Rebecca is an eclectic writer who enjoys a variety of styles including poetry, screenplay, playwriting, and theater reviews. Her work is often politically fueled, at times satirical, and is typically executed through mixed mediums. She grew up dancing and exploring fine arts through painting and drawing so her work often combines a variety of artistic elements. Her most recent work is the new play Twats which premiered at The Unity Theatre in Liverpool this past May. She is currently part of the writing team for BareWater Production's Upcoming play A Place Called England which explores identity, immigration, and the English working class.
Below you can find some samples of her work over the past few years!
Twats is a new play that premiered at The Unity Theatre in Liverpool this past May.
"A raw and honest look into what it means to be a woman"
"A rollercoaster of contemporary culture and genuine emotion"
"Brave and playful. I left feeling empowered and represented!"
"One of the most difficult things in a short play is to take your audience through a full cycle of emotions but Twats achieves just that. The three characters feel entirely genuine and there is a real sense of the rest of their lives which do not form part of this story. "
-Donna M Day
"The show explores various big issues that women struggle with in the world we live in and it does so brilliantly. Ozer's writing is natural and realistic...this is a fantastic original piece of theatre..."
-Jacob Bush, North West End
"The play cleverly combines political comedy with anecdotes of sexuality which make the audience laugh out loud for much of the play."
-Donna M Day
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Spoiled Fruit is a short film which explores friendship, race, identity, and our inability to communicate effectively in 2019. Here you can view a scene filmed as a trial studio shoot. The piece is currently in development.
With Blue Balloon Theatre at Tusk in Manchester
Carousel of Lonely Hearts
Here's to You
"Lymantria" Voiceover Poetry
Freedom of Existence
A politically charged poetry soundscape written, recorded and edited by Rebecca. The track features Beth Elliott, Kinglsey Sowole, Bee Cavicchioni, Pete Smith and Rebecca. There was originally a live physical theatre performance accompanying the track which premiered at LIPA.
Rainbow Spaghetti is a short immersive play which incorporates song and physical theatre. It explores different forms of pride and acceptance relating to sexual orientation, body image, gender expression, and mental health. It premiered at Red Brick Vintage in Liverpool featuring Elen-Haf Taylor and Joe Lindley.