Paul Miller

Paul Miller is Artistic Director of the Orange Tree Theatre Richmond, where he has directed Terence Rattigan’s While the Sun Shines and French Without Tears (also tour with English Touring Theatre), Jo Clifford’s Losing Venice, Charlotte Jones’s Humble Boy, Bernard Shaw’s Misalliance, The Philanderer and Widowers’ Houses, Lot Vekemans’ Poison, Marivaux’s The Lottery of Love, Somerset Maugham’s Sheppey, Doris Lessing’s Each His Own Wilderness and The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd by DH Lawrence.

Between 2009 and 2014 he was an Associate Director at Sheffield Theatres, where his productions included Wonderful Tennessee, The Winter’s Tale, The Daughter-in-Law, Democracy (which transferred to The Old Vic), Hamlet with John Simm and True West.

For the National Theatre he has directed The History Boys (revival for the West End and UK tour), Baby Girl, DNA, The Miracle, The Enchantment, Sing Yer Heart Out for the Lads and The Associate.

Other work includes Elling (Trafalgar Studios); The History Boys (Center Theatre Group, LA); Total Eclipse (Menier Chocolate Factory); French Without Tears (ETT); Not the Love I Cry For (Arcola); A Life in the Theatre (Setagaya Public Theatre, Japan); Sugar Sugar, Goldhawk Road, Bad Company,Kingfisher Blue (Bush Theatre), Mercy (Soho); The Marriage of Figaro (English Touring Opera at Hackney Empire); Mean Tears, Accomplices,Mr England (Sheffield Theatres); Honeymoon Suite (Royal Court); Fragile Land (Hampstead); A Penny for a Song (Oxford Stage Company/Whitehall Theatre); Tragedy: A Tragedy (Gate); Hushabye Mountain (ETT/Hampstead); Rosmersholm (Southwark Playhouse); The Robbers (Latchmere).