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Amy Hodge is a Theatre Director based in London.
She is represented by Cathy King at 42 MP http://www.42mp.com
Current projects include:
Women Beware Women by Thomas Middletonat The Globe (Spring 2020).
7 short films for The Guardian newspaper EUROPEANS: Dramas from a Divided Union written by Marius Von Mayenburg, Clint Dyer, Jonas Jonasson, Jakub Zulczyk, Lisa Mcinerny, Blanca Doménech, and Alice Zeniter. Premiering at the London Short Film Festival 16th Jan, before being presented at a number of film festivals including Clermont Ferrand and then on the Guardian.
Amy is also currently making a Virtual Reality Film for the National Theatre with Chris Thompson called Sundowning about the experience of Dementia.
Her recent work includes
Mr Gum and The Dancing Bear – The Musical! by Andy Stanton at The National Theatre (Summer 2019), Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht, adapted by Anna Jordan for Headlong and The Royal Exchange, The Brexit Shorts for The Guardian and Headlong https://www.theguardian.com/stage/series/brexit-shorts, Meek By Penelope Skinner Headlong/Traverse tour, Am I Dead Yet? By Chris Thorpe and Jon Spooner which has toured across the UK and internationally most recently playing at The English Theatre in Berlin, Boys Will Be Boys By Melissa Bubnic for Headlong and The Bush and Amy recently made her her first piece of commissioned dance for The Place; 7-75 directed and conceived by Amy Hodge.
She was Associate Director at Headlong Theatre (2015-18), Associate at The National Theatre Studio (2013-14) and recipient of the Jerwood Directors Award 2007.