Eva Sampson
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  • United Kingdom
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What I do:
A little more about me:
I am the Co-Director of How It Ended. How It Ended aims to create work that is important, exciting and full of heart.

I love to collaborate. 'Play' sits at the heart of all my work and having people around me who inspire, challenge and question makes me thrive. I have experience in movement, dramaturgy, new writing, classic text, devising, physical work and puppetry. I am also skilled in BADC Stage Combat Foundation (gold star), script reader, QLab and stage management. I am a highly organised, warm and open person. I always work well under pressure and I like to keep busy.

I have a full and clean driving license. I love long walks with my dog, reading and sketching.
Projects I’m working on:
I am currently the Assistant Director to Lookleft LookRight's Artistic Director, Mimi Postkitt on a series of poignant theatrical experiences taking place across London for Cityread 2014. These interactive, site-specific performances are all inspired by Louisa Young's novel, MY DEAR I WANTED TO TELL YOU and marks the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. The final performance will end in a 1918's dark and grotesque cabaret night at Soho Theatre, London.

Earlier this month I directed TRACKS at The Arcola Theatre as part of The Miniaturists.

Last month I was the Associate Director to Anthony Banks, Johnathan Humphreys and James Hillier on the critically acclaimed HOTEL PLAYS at The Langham Hotel.

In February I directed ROLL CREDITS which was produced by How It Ended at the IdeasTap Love Takeover Festival and Bedford Place Theatre. How It Ended are currently in talks regarding a London run in the Autumn.
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