Daniel Kramer

Director in Carmen


The Sorcerer’s Apprentice(Hangar Theatre, NY)

Associate Artistic Director of the Gate Theatre, Notting Hill (2004-2006); Creative Associate at the Royal Shakespeare Company (2005-2006); Associate at the Young Vic (currently).

Opera: Harrison Birtzistle’s Punch and Judy (ENO at the Young Vic, Geneva Opera); Prima Donna (Manchester International Festival); Duke Bluebeard’s Castle (ENO, Mariinsky Theatre St Petersburg); Carmen (Opera North); Pelléas et Mélisande (Mariinsky Theatre)
Theatre: Romeo and Juliet (St George's Theatre, London; Al Bustan Festival, Lebanon) Woyzeck (Gate Theatre, St Ann's Warehouse, NY); Prick up your ears (Sonia Friedman Productions at the Comedy Theatre, West End); dance production Pictures from an exhibition (Young Vic, Sadler's Wells)

Winner of the ‘South Bank Show Award’ for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Opera’ for the ENO at the Young Vic, 2008.
Nominated for the Golden Mask award for Best Director for Bluebeard (Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow).

Recent and future productions
Carmen(Vlaamse Opera); The Invisible Man (Broadway); King Kong (Global Creatures)

Last update on 22 May 2012

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