Director Jeremy Herrin
Design Robert Innes Hopkins
Lighting Neil Austin
Sound Ian Dickinson
Composer Paul Englishby
Casting Julia Horan
Fight Director Bret Yount
Assistant Director Daniel Raggett
Matthew is a director, playwright and actor as well as an Associate Director at the Young Vic Theatre.
Writing for the stage includes: The Most Incredible Thing (with The Pet Shop Boys / Javier de Frutos, Sadler’s Wells); 1984 (adaptation); You Used to Tell Me; The Glazier; Two Clouds Over Eden; The Band; You Can See The Hills (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester).
Writing for BBC Radio 4: Depth of Field; Poor Echo.
Direction for the stage includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (summer 2012, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Saturday Night Sunday Morning (also adaptation); Macbeth (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); The Two Gentleman of Verona (Royal & Derngate, Northampton); Doctor Faustus; The Frontline (Shakespeare’s Globe); Mogadishu (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester / Lyric Hammersmith); Love the Sinner (National Theatre); Testing the Echo (Out of Joint); The Member of the Wedding; Some Voices (Young Vic); Love and Money (Young Vic / Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, nominated for Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre); Cruising (The Bush); Project D: I’m Mediocre (The Work); Port Authority (Liverpool Everyman).
Direction for BBC Radio 4: Love and Money.
Jeremy is Associate Director at the Royal Court.
Theatre includes: Haunted Child; The Heretic; Tusk Tusk; The Priory; Kin; The Vertical Hour; That Face; (Royal Court); Death and the Maiden (Comedy Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe); South Downs (Minerva Theatre); Off The Endz (Jerwood Theatre); Merble (The Abbey Theatre, Dublin); Family Reunion (Donmar Warehouse); Blackbird (Market Theatre, Johannesburg); Gathered Dust and Dead Skin; The Lovers; Dirty Note; Our Kind Of Fun; Sudden Collapse in Public Places; Toast; Smack Family Robinson; Attachments; From the Underworld; The Last Post; Personal Belongings; NE1; Knives in Hens (Live Theatre, Newcastle); Statement of Regret (National Theatre).
Film includes: The Inventor; Linked; Dead Terry; Warmth Cold Ceiling.
Radio includes: Flare Path; The Vertical Hour.
Robert Innes Hopkins
Robert studied Theatre Design at Nottingham Polytechnic and graduated in 1991.
Theatre includes: Bingo (Young Vic and Chichester); Swallows and Amazons (Bristol Old Vic / West End / UK tour); Goodnight Mister Tom (national tour); Wanderlust; The Priory; Tusk Tusk; Redundant (Royal Court); Clybourne Park (Royal Court / West End); Dunsinane (Royal Shakespeare Company); Wallenstein; Carousel (Chichester Festival Theatre) and many others.
Opera includes: Prince Igor (Opernhaus Zurich); Heart of Darkness (ROH2); Tristan und Isolde (Den Norske Opera); Parsifal (Estonian National Opera); Xerxes (Stockholm Royal Opera); The Rape of Lucretia (Snape Maltings); Billy Budd; Peter Grimes; Wozzeck (Santa Fe Opera); Carmen (Bolshoi Theatre); Lohengrin (Grand Théâtre de Genève); Rigoletto (Lyric Opera of Chicago); Betrothal in a Monastery (Glyndebourne Festival); The Bartered Bride (Opera North); Die Soldaten (Ruhr Triennale / Lincoln Center Festival).
Future work includes: Nabucco (De Vlaamse Opera); Lohengrin (San Francisco Opera).
Robert’s awards include Opernwelt Set Designer of the Year (2007) for Die Soldaten.
For the Almeida: Mrs Klein; Judgment Day; The Homecoming; Marianne Dreams; Dying For It; Tom & Viv; Romance; Macbeth.
Olivier Award for The White Guard at the National Theatre. Tony Award & Drama Desk Award for Red at the Golden Theatre, Broadway.
Theatre includes: She Stoops to Conquer; The Veil; The Cherry Orchard; Women Beware Women; London Assurance; England People Very Nice; The Observer; Oedipus; Her Naked Skin; Philistines; The Man of Mode; Thérèse Raquin (National Theatre); Hamlet; Madame de Sade; Twelfth Night (Donmar West End); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; King Lear; Passion; Red; A Streetcar Named Desire; Piaf; Parade; Frost/Nixon; The Wild Duck; After Miss Julie; Caligula (Donmar Warehouse); The Sunshine Boys; South Downs/The Browning Version; Death and the Maiden; Betty Blue Eyes; The Children’s Hour; Dealer’s Choice; No Man’s Land (West End); The Faith Machine; Tusk Tusk; Flesh Wound; Trust (Royal Court); Evita; Hamlet; The Seafarer; Frost/Nixon (Broadway).
