Amy Hodge

Amy Hodge has a 1st Class Honour in International Politics (Asian Focus) from the University of Leeds. She was a trainnee director at the Orange Tree, a recipient of the Jerwood Directors Award and part of the National Theatre Studio Course.

At the National: Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear – the Musical!

Other theatre includes: BOAT at Battersea Arts Centre; Boys will be Boys and Am I Dead Yet? at Bush; 7-75 (also writer) at The Place; Our Big Land at the New Wolsey; The Rover (also adapter) at Hampton Court Palace; Clytemnestra, The Sanger, Measure for Measure, A Christmas Carol, The Cloak Room (also at the Studio Theatre, Washington DC) and Small Change at Sherman Cymru; There is no sadder tale… at International Theatre Festival of Uzbekistan; Hi Vis at Southwark Playhouse and Soho Theatre; Light Arrested Between the Curtain and The Glass at the Sherman; Hell at the Royal Court; Playing the Game and Women Power and Politics Season (as Associate Director) at the Tricycle; Mules at the Young Vic; The Ethics of Progress for Unlimited Theatre and at Cambridge Junction, Southwark Playhouse, Oxford Playhouse, Shunt Vaults, Northern Stage, Warwick Arts Centre, Under Belly at Edinburgh and in Singapore; The Tempest (also on schools tour) and Kick for Touch at the Orange Tree; Change? at West Yorkshire Playhouse; and The Vagina Monologues at Leeds City Variety Music Hall.

As Assistant Director other theatre includes The Pain and the Itch and My Child at the Royal Court.

 

Short film includes Brexit Shorts.

(Published July 2019)