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Carrie Cracknell is a British theatre director who was born in 1980 in Carlisle, United Kingdom. She is best known for her work on the National Theatre's production of A Doll's House, which won her an Olivier Award for Best Director in 2012. She has also directed productions at the Royal Court Theatre, the Young Vic, and the Donmar Warehouse. Cracknell studied at the University of Manchester and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She began her career as an assistant director at the Royal Court Theatre in 2003. She has since directed productions at the National Theatre, the Royal Court, the Young Vic, the Donmar Warehouse, and the Almeida Theatre. Cracknell has won numerous awards for her work, including the Critics' Circle Award for Best Director in 2012 for her production of A Doll's House at the National Theatre. She was also nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Director in 2013 for her production of The Deep Blue Sea at the Donmar Warehouse. Cracknell is currently the Artistic Director of the Gate Theatre in London. She is also a patron of the charity Dramatic Need, which works to bring theatre and the arts to disadvantaged communities in South Africa.
|43 years old
|Carlisle, United Kingdom
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Her first dance/theatre collaboration at The Gate, I Am Falling, transferred to Sadler’s Wells and was nominated for a South Bank Show Award. After leaving The Gate, Carrie went on to create her iconic production of A Doll’s House which ran twice at the Young Vic before transferring to the Duke of York’s in the West End and BAM in New York and for which she was nominated for the Evening Standard Best Director Award. It led to her developing the short film Nora with Nick Payne in response to the play which was produced by the Young Vic. She then went on to direct her first opera, Berg’s Wozzeck, for the ENO at the Colliseum, which was nominated for an Olivier Award and an International Opera Award. In 2019 she directed Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Sturridge in Seawall/A Life at The Public and on Broadway.
Carrie now regularly collaborates with the National Theatre where her credits include her acclaimed productions of Medea, A Deep Blue Sea (both with Helen McRory and which were live-streamed into cinemas internationally as part of NT Live), Blurred Lines and Julie (starring Vanessa Kirby in a new version by Polly Stenham, also NT Live.) Other credits include Macbeth and Electra (Young Vic) Birdland and Pigeons (The Royal Court) Oil (The Almeida) A Doll’s House and Stacy (National Theatre of Scotland.)
Carrie Cracknell (born 1980) is a British theatre director. She was Artistic Director of the Gate Theatre, London from 2007–2012. She was Associate Director at both the Young Vic (2012–2013) and the Royal Court (2013–2014).