Date Drafted: First Draft to be completed Autumn 2016
Writer: Athena Stevens
Genre: YA Novel
Taken from real events, Broken People is a coming of age love story set between two decades. When John and Caleb adopt a girl during the summer of 1984, they have no idea how much their world is about to be turned upside down. Likewise Aubery now about to embark on life on her own despite her phsyical disability is looking for someone to love her... anyone.
The Amazing Vancetti Sisters
Screenwriter: Athena Stevens
Genre: Dark Comedy, Thriller
Adapted from the original stage verision. Stevens has been asked to revisit this strange story about two sisters, daughters of the recently deceased Vernon Vancetti, each desperate to make the other sister disappear. During a stormy reunion after a three year separation, rebellious and sexually charged Jane begins to taunt her reclusive older sister about their past, drudging up family secrets and leaving destruction in her wake until consequences go beyond anyone's imagination. During its explosive four week run in Convent Garden, this powerful story of resillence and chaotic distruction moved crictics and audience members to question their own perceptions of safety, care, and danger.
Produced by: Aegis Productions
Writer: Athena Stevens and Kate Ryan
An online web series involving satire, politics and ZOMBIES. When Grandpa Zeke returns to his family as the undead it is difficult in imagine a bigger surpise... unless of course the sweet family patriarch is now being vetted to run for MP. Check out www.vote-z.co.uk.
SCHISM @ Finborough Theatre
Writer: Athena Stevens
Failed architect Harrison has plans to make tonight the last night of his life. What he doesn't need is Katherine, a young student with cerebral palsy, breaking into his house in her wheelchair begging for his help...
As their chaotic first encounter turns into the beginning of a twenty year relationship, the unlikely couple grow to realise that they are capable of either building something great together – or absolutely destroying each other.
Day of Small Things
Producer: Athena Stevens
With: Ben Okri, Michel Roux Jr, Sir Paul Smith, The Duchess of York, Kirsty Wark, & Many Others
After its successful commission from Channel 4, Athena's in depth look at the relativity of achievement has evolved into a long term project. Day of Small Things is an online platform dedicated to examining how some of society's most amazing people, be they well known or not, view success, achievement, risk and failure. The project continues to make its impact with screenings in schools, Fortune 500 companies, and various other comunity groups. With new interviews posted weekly, Day of Small Things continues to empower people from all walks of life and asks: what's your greatest achievement?