Martin Crimp

As writer: 

For the Royal Court: In the Republic of Happiness, The City, Fewer Emergencies, Advice to Iraqi Women, Face to the Wall, The Country, Attempts on Her Life, The Treatment, Getting Attention, No One Sees the Video. 

Other theatre includes: When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other: 12 Variations on Samuel Richardson’s Pamela (National); Men Asleep, The Rest Will Be Familiar to You from Cinema (Deutsches Shauspielhaus); Play House, Play with Repeats, Dealing with Clair, Definitely the Bahamas, Four Attempted Acts (Orange Tree); Cruel and Tender (Young Vic & Vienna Festival). 

Opera includes: Into the Little Hill, Written on Skin, Lessons in Love and Violence, all with composer George Benjamin.  

Awards include: Olivier Award for Best Revival (Cyrano de Bergerac), WhatsOnStage Award for Best Revival (Cyrano de Bergerac), John Whiting Award (The Treatment), Premio Ubu (Fewer Emergencies), recipient of the 2020 Nyssen-Bansemer theatre prize. 


As translator: 

For the Royal Court: Rhinoceros, The Chairs. 

Other translations and adaptations include: Cyrano de Bergerac (West End & BAM), The Misanthrope, The Maids (Young Vic); Roberto Zucco (RSC The Other Place); The Triumph of Love (Almeida); The False Servant, The Seagull, Pains of Youth (National); Gross und Klein (Sydney Theatre Company & Barbican). 


As director: 

Theatre includes: Play House (Orange Tree).