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Name  Carrie Cracknell

Role  Theatre Director
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Education  University of Nottingham, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Similar People  Hattie Morahan, Dominic Rowan, Ian MacNeil, Helen McCrory, Michaela Coel

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Carrie Cracknell (born 1980) is a British theatre director. She was Artistic Director of the Gate Theatre, London from 2007-12. She was Associate Director at both the Young Vic (2012-13) and the Royal Court (2013-14).

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Her production of Terence Rattigan's The Deep Blue Sea opened in June 2016 at the National Theatre, where her past work includes Medea and Blurred Lines. She was Genesis Fellow at the Young Vic where she has directed Macbeth, A Doll's House which transferred to the West End and Broadway and Elektra. Other credits include Birdland, Pigeons and Searched for the Royal Court where she was Associate Director, and Wozzeck at ENO

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Background

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Cracknell was born in Carlisle and was raised in Oxford. She read history at the University of Nottingham where she was president of The Nottingham New Theatre. She later studied directing at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow.

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She is married and has three children. She lives in London.

Career

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In 2007 Cracknell and Natalie Abrahami, then aged 26 and 27 respectively, became joint Artistic Directors of the Gate Theatre in Notting Hill, London, UK. There Cracknell became known for her work blending contemporary dance with theatre and for reinterpretations of classic international plays. Cracknell's first dance/theatre show, I Am Falling, was nominated for a South Bank Show Award in the dance category in 2009.

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For her Young Vic production of A Doll's House she was nominated as Best Director in the Evening Standard Awards.

Theatre credits

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  • Oil - 2016 (Almeida)
  • The Deep Blue Sea - 2016 (National Theatre)
  • Macbeth - 2015 (Young Vic)
  • A Doll's House - 2014 (BAM)
  • Medea - 14 July - 4 September 2014 (National Theatre)
  • Birdland - 2014 (Royal Court)
  • Blurred Lines - 2014 (National Theatre)
  • Searched – 2013 (Royal Court Rough Cuts)
  • A Doll's House by Ibsen – 2012 (Young Vic)
  • Electra – 2011 (Gate Theatre/Young Vic)
  • Elektra – 2010 (Gate Theatre/Headlong)
  • Breathing Irregular – 2009/2010 (Gate Theatre)
  • Dolls – 2009 (National Theatre of Scotland)
  • Hedda by Ibsen, adapted by Lucy Kirkwood and starring Cara Horgan – 2008 (Gate Theatre)
  • I Am Falling – 2008 (Gate Theatre and Sadler’s Wells) Nominated for Southbank Show Award
  • Armageddon by Mark Ravenhill – 2008 (Gate Theatre)
  • The Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents – 2007 (Gate Theatre)
  • Death and the City – 2005 (Tron Theatre)
  • Stacy by Jack Thorne – 2005 (Tron Theatre)
  • Broken Road by Ryan Craig – 2005 (British Council Showcase, BAC) Fringe First Award
  • A Mobile Thriller – 2004 (Traverse, BAC, Harbourfront Toronto, Bristol Old Vic, National Tour)
  • The Hush – 2002 ( BAC, Ohio Theatre New York)
  • Macbeth – 2002 (Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham)
  • References

    Carrie Cracknell Wikipedia


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