Scott Graham

Scott Graham is Artistic Director and co-founder of Frantic Assembly

For the National: Husbands & Sons, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Port, Hothouse, Market Boy , It Snows (created with Steven Hoggett and Bryony Lavery)

For Frantic Assembly: as director, Things I Know To Be True, No Way Back, Othello, The Believers; as co-director, Little Dogs, Lovesong, Beautiful Burnout, Stockholm, pool (no water), Dirty Wonderland, Rabbit, Peepshow, Underworld; as director/performer, Hymns, Tiny Dynamite, On Blindness, Heavenly, Sell Out, Zero, Flesh, Klub, Look Back in Anger

Other theatre includes: as director, Man to Man, Home; as choreographer/movement director, The Merchant of Venice, Praxis Makes Perfect, The Canticles, Dr Dee

With Steven Hoggett, he written The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre (Routledge 2nd ed.).

Scott Graham is a Visiting Professor in Theatre Practice at Coventry University.


The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Olivier and Tony Award nominations


(Published May 2017)