Bret Yount



For the National: Nine Night, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Treasure Island, A Taste of Honey, Emil and the Detectives, Moon on a Rainbow Shawl, Double Feature and Men Should Weep

For the RSC: The Merchant of VeniceArden of FavershamThe Roaring GirlWolf HallBring Up the BodiesCandide

Other theatre includes: Hamlet at the Barbican; In Basildon, Wastwater, Free Outgoing, Belong, Remembrance Day, Our Private Life, Redbud, POSH (also at Duke of York’s), Spur of the Moment, Disconnect, Linda, The Low Road and No Quarter at the Royal Court; The Winter’s Tale/Harlequinade for the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company and Fiery Angel; Medea and Purple Heart at the Gate, Notting Hill; The Hairy Ape at the Old Vic; First Love Is the Revolution at Soho Theatre; Barbarians for Tooting Arts Club at Central Saint Martins; Romeo and Juliet at Sheffield Crucible; American Buffalo and Clybourne Park (also at the Royal Court) at Wyndham’s; Much Ado About Nothing, Anne Boleyn, Richard II and The Tempest at Shakespeare’s Globe; ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore at Sam Wanamaker Playhouse; Pirates of Penzance, Rodelinda, Benvenuto Cellini and Girl of the Golden West at English National Opera; A Streetcar Named Desire, A Season in the Congo and Public Enemy at the Young Vic; Cannibals, Orpheus Descending and The Country Wife at the Royal Exchange; Chimerica (also at the Almeida), Absent Friends, Death and the Maiden, Fences (also at Theatre Royal Bath) and The Cripple of Inishmaan in the West End; Hitchcock Blonde at Hull Truck; The Physicists and The Recruiting Officer at the Donmar; Reigen at Residenztheater, Munich; and Children’s Children, The Knot of the Heart, House of Games and Ruined at the Almeida.

(Published September 2018)