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Katie Mitchell

About Katie Mitchell

Opera

LA VOIX HUMAINE 2023
Opera Du Rhin, Strasbourg

THEODORA 2022
Royal Opera House,  London

BLUEBEARD’S CASTLE 2020
Bavarian State Opera (combing live opera with pre-recorded film)

DICHTERLIEBE
Bouffe du Nord, Paris.( a music theatre project with composer Bernard Focroulle)

JENUFA 2018
Nationale Opera & Ballet, Amsterdam

ARIADNE AUF NAXOS 2018
Aix-en-Provence Festival, France

LESSONS IN LOVE AND VIOLENCE 2018
Royal Opera House, London

MIRANDA 2017
Music by Purcell Opera Comique, Paris

PELLEAS ET MELISANDE 2016
Aix-en-Provence Festival, France

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR 2016
Royal Opera House, London

ALCINA 2015
Ai-en-Provence Festival, France

THE WAY BACK HOME 2014
English National Opera/ Young Vic, London

TRAUERNACHT 2014
Aix-en-Provence Festival, France

NEITHER 2014
Staatsoper Opera, Berlin

THE HOUSE TAKEN OVER 2013
Aix-en-Provence Festival, France

LE VIN HERBE 2013
Staatsoper, Berlin

WRITTEN ON SKIN 2013
Aix-en-Provence Festival, France
Co-production with the ROH & Dutch National Opera

AL GRAN SOLE CARICO D’AMORE 2012
Staatsoper, Berlin & Salzburg Festival

OREST 2011
Dutch National Opera, Amsterdam

CLEMENCY 2011
Royal Opera House, London

IDOMENEO 2010
English National Opera, London

JEPHTHA 2010
Royal Danish Theatre & Welsh National Opera

PARTHENOGENESIS 2009
Royal Opera House, London

 

PREVIOUS OPERA CREDITS INCLUDE:

THE SACRIFICE (Welsh National Opera); ST MATTHEW’S PASSION (Glyndebourne); AFTER DIDO (ENO/Young Vic); KATYA KABANOVA & JENUFA (Welsh National Opera).

PREVIOUS THEATRE CREDITS INCLUDE:

At the Royal National Theatre: THE CAT IN THE HAT (Seuss/Lucy Kirkwood); ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE (Martin Crimp); WAVES (Virginia Woolf); A DREAM PLAY (Strindberg – In a version by Caryl Churchill); WOMEN OF TROY & IPHIGENIA AT AULIS (Euripides); THE SEAGULL, THREE SISTERS & IVANOV (Chekhov); THE ORESTEIA (Version by Ted Hughes); THE MACHINE WRECKERS (Ernst Toller); RUTHERFORD & SON (Githa Sowerby).

At the Royal Shakespeare Company: UNCLE VANYA (Chekhov); BECKETT SHORTS (Beckett); THE PHOENICIAN WOMEN (Euripides); EASTER (Strindburg); HENRY VI (Shakespeare); GHOSTS (Ibsen); THE DYBBUK (Ansky); A WOMAN KILLED WITH KINDNESS (Thomas Heywood); STARS IN THE MORNING SKY (Alexander Galin).

At the Royal Court Theatre: THE CITY & THE COUNTRY (both by Martin Crimp); FORTY WINKS (Kevin Elyot); NIGHTSONGS (Jon Fosse); MOUNTAIN LANGUAGE/ASHES TO ASHES (Pinter).

