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Jenna Augen


Theatre Includes: Leopoldstadt (Longacre Theatre, Broadway/ Wyndham’s Theatre, West End); Bartholomew Fair (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (Criterion Theatre, West End); The Knowledge (Charing Cross Theatre); The Witches (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Boys from Syracuse, The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company); Bad Jews (UK Theatre Award. Theatre Royal Bath, / St James Theatre / Arts Theatre, West End); The Way of the World (Chichester Festival Theatre); Rufus Norris’ Sleeping Beauty (Birmingham Rep); Chicken Soup with Barley (Royal Court).

Television Includes: Episodes (Hat Trick Productions); The Night Watch (BBC).

Film Includes: Penelope in the Treehouse, Josephine and the Roach.

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Gunnar Cauthery


Theatre includes: Dear England (also West End), Another World: Losing Our Children to Islamic State, The Suicide, This House, The White Guard (National Theatre); Saving Grace (Riverside Studios); All My Sons (Old Vic); Ravens: Spassky vs Fischer, Wild Honey, Wonderland, The Empty Quarter (Hampstead Theatre); Mack and Mabel, The House of Special Purpose (Chichester); Little Shop of Horrors (Royal Exchange); Privacy (Donmar Warehouse); The Winter’s Tale, Henry V (Propeller); As You Like It (Shakespeare’s Globe); A View From The Bridge (Edinburgh Royal Lyceum); Harvest (Oxford Playhouse).

TV includes: EastEnders, Doctor Who, Casualty, The First Team, Mars, Genius: Einstein, The Tudors, The Demon Headmaster and Just William.

Film includes: Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, Eurovision, The Nest, War Horse and Benjamin Dove.

Radio includes: Home Front, Tommies, Watership Down, Reykjavík, Planet B and Wives and Daughters.

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John Heffernan


Previous Young Vic: Macbeth.

Theatre Includes: The Inquiry (Minerva Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing, Saint George & The Dragon, Edward II, She Stoops To Conquer, Emperor & Galilean (National Theatre); Maryland, What If If Only, Love and Information (Royal Court); A Slight Ache (Harold Pinter Theatre); Oppenheimer (RSC / West End); The Hothouse (Trafalgar Studios); The Physicists (Donmar Warehouse); The Last of The Duchess (Hampstead Theatre); Richard II (Shakespeare at The Tobacco Factory).

Television Includes: A Gentleman in Moscow (Showtime & Paramount +); This Town, Dracula, Collateral, Luther, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, Henry IV Parts I & II (BBC); Becoming Elizabeth (Channel 4 / Starz); The Pursuit of Love (Amazon Studios); Brexit: The Uncivil War (Channel 4); The Crown (Netflix); The Loch, Ripper Street (ITV).

Film Includes: The Duke (Ingenious Media); Misbehaviour (Left Bank Pictures); The Banishing (WestEnd Films); Official Secrets (Classified Films); Radioactive (Studio Canal).

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Jane Horrocks


Previous Young Vic: If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Annie Get Your Gun, The Good Soul of Szechuan.

Theatre includes: Endgame; King Lear (Old Vic), The Room / Family Voices (Harold Pinter Theatre), Instructions for Correct Assembly; Aunt Dan and Lemon (Royal Court), Cotton Panic (Manchester International Festival), East is East (Trafalgar Studios), Absurd Person Singular (Garrick Theatre), Cabaret (Donmar Warehouse/ West End), Macbeth (Greenwich Theatre), The Rise And Fall of Little Voice (National).

Television includes: Cobra; Bloods (Sky), Flack (Hat Trick Production), The Singapore Grip; The Road to Coronation Street; Jericho (ITV), Inside No 9 - Cold Comfort; Gracie!; The Amazing Mrs Pritchard; The Street, Absolutely Fabulous (BBC), Little Crackers (Sprout Pictures), The Cruise (Emu Films LLP for Sky Playhouse), Trollied (Roughcut Television), True Love (Working Title Television), This Is Jinsy (The Welded Tandem Company Ltd.), Coming Up: A Kind of Magic (Touch Paper Television Ltd.).

Film includes: Mad Boy Clever Girl, Rumpelstiltskin Retold (BalletBoyz Ltd), Swimming with Men (Met Film Production), Ab Fab The Movie (Fox), Sunshine On Leith (DNA/Black Camel), Chicken Run (Aardman Animation), Corpse Bride (Tim Burton Animation Co / Laika Productions), Life Is Sweet (Thin Man Films), Little Voice (Miramax Films), Memphis Belle (Warner Bros. Pictures), The Dress Maker (Four Films), The Witches (Jim Henson Productions), The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (Zenith Entertainment).

