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Ms. Carrie Cracknell

Associate Director

Royal Court Theatre

HQ Phone: +44 20 7565 5050

Email: c***@***.com

Royal Court Theatre

Sloane Square

London, London SW1W 8AS

United Kingdom

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Employment History

Rogues & Vagabonds

co-Artistic Director

The Gate Theatre Company

Affiliations

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Genesis Foundation

Web References (198 Total References)


Blurred Lines, The Shed, National Theatre - afridiziak.com/theatrenews

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Created and devised by Carrie Cracknell and Nick Payne

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Carrie Cracknell is Associate Director at the Royal Court Theatre. She was previously Artistic Director of the Gate.


Who's Who at The Royal Court Theatre

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Carrie Cracknell, Associate Artist, Read Biography


It is a collaboration between playwright ...

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It is a collaboration between playwright Laura Wade (Posh), food blogger and regular Guardian contributor Jack Monroe, Guardian social affairs correspondent Amelia Gentleman and director Carrie Cracknell (Birdland at the Royal Court, A Doll's House, Young Vic/ West End and Medea, National Theatre).

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Food - playwright Laura Wade, Guardian food blogger Jack Monroe, Guardian social affairs correspondent Amelia Gentlemannd and director Carrie Cracknell
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Carrie Cracknell is Associate Director at the Royal Court, an Associate Artist at the Young Vic and was co-Artistic Director of the Gate Theatre, from 2007 to 2012.


Rave reviews for Carrie Cracknell’s Medea at the National Theatre - Genesis Foundation

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Rave reviews for Carrie Cracknell's Medea at the National Theatre

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Rave reviews for Carrie Cracknell's Medea at the National Theatre
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Carrie Cracknell has received a wealth of praise from the national critics for her production of the Greek tragedy Medea at the National Theatre.
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Carrie Cracknell was the Young Vic's Genesis Fellow in 2012 and has been an Associate Director at the Royal Court since 2013.
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"Carrie Cracknell's production is pacey and direct."
The Daily Telegraph ???? "At the end of this thrilling and merciless production you leave the theatre feeling both appalled and strangely elated - the sure sign that a tragedy has hit its mark."
The Arts Desk ???? "Ben Power, writer of this version, and Carrie Cracknell, director, have both dealt with the classics in innovative ways before.
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Power's A Tender Thing retold Romeo and Juliet with much older actors in the lead roles and Cracknell's A Doll's House, with a vital young couple at its heart, reinvigorated Ibsen in an award-winning production that went from the Young Vic to the West End and New York."
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"Carrie Cracknell, in this new version of Euripides' work by Ben Power, brings us a genuinely disturbing production."
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Ms. Cracknell again combines profound empathy for an unhappy heroine with a startling use of techniques more commonly associated with lurid genre movies."


- BIRDLAND by Simon Stephens, directed ...

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- BIRDLAND by Simon Stephens, directed by Carrie Cracknell, with Andrew Scott, 3 April - 24 May.

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directed by Carrie Cracknell
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The production will be directed by Carrie Cracknell, set designed by Ian MacNeil with lighting by Neil Austin.
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Carrie Cracknell directs. She is Associate Director at the Royal Court and an Associate Artist at the Young Vic and was co-Artistic Director of the Gate Theatre, from 2007 to 2012. At the Royal Court, she directed Suhayla El-Bushra's Pigeons as part of the weekly rep in Open Court, which will tour to 19 London schools in November. Her most recent credits include_ A Doll's House_ at the Young Vic, which recently transferred to the West End for which she was nominated as Best Director in the Evening Standard Awards, Wozzek at ENO and Elektra at the Young Vic. At the Gate Theatre her credits included: Electra, Breathing Irregular, Hedda, Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat and The Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents.
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Directed by Carrie Cracknell

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