Jamie Lloyd Director
Jamie Lloyd is the Artistic Director of The Jamie Lloyd Company. His directing credits for The Jamie Lloyd Company include Betrayal, One For The Road, The New World Order, Mountain Language, The Pres and an Officer, The Lover, The Collection, Landscape, A Kind of Alaska, Monologue, Party Time, Celebration, A Slight Ache, The Dumb Waiter, and various sketches and poems by Harold Pinter, all as part of the Pinter at the Pinter season (Harold Pinter Theatre); Doctor Faustus (Duke of York’s); The Maids, The Homecoming, The Ruling Class, Richard III, The Pride, The Hothouse, and the Olivier Award-nominated Macbeth (all at Trafalgar Studios). His other work includes Apologia (Trafalgar Studios), Guards at the Taj (Bush), The Pitchfork Disney and Killer (Shoreditch Town Hall), Assassins (Menier Chocolate Factory, Evening Standard Award nomination for Best Director), Urinetown (St. James & Apollo), The Commitments (Palace), Cyrano de Bergerac (Roundabout Theatre Company, American Airlines Theatre, Broadway), The Duchess of Malfi (Old Vic), She Stoops to Conquer (National Theatre, WhatsOnStage Award nomination for Best Revival), The Faith Machine and the Olivier Award-winning The Pride (Royal Court), Inadmissible Evidence, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, the Evening Standard Award-winning Passion and Polar Bears (Donmar Warehouse), Piaf (Donmar Warehouse, Vaudeville Theatre, Teatro Liceo in Buenos Aires & Nuevo Teatro Alcala in Madrid, Olivier Award nomination for Best Musical Revival, Hugo Award for Best Director, Clarin Award for Best Musical Production, ADEET Award for Best Production), The Little Dog Laughed (Garrick), Three Days of Rain (Apollo, Olivier & WhatsOnStage Award nominations for Best Revival), The Lover and The Collection (Comedy Theatre), Elegies: A Song Cycle (Arts), The School for Scandal (Theatre Royal, Bath), Salome (Headlong), Eric’s (Liverpool Everyman), and The Caretaker (Sheffield Crucible & Tricycle). For radio, he directed and co-adapted Orson Welles’ Heart of Darkness (BBC Radio 4). He was the Associate Director of the Donmar Warehouse from 2008 to 2011 and a former Associate Artist of Headlong. Jamie was a Macgeorge Fellow with the University of Melbourne and Melbourne Theatre Company in 2016.