Amber Sinclair-Case (Director/Writer)

Represented by

Richard Leavey : richard@collectiveagents.co.uk


Amber is a neurodivergent musical theatre director, writer and PhD researcher, whose work centres on the intersections of identity and the ways in which their blackness, queerness and OCD coexist. They have worked as both a director and facilitator, with a particular focus on amplifying international LGBTQ+ narratives, specifically trans people of colour, in theatre to ensure that their voice is being used as a tool to authentically reflect the current world.

Recent theatre credits include: SIX The Musical (NCL and UK, as Associate Director); Legally Blonde (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, as Associate Director), Hungry (Soho Theatre and Roundabout at Summerhall, as Assistant Director); SIX The Musical (West End and UK Tour, as Resident Director); (wo)man monster (Writer/Director);extrem(IS)t R&D (Writer/Director); I Did A Bad Thing Once (Phoenix Arts Club); Conspiracy (R&D with National Youth Theatre); Overflow (Bush Theatre); Leopards (Rose Theatre Kingston); The Mother Load (Lyceum Theatre); Undetectable (King’s Head Theatre); Kiln Young Writer’s Programme (Kiln Theatre); Since U Been Gone (Vault Festival); Anna Bella Eema (Arcola Theatre); Dumbledore Is So Gay (Vault Festival).




Bronco Billy

Amber Sinclair-Case is the associate director on 'Bronco Billy' playing at the Charing Cross Theatre from January 2024.
Amber Sinclair-Case (Director/Writer)