Mark Rosenblatt, Director of Waiting for Godot

    We’re delighted to be working with director Mark Rosenblatt on our first major solo production, Waiting for Godot by Samuel BeckettRead an interview with Mark or scroll through his career highlights so far below!

    From 2013 to 2016, Mark was the Associate Director at West Yorkshire Playhouse. He was the Associate Director at the National Theatre Studio from 2011 to 2013 and ran Dumbfounded Theatre from 2001. In 1999 he won the JMK Award for Young Directors and he now serves as the JMK Trust’s Vice-Chair.

    Recent credits:



    Animal Wisdom
    Bushwick Starr Theater, New York (co-produced with West Yorkshire Playhouse)

    The Country by Martin Crimp
    DDD Aoyama Theater, Tokyo (Gorch Brothers)


    Villette, adapted from Charlotte Brontë’s novel by Linda Marshall Griffiths
    Courtyard Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse

    The Fruit Trilogy by Eve Ensler
    World Premiere at WOW Festival, Southbank Centre London & West Yorkshire Playhouse


    Richard III
    Quarry Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse

    Avocado by Eve Ensler
    World Premiere, West Yorkshire Playhouse & Latitude Festival

    Uncle Vanya
    A new version by Samuel Adamson
    West Yorkshire Playhouse



    Making Noise Quietly (Open Palm Films, dir. Dominic Dromgoole)
    Screen adaptation of the Robert Holman play (in post production)

    Anthony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare’s Globe & BFI)
    Short Film, screen adaptation and direction for The Complete Walk

    Henry VIII (Shakespeare’s Globe & BFI)
    Short Film, screen adaptation and direction for The Complete Walk

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