Kim Hardwick

Stage Director | Producer

Kim Hardwick is a stage director and theatre producer.

Most recently, Kim has directed and produced Tanya Ronder’s Table with her company White Box Theatre at the Seymour Centre. She has also directed Beth Steel’s Ditch at the Limelight on Oxford. In 2018 she directed Edna Walsh's The Walworth Farce (Workhorse Theatre), and she produced and directed The Shifting Heart (Seymour Centre). Kim also produced and directed the Blackrock (Seymour Centre) in 2017 and Hurt (Old 505), which won the 2016 Sydney Theatre Award for Best Independent Production. In 2015, she was the Resident Studio Artist for Griffin Theatre Company and directed the lauded production of The House on the Lake.

Kim’s other credits include One Flew Over The Cockoo’s Nest (Sport For Jove), I Love You Now (Darlinghurst Theatre Company), I Love You My Mother and The Shadow Box (both at The Old Fitz), Unholy Ghosts (Griffin Independent), BANG (B Sharp), Time Stands Still and Love Song (both at Darlinghurst Theatre Company), Love Bites (Seymour Centre), The Hatpin (Seymour Centre, which then played at the New York Music Theatre Festival), The Memory of Water (Darlinghurst Theatre Company & NSW regional tour), A Moment on the Lips (Darlinghurst Theatre Company, The Old Fitz and The Stables in NSW, and the Old Council Chamber in Carlton, VIC), Sprung! (National tour), and A Day In The Death of Joe and Dinner With Friends (both at Darlinghurst Theatre Company).

She is a graduate of VCA and WAAPA.

For enquiries regarding Kim Hardwick please contact us via email or on (02) 9319 7199.