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Hannah Hauer-King

Director

Hannah is a stage director whose most recent show, FURY, played to sell-out audiences and brilliant reviews in an extended run at the Soho Theatre:

‘Urgent and inventive’ ★★★★★ The Stage
‘Powerful.’ ★★★★ Independent
‘There’s much to admire — and director Hannah Hauer-King must take her share of the credit for a stylish and fluid in-the-round production.’ ★★★★ Evening Standard
‘Impressive.’ ★★★★ Times
‘Hannah Hauer-King’s slick production has plenty to grip and a rising tension’ The Guardian
‘An absolute triumph and a must-see.’ ★★★★★ Upcoming

Hannah is Artistic Director and co-founder of all-female London based theatre company Damsel Productions. After graduating from Georgetown University with a degree in Theology and Performing Arts, she returned to London and spent nine months working as resident Assistant Director at Soho Theatre.

In 2017 Hannah was the assistant director to Daniel Kramer on The Globe’s production of ROMEO & JULIET.

Other than Fury (Soho Theatre) Hannah has directed Dry Land (Jermyn Street Theatre), Brute (Soho Theatre), and Clay (Pleasance Theatre). Selected associate and assisting work includes Daytona (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Radiant Vermin, Symphony (both Soho Theatre) and Titus Andronicus (Edinburgh Fringe/Greenwich Theatre). She is also currently working as a theatre, cabaret and comedy programmer for United Agents.

Credits:

Fury
Phoebe Eclair-Powell
Soho Theatre, London
Premier production from Soho Young Writers Award

Clay
Adam Foster
Pleasance Theatre, London

Brute
Izzy Tennyson
Soho Theatre, London

Dry Land
Ruby Rae Spiegel
Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Play 8
Adam Foster
Old Red Lion Theatre, London

When I Met Rosie
Sarah Milton
Pleasance Theatre, London

Pool (No Water)
Mark Ravenhill
Washington, DC

Spring Awakening (The Musical)
Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik
Poulton Hall, Washington,  DC
Mask & Bauble Theatre company

Crazy Coqs Young Darlings
Conceived by the company
Crazy Coqs Cabaret, London

Don’t Frighten Her
Caryl Churchill, Deborah Margolin
Davis Studio, DC
Adaptation of “Seven Jewish Children” and “Seven Palestinian Children”

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