Anthony Richard CLARK

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1958-04-04
Education Downside, Univ of Manchester (BA Drama, Dip Playwriting)
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Style Anthony Clark, Esq
Career director and writer; dir Orange Tree Theatre Richmond 1981-83, artistic dir Contact Theatre Manchester 1984-89, assoc artistic dir Birmingham Rep Theatre Co 1990-2001, artistic dir Hampstead Theatre 2003-10, freelance; head of MA directors course East 15 2010-13, head of BA Directing Drama Centre 2014-; >ir< Contact Theatre prodns incl: Face Value, Two Wheel Tricycle, McAlpine's Fusiliers, Green, Homeland, Mother Courage and her Children, Blood Wedding, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Duchess of Malfi, To Kill a Mockingbird (European Premiere), Oedipus Rex; Birmingham Rep incl: The Seagull, Macbeth, Of Mice and Men, Saturday Sunday Monday, Cider with Rosie (nat tour), The Threepenny Opera, The Pied Piper, My Mother Said I Never Should, The Grapes of Wrath, The Atheist's Tragedy, The Playboy of the Western World, Peter Pan, Pygmalion, The Red Balloon, The Entertainer, Gentlemen Prefer Blonds, Julius Caesar, St Joan; new plays incl: Belonging, The Slight Witch, My Best Friend, Silence, All That Trouble That We Had, Home Truths, True Brit, Rough, Playing by the Rules, Nervous Women, Syme (co-prodn with RNT studio), Paddies, Confidence; Hampstead Theatre prodns incl: The Maths Tutor, Revelations, When the Night Begins, Osama the Hero, A Single Act, Nathan the Wise, Taking Care of Baby, Life After Scandal, Turandot, Lucky Seven, Amongst Friends; freelance dir incl: Dr Faustus (Young Vic), To Kill a Mockingbird (Greenwich), The Snowman (Leicester Haymarket), The Red Balloon (Bristol Old Vic and RNT), The Day After Tomorrow (RNT), Mother Courage and her Children (RNT), The Wood Demon (Playhouse), Loveplay (RSC), Tender (Hampstead Theatre), Edward III (RSC); as writer plays incl: Hand it to Them, Wake, The Power of Darkness (Orange Tree), Tidemark (RSC Thoughtcrimes Festival), A Matter of Life and Death (RNT), Green, Our Brother David (Watford Palace), The Eighth Continent (Tristan Bates); as writer musical adapts incl: The Snowman, The Little Prince, The Red Balloon (all Contact Theatre Manchester), The Pied Piper, Pinocchio (both Birmingham Rep), Winnie the Witch; >ir< RSC Buzz Award 1979, Manchester Evening News Best Prodn Award (for To Kill a Mockingbird) 1984, TMA/Martini Award for Best Dir (for The Atheist's Tragedy) 1994, TMA/Martina Award for Best Show for Children and Young People (for The Red Balloon) 1995, Mentorn First Night Prodn Award (for Playing by the Rules)
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