Directing - Theatre & Film

"An assured fast-rising director" - Independent

Titas is a writer, director, and musician working across theatre, film, and music. He trained as Resident Assistant Director at the Donmar Warehouse, on the National Theatre Studio Directors Course and under directors Michael Grandage, Roger Michell, David Leveaux, Indhu Rubasingham and Jamie Lloyd. He has worked extensively in new writing, and was previously Associate Director at the Tricycle/Kiln, Artistic Associate at The Other Room, a Creative Associate at the Bush Theatre, and Literary Associate at the Finborough Theatre. He is currently an Associate Artist at Out of Joint. Represented by Nick Frankfort at Michael Grandage Company.

 

Selected credits include: Sinners Club by Lucy Rivers (Soho Theatre, Theatr Clwyd, The Other Room), St. Nicholas by Conor McPherson (The Other Room, Theatr Clwyd), Silence by Harold Pinter (The Other Room), A Boy and His Soul by Colman Domingo (Tricycle/Kiln), The Dance of Death by Conor McPherson/August Strindberg (Donmar at Trafalgar Studios), The Goat At Midnight by Anne Carson (66 Books - Bush Theatre), Painting a Wall by David Lan (Finborough Theatre).

"This beautiful, funny, and tender show"

***** - The Telegraph

Colman Domingo in A Boy and His Soul

Photo: Mark Douet

Set Design: Richard Kent | Lighting: Oliver Fenwick

"A profoundly seminal work"

**** - The Guardian

Indira Varma and Daniel Lapaine in The Dance of Death

Photo: Simon Kane

Set Design: Richard Kent | Lighting: Richard Howell

"The audience is riveted"

**** The Reviews Hub

Christian Patterson in St Nicholas

Photo: Aenne Pallasca

Set Design: Amy Cook | Lighting: Katy Morison

"A glittering dark gem"

**** - The Guardian

Lucy Rivers in Sinners Club

Photo: Kieran Cudlip

Set Design: Mark Bailey | Lighting: Katy Morison

"A production positively spilling over with soul"

**** - Afridiziak

"Wonderful and fun"

***** - Everything Theatre

"A wild waltz through the gates of hell"

**** - The Times

"Shockingly Funny"

**** - Sunday Times

"Outstanding drama does not require an extensive cast"

***** - Buzz Magazine

"Shut me the hell up by going to this"

**** - Western Mail

"Proper old pulp fiction"

**** - Whatsonstage

"An expertly judged, passionate piece of gig-theatre"

**** - London Boxoffice