Jeremy M. Thomas

Stage Director


Posted on 10 Nov 2013 0 comments


I am a freelance stage director, with a Master of Fine Arts in Directing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Bachelor of Arts in Directing and Theatre Producing for Avila University. I have over 12 years post-graduate director experience, working primarily in Copenhagen, Denmark.

As a collaborative leader, I have a strong sense for language and a passion for experimentation and new play development. My artistic work focuses on re-imagining classical theatre through experimentation and new play development through a unique concept of creative co-creation. I also have a love for poetry and play development in the Spoken Word genre.

I am founder and Artistic Director of the English-language theatre Down the Rabbit Hole and Co-Artistic Director of Teater Ord/Blindt, which specialises in developing new work combing performance and poetry.

If you are interested in working together please feel free to contact me through the contact form at the bottom of this page.

Down the Rabbit Hole International Theatre (DTRH)

Down The Rabbit Hole is a Copenhagen based  international theatre company focused on promoting English-language performing arts, innovative initiatives,  and multicultural dynamics. Down The Rabbit Hole presents international theatre that is unique, daring and engaging. Performances are primarily in English.

Teater Ord/Blindt (Word/Blind)

Founder and co-artistic director, along with spoken word artist Rasmus Rhode. Teater Ord/Blindt most recent production was Nattens Pibere, an audiowalk based on Nis Petersen’s poetry collection. The production follows Nis’ footsteps as a homeless man living on the streets of Copenhagen. Performance Aug. 26th – Sept. 26th, 2020)

Our other notable projects include Alfabet, a theatre installation at Sydhavn Teater based on Inger Christensen’s poetry collection and Drømmens Faner, a musical theatre production based on the work of Michael Strunge. We have also created the site-specific product Secrets in collaboration with Why Not Theatre and our production Pop!, was awarded Best Performance Art, Best Innovation in Design and Best Vocal Performances at AACT 2014.

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