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Curious Incident
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Evening Standard

‘An endlessly inventive production.’

The Globe and Mail

Marianne Elliott

Director

Marianne Elliott is Artistic Director of the newly formed ‘Elliott & Harper Productions’, alongside Chris Harper which launches in the West End in autumn 2017 with a production of Simon Stephens’ Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle. Future productions include a co-production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe with West Yorkshire Playhouse this Christmas and a new production of Stephen Sondheim’s Company coming to the West End in 2018. Marianne Elliott was an Associate Director at the National Theatre for 10 years, where she most recently directed the critically acclaimed production of Angels in America featuring Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane. Whilst at the NT, she co-directed War Horse (also West End and Broadway; Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play), and directed Husbands & Sons (also Royal Exchange Theatre), Rules for Living, The Light Princess, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (also West End and Broadway; Olivier and Tony awards for Best Director; South Bank Sky Arts Award), Port, Season’s Greetings, Women Beware Women, All’s Well That Ends Well, Mrs Affleck, Harper Regan, Saint Joan (Olivier Award for Best Revival, South Bank Show Award), Thérèse Raquin, and Pillars of the Community (Evening Standard Best Director Award). She was an Associate Director at the Royal Court, where her productions include Stoning Mary, Notes on Falling Leaves, The Sugar Syndrome and Local. Previously she was an Artistic Director of the Royal Exchange Theatre where she directed Port, Design for Living, Les Blancs, As You Like It, A Woman of No Importance, Nude with Violin, Fast Food, Martin Yesterday, Deep Blue Sea, Mad for It, Poor Superman and I Have Been Here Before. Other theatre includes Sweet Bird of Youth at the Old Vic; Much Ado About Nothing for the RSC; The Little Foxes at the Donmar; and Terracotta at Hampstead and Birmingham Rep. elliottharper.com

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