The Stage interview with Francesca Moody: If you want to make your mark in the world just go out and do it

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An article in The Stage by Giverny Masso.

Since helping to bring Fleabag to Edinburgh in 2013, producer Francesca Moody has had a series of hits on the fringe and beyond. She tells Giverny Masso that the key to success is turning problems into opportunities.

With Fleabag as her breakthrough production, seven Fringe First awards and an upcoming project with Emilia playwright Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Francesca Moody is one of the rising stars of UK theatre’s producing scene.

After training as an actor, Moody “fell into producing by accident”. She describes her career as a “series of happy coincidences”, one of which was teaming up with Phoebe Waller-Bridge and director Vicky Jones to take Fleabag to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2013.

Moody has since toured the play across the UK and internationally and produced award-winning shows at the fringe, including Clara Brennan’s Spine in 2014 and Penelope Skinner’s Angry Alan last year.

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