Dominic COOKE

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1966-02-01
Education Westminster City Sch, Univ of Warwick (BA)
Books & Publications Publications Arabian Nights (1998), Noughts and Crosses (2007)
Recreations N/A
Clubs N/A
Style Dominic Cooke, Esq, CBE
Career theatre dir; assoc dir Royal Court Theatre 1998-2002 (prodns incl: Plasticine, The People are Friendly, Fucking Games, Redundant, Spinning into Butter, Fireface, Other People, This is a Chair, Identical Twins), assoc dir RSC 2002-07 (prodns incl: The Malcontent, Cymbeline, Macbeth, As You Like It, Postcards from America, The Crucible (Best Dir Olivier Awards 2006), The Winter's Tale, Pericles), artistic dir Royal Court Theatre 2007-13 (prodns incl: Aunt Dan & Lemon, The Fever, Seven Jewish Children, Wig Out!, Now Or Later, War & Peace/Fear & Misery, Rhinoceros, The Pain and the Itch); other theatre incl: Noughts and Crosses (RSC and tour), Autogeddon (Assembly Rooms Edinburgh, Fringe First Award 1991), Arabian Nights (Young Vic, UK and world tour, New Victory Theatre NY, TMA Award 2000), By the Bog of Cats (Wyndham Theatre), The Eccentricities of a Nightingale (Gate Dublin), The Weavers, Hunting Scenes From Lower Bavaria (Gate Dublin), The Bullet (Donmar Warehouse), Afore Night Come, Entertaining Mr Sloane (Theatr Clwyd), The Importance of Being Earnest (Atlantic Theatre Festival Canada), Caravan (Nat Theatre of Norway), My Mother Said I Never Should (Oxford Stage Co and Young Vic), Kiss of the Spider Woman (Bolton Octagon), Of Mice and Men (Nottingham Playhouse); opera incl: The Marriage of Figaro (Manchester Evening News Award 1990), The Magic Flute (Welsh National Opera), I Capuleti e I Montecchi and La Bohème (both Grange Park Opera)
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