Marcus Roche

Marcus Roche

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United Kingdom

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Marcus Roche is currently Assistant Director to Declan Donnellan on Cheek by Jowl's production of The Winter's Tale. He studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and Ecole Phillippe Gaulier in Paris.

In 2012 he directed The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs by Mike Daisey which received critical acclaim was nominated for a CATS award and the Amnesty International Freedom of Speech Award. The production toured, then completed a second Edinburgh fringe run. In 2014 he created Vote For Me which was part of the Early Days Festival at the Arches. He has directed The Night before the Trial a couple of Chekhov's short stories as a curtain raiser to the Tron Theatre’s production of Three Sisters. He has directed for the Tron Theatre, the Arches, Play, Pie and a Pint, Wee Theatres, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Theatre 503. He has worked closely with Rachel O’Riordan on Macbeth as associate director, and as assistant on both Cinderella and Neil Simons the Odd Couple at Perth Theatre.

In 2013 he performed in Perth Theatre pantomime, and played Quince in Shakespeare’s Midsummer Nights’ Dream in the Strastnoy theatre in Moscow. Marcus has visited Russia several times where he trained as an actor under Gytis Padegimas, and has directed and performed in a contemporary movement version of Romeo and Juliet for the Taganrog Opera and Drama Theatre. As an voice over actor he has worked for the BBC, Pachamama and National Theatre of Scotland.

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Marcus Roche is currently Assistant Director to Declan Donnellan on Cheek by Jowl's production of The Winter's Tale. He studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and Ecole Phillippe Gaulier in Paris.

In 2012 he directed The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs by Mike Daisey which received critical acclaim was nominated for a CATS award and the Amnesty International Freedom of Speech Award. The production toured, then completed a second Edinburgh fringe run. In 2014 he created Vote For Me which was part of the Early Days Festival at the Arches. He has directed The Night before the Trial a couple of Chekhov's short stories as a curtain raiser to the Tron Theatre’s production of Three Sisters. He has directed for the Tron Theatre, the Arches, Play, Pie and a Pint, Wee Theatres, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Theatre 503. He has worked closely with Rachel O’Riordan on Macbeth as associate director, and as assistant on both Cinderella and Neil Simons the Odd Couple at Perth Theatre.

In 2013 he performed in Perth Theatre pantomime, and played Quince in Shakespeare’s Midsummer Nights’ Dream in the Strastnoy theatre in Moscow. Marcus has visited Russia several times where he trained as an actor under Gytis Padegimas, and has directed and performed in a contemporary movement version of Romeo and Juliet for the Taganrog Opera and Drama Theatre. As an voice over actor he has worked for the BBC, Pachamama and National Theatre of Scotland.

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Physical Theatre, Physics, Theatre
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1st Assistant Director

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