Melly Still (born August 1962) is a British director, designer and choreographer.
She has worked as designer and co-director on many productions including the RSC's version of Tales from Ovid and Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Salman Rushdie at the Royal National Theatre.
She often works closely with the designer Ti Green and German designer Anna Fleischle and also the British director Tim Supple.
- "Rats' Tales - based on Carol Ann Duffy, devised by Melly Still (Manchester Royal Exchange, 2012)
- The Cunning Little Vixen - Leoš Janáček (Glyndebourne Festival, 2012)
- Coram Boy - Jamila Gavin, adapted by Helen Edmundson (Bristol Old Vic, 2011)
- Beasts and Beauties - Carol Ann Duffy (Hampstead Theatre, 2010–2011)
- Zaide - Mozart, in an English Version by Michael Symmons Roberts and Ben Power (Sadlers Wells, 2010)
- Nation - Terry Pratchett, adapted by Mark Ravenhill (Royal National Theatre, 2009)
- Rusalka - Dvořák (Glyndebourne Festival, 2009 and 2011)
- Cinderella - In a version by Ben Power (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith)
- The Revengers Tragedy Thomas Middleton - (Royal National Theatre, 2008)
- Watership Down - Richard Adams, adapted by Rona Monro (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith)
- Coram Boy - Jamila Gavin, adapted by Helen Edmundson (Royal National Theatre 2005, Imperial Theatre 2007: Broadway)
- Alice in Wonderland - (Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 2003)
- Beasts and Beauties - Carol Ann Duffy (Bristol Old Vic theatre, 2003)
Coram Boy was nominated for 4 Olivier Awards in London and 6 Tony awards on Broadway. She was nominated for best director in each award ceremony.