Mates blogger: Justin Murray

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Justin Murray
Justin Murray is a director and theatremaker whose work has been seen nationally and internationally. He recently directed The Wizard Of Oz at The Scoop in More London Riverside as part of London’s Free Open Air Theatre Season. Justin was associate director of Actors of Dionysus for whom he directed Antigone (R&D and national tour). Justin is artistic director of Catharsis and has directed their previous five shows, Hippolytus (Hope Theatre), Hecuba (White Bear Theatre), purged (Brighton Fringe), The Complete Greek Tragedies (In One Hour) (Rosemary Branch) and Ashurbanipal (The Crypt Gallery). As associate director: FILTH (Camden Fringe) and Rounds (Southwark Playhouse / Bolton Octagon). Other work includes Bismillah! An ISIS Tragicomedy, at the Edinburgh Fringe. Assisting includes Helen for Actors of Dionysus, The Odyssey at More London Riverside, and The Cherry Orchard at The Union Theatre (both for Phil Wilmott).
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‘More Clytemnestra than Waller-Bridge’: BOY PARTS – Soho Theatre

In London theatre, Native, Plays, Reviews by Justin Murray

Adaptations of novels into one-person shows have yielded powerful theatre in the last few years: A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing by Eimear McBride at the Young Vic is one of my most memorable shows ever. Boy Parts, the acclaimed novel by Eliza Clark, is here transformed into solo show by playwright / adapter Gillian Greer and director Sara Joyce. …