Dan Graham | Biography

 

Dan Graham is a young director. He holds BA, MCA (Theatre), Specialising in Directing, from UTAS and Honours in Performance Studies from The University of Sydney.

He has directed plays including Christie in Love  by Howard Brenton, A Kind of Alaska by Harold Pinter and Wolf Lullaby by Hilary Bell. In 2013 he directed The Crucible by Arthur Miller for LCT as an “hommage”to the 60th Anniversary of the play. After this he was asked by Iain Sinclair to be the dramaturge on All My Sons by Arthur Miller. Iain Sinclair directed this production for Darlinghurst Theatre.

He has had directing secondments at MTC, Victorian Opera, The Ensemble, Opera Australia (twice), Bell Shakespeare and was invited to a directing secondment on The Book of Everything directed by Neil Armfield .

This year he will be AD on Twelfth Night to be directed by Damien Ryan at “Sport fror Jove “and AD on The Gigli Concert to be directed by John O’Hare fro Darlinghurst Theatre. He is directing a play for the season at Venue 505 in July. For rehearsals for this play he has been awarded a Rex Cramphorn Residency at Performance Studies, The University of Sydney.

He was also invited as a delegate, as an independent director, to the Australian Theatre Forum 2013 in Canberra ( funded).

 

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