15 wins & 15 nominations.
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He directed his play, "The Andersen Project," in an Ex Machina production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England.
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I've chose to work in theatre more than any other artistic expression because it doesn't exist without a community. Even if you do a one-man show, even if you're alone on-stage, you're not really alone: there's a community of people that surrounds you to help you out. I'm interested in that paradox: you feel lonely, you want to express loneliness, but you're in a crowd actually. You have a whole ...
He was awarded the 2001 London Critics Circle Theatre Award for Best Director for The Far Side of the Moon performed at the Royal National Theatre: Lyttelton in London, England.