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Dorothea Myer-Bennett


Theatre includes: The Arc (Soho theatre); Possession (Arcola Theatre); Leopoldstadt (Wyndhams/ Sonia Friedman Productions); How He Lied To Her Husband, Overruled, While The Sun Shines, The Lottery Of Love, The Philanderer (Orange Tree Theatre); Creditors, Miss Julie (Jermyn Street Theatre); Rosenbaum’s Rescue (Park Theatre); Holy Shit (Kiln Theatre); The Winslow Boy (Chichester Festival Theatre); Merchant Of Venice, Pericles (Shakespeare’s Globe); Richard III, Uncle Vanya (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, Arcadia, Two Gentlemen Of Verona, Richard III, The Cherry Orchard, King Lear, The Comedy Of Errors (Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory); The Misanthrope (Bristol Old Vic); Restoration (Headlong); She Stoops To Conquer (Birmingham Rep); Hay Fever (Manchester Royal Exchange); This Was A Man (The Finborough); The Spire (Salisbury Playhouse); The Fitzrovia Radio Hour (New Diorama Theatre/Gilded Balloon); Mendelssohn In Scotland (City Of London Sinfonia); Present Laughter (Ian Fricker Ltd).

Television includes: Juice (BBC/Various Artist Ltd); Chelsea Detective (Acorn TV); Before We Die 2 (Eye Drama/Channel 4); Dodger (BBC), Doc Martin (Buffalo Pictures); Around The World in 80 Days (Vabs Castel Films); Holby City; Jude The Obscure/Dead Man Talking (BBC); Plastic People – pilot (Green Dot Productions).

Film includes: The Honourable Rebel (MF Film Consultancy); The Payback (Future Films); The Orchard, The Mire Archive (Eclectic Films); Ladies – short.

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Angus Wright


Previous Young Vic: The Cherry Orchard, The Cat in The Hat, Talk of the City (RSC).

Theatre Includes: Hamlet, Oresteia (Almeida / West End); Blindness, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Donmar Warehouse); 1984 (Playhouse Theatre); Twelfth Night / Richard III (The Globe on Broadway); Privates On Parade (Michael Grandage Company); The Master And Margarita, Measure For Measure (Complicite); Wastwater (Royal Court); Design For Living (Old Vic); Mrs Affleck, War Horse, St Joan, The Seagull (National Theatre), The Merchant of Venice, Hamlet (RSC).

Television includes: Dreaming Whilst Black (A24), The Capture (HTVP Limited); The Witchfinder (Baby Cow Productions); Ragdoll (BBC); Succession (HBO); His Dark Materials (BBC / HBO); Endeavour (Mammoth); Cursed, The Crown (Netflix); Cobra (CA Productions); The Year of the Rabbit (Objective Fiction); Plebs (Rise Films); Flowers (Kudos Film and TV Ltd), Peep Show (Objective Productions).

Film includes: See How They Run (Searchlight Pictures); Catherine Called Birdy (Catherine Birdy Productions Ltd); The Bank Of Dave (Rojovid Burnley Limited); The Courier (42), Rogue One (Lucasfilms), The Iron Lady (Pathe).


Marius von Mayenburg


Born in 1972 in Munich, Marius von Mayenburg studied medieval literature in Munich and Berlin and from 1994 until 1998 playwriting at the Berlin University of the Arts. In 1998 he began a collaboration with Thomas Ostermeier at Deutsches Theater in Berlin that continued, from 1999, at the Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, Berlin. He was awarded several prizes for his first play Fireface (1997).

As Playwright: The Ugly One, The Stone, Martyr, and Plastic. These plays have been translated into over 30 languages and performed both in Germany and abroad.

As Director: Since 2009 Marius von Mayenburg has regularly directed at the Schaubühne in Berlin and also in other cities in Germany and other countries. His productions include plays by William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, Stefano Massini, Maja Zade, Alan Ayckbourn, and his own work.

As Translator: Hamlet, Othello, Measure for Measure and Richard III, for Thomas Ostermeier at the Schaubühne Berlin. For his own productions he translated Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night and Romeo and Juliet. His work as a translator also includes contemporary plays by Sarah Kane, Martin Crimp and Richard Dresser.

Maja Zade


Maja Zade is a playwright, translator and head of dramaturgy at the Schaubühne Berlin, where she has worked with directors such as Thomas Ostermeier, Ivo van Hove, Luk Perceval, Benedict Andrews and Marius von Mayenburg. Her plays have been performed in Germany and abroad, and her latest play, spinne (spider), will open at the Schaubühne in May 2024.

Translations into German include: works by Lars von Trier, Arnold Wesker and Caryl Churchill.

Translations into English: works by Marius von Mayenburg, Roland Schimmelpfennig, Lars Norén and Falk Richter.

