Naomi Jones


Naomi Jones’ work as a freelance director includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Open Air production for Oxford School of Drama. The Long Way Home by Charles Way and Lincoln Return by Danusia Iwaszko, Eastern Angles. Philistines by Maxim Gorky (trans. Andrew Upton), Oxford School of Drama. The Rover by Aphra Behn, Looking Glass House at the Southwark Playhouse. Return to Akenfield by Craig Taylor, Eastern Angles. Enemies by Maxim Gorky (trans. David Hare) and Man of Mode by George Etherege, Oxford School of Drama. Flight Path by David Watson, Out of Joint/Bush Theatre. Machinal by Sophie Treadwell, Oxford School of Drama, BAC. One Million Tiny PlaysAbout London by Craig Taylor, Clerkenwell Theatre. After Miss Julie for Gothenburg English Speaking Theatre, Sweden and Sisters, Such Devoted Sisters by Russell Barr, Out of Joint/Drill Hall.

Naomi Jones was the assistant director for Out of Joint on King of Hearts by Alistair Beaton, The Overwhelming by JT Rogers, O Go My Man and Duck by Stella Feehily, Talking to Terrorists by Robin Soans, Macbeth and The Permanent Way by David Hare. Naomi also teaches text at The Oxford School of Drama and the Advanced Performers Studio. She was the regional director for East Anglia for last years NT Connections project and has taught on the Write on the Edge new writing programme in Belfast.