Blythe Stewart

Blythe Stewart trained the University of Essex, East 15 and McMaster University in Canada.

At the National: Jack Absolute Flies Again

Other theatre as director includes: Skin a Cat on UK tour; Finding Fassbender at Vault Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe; Conditionally and If and When at Soho Theatre; The Moor and Correspondence at the Old Red Lion; East of Berlin at Southwark Playhouse; Velocity at Finborough; N21 at Theatre Delicatessen; Game for 33% Festival at Ovalhouse; Rory and Rascal at London Design Week; Julie and Paul for the One Act Festival at Lost; and There’s No Place Like Home for the Play Anything Festival at the Etcetera.

Other theatre as assistant director includes: Uncle Vanya at St James’; The Aftermath at Nightwood, Toronto; Enter a Gentleman at the National Portrait Gallery; Don Carlos at the Blue Elphant; Miss Reardon Drinks a Little at Tristan Bates; and Short Story Long for the Toronto Fringe at Tarragon.

Skin a Cat (Off-West End Award nomination for Best Director)

Short Story Long (Best of the Fest Berkley and Uptown Award)

(Published March 2020)