James Macdonald

At the National: The Welkin, iohnDido Queen of CarthageThe Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other and Exiles.

Other theatre includes: Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp., One for Sorrow, Escaped AloneThe ChildrenThe Wolf from the DoorCircle Mirror TransformationLove and InformationCockDrunk Enough to Say I Love YouDying CityFewer EmergenciesLucky DogBloodBlasted4.48 PsychosisHard FruitReal Classy AffairCleansedBailegangaireHarry and MeSimpaticoBlastedPeachesThyestesHammett’s ApprenticeThe Terrible Voice of Satan and Putting Two and Two Together at the Royal Court; True WestThe Children and Top Girls on Broadway; Escaped Alone and John Gabriel Borkman at the Brooklyn Academy of Music; Cloud Nine at Atlantic Theater; Cock at The Duke; Love and Information and A Number for New York Theatre Workshop; King LearThe Book of Grace and Drunk Enough to Say I Love You at the Public Theater; Dying City at the Lincoln Center; 4.48 Psychosis at St Anne’s Warehouse; Night of the Iguana, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?The FatherGlengarry Glen Ross and The Changing Room in the West End; The Tempest and Roberto Zucco for the RSC; WildAnd No More Shall We Part and #aiww – The Arrest of Ai Weiwei at Hampstead; The Father at Theatre Royal Bath and the Tricycle; BakkhaiA Delicate Balance, Judgment Day and The Triumph of Love at the Almeida; The Way of the World and Roots at the Donmar; John Gabriel Borkman at the Abbey, Dublin; Troilus und Cressida and Die Kopien at Schaubühne, Berlin; 4.48 Psychose at Burgtheater, Vienna; and Love’s Labour’s Lost and Richard II at the Royal Exchange.

James Macdonald was an Associate Director at the Royal Court from 1992 to 2006 and a NESTA fellow from 2003 to 2006.

A Number

 

(Published January 2020)