Leticia Cáceres is one of the most in-demand stage directors of new writing. She was Associate Director at MTC from 2013 to 2015. For MTC, she has directed The House of Bernarda Alba, The Distance, Death and The Maiden, Birdland (Winner of Best Director Green Room Award), The Effect, Cock and Constellations, as well as MTC Education shows Yellow Moon (winner of a Drama Victoria Award), Helicopter and Random (nominated for three Green Room Awards).
In 2017, Leticia received Helpmann and Sydney Theatre Awards for Best Direction of a Play for The Drover’s Wife, which also won Best Production at both ceremonies. For Belvoir, she has also directed Random (nominated for two Sydney Theatre Awards), Barbara and the Camp Dogs (Winner of the Helpmann Award for Best Musical and nominated for four Sydney Theatre Awards), Mortido (co-produced with STCSA), Miss Julie and The Dark Room (nominated for seven Sydney Theatre Awards). For Malthouse Theatre, she has directed Going Down (co-produced with STC) and Barbara and the Camp Dogs which in 2019 is touring the east coast of Australia. In 2018, Leticia directed her first opera The Space Between by Steve Vizard and Paul Grabowsky for Arts Centre Melbourne.
Leticia recently directed the world premiere of The Mares by Kate Mulvany for Tasmanian Theatre Company and Ten Days on the Island Festival. Leticia has recently begun directing for the screen, with her two short films having gone on to screen internationally and win multiple awards. She is currently adapting the hit stage comedy Going Down with multi award-winning writer Michele Lee into a web series with Executive Producer, Amanda Higgs.
For enquiries regarding Leticia Cáceres, please contact us via email or on (02) 9319 7199.