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Theatre

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • BLUETS
    • Royal Court
    • from Maggie Nelson
    • THE TREES
    • Hamburg Schauspielhaus
    • LITTLE SCRATCH
    • Hampstead Theatre
    • adapted by Miriam Battye from Rebecca Watson, 2021
    • A PLAY FOR THE LIVING IN A TIME OF EXTINCTION
    • Vidy, Lausanne and international partners
    • by Miranda Rose Hall / A sustainable theatre project
    • (NOT) THE END OF THE WORLD
    • Schaubuhne Theatre, Berlin
    • by Chris Bush
    • ORLANDO
    • Schaubuhne Theatre, Berlin
    • adapted by Alice Bitch from Virginia Wolf
    • NORMA JEAN BAKER OF TROY
    • a new multi-media venue in New York
    • by Anne Carson 2019 with Renee Fleming and Ben Wishaw
    • BLUETS
    • Deutsches Schauspielhaus, Hamburg
    • from Maggie Nelson
    • WHEN WE HAVE SUFFICIENTLY FINISHED TORTURING EACH OTHER
    • National Theatre
    • by Martin Crimp 2019 with Cate Blanchett
    • SLEEPING MEN
    • Deutsches Schauspielhaus, Hamburg
    • by Martin Crimp
    • LA MALADIE DE LA MORT
    • adapted by Alice Birch from Marguerite Duras Bouffes du Nord, Paris
    • ANATOMY OF A SUICIDE
    • Royal Court Theatre
    • by Alice Birch
    • 4:48 PSYCHOSIS
    • Deutsches Schauspielhaus, Hamburg
    • by Sarah Kane
    • THE MAIDS
    • Toneelgroep, Amsterdam
    • by Jean Genet
    • SHADOWS (EURYDICE SPEAKS)
    • Schaubühne, Berlin
    • by Elfriede Jelinek
    • CLEANSED
    • National Theatre
    • by Sarah Kane
    • OPHELIA’S ROOM
    • Schaubühne, Berlin and Royal Court co-production
    • REISENDE AUF EINEM BEIN
    • Deutsches Schauspielhaus, Hamburg
    • by Herta Muller
    • HAPPY DAYS
    • Deutsches Schauspielhaus, Hamburg
    • by Samuel Beckett
    • BRANDSTICHTER FESTIVAL
    • Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam
    • The retrospective of Katie’s work
    • 2071
    • Royal Court London
    • by Duncan MacMillan and Chris Rapley
    • THE CHERRY ORCHARD
    • The Young Vic Theatre
    • by Anton Chekhov
    • THE FORBIDDEN ZONE
    • Salzburg Festival, Austria
    • by Duncan MacMillan
    • A SORROW BEYOND DREAMS
    • Burgtheater, Vienna
    • by Peter Handke
    • LUNGS
    • Schaubühne, Berlin
    • by Duncan MacMillan
    • ALLES WEITERE KENNEN SIE AUS DEM KINO
    • Schauspielhaus, Hamburg
    • A new version of ‘The Phoenician Women’ by Martin Crimp Deutsches
    • THE YELLOW WALLPAPER
    • Schaubühne, Berlin
    • by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
    • SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
    • based on the writings of Gertrude Stein Hampstead Theatre, London
    • REISE DURCH DIE NACHT
    • Schauspielhaus, Avignon Festival & Theater Treffen
    • Adaption of the F. Mayrocker book
    • TEN BILLION
    • Royal Court Theatre, London & Avignon Festival
    • RINGS OF SATURN
    • Based upon W.G Sebald’s novel Schauspielhaus, Cologne
    • HANSEL & GRETEL
    • National Theatre
    • Director & Co-Adaptor with Lucy Kirkwood
    • THE TRIAL OF UBU
    • Hampstead Theatre
    • by Simon Stephens
    • WASTWATER
    • Royal Court Theatre
    • by Simon Stephens
    • THE SEAGULL
    • Royal Danish Theatre, Copenhagen
    • by Anton Chekhov
    • DIE WELLEN
    • Schauspielhaus, Cologne
    • by Virginia Woolf
    • A WOMAN KILLED WITH KINDNESS
    • National Theatre
    • by Thomas Heywood
    • MISS JULIE
    • Schaubühne, Berlin & Avignon Festival
    • by August Strindberg
    • BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
    • National Theatre
    • Director and co-writer with Lucy Kirkwood
    • PAINS OF YOUTH
    • National Theatre
    • By Ferdinand Bruckner in a new version by Martin Crimp
    • WUNSCHKONZERT
    • Schauspielhaus, Cologne
    • by Franz Xaver Kroetz
    • SOME TRACE OF HER
    • National Theatre
    • Based on Dostoevsky’s novel The Idiot