Stewart Laing (Artistic Director)

Stewart is Associate Director with National Theatre of Scotland and is Artistic Director of Untitled Projects, which he formed in 1998. Directing credits with Untitled Projects include: J.G. Ballard Project, blind_sight, Slope, An Argument About Sex, The Salon Project, Paul Bright’s Confessions of a Justified Sinner, Slope Redux. Further credits include: The Maids (Citizens Theatre); Ten Plagues (Traverse Theatre); Les Parents Terribles, Titus Andronicus (Dundee Rep); The Sewing Group (Royal Court); Creditors (Lyceum). Opera includes: La bohème, Così fan tutte (Scottish Opera); The Breasts of Tiresias and L’Heure espagnole (Grange Park Opera); Tosca (NorrlandsOperan); La fanciulla del West, Faust, Dead Man Walking (Malmö Opera). Stewart originally trained as a theatre designer at Central School of Art and Design and has designed throughout the UK, internationally and for the West End and Broadway, winning a Tony Award in 1997 for the musical Titanic.