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Hattie Morahan Poster

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  • She played Nina in Martin Crimp's translation of Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" at the National Theatre (Lyttelton stage), London (17th June to 23rd September 2006). The director was Katie Mitchell.
  • She played Penelope Toop in a revival of Philip King's "See How They Run", for ACT Productions directed by Douglas Hodge, Theatre Royal Plymouth, 15th to 18th February 2006; King's Theatre Edinburgh, 21st to 25th February 2006; Richmond Theatre, 28th February to 4th March 2006; Theatre Royal Norwich, 14th to 18th March 2006; Theatre Royal Newcastle upon Tyne, 21st to 25th March 2005; The Sheffield Crucible, 28th March to 1st April 2006; Malvern Theatre, 4th to 8th April 2006.
  • She played Viola in William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" - West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds (director Ian Brown) (17th September to 22nd October 2005).
  • She played the title character in Don Taylor's translation of Euripides' play, "Iphigenia at Aulis", at the National Theatre (Lyttelton stage) in London from 12th June to 7th September 2004. The director was Katie Mitchell.
  • She played Ruby in a revival of Peter Flannery's "Singer", Oxford Stage Company at the Tricycle Theatre in Kilburn, director Sean Holmes, (10th March to 10th April 2004).
  • She played Louise De la Valliere in "Power", a new play by Nick Dear- directed by Lindsay Posner, National Theatre (Cottesloe stage), London (Previews 27th June, Play ran from 3rd July to 29th October 2003).
  • She played Elaine Harper in a revival of Joseph Kesselring's play, "Arsenic & Old Lace", at the Strand Theatre, London, (now known as the Novello Theatre). The director was Matthew Francis. There was a preview performance on 14th February 2003 and the play ran from 25th February to 31st May 2003.
  • She played Elizabeth in a revival of W. Somerset Maugham's "The Circle", for TEG directed by Mark Rosenblatt, Malvern Theatre, 27th to 31st August, 2002; Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Guildford, 3rd to 14th September 2002; Theatre Royal Bath, 23rd September 2002; King's Theatre Edinburgh, 8th to 12th October 2002; Greenwich Theatre, 14th to 19th October 2002; Arts Theatre, Cambridge, 21st to 26th October 2002.
  • She played the Gentlewoman/player and understudied the role of Ophelia in William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' for the Royal Shakespeare Company at the the Swan Theatre in Stratford from 31st March to 13th October 2001 and at the Barbican Theatre in London from 6th December 2001 to 2nd April 2002. The director was Steven Pimlott. She played Lucy in William Wycherley's 'Love in a Wood' for the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Other Place in Stratford upon Avon from 12th April to 12th October 2001. She played Emela in 'The Prisoner's Dilemma', a new play by David Edgar, directed by Michael Attenborough for the RSC at the Other Place in Stratford from 11th July to 13th October 2001 and at the Barbican Pit in London, from 1st February to 6th April 2002. She played Tracy, the hotel receptionist, in 'Night of the Soul', a new play written and directed by David Farr for the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Barbican Pit in London from 19th April to 11th May 2002.
  • She played Constance in 'Spellbound', a radio drama written by Amanda Dalton based on the 1945 Alfred Hitchcock film. It was recorded in Manchester and directed by Susan Roberts. This radio play was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Saturday 16th February 2008.
  • She played Florence Dugdale in the Woman's Hour drama, 'What I Think Of My Husband', written by Stephen Wakelam and produced by David Hunter. (BBC Radio 4, Monday 31st March to Friday 4th April 2008.)
  • She played Catherine in Arthur Miller's play, 'A View from the Bridge', directed by Phil Breen, at the ADC Theatre in Cambridge from Tuesday 9th February to Saturday 13th February, 1999 and at the National Student Drama Festival in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, from 7th to 14th April,1999.
  • She played Helena in William Shakespeare's play, 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', at Queen's College, Cambridge in 1998.
  • She played Snowball, the pig based on Trotsky, in a stage adaptation of George Orwell's novel, 'Animal Farm', at the ADC Theatre in Cambridge, Tuesday 18th November to Saturday 22nd November, 1997.
  • She played Kate in 'Forgiving', a new play by Tina Pepler. It was recorded in Bristol and directed by Sara Davies. The play was broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on Friday 28th March 2008.
  • She played Libby Saptalios in 'When Greed becomes Fear', a radio drama written by DJ Britton and directed by Pam Marshall. This was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Tuesday 26th February 2008.
  • She played Cecily Cardew in Oscar Wilde's play, 'The Importance of Being Earnest', directed by Phil Breen, at the Orchard, Grantchester, 7th to 10th July 1999; Trinity College Fellows' Garden, Cambridge, 13th to 14th July 1999; Sidney Sussex Master's Garden, Cambridge, 15th to 16th July 1999; the Fitzwilliam Museum, 17th to 18th July 1999; the ADC Theatre, Cambridge, from 2nd to 3rd and from 11th to 13th October, 1999.
