Artistic Associate, Outhouse Theatre Co
Craig Baldwin directs extensively across Australia and the US.
He was the first Australian to graduate from the prestigious acting program at The Juilliard School and has served as Artistic Associate at Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC, and Associate Artistic Director of Red Bull Theatre in New York.
Recently, Craig directed Happy Days for Redline Productions at the Old Fitz in Sydney, and Hamlet for Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC, featuring Michael Urie.
His 2019 production of Annie Baker's John for Outhouse Theatre Co at Seymour Centre garnered six nominations, including Best Director, and the award for Best Independent Production, at the Sydney Theatre Awards.
He also helmed the Sydney premieres of Annie Baker's The Flick and The Aliens for Outhouse at Seymour Centre and The Old Fitz.
He also directed the world premieres of C.O.A.L. (confessions of a liar) at 59E59 and The More Loving One by Cory Conley, receiving the Best Overall Production of a Play award in the 2011 New York International Fringe Festival.
For over 20 years, he has worked with Lincoln Centre Theatre, Roundabout Theatre Company, Classic Stage Company, and many more, as an actor, and now director.
Craig was named an 'artist of extraordinary ability' and made a permanent resident of the US. After 20 years in America, he has returned home to Sydney and is serving as Artistic Associate at Outhouse Theatre Co.