Emily is a theatre director, Shakespeare consultant and playwright. As a Shakespeare practitioner she works regularly for Shakespeare’s Globe. She was trained and mentored by Giles Block (Head of Text at Shakespeare’s Globe) and her productions for the Globe include The Tempest (Dir. Jeremy Herrin); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Dir. Dominic Dromgoole); and King Lear (Dir. Bill Buckhurst). Other productions include Romeo and Juliet for the Ambassadors Theatre, West End and The Tempest for the Royal & Derngate. Emily is also an award-winning playwright and director. Her first play Rainbow won a Fringe First award, and she has since written for Paines Plough, The Traverse Theatre, and attended the Royal Court Young Writers and Studio programmes. Her most recent play COOKIES, was directed by Olivier-nominated director Anna Ledwich and produced at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London’s West End. She works regularly here at LAMDA, teaching on our short and semester courses, as well as directing Restoration this year on our BA (Hons) Professional Acting course.