Sharon Clark is a playwright and Creative Director of Raucous, a Bristol-based theatre company that fuses performance, music, film, AR, AI, binaural sound and creative technology. She has previously worked with Theatre 503, the National Theatre, the Arcola, the New Diorama, Bristol Old Vic, Bath Theatre Royal, Sherman Cymru and Watford Palace Theatre. In 2017 she was awarded a Bruntwood Judge’s Prize for playwriting and her work has also been shortlisted for the Yale Drama Prize and the PapaTango Prize. With Raucous she was creative lead on transdisciplinary performances in ‘found’ spaces of The Stick House, The Ice Road and The Foundling.
In 2018 she worked with Aardman Animations on the BBC virtual reality film,Is Anna Okay? In 2018 she was awarded a Fellowship with the South West Creative Technology Network exploring advancements in immersion and performance, in 2019 she was made a Royal Shakespeare Company/Magic Leap Digital Fellow and in 2020 she became a NET Fellow (Bath Spa University) as part of the Bristol+Bath Digital Clusters exploring expanded performance. She is a resident at the Pervasive Media Studio.