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Julian Meyrick

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Following Julian’s direction for the Sydney Theatre Company for Doubt, he directed David Hare’s The Vertical Hour, which was an award-winning production also presented at the MTC and STCSA. In 2007 he directed Thom PainEnlightment and Ross Mueller’s The Ghost Writer for the Melbourne Theatre Company and Ian Wilding’s October for Griffin Theatre Company.

Other credits for the MTC include A Single ActCruel and Tender,  DinnerThe Memory of WaterBlue/Orange and Frozen, which was presented by the STC and was nominated for Green Room, Helpmann and Mo awards. Julian has also directed productions for Windmill Theatre, Melbourne Workers’ Theatre (most notably the inaugural production of Who’s Afraid of the Working Class for which he won the 1998 Green Room Award for Best Director) and for his own theatre company, Kickhouse Theatre.

In 2009 Julian direced The Birthday Party for MTC. In 2010, he directed Will Eno’s Lady Grey and Angela’s Kitchenwich were both co-created with Paul Capsis for the Griffin Theatre Company. Angela’s Kitchen received a Sydney Theatre Award nomination for Best Director. Angela’s Kitchen will be re-mounted for a Griffin return season, Malthouse presentation and a national tour for 2012.

Most recently he directed Tribes at the Melbourne Theatre Company to critical acclaim.