Patrick Marber


Patrick Marber was born in London in 1964. He is a playwright, screenwriter, director and occasional actor. His work has won Evening Standard, Olivier, Time Out, New York and London Critics’ Circle and Writers’ Guild Awards and received BAFTA, British Comedy and Royal Television Society Awards. His screenplays have been nominated for Golden Globe, BAFTA and Academy Awards. He received the British Independent Film Award for Notes on a Scandal. His second play, Closer, has been produced in more than 200 cities across the world. He directed the premiere of Tom Stoppard’s Leopoldstadt at the Wyndham’s Theatre which won the Olivier Award for Best New Play in 2020. It opened on Broadway in October 2022 and in June 2023 Patrick won the Tony Award for best Director of a Play and the Outer Critics Circle Award for outstanding Director of a Play. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and an Honorary Fellow of St Catherine’s College, Oxford.

Plays and adaptations: Dealer’s Choice, Closer, Howard Katz, The Red Lion, Three Days in the Country, The Musicians, The School Film, After Miss Julie, Don Juan in Soho, Hedda Gabler, Exit The King, The Beaux’ Stratagem, Trelawny of the ‘Wells’.

Screenplays include: Closer (Columbia Pictures); Notes on a Scandal (Fox Searchlight Pictures); Old Street (Film4/Box Films); Love You More (Film4); The Critic (BK Studios).

TV & Radio includes: Co-writer and performer in On The Hour (BBC R4) The Day Today (BBC2) Knowing Me Knowing You with Alan Partridge (BBC2) The Paul and Pauline Calf Video Diaries (BBC2) He is the co-creator (with Peter Curran) of Bunk Bed (BBC R4)

As Director: Dealer’s Choice (NT Cottesloe/Vaudeville); After Miss Julie (BBC TV); Closer (NT Cottesloe/NT Lyttelton/Lyric/Music Box NY); ‘1953’ (Almeida); Blue Remembered Hills (NT Lyttelton); The Old Neighborhood (Royal Court at Duke of York’s); The Caretaker (Comedy); Howard Katz (NT Cottesloe); Three Days in the Country (NT Lyttelton); Travesties (Menier/Apollo/Roundabout NY); Don Juan in Soho (Wyndhams); Venus in Fur (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Exit The King (NT Olivier) The Room/Victoria Station/Family Voices (Harold Pinter); Leopoldstadt (Wyndhams/Longacre NY); Pandemonium (Soho Theatre).

Anna Fleischle


Previous Young Vic: The Collaboration (& Broadway), Hamlet, The Unforgotten, Death of a Salesman (West End & Broadway), You Can See the Hills, Love & Money (2007 Olivier Award Nominee for Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre, & Royal Exchange Manchester).

Other theatre includes: 2:22 A Ghost Story (Noel Coward Theatre, now at the Gielgud Theatre); Once Upon A One More Time (Nederlander/Shakespeare Theatre Co, Washington DC); A Kind of People, The Kid Stays In The Picture (& Complicité); Hangmen (& West End/Broadway, 2016 Olivier Award Winner for Best Set Design, Critics’ Circle Best Designer Award 2015 and Evening Standard Award for Best Design 2015); Liberian Girl (Royal Court Theatre); Two Ladies, A German Life, A Very Very Very Dark Matter (Bridge Theatre); Message In A Bottle (Sadler’s Wells); JOHN, Can We Talk About This? (NT/DV8); Home I’m Darling (2019 Olivier Award Nominee for Best Set Design and Best Costume Design, TheatrClwyd/NT/West End); Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (West End/Tour); Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Old Vic); Beware Of Pity (Schaubühne, Berlin/Complicité); Weimar Nightfall (LA Philharmonic).

Anna is a founding member of Scene/Change.

Richard Howell

Lighting Designer 

Previous Young Vic Includes: The Island.

Theatre and opera includes: Tartuffe, Coriolanus, All’s Well That Ends Well (RSC); The House of Shades, The Writer (Almeida); Aristocrats, Privacy (Donmar); I See You (Royal Court); All My Sons, Jekyll and Hyde (Old Vic, London); Dr Semmelweis, Pinter 5 & 6, Glengarry Glen Ross, Bad Jews, Killer Joe, The Homecoming, East Is East (West End); Assassins (Chichester Festival Theatre) Closer, God of Carnage (Lyric Hammersmith); Habeas Corpus, The Watsons (Menier); Breaking the Code, Little Shop of Horrors (Manchester Royal Exchange); Rock, White Christmas, The Wizard of Oz (Sheffield Crucible); Dr Semmelweis, The Grinning Man, The Crucible (Bristol Old Vic); The Madness of George iii (Nottingham Playhouse); Cabaret (Gothenburg opera); Breaking the Waves, Flight (Scottish Opera); Madame Butterfly (Danish National Opera).

