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Simon McBurney

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Simon McBurney's work ranges from location theatre to innovative Broadway productions, is often based on classical texts and is always firmly connected with music.

Simon McBurney (director) is a founder and artistic director of the UK-based theatre company Complicite, which performs throughout the world. As well as directing  A Dog's Heart and Die Zauberflöte for Dutch National Opera, for Complicite he directed productions of Street of Crocodiles (1992); The Three Lives of Lucie Cabrol (1994), which was adapted from the John Berger trilogy Into Their Labors; To the Wedding (another Berger collaboration); Mnemonic (1999); The Elephant Vanishes (2003); A Disappearing Number (2007); and The Master and Margarita (2011).