Amy is a theatre director based in Bristol. She loves Shakespeare and has recently worked on The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, Henry IV Part 1 and 2 and Henry V. She also makes new work through collaborations with other artists.
New work includes Day of the Living (Royal Shakespeare Company), a new piece about corruption in Mexico; Islander (Scotland tour), a two-performer a cappella musical; These Trees are Made of Blood (Arcola and Southwark Playhouse), a theatre-cabaret show about Disappearances in Argentina, and Princess Charming (UK tour), a family cabaret about gender.
She has assistant directed at The Globe and the Royal Shakespeare Company, where she also works as an Education Practitioner.
Photo credit: Ellie Merridale @RSC
Amy is not teaching any courses right now.