Ian JUDGE

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1946-07-21
Education King George V GS, Guildhall Sch of Music and Drama
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Recreations N/A
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Style Ian Judge, Esq
Career stage director; >ir< joined RSC 1975; Stratford: Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, Henry V and Coriolanus (asst dir); assoc dir Poppy (Barbican, re-worked for the Aldephi), The Wizard of Oz (Stratford and Barbican) 1987 and 1988, The Comedy of Errors (UK and Asia/Aust tour) 1990, Love's Labour's Lost (UK and Japan) 1993, Twelfth Night (UK and world tour) 1994, The Relapse 1995, A Christmas Carol, Troilus and Cressida 1996, The Merry Wives of Windsor 1997; other directing credits incl: The Rivals and King Lear (Old Vic), The Orchestra (King's Head Theatre Club), Rookery Nook (Barbican Centre), Musical Chairs (Chichester Festival Theatre Studio), Friends of Dorothy and How Lucky Can You Get (Donmar Warehouse), Banana Ridge and Peter Pan (Shaw Festival Canada), Henry the Eighth and Love for Love (Chichester Festival Theatre), Macbeth (Sydney Theatre Co); >ir< incl: Oh Kay! (Chichester Festival Theatre, The Swan-Down Gloves (RSC)), Merrily We Roll Along (Guildhall Theatre Barbican, Arts Theatre Cambridge and Bloomsbury Theatre London), Bitter Sweet (New Sadler's Wells Opera), A Little Night Music (Chichester Festival Theatre and Piccadilly Theatre), Show Boat (RSC, Opera North and London Palladium), D'Oyly Carte in The Mikado (Savoy Theatre), West Side Story (Aust), The Roar of the Greasepaint - the Smell of the Crowd (London); >ir< Ariodante (Buxton Festival), Faust (ENO and Opera North), The Merry Widow, Cavalleria Rusticana, Pagliacci, Don Quixote, La Belle Vivette, Mephistopheles, and Sir John in Love (all ENO), Macbeth, Tosca, Acis and Galatea, Boris Godunov and Attila (Opera North), Falstaff (Bremer Theatre Germany, Scottish Opera), Eugene Onegin (Grange Park Opera), Lohengrin (Wiesbaden Germany), The Tales of Hoffmann and Don Quixote (Victoria State Opera), Faust (Sydney Opera), Macbeth (Cologne Opera), The Flying Dutchman and Simon Boccanegra (ROH), The Tales of Hoffmann (Houston Grand Opera), Norma (Scottish Opera), Cosi Fan Tutte (Garsington Opera), Falstaff (Baden Baden Opera, Royal Albert Hall, Theatre du Chatelet Paris), Simon Boccanegra (Washington Opera and Dallas Opera), Mefistofele (Teatro Colon Buenos Aires), La Boheme and Der Hieqende Holländer (Kirov Opera St Petersburg), Ernani (National Reisopera Holland), Salome (NYC Opera), Tosca, Madama Butterfly, Le Nozze di Figaro, Roméo et Juliette, Don Carlo, Tannhäuser (all Los Angeles Opera), Tannhäuser (Teatro Real Madrid) 2009, Simon Boccanegra (Canadian Opera Co Toronto) 2009, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Britten Theatre London) 2009, Die Gezeichneten (LA Opera); >ir< Best Musical Revival Olivier Awards (for Show Boat), Green Room Theatre Best Dir Awards Victoria Aust (for Faust, The Tales of Hoffman, West Side Story)
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