Jane Moriarty

Jane Moriarty

  • Location: London
  • Career stage: Early
  • Freelancer: Available

Freelance Theatre Director

Resident Director at the National Theatre Studio 2016-17

Education Associate Practitioner - Royal Shakespeare Company and ATG

Assistant Director Royal Shakespeare Company 2014-2016

 

As Director: 

Diamond (Bush Theatre and Underbelly), As You Like It (Mountview), Because (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Taste of Shakespeare (The Crypt), As You Like It, Blue Stockings, Eurydice (Mountview), Feydeau (RSC rehearsed reading), Can’t Stand Up for Falling Down (White Bear Theatre), Boxed In (Pleasance Theatre), Dream Life of a Social Worker (Theatre 503 RWR), Night of January 16th (White Bear Theatre), Innisfree (Waterloo East Theatre), Boston Marriage (Cockpit Theatre),Ironmistress (Karamel Club), One Was Nude and One Wore Tails (Durham Theatre, Berkeley, US), Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay! (Granary Theatre, Cork).

As Assistant Director:

The Birthday Party (Harold Pinter Theatre, dir. Ian Rickson) Queen Anne (RSC, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Natalie Abrahami), The Christmas Truce (RSC, Erica Whyman), Fortune's Fool (Old Vic, Lucy Bailey), The Taming of the Shrew, The King James Bible (Shakespeare’s Globe, Toby Frow, Jaqcui Somerville), The Who's Tommy (Prince Edward Theatre, Raz Shaw), Molly Sweeney (The Print Room), Strong Arm (Old Vic New Voices), but i cd only whisper (Arcola Theatre), Life for Beginners (Theatre 503)

As Movement Director: Arcadia (ETT, dir. Blanche McIntyre), Translations (English Touring Theatre, Sheffield Crucible and national tour, dir. James Grieve)

Shortlisted for Genesis Future Director award 2018. Longlisted director for JMK Award 2017, JP Morgan Award 2015 and RTST Director Award 2016.

Education:

PG dip Directing (Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts)

BA - English, Drama & Theatre Studies (UCC, Ireland and UC Berkeley, California)

Work History

Director - Diamond (by Beryl Richards) - Bush Theatre and Underbelly, Edinburgh

Jul 2018 - Aug 2018

Director - As You Like It - Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts

Mar 2018 - Apr 2018

Assistant Director - The Birthday Party (dir. Ian Rickson) - Harold Pinter Theatre, Sonia Friedman Productions

Dec 2017 - Dec 2017

Assistant Director - Queen Anne (dir. Natalie Abrahami) - RSC and Theatre Royal Haymarket

Nov 2016 - Sep 2017

Director - Because (David Edgar) - UNHCR at the Theatre Royal Haymarket

Mar 2017 - Mar 2017

Director - Blue Stockings (Jessica Swale) - Bridewell Theatre - Mountview production

May 2016 - Jun 2016

Director - Eurydice (Sarah Ruhl) - Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts

Apr 2015 - Jul 2015

Assistant Director - The Christmas Truce (dir. Erica Whyman) - Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Apr 2014 - Jan 2015

Director - Her Naked Skin (Rebecca Lenkiewicz) - Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts

Mar 2014 - Jun 2014

Movement Director - Arcadia (dir. Blanche McIntyre), Translations (dir. James Grieve) - English Touring Theatre

Jan 2014 - Feb 2014

Director - Can't Stand Up for Falling Down (by Richard Cameron) - White Bear Theatre

Jun 2013 - Jul 2013

Assistant Director - Fortune's Fool (dir. Lucy Bailey) - Old Vic Theatre

Nov 2013 - Feb 2013

Director - Boxed In (Ben Ellis) - Pleasance Theatre

Jan 2013 - Feb 2013

Director - The Dream Life of a Social Worker - Theatre 503 Rapid Write Response

Nov 2012 - Nov 2012

Assistant Director - Tommy (dir. Raz Shaw) - Prince Edward Theatre

Oct 2012 - Oct 2012

Assitant Director - The Taming of the Shrew (dir. Toby Frow) - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Jun 2012 - Oct 2012

Assistant Director - Strong Arm - Old Vic New Voices

Jul 2012 - Aug 2012

Director - Night of January 16th - White Bear Theatre

Jan 2012 - Feb 2012

Director - Boston Marriage (David Mamet) - Cockpit Theatre

Jul 2011 - Aug 2011

Ironmistress (April de Angelis) - Karamel Club

Mar 2011 - Mar 2011

Education

Directing - PG dip - Mountview

Sep 2010 - Sep 2011

English, Drama & Theatre Studies - BA (hons) - University College Cork (Ireland), UC Berkeley (California)

Sep 2007 - Jul 2010

Skills

  • Director
  • Movement
  • New Writing
  • Shakespeare
  • Voice

Network