James Macdonald

At the National: Dido Queen of Carthage, The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other and Exiles.

For the RSC: The Tempest and Roberto Zucco.

In London's West End: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Father, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Changing Room

Other theatre includes: Escaped Alone, The Children, The Wolf from the Door, Circle Mirror Transformation, Love & Information, Cock, Drunk Enough to Say I Love You, Dying City, Fewer Emergencies, Lucky Dog, Blood, Blasted, 4.48 Psychosis, Hard Fruit, Real Classy Affair, Cleansed, Bailegangaire, Harry and Me, Simpatico, Blasted, Peaches, Thyestes, Hammett’s Apprentice, The Terrible Voice of Satan, Putting Two & Two Together, Wild, And No More Shall We Part, #aiww - The Arrest of Ai WeiweiThe Father, Bakkhai, A Delicate Balance, Judgment Day, The Triumph of Love, Roots, John Gabriel Borkman, Troilus und Cressida, Die Kopien4.48 Psychose (at Burgtheater) and 4.48 Psychosis (at St Anne’s Warehouse and on US tour, Vienna); Love’s Labour’s Lost and Richard II, The Rivals, The Crackwalker, The Seagull, Miss JulieJuno and the Paycock, Ice Cream and Hot Fudge, Romeo and Juliet, Fool for Love, Savage/Love, “Master Harold” …and the Boys, Prem, Escaped Alone, John Gabriel Borkman, The Chinese Room, Cloud Nine, Love and Information, A Number, Cock, King Lear, The Book of Grace, Drunk Enough to Say I Love YouDying City.

James Macdonald was an Associate Director at the Royal Court from 1992 to 2006 and a NESTA fellow from 2003 to 2006.

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(Published January 2018)