DIRECTING

Jeremy creates, devises, and directs visually poetic, intriguing
and curious theatre. He is influenced and inspired by Jaques Tati,
Jan Svankmajer, Keaton, Chaplin, Alan Watts, and Rumi. His
directing work has been described as imaged-based theatre,
funny, compelling, dream-like, philosophical, moving, and
transformational.


2018
The Very Perry Show
Kate Perry - Winner of the BEST COMEDY award
United Theatre Solo Festival 42nd St. New York
www.kateperrypage.com

2016-2017
The Angelos & Barry Show
'The New Power Generation'
With Dan Renton-Skinner & Alex Lowe
Soho Theatre run and national UK tour

2017-2018
Pemberton & Hague
International Circus and Cabaret act
https://www.facebook.com/pembertonandhague/

2016
Titus Andronicus - Shakespeare
RADA NYU/Tish Gielgud Theatre

2014
The Onion at the End
Pleasance Theatre, London

Timon of Athens - Shaespeare
RADA NYU/Tish Gielgud Theatre

2011
Calibania - A re-telling of Shakespeare's Tempest,
poet John Agard, for Crosspath Theatre Company,
with Roger Lloyd-Pack as Oberon

As Happy as Larry
Tristan Bates Theatre



2008
The Circus of Lost Souls.
A devised musical
Mountview Academy

2006
Newley - The Singer & His Songs
Co-wrote and devised.
Pleasance, Edinburgh
Produced by James Seabright

2005
Circus of Awareness
Tristan Bates Theatre

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Two Royal commissions

2004
On Reflection
Royal Albert Hall

2002
The Private View
Royal Academy of Art

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2002-2004

The Conspirators of Pleasure Company
Artistic Director of a pool of multi-skilled multi-cultural performers
Quiet Please, Who Goes There? No Snow,
A Special Delivery, The Macbeth Project. Get Wet.
All productions supported by and premiered at the Tristan Bates Theatre,
at the Actors Centre London

1989-1999

Alice's Diner Company
With ex-members of Keith Johnstone's Theatre Machine,
Roddy Maude-Roxby and Ben Benison, and Michael Mullkerrin,
and Alice Purcell, Jeremy co-devised and performed innovative
new improvisational theatre, including - work at the National Theatre,
International Festival of Visual Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre.

1981-1983

O'Well Productions
With Hugh O'Neill, co-wrote and directed a play about
artist and former Beatles bass-player Stuart Sutcliffe.
London, Liverpool, Bristol.



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