Michael Grandage to leave the Donmar Warehouse
LONDON (AP) - Theater director Michael Grandage will be leaving the acclaimed Donmar Warehouse after nine years at its helm.
The Donmar under Grandage incubated a number of shows that transferred to Broadway, including “Red,” “Hamlet” with Jude Law, Patrick Marber’s “After Miss Julie,” “Mary Stuart,” and “Frost/Nixon.” It also took a revival of “Parade” to Los Angeles and its production of “Guys and Dolls” to Australia.
Grandage, who won a 2010 Tony for directing “Red,” says he will leave the Donmar late in 2011.
No replacement was immediately named.