Claire Edmonds is a stage director from California. She focuses on the extremities of the human experience and the role of women in contemporary storytelling. She believes in the fundamental need for collaborative artistic process and the necessity of live performance. Her work has been seen around NYC at 440 Studios, The Flea, The Tank, The Hive and most recently at The Medicine Show theatre with Normal Ave. Regionally she has worked for The Utah Shakespeare Festival, Johns Hopkins University, Cincinnati Fringe and others.
Claire served as the Resident Director for Trainspotting Live (directed by Adam Spreadbury-Maher) during it’s Off-Broadway run. Catch Trainspotting on it’s UK tour this spring (trainspottinglive.com). Full review from Village Voice here: (Trainspotting Live Comes Up Aces). Stills below by Travis Emery Hackett. (http://www.travisemery.com)
"THE MOST COMMITTED AND ASTONISHING ACTING CURRENTLY ON THE NEW YORK STAGE."CITITOUR
"A gleefully high gross-out factor"
The New York times
“Trainspotting Live has arrived in NYC to give you the fix you need.” time out
All Trainspotting Live photos courtesy of Travis Emery Hackett