  • She played Grace in "Faith Healer" at The Playroom, Cambridge in 1998.
  • She played Alice in a radio adaptation of David Hare's play, 'Plenty', directed by John Dove for Catherine Bailey Limited. This was first broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on Saturday 30th September 2006. There was a repeat broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Saturday 14th June 2008.
  • She played Isabel in Pedro Calderon De la Barca's play, 'The Mayor of Zalamea', directed by Stephen Siddall, at the Cambridge Arts Theatre from 27th June to 1st July 2000 and at the Cambridge Summer Arts Festival in 2000.
  • She played Clair in Martin Crimp's play, 'The City', directed by Katie Mitchell, at the Royal Court Theatre in London. The play ran from Thursday 24th April 2008 to Saturday 7th June 2008.
  • She appeared in 'Ticklebang', a comedy by Dylan Ritson, at the ADC Theatre in Cambridge, (24th February to 28th February 1998), and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, (August 1998).
  • She directed 'The Suicide', a play by Nikolay Erdman translated by Peter Tegel, for the Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club at the ADC Theatre in Cambridge, (10th to 14th November 1998).
  • She played Tori in a radio drama entitled 'Overtime', directed by Katie Marsden.
  • She played Carrie in 'Work Experience', the first episode of the second season of 'Trevor's World of Sport', a radio comedy written and produced by Andy Hamilton. This episode was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Tuesday 29th November 2005.
  • She was part of the cast in the Royal Shakespeare Company's staging of Jean-Paul Sartre's play, 'Huis Clos', at the Other Place in Stratford upon Avon on 19th September, 2001.
  • She took part in "Asylum Monologues", an event directed by Rebecca Morahan and organized for the charity, Actors for Human Rights. This event took place at Cambridge University on 18th October 2007.
  • She played Nastasya Filippovna in "Some Trace of Her" at the Cottesloe stage of the National Theatre in London. The play opened on Wednesday 23rd July 2008 and ran until Tuesday 21st October 2008. The director was Katie Mitchell.
  • She gave a talk on her acting career in the Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio at Cambridge University on Sunday 2nd November 2008.
  • She played Mary in T.S. Eliot's play 'Family Reunion' at the Donmar Warehouse in London. The director was Jeremy Herrin. The play opened on Thursday 20th November 2008 and ran until Saturday 10th January 2009.
  • She was one of the readers for the Royal Shakespeare Company's Alternative Christmas lecture, 'Active Resistance to Propaganda', by Vivienne Westwood. This was directed by Phillip Breen and took place at Wilton's Music Hall in London on Sunday 16th December 2008.
  • She took part in a rehearsed reading of 'Necessary Targets' by Eve Ensler. This event was organized by the International Committee for Artist's Freedom, a committee of Equity. It took place at the Arts Theatre in London on Sunday 10th October 2004 and it was directed by Anna Carteret.
  • (2004) She took part in a rehearsed reading of 'Othello' at The Globe in London.
  • She played Kay Conway in 'Time and the Conways' by J.B. Priestley at the Lyttleton stage of the National Theatre in London. This play opened on Tuesday 28th April 2009 and ran until Sunday 16th August 2009. The director was Rupert Goold.
  • She was the narrator in a ten part dramatization of 'Lady Audley's Secret' by Mary Elizabeth Braddon. This was broadcast by BBC Radio 4 between Monday 20th April 2009 and Friday 1st May 2009.
  • She was one of the readers for an episode of 'Words and Music' broadcast by BBC Radio 3 on Sunday 29th March 2009.
  • She played Elizabeth in 'Alex tripped over my fairy', a comedy written by Meredith Oakes. This was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 on Saturday 21st March 2009.
  • She played Dr Alice Pyper in 'Chronicles of Ait', an afternoon play broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on Wednesday 22nd July 2009.
  • (July 30, 2009 - August 27, 2009) Played Dawn in 'Three More Sleepless Nights' by Caryl Churchill, at the Lyttelton stage of the National Theatre in London. The director was Gareth Machin.
  • She played Joan in 'The Twyborn Affair'. This was a radio play adapted from Patrick White's novel by DJ Britton. It was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 on Sunday 27th September 2009.
  • (November 1, 2009) She took part in the 24 Hours Plays event at the Old Vic Theatre in London.
  • (2010) Play: 'The Real Thing' by Tom Stoppard at the Old Vic Theatre in London.
  • (2010) Radio play: Alice in 'A Month in the Country'. BBC Radio 4 on Saturday 20th November.
  • (February 3, 2011 - February 26, 2011) Stage play: 'Plenty'- playing Susan Traherne at the Studio Theatre, Sheffield, England.
  • (July 9, 2012 - July 26, 2012) Stage play: 'A Doll's House'- playing Nora at the Young Vic Theatre, London, UK.
  • (2003) She acted in Joseph Kesselring's play, "Arsenic and Old Lace," at the Strand Theatre in London, England with Stephen Tompkinson, Thelma Barlow, Marcia Warren and Rupert Vansittart in the cast. Matthew Francis was director.

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