Fraser’s plays range from theatre for the solo actor (Gifts of War) to the large scale ensemble (King David Man of Blood), and cover a wide range of interests, spanning historical drama, through contemporary political thriller (Perpetua) to post-apocalyptic chiller (The Lifesavers).
A particular interest in bringing living figures to the stage has produced plays about Mugabe, Mandela, and most recently, Mikhail Kalashnikov, inventor of the AK47 assault rifle. in Kalashnikov in the woods by the lake. All Fraser's plays are published by Oberon Books.
He is also co-author with Clare Bayley of Playwritiing: A Writers and Artists' Companion, to be published by Bloomsbury in 2015. Has also written short fiction, and is currently working on an opera with the composer Andrew Lovett.
A new production of Breakfast with Mugabe opens at the Aurora Theatre, Berkeley CA in November 2014.