Photo by Dashiell Jackson
Milla Jackson is a freelance director.
Her most recent projects are a national open-air tour of The Importance of Being Earnest with Heartbreak Productions and productions of The Telemachy, a new adaptation of the Odyssey, and William M. Hoffman’s As Is at the Edinburgh Fringe. She has directed at Southwark Playhouse, Rich Mix, Bread & Roses Theatre, LOST Theatre, Etcetera Theatre, Horse & Stables, New Studio at RCSSD, the Roundhouse, Bloomsbury Theatre, Hackney Attic, Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre, and Ophelia, Dalston. She has assisted at Gowanus Arts Centre and the Factory Theatre with Tim Carroll.
Milla studied at University College London where she specialised in ancient drama, and trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and with the Factory Theatre. Milla is also an experienced producer, arts fundraiser and publicist, and has worked at the Gate Theatre, Soho Theatre and Atlantic Theater Company in New York and freelance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. She has a particular interest in modern re-imaginings of classic stories.