Directing

A Knife in the Whale       by Liz Jardine-Smith

 

2013

 

Exploring the life, mind and madness of Virginia Woolf. Inspired by her diaries, in particular a meeting she had with Freud, and her eventual decision to commit suicide. 

 

Developed at The Compass Theatre and performed at Tristan Bates Theatre.

 

STILL IN DEVELOPMENT

Breathing Corpses     by Laura Wade

 

2013 

 

A student production for Springboard Drama with actors trained in The Meisner Technique.

 

Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre, Walthamstow

1/5

1/7

Grave Expectations

by Martin Malcom

2012

A site specific, promenade show inspired by the ghost stories of Charles Dickens performed in the grounds of South Hill Park, The Compass Theatre and St Albans South Signal Box



Endpaper Theatre

Dick Whittington and his Cat

by Ben Crocker

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2012

Community Pantomime for Harrow Arts Centre.

Too Fast 

by Douglas Maxwell



2011



NT Connections play for Questors Youth Theatre



The Questors Theatre Studio and Arts Depot

Ladies' Day

by Amanda Whittington

2010

 

SOLD OUT PRODUCTION



1/4

1/2

Looking after the Pooters

by Brian Edwards

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2011 - 2012



Adapted from the hilarious and popular Victorian classic “The Diary of a Nobody” by George and Weedon Grossmith, Developed at The Maltings Arts Theatre and The Compass Theatre, performed at Canal Cafe Theatre.



Endpaper Theatre

Sid's Show

by Rachel Barnett

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2012 - 2013

Well loved Cebeebies presenter Sid Sloane's one man theatre show for 3-6 year olds on a National Tour.

Sleeping Dogs

by Brenda Gottsche



2012



New play about secrets and lies between a husband and wife.



Barons Court Theatre

The Railway Children

by E Nesbit

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2008



Original Music by Vincent Eavis



INTER-GENERATIONAL



1/5

1/7

Finding the Geocache

by Rachel Barnett

2010



The Union Theatre



1/9

Semi-detached

by Ian Kendall

2013



Descent at The Cockpit Theatre



1/1

1/7

© 2013 by Dominique Gerrard. All rights reserved

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I have had the pleasure of working with Dominique as a facilitator on several occasions and can highly recommend her. She has excellent communication skills, relates to people and has an inspiring creative mind. I’ve also seen her work as a director which is always clear, exciting and visually impressive. Dominique works hard and has a well prepared and composed approach.

—  Iain Jones, Shakespeare Schools Festival

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