Mark Maughan is an award-winning theatre director, maker and translator with a special interest in developing ideas with artists from the early stages of a project, who has toured his work across the UK and internationally. Mark is also a reader for a number of theatres across the UK and is a member of the Cross Channel Theatre Group, coordinated by the French Institute.
Directing credits: The Claim by Tim Cowbury (Shoreditch Town Hall and UK Tour), Gross Indecency (East 15), C’est la vie (Print Room), Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass (ALRA), LOBOS by Alejandro Gomez (with Compania Nacional de las Artes. Casa del Silencio, Bogota, Colombia), La Visita by Friedrich Durenmatt (own adaptation of The Visit to Spanish. FUGA, Bogota, Colombia), Trappist (Lyric Hammersmith), Open Plan by Marcelo Dos Santos (Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama), Petrification by Zoe Cooper (Live Theatre and UK Tour), The Raunch (as Dramaturg. Underbelly Spiegeltent, London Southbank), How was it for you? (Latitude Festival, Brighton Dome), Address Unknown / Inconnu a cette adresse (Soho Theatre at JW3), 24 Hour Plays (Old Vic Theatre).
As Writer: National Portrait Gallery choral audio guide (read by Simon Russell Beale).
As Associate Director: Abigail’s Party (UK Tour), Les Blancs (Olivier, National Theatre), Шахтарі-Художники (The Pitmen Painters adapted by Tamir Theatre. Kharkiv, Ukraine via British Council), Tonight I’m Gonna Be The New Me (Forest Fringe, Soho Theatre), The Paradise Project (UK / International Tour).
As Assistant Director: The Crucible (Old Vic Theatre), Jumpers for Goalposts (Bush Theatre), Lungs, Sound of Heavy Rain, One Day When We Were Young (Paines Plough Roundabout Season at Shoreditch Town Hall), The Pitmen Painters (UK Tour, Duchess Theatre).
As Translator: Caligula (The Round Company), Going Through by Stephane Joubertie (for Boundless Theatre), The World I Live In (for Theatre de la Cite, Toulouse, France), Father Christmas is a Dick (for Soho Theatre).
Currently in development: The Dan Daw Show with Dan Daw supported by Jerwood Choreographic Research Project II, Sadler’s Wells and Arts House Melbourne; The Rocks by Marcelo Dos Santos (seed commission from English Touring Theatre); and a new piece with Harry Clayton-Wright to premier in 2021.