Trevor Robert NUNN

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1940-01-14
Education Northgate GS Ipswich, Downing Coll Cambridge (BA), Univ of Newcastle upon Tyne (MA)
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Style Sir Trevor Nunn, CBE
Career theatre and film director; RSC: assoc dir 1964-68, chief exec and artistic dir 1968-78, chief exec and jt artistic dir 1978-86; artistic dir RNT 1997-2003; memb Arts Council 1994-96; >ir< Belgrade Theatre Coventry: The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Peer Gynt, Around the World in Eighty Days (musical); RSC: The Revenger's Tragedy, The Relapse, The Alchemist, Henry V, The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear, Much Ado About Nothing, The Winter's Tale, Henry VIII, Hamlet, Antony and Cleopatra (also for ATV, BAFTA Award for Best Single Play Prodn), Hedda Gabler (also as a film), Macbeth (also for Thames TV), Coriolanus, Julius Caesar, Titus Andronicus, Romeo and Juliet, The Comedy of Errors (also for ATV, musical version - Ivor Novello Award for Best British Musical, SWET Award for Best Musical), The Alchemist, As You Like It, Once in a Life-time (Plays and Players London Theatre Critics' Award - Best Production, New Standard Drama Awards - Sydney Edwards Award for Best Director), Three Sisters, Nicholas Nickleby (New Standard Drama Awards - Sydney Edwards for Best Director, SWET Award for Best Director, Drama Review London Theatre Critics' Award - Best Production, Tony Award - Best Director, special citation as Outstanding Broadway Production in All Categories, Emmy Award - Best Best TV Serial; shown on TV in London and NY, with John Caird), Juno and the Paycock (Drama Review London Theatre Critics' Award - Best Revival), Henry IV Parts I and II, All's Well That Ends Well, Peter Pan (with John Caird), Les Miserables (London and Worldwide, with John Caird), Fair Maid of the West, Othello (also for BBC TV), The Blue Angel (Stratford 1991, Globe 1992), Measure for Measure (Stratford) 1991 (Young Vic) 1992; freelance dir: Cats (worldwide, Tony Award - Best Director of a Musical) 1981, Idomeneo (Glyndebourne Opera) 1982, Starlight Express (London and NY) 1984, Lady Jane (film) 1985, Chess (London and NY) 1986, Porgy and Bess (Glyndebourne Opera 1986, Royal Opera House 1992), Aspects of Love (London and NY) 1989, The Baker's Wife 1989, Timon of Athens (Young Vic Theatre, Evening Standard Award for Best Dir) 1991, Cosi Fan Tutte (Glyndebourne Opera) 1991, Heartbreak House (Yvonne Arnaud Guildford and Haymarket) 1992, Arcadia (RNT 1993, Haymarket 1994, NY 1995), Sunset Boulevard (London and Los Angeles 1993, NY 1994), Twelfth Night (film) 1996, The Lady From the Sea 2003, Richard II (Old Vic) 2005; RNT: Enemy of the People 1997, Mutabilitie 1997, Not About Nightingales 1998, Oklahoma! 1998, Betrayal 1998, Troilus and Cressida 1999, Merchant of Venice 1999, Summerfolk 1999, Albert Speer 2000, The Cherry Orchard 2000, My Fair Lady 2001, South Pacific 2001, A Streetcar Named Desire 2002, Sophie's Choice 2002, Anything Goes 2002, Love's Labour's Lost 2003, Skellig 2003, Hamlet 2004, We Happy Few 2004; West End: The Woman In White 2004, Acorn Antiques: The Musical! 2005, Porgy and Bess 2006, The Seagull 2007, King Lear 2007, Gone with the Wind 2008, Inherit The Wind 2009, A Little Night Music 2009, Aspects of Love 2010, Birdsong 2010, Flare Path 2011, The Lion In Winter 2011
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Debrett's notebooks

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