Adam Cork

Composer and Sound Designer 

Adam is co-author of the documentary musical London Road which had two extended runs at the National Theatre (Cottesloe and Olivier). He received a Tony Award for Red (Donmar/Broadway), an Olivier Award for King Lear (Donmar), an Evening Standard Award ‘Best Design’ for Anna Christie/King Lear (Donmar) and a Critics' Circle ‘Best Musical’ for London Road. He was nominated for the Tony Award ‘Best Score (Music & Lyrics’) for Enron (Broadway/West End).

Previous Young Vic includes: King Lear

Theatre includes: Patriots (Almeida/West End/Broadway); Backstairs Billy (Duke of Yorks); The Shark is Broken (Ambassadors/Broadway); Leopoldstadt (Wyndham’s/Broadway); The Hunt (Almeida/St. Ann’s Warehouse), The 47th (Old Vic); Ink (Almeida/West End/Broadway); Travesties (Menier Chocolate Factory/West End/Broadway); No Man’s Land (Wyndham’s); Les Blancs (NT Olivier); Photograph 51, (Noël Coward); Frost/Nixon (Donmar/West End/Broadway), Ivanov (Donmar/Wyndham’s); Creditors, The Wild Duck, Caligula (Donmar); Don Carlos (Gielgud); Suddenly Last Summer (Albery).

Television includes: Scores for The Hollow Crown: Richard II (Neal Street/NBC/BBC); Frances Tuesday (ITV1); Re-Ignited, Imprints (both Channel 4).

Film includes: Scores for Genius, (Pinewood Films); London Road (Cuba/BBC Films); Macbeth (BBC/Illuminations)

EJ Boyle

Movement and Intimacy Director

Previous Young Vic: Nora: A Doll’s House.

Recent Theatre includes: Leopoldstadt (Broadway/West End); Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) (West End/Toronto/UK Tour); The Fair Maid of the West, Henry VI, The Mirror and The Light (RSC); Pandemonium (Soho Theatre); Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sunshine on Leith (UK Tours); Measure For Measure (Shakespeare’s Globe); Macbeth (an undoing) (Royal Lyceum); Habeas Corpus (Menier Chocolate Factory); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Regent's Park); Exit the King (National Theatre); The Grand Old Opera House Hotel, Adults (Traverse), Oresteia: This Restless House (Citizens Theatre/Edinburgh International Festival.

Television and Film include: The Crown (Netflix); Our Ladies (Sony); Two Doors Down (BBC); In Plain Sight (ITV); God Help the Girl (Barry Mendel/Sundance).

Live events include: Glasgow Commonwealth Games Ceremonies (Creative Associate and Choreographer); The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover (Faena); The Queen’s 90th Birthday Parade (Mass Movement Director).

Amy Ball CDG

Casting Director 

Previous Young Vic includes: The Brothers Size, Measure for Measure, The Changeling, Sus.

Theatre includes: Hamnet (RSC); Jerusalem (Apollo); Leopoldstadt (Wyndham’s); Hills of CaliforniaLyonesse, Good, Uncle Vanya, The Birthday Party, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Harold Pinter Theatre); La Cage aux Folles (Regent's Park); The Pillowman (Duke of Yorks); Medea (sohoplace); Drive Your Plow Over The Bones of The Dead (Complicite); The Son (Duke of York’s/ Kiln); The Night of the Iguana (Noël Coward) Sweat (Gielgud/ Donmar) ; True West (Vaudeville); The Ferryman (Royal Court/ Gielgud); The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Hangmen (Royal Court/ Wyndham’s); Berberian Sound Studio (Donmar); Cold WarWomen Beware the Devil, Daddy, The Hunt, Shipwreck, Dance Nation, Albion (Almeida); ConsentParadise, Stories, Exit the King (National Theatre); White Noise, A Very Very Very Dark Matter (Bridge Theatre); Maryland, ear for eye, Girls & Boys, Cyprus Avenue (Royal Court).

Film includes: Ballywalter, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.

Natalie Simone

Jerwood Assistant Director

Natalie is a Theatre Director from Derby. She trained as a Director at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and is a supported artist of Sheffield Theatres on The Bank. 

Directing credits: The Ugly One (The Wardrobe Theatre & The Hope Theatre, Nominated for Best Director in the Off West End Awards); The Hunger (Assembly, Edinburgh Fringe Festival & Greenwich Theatre, Nominated for an Off Fest Award), STAG (Bristol Old Vic, Weston Studio). 

Natalie has assistant directed Sally Cookson on Emilia and Gary Sefton on Let The Right One In and was the Associate Director on Horrible Histories (UK Tour).