Rocio Rodriguez-Inniss - a Palewell Press author
Rocio defines herself as Writer. Actress. Artist. Lioness. She writes about the duality of things and of people because, for her, it's in this realm of possibility where magic is found.
She explores the darkness in the stories she sees and hears around her and in her own story, always trying to find the magic in both the ordinary and the extraordinary. This duality, this sense of normalcy
being able to change abruptly to fantasy, is where she sits. From here, she can see hope for the real world.
Writing: Her debut short play, The Hill, about knife crime, premiered at Katzpace in January 2019. She is currently working on Fire In An Empty Space - her first full-length play, which is about the
intersections between mental and sexual health. And she is forever filling notebooks with poetry and stories. In August 2020, Palewell Press published
Useless Now but Beautiful Still, her pamphlet of short stories on Women's Rights, Feminism and the Psychological impact of social pressures.
Producing: Associate Artistic Director at Pitch Lake Productions. And every three months, she produces the Arts Night NW Stage: Moonfleece, The Pleasance (2018). DNA, The Courtyard (2017).
Wonder Girl, The Pleasance (2017). Black Lives, Black Words, The Bush (2017). She Called Me Mother (understudy), Tara Arts & Bernie Grant Arts Centre (2017)
Screen: The Haunted Hotel, FILM Suffolk (2017). Our Father, Directors UK (2017)