Cameron Mackintosh

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Producer

Cameron Mackintosh

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Producer

For nearly 50 years Cameron Mackintosh has been producing more musicals than anyone else in history, including the three longest-running musicals of all time, Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera and Cats, which are still running extraordinarily successfully across the world. Uniquely, Cameron, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon, has mounted new versions of the shows which are now proving as successful as the originals.

His spectacular new production of Miss Saigon, which was the fourth of his hits, having finished its hugely successful run at London’s Prince Edward Theatre will open on Broadway in 2017 and soon is to open in Germany as well. As well as the new hugely successful UK national tour, Mary Poppins continues to disperse her magic globally with productions soon to open in Germany, France, Spain, Japan and Korea. As well as original musicals, Cameron enjoys producing new versions of such classics as My Fair Lady and Oliver! – which continue to be enjoyed by new generations. Other musicals he has created include Little Shop of Horrors, Side By Side By Sondheim, Martin Guerre, The Witches of Eastwick, Betty Blue Eyes, a re-imagined production of Barnum and a new version of Half a Sixpence due to open at the Chichester Festival Theatre this summer. He also produced the most successful production ever of Stephen Sondheim’s legendary Follies in London. Les Misérables remains the longest-running musical in the world and the original is now going into its 31st year in London. His new production has opened to huge success on Broadway, in Australia and opens this month in Singapore. His spectacular new version of The Phantom of the Opera is also currently touring North America.

Over the next three years he has over 30 new productions of his musicals due to open around the world. In 2013 Cameron, in conjunction with Working Title Films and Universal, produced his first hugely successful musical film, the Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA award-winning Les Misérables.  He is currently working on film versions of Oliver! and Miss Saigon with Working Title.

Cameron owns eight historic theatres in London’s West End , seven of which – the Prince of Wales, Gielgud, Queen’s, Wyndham’s, Noël Coward, Novello and Prince Edward, have undergone spectacular refurbishment, giving him the opportunity to indulge his passion for architecture and the restoration of old buildings.  His recent acquisition of the Victoria Palace Theatre is due to have a major refurbishment and expansion of facilities planned for the autumn of 2016.   Cameron is going to acquire another theatre, the Ambassadors, and, subject to planning permission, rebuild its’ interior as a state of the art transfer house for subsidized theatre productions and it will be renamed the Sondheim Theatre.

He is also the co-owner of Music Theatre International, the world’s largest owner of secondary rights of the greatest musicals. Some of Cameron’s awards include the following: In 1995 his company received The Queen’s Award for Export Achievement and he was knighted in the 1996 New Year’s Honours for his services to British theatre. In 2006 he received the National Enjoy England Award for Excellence for his Outstanding Contribution to Tourism and he has recently been the first British producer elected to the Theatre Hall of Fame on Broadway.

Andrew Lloyd Webber

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Composer, Book, Co-Orchestrator

Andrew Lloyd Webber

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Composer, Book, Co-Orchestrator

When Sunset Boulevard joins School Of Rock, Cats and The Phantom Of The Opera in February 2017 on Broadway, Andrew Lloyd Webber will become the only person to equal the record set in 1953 by Rodgers and Hammerstein with four Broadway shows running concurrently. Other musicals he has composed include Aspects Of Love, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita and Love Never Dies.

His production of School Of Rock is the first British musical to have world premiered on Broadway. He has co-produced his own shows including Cats and The Phantom Of The Opera and as a solo producer he presented the groundbreaking Bombay Dreams which introduced the double Oscar winning Bollywood composer AR Rahman to the Western stage.

Other productions include the Olivier Award Winning Daisy Pulls It Off and La Bete, the record breaking Palladium production of The Sound Of Music and The Wizard of Oz.

He owns seven West End Theatres including the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, the Palladium and most recently the St James which will reopen in February 2017 as The Other Palace and provide a unique London home for new musicals in development.

He is passionate about the importance of music in education and the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has become one of Britain’s leading charities supporting the arts and music.

His awards, both as composer and producer, include seven Tonys, seven Oliviers, a Golden Globe, an Oscar, the Praemium Imperiale, the Richard Rodgers Award for Excellence in Musical Theatre, a BASCA Fellowship, the Kennedy Center Honor and a Grammy for Best Contemporary Classical Composition for Requiem, his setting of the Latin Requiem mass which contains one of his best known compositions, Pie Jesu.

