DIRECTING |  Current work includes a musical theatre project for LAMDA, Twelfth Night for CSC, and two new shows in development, one currently going through its second workshop. Past work includes Chicago, Twelfth Night, Death Takes a Holiday, Flora the Red Menace (Mountview MA), Beatrice di Tenda (Bel Canto Festival), Much Ado About Nothing (NHS/CSC), Blood/Mollusc/Carved From Wood (Chelsea Theatre), Crossing Over (Re:Act, Other Palace), How I Learned to Drive (Southwark Playhouse), shows for LAMDA, workshops for YPO, the Donmar and in the West End. He was the Children’s Acting Coach on Mary Queen of Scots (Working Title/Focus Features/Universal). Additionally directed Four Play for Old Vic New Voices with Richard Madden, Jeremy Irvine and Tom Rhys Harries, co-produced the full production for Theatre503, and has directed at Theatre503, Tabard Theatre, Oxford Playhouse, Arcola Theatre, C venues, Underbelly, Chiltern Shakespeare etc.  

TRAINING/ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE | Graduate of Oxford University and LAMDA. Resident Assistant Director at the Donmar Warehouse, where he assisted Blanche McIntyre on Welcome Home, Captain Fox!, Josie Rourke on Elegy and Saint Joan, Lyndsey Turner on Faith Healer, Kwame Kwei-Armah on One Night In Miami... and Polly Findlay on Limehouse. Other Assistant/Associate work includes to Simon Evans on Killer Joe (West End), Susan Fitzgerald on Present Laughter (Gate Theatre Dublin), Tim Stark on Jonah & Otto (Park Theatre) and Fascinating Aida.

WRITING | Translated the Audie-winning Les Liaisons Dangereuses for the Donmar/Audible, narrated by Dominic West, Janet McTeer, Una Stubbs, Elaine Cassidy, Adjoa Andoh, Edward Holcroft and Morfydd Clark. Wrote the music, book and co-wrote lyrics with Stephen Libby for The Green Fairy, workshopped with Lucie Jones and Declan Bennett, premiered at the Union Theatre starring Julie Atherton in 2019. Soundtrack available on iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, Napster, Anghami, Facebook/Instagram, TikTok, AmazonMusic, DV247, YouTubeMusic, GooglePlay, Shazam and Tidal.

OTHER | During the first year of the pandemic, Jack stepped away from theatre and worked for the NHS Free Charities, sewing PPE for North London hospitals.

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