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Mark Rosenblatt

Director

Agent

Katie Haines

Mark is Associate Artist at West Yorkshire Playhouse and a freelance director.

From 2013 to 2016, Mark was the Associate Director at West Yorkshire Playhouse. He was the Associate at the National Theatre Studio from 2011 to 2013 and ran Dumbfounded Theatre from 2001. In 1999 he won the JMK Award for Young Directors – he now serves as the JMK Trust’s Vice-Chair.

Theatre

2016
VILLETTE, adapted from Charlotte Brontë’s novel by Linda Marshall Griffiths
Courtyard Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse

THE FRUIT TRILOGY
By Eve Ensler
World Premiere at WOW Festival, Southbank Centre London & West Yorkshire Playhouse

2015
RICHARD III
Quarry Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse

AVOCADO
World Premiere, West Yorkshire Playhouse & Latitude Festival
By Eve Ensler

UNCLE VANYA
West Yorkshire Playhouse
A new version by Samuel Adamson

2014
UNTOLD STORIES
The Courtyard, West Yorkshire Playhouse
Adapted from the Alan Bennett book

OF MICE AND MEN
The Quarry, West Yorkshire Playhouse
Adaptation of the John Steinbeck novel

2013
Alexander Masters’ STUART: A LIFE BACKWARDS by Jack Thorne
(Hightide Festival Theatre and Sheffield Theatres co-production at Topside, Underbelly, Watford Palace & Sheffield Crucible)
Stage Acting Excellence Award Nomination – Fraser Ayres
Carol Tambor Award Best of the Festival Nomination

2012
WILD OATS by John O’Keefe
(Bristol Old Vic)

2011
66 BOOKS
‘Micah’ and ‘Ephesians’
(The Bush Theatre)

MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS by Ron Hutchinson
(The Watermill Theatre)

FOUR PLAYS ABOUT FREEDOM by Ryan Craig, Eve Ensler, Amy Rosenthal and Arnold Wesker (The Tricycle)

2010
24 HOUR PLAYS (Dark but Full of Diamonds by Lucy Kirkwood)
(The Old Vic)
HENRY VIII
(Shakespeare’s Globe)

2009
JUST BETWEEN OURSELVES by Alan Ayckbourn
(Theatre Royal, Northampton, Ayckbourn at 70 Season)

2008
SNAKE IN THE GRASS, by Alan Ayckbourn
(Matrix Theatre, L.A) US Premiere.

2007
HOLDING FIRE!, by Jack Shepherd
(Shakespeare’s Globe)
SONGS OF THE SOUTH by Samuel Barber
(Young Vic/ENO)
THE UNKNOWN KURT WEILL by Brecht & Weill
(Young Vic/ENO)
VOICES OF ABOLITION devised by Mark Rosenblatt
(Shakespeare’s Globe at The Palace of Westminster)

2006
THE LENINGRAD SIEGE by Jose Sanchis Sinisterra
(Tron, UK Tour and Wilton’s Music Hall.)

2005
PROFESSOR BERNHARDI by A. Schnitzler, new version by Samuel Adamson
(Dumbfounded & Oxford Stage Company/Arcola Theatre)

2003
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
(Thelma Holt Ltd & Theatre Royal, Plymouth, UK No 1 Tour)
THE TEMPEST
(National Theatre ‘Shakespeare Unplugged’ Tour and Cottesloe)

2002
THE CIRCLE by W Somerset Maugham
(TEG and Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford in association with Oxford Stage Company UK No 1 Tour)
A PASSIONATE WOMAN by Kay Mellor
(Royal Theatre Northampton)

2001 – 2004
BREAD AND BUTTER by CP Taylor
(Dumbfounded Theatre & Oxford Stage Company/Southwark Playhouse, Scottish
tour & Tricycle Theatre)

2000/1
THE CIRCLE by W Somerset Maugham
(Oxford Stage  Company/Salisbury Playhouse/Tour)
Revived in 2001 with new cast for OSC/Northampton & Richmond

1999
THE DYBBUK by S Anski, adapted by Mark Rosenblatt (BAC)
Winner, JMK TRUST YOUNG DIRECTORS AWARD

Film

2017
MAKING NOISE QUIETLY (Open Palm Films, dir. Dominic Dromgoole)
Screen adaptation of the Robert Holman play (in post production)

2016
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Shakespeare’s Globe & BFI)
Short Film, screen adaptation and direction for The Complete Walk

HENRY VIII (Shakespeare’s Globe & BFI)
Short Film, screen adaptation and direction for The Complete Walk

2008/10
THE CONSTANT WIFE (Brilliant Films)
Screen adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham play

2006
THE CIRCLE (Brilliant Films)
Screen adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham play

Radio

2007
PROFESSOR BERNHARDI by Arthur Schnitzler
(BBC Radio 3)

2000/1
ROMEO  AND JULIET, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
(BAFTA nomination), HAMLET, MACBETH (Kartouche Audio)

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