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  1. Lovers & Losers*
    A contemporary Shakespeare project with the Royal & Derngate Youth Theatre aged between 16 and 21 focusing on placing scenes from Shakespeare into a modern context.
    role: Director
    location: Royal & Derngate
    author: William Shakespeare
    producer: Royal & Derngate
    lx designer: James Delamere
    performances: 1

    Posted by Helen on 18/10/2013

  2. I tell big fat lies for you (rehearsed reading)*
    Development workshops and rehearsed readings of the runners up to the inaugural Wales Drama Award ’12
    role: Director
    location: BBC Cymru Wales
    author: Ralph Bolland
    producer: National Theatre Wales
    designer: n/a
    performances: 1
    cast: Sean Carlsen, Lloyd Everitt, Helen Griffin, Liam Mansfield and Lisa Palfrey

    Posted by Matt on 16/7/2013

  3. Julia*
    A modern fairy tale written by Peter Norgate and created by Constructive Interference
    role: Director
    location: Leicester Square Theatre
    author: Peter Norgate, Lavinia Hollands
    producer: Constructive Interference theatre company

    Posted by Lavinia on 13/4/2014

  4. The Conversation*
    New play festival at Theatre 54, New York. Produced by Perchance to Dream Theatre.
    role: Director
    location: Theatre 54, New York
    author: J. A. Curcione
    producer: Perchance to Dream Theatre
    performances: 3
    cast: Eli Markos, Haley Ganis

    Posted by Becka on 13/10/2013

  5. After the Tempest*
    The Spirits of the Island invite you to come and celebrate Independence Day! The dictator Prospero has relinquished control and finally left the island for good. The Spirits will be celebrating by re-enacting the last moments of Prospero’s reign. After the Tempest will be a promenade production inspired by Shakespeare’s Tempest
    role: Assistant Director
    location: Teatro Vivo
    producer: Teatro Vivo
    website: http://www.teatrovivo.co.uk/after-the-tempest/

    Posted by Lucy on 18/6/2013

  6. Abe & Hans*



    Hollywood director Abe Rothstein and German producer Hans Reittinger are making a World War Two epic.As deadline day looms the production spirals out of control as the pair fight for the possession of history. A biting but heart-warming comedy about friendship, hope and Vergangenheitsbewältigung (or moving on)
    role: Director
    location: Theatre503
    author: Mark Knightley & James MacLaren
    producer: Brave Badger Theatre
    designer: Dagmara Baran
    lx designer: Cassie Mitchell
    performances: 5
    cast: Mark Knightley, James MacLaren
    website: www.abeandhans.com

    Posted by Pamela on 12/7/2013

  7. No movement*
    New writing event
    role: Director
    location: Arcola
    author: Duncan Gates
    producer: Miniaturists
    performances: 1
    cast: Alexa Brown, Frankie Meredith
    website: www.miniaturists.co.uk

    Posted by Pamela on 12/7/2013

  8. Private Peaceful*
    WW1 family torn apart
    role: Movement/Fights
    location: Orange Box
    designer: Tony Clark
    cast: CTS

    Posted by Stephen on 20/3/2014

  9. A Season in the Congo*
    An epic retelling of the Congo's turbulent first year of freedom from Belgian colonial rule. Pulsing with music and bursting with dance choreographed by the acclaimed Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, this gripping drama charts the rise and fall of legendary leader Patrice Lumumba.
    role: Jerwood Assistant Director
    location: Young Vic
    author: Aime Cesaire
    producer: Young Vic
    designer: Lizzie Clachan
    lx designer: Jon Clark
    performances: 46
    cast: Chiwetel Ejiofor as Patrice Lumumba

    Posted by Elayce on 27/3/2014

  10. The HandleBards: Romeo & Juliet / Twelfth Night*
    4 actors, 4 bicycles, 40 characters and a 926 mile adventure. For two months, the HandleBards - a four-strong, all-male troupe of travelling players - cycled from Glasgow to London, carrying with them all the necessary set, props and costumes needed to perform 'Twelfth Night' and 'Romeo and Juliet'.
    role: Director
    location: National Tour
    author: William Shakespeare
    producer: Peculius
    designer: Libby Todd
    lx designer: N/A
    cast: Paul Moss, Callum Brodie, Callum Cheadle, Tom Dixon
    website: http://www.peculius.com/handlebards.html

    Posted by James on 19/9/2013

  11. Loveplay*
    A project with the Royal & Derngate's Actors Company , formed of community actors.
    role: Director
    location: Royal & Derngate
    author: Moira Buffini
    designer: Lucy Read / Aimee Holmes
    lx designer: James Delamere
    performances: 3

