Jennifer Bakst

Jennifer Bakst was Resident Director at the Tricycle Theatre.

For the National: Ugly Lies the Bone (staff director)

In London's West End: Dessa Rose (associate director)

Other theatre includes: as director, El Giro, Daniel, The Darkest Part of the Night, Armstrong’s War, Hate Radio, The Flouers o’Edinburgh, Pocatello, Letters, Signs and Songs, L’elisir d’amore, Bash, Selkie, Bong Hits for Jesus, Acis and Galatea; as associate director, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Samson et Dalila; as assistant director, Handbagged, A Wolf in Snakeskin Shoes, Ben Hur, The Mother, The Invisible Hand

Translation: Summer 14 (Oberon Books) from German to English.

She was previously the Associate Director of the Finborough and Performance Programme Associate for the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

(Published February 2017)