Nina Raine is an English theatre director and playwright. Raine's debut play, Rabbit, won the Charles Wintour Evening Standard and Critics Circle Awards for Most Promising Playwright (Old Red Lion Theatre/Trafalgar Studio). Other plays include Tribes, performed Off-Broadway, winning the NYDCC Award for Best Foreign Play, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play, and Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best New Play (Barrow Street Theatre) and Tiger Country (Hampstead Theatre).
She won the Channel Four/Jerwood Space Young Regional Theatre Director, directing West End's Jumpy (Royal Court/Duke of York's Theatres) and Shades, winning both Critics Circle and Evening Standard Awards for Most Promising Newcomer (Royal Court Theatre). She dramaturged and directed Behind the Image (Royal Court Theatre) and Unprotected, winning TMA Best Director and Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Awards (Everyman Theatre). Raine also directed Longing (Hampstead Theatre) and her brother's play, Donkey Heart (Old Red Lion Theatre).