    Posted by Helen on 18/10/2013

  12. Macbeth*
    A powerful Physical Theatre adaptation of the most theatrical, intense and the darkest of Shakespeare’s plays is brought to the stage into a deep and multi-layered process of experimentation and physical creation. The weird sisters personify the forces of nature symbolized by the Four Elements polluted and choked by men.
    role: Director
    location: The Rose Bankside
    author: W. Shakespeare
    producer: WOH Productions
    performances: 24
    website: http://www.rosetheatre.org.uk/events/macbeth-by-wi

    Posted by Manuela on 18/1/2013

  13. Carnival of the Animals*
    A new musical based on the Saint Saens music.
    role: Director
    location: Riverside Studios
    box office number: Riverside Studios
    author: Gavin Greenaway
    producer: Brian Eastman
    designer: John Risebero
    lx designer: Howard Hudson
    cast: Anita Dobson as Mdme Parfait Calire Burt as Emille
    website: www.riversidestudios.co.uk

    Posted by Thom on 21/5/2013

  14. Spoonface Steinberg*
    Jermyn Street Theatre, in association with Glasgow Citizens Theatre, presents this beautiful play about an autistic girl struggling to make sense of a complicated world from the author of Billy Elliot, Lee Hall. Max Barton directs Lucy Hollis as Spoonface, in a production that finds beauty in the darkest of places.
    role: Director
    location: Jermyn Street Theatre
    box office number: 02072872875
    author: Lee Hall
    designer: Carmen Mueck
    lx designer: Gerald McDermott
    cast: Lucy Hollis

    Posted by Max on 12/7/2013

  15. Due Course*



    In Due Course we tell stories inspired by the East Midlands: a region characterised by its inbetween-ness- neither North nor South, moving away from its past but not sure where it is heading.
    role: Director
    location: New Perspectives - East Midlands tour
    author: Marilyn Ricci, Rick Briggs, Dickie Garton
    producer: New Perspectives Theatre Company
    designer: Emma Pegg and Laura Burrows
    lx designer: Mandy Ivory-Castile
    cast: Deborah Carlin, Jennifer Ellis, Dickie Garton, Emma Hayes, Ellen Hutchinson, Christopher Walters, Sam Warren.
    website: http://www.newperspectives.co.uk/?idno=1168&s=3

    Posted by Tilly on 2/4/2014

  16. Merry Wives of Windsor*
    "Director Gemma Fairlie has brought together a very successful production full of charm and humour. Setting the action at a typical English garden fete, which then seamlessly turns into a spooky wood, was genius. It’s simply a perfect evening out for all ages." Oxford Times, 5 STARS
    role: Director
    location: Oxford Shakespeare Company
    producer: Oxford Shakespeare Company
    designer: Adrian Lillie
    cast: Jack Taylor, Sarah Goddard, Katharine Bennett-Fox, David McKechnie, David Alwyn, Heather Johnson, Rob Witcomb, Rachel Waring
    website: http://www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/leisure/theatre/theat

    Posted by Gemma on 8/4/2014

  17. Variations of failure and weirdness #1*
    The Weird is so close that It is here. The performance is a highly ironic and punchy collection of creative responses to surrounding inspirations, observations, discussions and gossip from the neighbourhood, from just around the corner. A collective explores concepts of "weirdness" and "failure".
    role: director/devisor
    location: Kulturfabrik Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg
    author: Soren Evinson, Irene Wernli, Claire Thill
    producer: Independent Little Lies
    performances: tbc
    cast: tbc
    website: www.clairethill.com, www.ill.lu

    Posted by Claire on 14/3/2013

  18. Stealing Mona Lisa (Work Shop)*
    Workshop performance of a new musical by Laurence Mark Whyte. Stealing Mona Lisa........true story of an Italian painter who in 1911 stole the Mona Lisa.
    role: Director

    Posted by Matthew on 1/7/2013

  19. A Life-Changing Experience*
    Short play as part of the Short Cuts festival. Physical, absurdist comedy.
    role: Director
    location: Hen & Chickens
    author: Tom Jensen
    producer: Sibling Productions
    performances: 7
    cast: Chris Polick, Kate Nieland, Amy Tobias

    Posted by Sharon on 14/9/2013

  20. The Incredible Advenutures of Clown Slut*
    Dancing her way from the under 18s disco to the lights of Abra-Kebabra, will Clown Slut ever figure out what it takes to fit in? Muscles will be pulled and trousers will be split as this stand-up theatre piece explores what it means to be a woman today.
    role: Director
    location: Old Red Lion, Queen's Theatre, Nottingham Un
    box office number: N?A
    author: Joanna Grffin
    lx designer: April Sarson
    performances: 4
    cast: Joanna Girffin
    website: laurenbracewell.weebly.com/