He was knighted by Her Majesty The Queen in 1992 and created an honorary member of the House of Lords in 1997.

Charles Hart

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Lyrics

Charles Hart

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Lyrics

Charles Hart was born in London and educated in Maidenhead and Cambridge. He has written words for musicals (The Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, The Kissing-Dance, The Dreaming), opera (The Vampyr, BBC TV) and miscellaneous songs, as well as both words and music for television (Watching, Split Ends, Granada TV) and radio (Love Songs, BBC Radio). His Two Studies for String Quartet were performed by the Sacconi Quartet in 2005 at London’s Purcell Room.

Charles Hart’s photographs have appeared on posters and in playbills, as well as publications ranging from Attitude to the Daily Telegraph, and in 2003 he was one of three photographers to feature in an exhibition organized by UNICEF to celebrate the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. He lives and works in London.

Richard Stilgoe

in the role of

Book & Additional Lyrics

Richard Stilgoe

in the role of

Book & Additional Lyrics

Richard Stilgoe lives in Surrey (where he was born) and has five children and two grandchildren. He writes songs, runs the Orpheus Trust and is involved in music education – most recently the Stilgoe Family Concerts (Royal Festival Hall) and the National Foundation for Youth Music. He was brought up in Liverpool, and progressed through St Agnes Church Choir and the Cavern Club to the Cambridge Footlights. Singing his songs in pubs and clubs led to appearances on the Today programme in the 1960s, and thence to Nationwide and That’s Life, as well as several series of his own.

In the 1980s he was involved in the writing of Cats, Starlight Express and The Phantom of the Opera, which continue to play all over the world. Cats and Starlight Express were the longest and second-longest running shows in British theatre history. Schools perform his musicals Bodywork and Brilliant the Dinosaur and a new work, Exit Allan, was performed at the International Festival of Musicals at Cardiff in 2002. He has presented the Schools Proms since 1988, and passed his 200th appearance on Countdown.

In 1982, Richard and Peter Skellern appeared in the Royal Variety Performance. Standing star-struck in the wings watching Ethel Merman, they said, ‘We really ought to do something together’. Nothing happened until 1984, when the Lord’s Taverners brought them together for what has become an enduring part-time double act. They have toured the UK, Australia, Hong Kong, Gibraltar, Rome and Stockholm. The year 2000 saw the first of several farewell tours, and an appearance together at the Royal Variety Performance.

In 1998, Richard founded the Orpheus Centre, which provides opportunities for disabled people to take part in the performing arts. Its students now appear all over the country, including the Royal Opera House, the Notting Hill Carnival and the Glastonbury Festival.

He has two Tony nominations, three Monte Carlo Prizes, a Prix Italia, an Honorary Doctorate and an O.B.E. He was recently President of the Lord’s Taverners. His hobbies are architecture, demolition (he owns a Komatsu P.C.120 digger), cricket, sailing and his family, none of whom told him he was going to be the subject of This is Your Life in 2001.

Laurence Connor

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Director

Laurence Connor

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Director

Credits include: The new version of Miss Saigon (Broadway, West End, UK Tour and Worldwide), School of Rock (Broadway and West End), Les Misérables (Broadway and Australia), Jesus Christ Superstar (UK and Australian Arena Tour), the spectacular new production of The Phantom of the Opera (UK Tour), Oliver! (UK Tour). Laurence is also the Co-Director of the new version of Les Misérables (Worldwide). He directed the 25th Anniversary concert of The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall and the 25th Anniversary concert of Les Misérables at the O2 in London both of which were simultaneously broadcast in cinemas worldwide and subsequently released on DVD. DVD credits include: Jesus Christ Superstar (World Arena Tour), The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary Concert (Royal Albert Hall), Les Misérables (O2 Arena).

Awards include: Miss Saigon – UK/ Manchester Evening News Award for Best Touring Musical, Korea/Best New Foreign Production and Best Ensemble in a Musical, Australia/The Green Room Award for Best Director of a Musical; Les Misérables – UK/Best Musical at the Manchester Evening News Awards.

