Subsequent stage-plays Symphonie Pathétique (1993 rev. 2001, on the mystery of Tchaikovsky's death), and Trade (1997, set in a male brothel), both yet to be performed. Finally, what I intend as my last play for the theatre, Merlin Unchained, written in thanks to the University of Wales at Aberystwyth, and given its first staging by them in January 2009: the old magician emerging from his final madness for one last mission in the world.
For music-theatre, with composer Param Vir: Broken Strings (first staged Amsterdam and Munich Biennale 1992, dir. Pierre Audi); Black Feather Rising, for Octopus Ensemble (again, the Netherlands: first staged Haarlem, October 2008, dir. Jos van Kan, and subsequently toured). Meanwhile a large-scale opera, working title Awakening, currently in 'arrested' development, seeking finance.
Film study: monograph on Carl Dreyer's Vampyr for the British Film Institute Film Classics series.
As editor, I am currently preparing, with the assistance of the Chichester St Richard's Press, a Second Edition of my late father David J Rudkin's Emsworth Series - studies on the origins, topography and social history of a Hampshire coastal town. www.emsworthbooks.co.uk