theatre and clowning was performed at Edinburgh Fringe with 5 star reviews.
Pelagie includes dance, poetry and music, in her work and continues to question and pursue these activities on a daily basis.
Alongside performing, Pelagie models and collaborates with directors, fashion designers and photographers; Tom Hunter, Daniella Van Zadelhof, Paulina Otylie Surys and Magda Kuca.