Dominic  Cooke

Dominic Cooke

Playwright


Biography


Dominic Cooke is an Associate of London's National Theatre. He was Artistic Director of the Royal Court from 2007-2013, and Associate Director of the Royal Court from 1999-2002. He is a British theatre, television, and film director, and writer.

In 2007, Cooke wrote the stage adaptation of Malorie Blackman's Noughts and Crosses, which he directed and produced at the Royal Shakespeare Company.


Shows by Dominic Cooke

Title
Synopsis

Noughts & Crosses follows the doomed love story of Sephy and Callum, two teenagers kept apart by bigotry, terrorism and injustice. Sephy is the Deputy Prime Minister's daughter from the powerful black ruling class, the Cross... read more

Overview

Nationality
British
Show Categories
Play
Genres
Drama, Fairy Tale/Fantasy