Dance includes: Cinderella (New Adventures); As One; Rhapsody (Royal Ballet).
For the Almeida: A Delicate Balance; Mrs Klein.
Theatre includes: South Downs/The Browning Version; Absent Friends (Harold Pinter Theatre); Bingo; Love and Money; Senora Carrar’s Rifles (Young Vic); Haunted Child; Spur Of The Moment; Wig Out!; Now or Later; Rhinoceros; Krapp's Last Tape; Drunk Enough to Say I Love You; Piano/Forte; Motortown; Ladybird; Herons (Royal Court); Betrayal; The Misanthrope (Comedy Theatre); Jerusalem (Royal Court / Apollo Theatre / Broadway); Cause Célèbre (The Old Vic); Top Girls (Chichester / Trafalgar Studios / Tour); Mogadishu (Manchester Royal Exchange / Lyric Hammersmith); 13; Season’s Greetings; After the Dance; Our Class; All’s Well That Ends Well; Death and the King’s Horseman; Harper Regan; The Hothouse; Pillars of the Community (National Theatre); John Gabriel Borkman (Abbey Theatre / BAM); Pieces of Vincent (Arcola); 1984; Macbeth; Port; As You Like It; Poor Superman; Martin Yesterday; Fast Food; Coyote Ugly (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Rise And Fall of Little Voice (Vaudeville); Othello; Much Ado About Nothing; Night of the Soul (RSC); Testing the Echo; King of Hearts (Out of Joint); The Seagull (Royal Court / Broadway); Rock ‘n’ Roll (Royal Court / Duke of York’s / Broadway); A Few Good Men (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Shining City (Royal Court / Gate Theatre Dublin); Hitchcock Blonde (Royal Court / Lyric West End).
Opera includes: Don Giovanni (ENO).
For the Almeida: Marianne Dreams.
Theatre includes: Written on the Heart; Cardenio; Twelfth Night; Hamlet; Love’s Labour’s Lost; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Sejanu (RSC); The Importance of Being Earnest; Travesties; Wuthering Heights (Birmingham Rep); The Giant; Anna in the Tropics; Yellow Man (Hampstead Theatre); Sugar Mummies; Blood (Royal Court); The Game of Love and Chance; Private Lives (Salisbury Playhouse); Longitude (Greenwich Theatre); Three Sisters; Romeo and Juliet; South Downs (Chichester Festival); The Thief of Baghdad; Pleasures Progress (Royal Opera House).
Television includes: Inside Men; Luther; Good Cop; Page Eight; Outcasts; Hamlet; An Englishman in New York; The Score; History of Football; Human Jungle; Pictures on the Piano; Hidden Voice; Living with the Enemy; Dancing on the Edge (as Arranger).
Film includes: An Education; Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day; Confetti; Magicians; Ten Minutes Older; The Enlightenment.
Paul was awarded back-to-back ASCAP awards for his scores to the films Miss Pettigrew Lives For a Day and An Education. His score for the David Hare’s Page Eight has been nominated for this year’s Ivor Novello Awards. Paul is an Associate Artist at the RSC.
For the Almeida: House of Games; Ruined.
Theatre includes: Death and The Maiden; Absent Friends (Pinter Theatre); Moon on a Rainbow Shawl; Double Feature; Men Should Weep (National Theatre); The Recruiting Officer (Donmar Warehouse); Clybourne Park (also Wyndham’s); Belong; Posh (also Duke of York’s); Our Private Life; Redbud; Spur of the Moment; Disconnect (Royal Court); A Streetcar Named Desire (Liverpool Playhouse); MacBeth (Liverpool Everyman); Faith and Cold Reading; Inheritance (Live Theatre, Newcastle); Bedroom Farce (national tour); Eigengrau; Like a Fishbone; The Knowledge (Bush Theatre); Shraddha; Piranha Heights; This Isn’t Romance (Soho Theatre); Too Much Pressure; Babylone (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry); A Clockwork Orange; Shalom, Baby!; The Graft; Two Women (Theatre Royal, Stratford East); The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Curve, Leicester); The Caretaker (Liverpool Everyman Playhouse / Trafalgar Studios); Category B; The Great Game (Tricycle Theatre); Annie Get Your Gun (Young Vic); The Fastest Clock In The Universe (Hampstead Theatre); The House Of Special Purpose (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Harder They Come (Playhouse Theatre, London / Barbican / Toronto);
Film and television includes: Troy; The New Girl; Shades of Beige; Against All Odds; Blue Peter.
As a director: The Seagull (Bloomsbury Theatre); Close (Arcola Theatre); Mr Kolpert (Csoco, Edinburgh).
As an assistant director: Romeo & Juliet (Headlong / tour); Macbeth (Bloomsbury Theatre).