    Posted by Lauren on 21/3/2014

  21. Our Orchestra is the Cat's Nuts*
    Our Orchestra is a partially devised, partially improvised and partially scripted piece that takes place in the space where we wait to perform, where people interviewing for jobs, pitching articles, auditioning for plays and applying for patents all wait to be called in.
    role: Director and writer
    performances: 3
    cast: Marco Nanetti and Yuna Shin

    Posted by Johanne Margrethe on 29/3/2014

  22. Woyzeck*
    I analysed various translations and adaptations of the play and advised on scene order before the script was completed. Working alongside Robyn Winfield-Smith and Michael Ewans, I developed drafts as they were being produced. My role also involved writing casting calls and participating in workshops.
    role: UK based dramaturg
    location: The Clapham Omnibus

    Posted by Johanne Margrethe on 29/3/2014

  23. A Winter's Tale- Re-imagined*
    Shakespeare’s heart-warming story of a lost princess, young love and magic re-imagined for a wider audience. Incorporating multi-roling, dance and music to create a fun, vibrant show appealing to everyone aged six and over.
    role: Assistant Director
    location: Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
    author: William Shakespeare
    producer: Open Air Theatre
    performances: 22
    cast: Guy Burgess, Lewis Goody, Kezrena James, Alexandra Maher, Dean Nolan, Sirine Saba

    Posted by Katherine on 11/6/2013

  24. Tosca*
    Working on a revival of johnathan Kent's production of Tosca.
    role: Assistant Director
    location: The Royal Opera House
    box office number: Sold out
    producer: Kaspar Houlton
    performances: 20

    Posted by William on 19/3/2013

  25. Unrivalled Landscape*
    A washed-up comedian, a Trinidadian park warden, a former war photographer, a security guard and a Bahraini prince encounter each other as they try to escape from their pasts. Set in and around Richmond, which was described nearly 200 years ago by Sir Walter Scott as “an unrivalled landscape”.
    role: Director
    location: Orange Tree
    box office number: 0208-940-3633
    author: Fogarty, Gore, Hall, Maddocks, Muth, & Shannon
    producer: Orange Tree Theatre
    designer: Sammy Dowson and Katy Mills
    lx designer: Stuart Burgess
    performances: 22
    cast: Nicola Alexis, John Bowler, Ash Hunter, Kieron Jechinnis, Sarah Malin
    website: http://www.orangetreetheatre.co.uk/whats-on/unriva

    Posted by Alexander on 5/6/2013

  26. Our Town*
    Top 10 Theatre of 2013 - The Guardian ★★★★ “A one-of-a-kind theatrical gem. Miss it at your peril.” - TIME OUT The UK's official 75th anniversary production of Thornton Wilder's seminal 1938 Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
    role: Director
    location: King's Head Theatre
    box office number: 0207 478 0160
    author: Thornton Wilder
    producer: Savio(u)r
    website: http://www.kingsheadtheatre.com/main.html

    Posted by Tim on 9/7/2013

  27. Silent Partners*
    Based on 'The Brecht Memoir' by Eric Bentley, the play tells the story of Bentley's relationship with the German playwright, director and theorist Bertolt Brecht, a relationship that Bentley compared to that between Faust and Mephistopheles.
    role: Director
    location: White Bear Theatre
    box office number: 020 7793 9193
    author: Charles Marowitz
    producer: Emanuela Craveri
    designer: Andy Robinson
    lx designer: Richard Hillier
    performances: 23
    cast: Robert Bradley, Matt Butcher, jonathaon Gibson, Alex Harland, Nada Sharp, Zoe Simon
    website: http://instantclassics.co.uk

    Posted by David on 26/5/2013

  28. Little Pieces of Gold*
    A new writing showcase where I directed Castles in the Air by Serena Haywood.
    role: Director
    location: The Park Theatre

    Posted by Joanna on 2/1/2014

  29. Bring the Bucket!*
    Chuggers armed with buckets are as common a feature of London's streets as black cabs and red buses. But who are the people shaking the buckets and how committed to the cause are they? And what happens to all of that cash?
    role: Director
    location: Rich Mix
    author: Tommy Lexen
    producer: BeFrank Theatre Company
    performances: 2
    website: www.justbefrank.eu

    Posted by Tommy on 7/4/2014

  30. Bank On It*
    A site specific exploration of the fairy tale and reality of money. Come and explore the secrets of our bank. Step inside and you’ll discover that something’s not quite right in this kingdom of money. Can we count on your help?
    role: Associate Director
    location: The Rose Lipman Building - Barbican Offsite
    box office number: 020 7638 8891
    author: Devised
    producer: Barbican, Create & Theatre Rites
    designer: Hannah Clark
    lx designer: Anna Watson
    performances: 11am, 2.30pm, 5.30pm. 6.30pm
    website: http://www.barbican.org.uk/theatre/event-detail.as

    Posted by Elgiva on 26/3/2013

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