Sophie Hunter

Sophie Hunter Brief Biography

Sophie Hunter
Sophie Irene Hunter (born 16 March 1978) is an English avant-garde theatre and opera director, playwright, and former performer. She made her directorial debut in 2007 co-directing the experimental play The Terrific Electric at the Barbican Pit after her theatre company Boileroom was granted the Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award. In addition, she has directed an Off-Off-Broadway revival of Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts (2010) at Access Theatre, the performance art titled Lucretia (2011) based on Benjamin Britten's opera The Rape of Lucretia at Location One's Abramovic Studio in New York City, and the Phantom Limb Company's 69 South also known as Shackleton Project (2011) which premired at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Harvey Theatre and later toured North America.

In August 2015, Hunter directed Phaedra to critical acclaim at the fourth Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival. In October 2015 she staged The Turn of the Screw in Suffolk and London for Aldeburgh Music, which received acclaim from critics.

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