Kenny Miller

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Kenny Miller is a freelance director and designer who was for many years Head of Design/Associate Director at the Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow.

He has worked in Theatre and Opera both nationally and internationally, designing and directing for many companies such as : Royal Court Theatre London, Royal Shakespeare Company, Oxford Stage Company, Hampstead Theatre, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Palace Theatre Watford, Greenwich Theatre, Bush Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh, Oldham Coliseum Theatre and Dundee Rep Theatre...

He has won three Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland for: Scrooge (Best Production), Smoking With Lulu (Best Technical), and A Little Bit of Ruff (Best Ensemble). He has also won the Manchester Evening News Award for 10 Rillington Place (Best Designed Production).

He recently directed April in Paris (also designed for Perth Theatre), The Chooky Brae by Daniel C Jackson (Borderline Theatre & National Tour) and directed and designed The Seagull, Company Policy, Romeo and Juliet and Don Giovanni for Oran Mór’; designed Born Bad and directed and designed Pinocchio for Scottish Youth Theatre and Harold and Maude and Days of Wine and Roses for Theatre Jezebel of which he is a founding member.

Most recent design work includes Macbeth & Blithe Spirit (Perth Theatre), In An Alien Landscape (Beacon Arts Centre) and The Man Who Lived Twice (Arches Theatre) for Bird’s of Paradise Theatre Company both of which toured Nationally, Peter Panto and the Incredible Stinkerbell (& Directed), Cannibal Women of Mars, Aganeza Scrooge, Plume, Mister Merlin’s Pure Panto Magic, Flo White andValhalla!(Tron Theatre), Casablana: The Gin Joint Cut for the Tron Theatre, Edinburgh Festival & National Tour, Marilyn for the Citizens’ Theatre & Royal Lyceum Edinburgh, Staircase by Charles Dyer (Tron Theatre), Clockworkan adaptation of an original work by Phillip Pullman for Visible Fictions and Scottish Opera, Lark, Clark and the Puppet Handy and The Ushers (Raindog/Tron Theatre), Douglas Maxwell’s new musical The Bookie (Cumbernauld Theatre & National Tour), Doubt: A Parableand the UKPremiere of Autobahn also co-directed & Lady M: His Fiend-Like Queen, (Theatre Jezebel/Tron Theatre), Tartuffe, Fuenteovejuna and Lysistrata (Classic Cuts at Oran Mór’),Ya Beauty and the Beast, Betrayed, From the West Bank, and Address Unknown(Tron Theatre), Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Offand Our Teacher’s a Troll (National Theatre of Scotland), Proofand Tam O’Shanter (Perth Theatre) and The Steamie (National Tour).

 

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