Scott Ambler

in the role of

Choreographer

Scott Ambler

in the role of

Choreographer

As a member of Matthew Bourne’s company since 1991, Scott created many roles including The Prince in Swan Lake. Choreography includes The Hostage (RSC); Mrs Hartley and the Growth Centre (BBC); I Giganti della Montagne and La Calisto (Musica nel Chiostro – Batignano); Die Stein der Weisen (Garsington); Time and the Conways (National Theatre); Enron (Chichester/ RoyalCourt/ West End/Broadway); Sondheim’s Passion (Donmar Warehouse); Earthquakes in London (National Theatre/UK Tour); Lord of the Flies (New Adventures – Theatre Royal Glasgow); The Merchant of Venice (RSC); Decade (Headlong); The Phantom of the Opera (UK Tour); Chariots of Fire (Hampstead/Gielgud – Olivier Nominee); Richard II (BBC); Der Zigeunerbaron (Stadttheater Klagenfurt); This House (National Theatre); #AIWW (Hampstead); Candide (RSC); Wonderland (Hampstead); Oppenheimer (RSC/Vaudeville); The Wasp (Hampstead Downstairs/Trafalgar Studios); King John (Royal and Derngate/Shakespeare’s Globe); Pride and Prejudice (Shef eld Crucible); Medea (Almeida); Hapgood (Hampstead). Scott is an Associate Artist with Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures.

Paul Brown

in the role of

Set Design

Paul Brown

in the role of

Set Design

Born in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, Paul trained under Percy Harris, Motley design course.

Theatre credits include: As You Desire Me, The Country Wife, The Sea, Marguerite (West End); The Tempest, Naked, Richard II, Coriolanus, King Lear, Platonov (Almeida); Emperor and Galilean, The False Servant, Oedipus (National Theatre); Hamlet (Tokyo); Giselle (La Scala). Opera credits include: Otello (Zurich); Aida (Bregenzer Festspiele); Die Gezeichneten (Teatro Massimo, Palermo); The Fairy Queen, Pelleas et Melisande, Lulu, The Turn of the Screw, Don Giovanni (Glyndebourne Festival Opera); Mitridate, re di Ponto, Falstaff, Tosca, I Masnadieri, The Midsummer Marriage (Royal Opera, Covent Garden); King Arthur (Chatelet); Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, Moses und Aron (Metropolitan Opera, New York); Die Zauber öte (Salzburg); Peter Grimes, Parsifal (Paris Opera); Don Carlos (Sydney); Tristan und Isolde (Deutsche Oper, Berlin); Rigoletto (Madrid); Thais (Chicago); Katya Kabanova, Lucio Silla, The Tempest, The Marriage of Figaro (Santa Fe); L’incoronazione di Poppea (Bologna); La Traviata (Arena di Verona); Anna Bolena (Verona); Mephistopheles (Amsterdam); The Magic Flute (Bolshoi); Die Frau ohne Schatten, Elektra (Mariinsky, St Petersburg); He Had It Coming, Fidelio (Birmingham Opera Company); Tannhauser (San Francisco); Zemire et Azor, Tom Jones (Drottningholm Court Theatre); Vanessa (Los Angeles). Films include: Up at the Villa.

Maria Björnson

in the role of

Costume Designer

Maria Björnson

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Costume Designer

Maria Björnson (1949-2002) designed extensively for theatre, opera and ballet. She received numerous awards for her The Phantom of the Opera designs, among them two Tony Awards, two Outer Critics’ Circle Awards and two Drama Critics’ Awards, all for Best Set and Costume. Other theatre credits include Aspects of Love, Follies, The Cherry Orchard, Measure for Measure, The Blue Angel, Camille, Hamlet, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Way of the World, Plenty, Phèdre, Britannicus, The Lulu Plays, Creditors, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Lonely Road and The Cherry Orchard.

Opera work includes productions at The Royal Opera House, La Scala, Bastille Opera, Teatro Verdi Maggio Musicale Florence, Teatro Carlo Felice, Batignano, Glyndebourne, Geneva, English National Opera, Netherlands Opera, Opera North, Welsh National Opera and Scottish Opera.

Additional awards include the Silver Medal for the Janacek Competition Prazké Quadriennale (1983); the Observer’s Experts’ Expert, The Designers’ Designer, in recognition of her contribution to theatre design (1990); and the 19th Franco Abbiato Prize (1999).

At the time of her death, Maria had completed designs for The Trojans (The Met), The Little Prince (Houston Grand Opera) and the set designs for Il Trovatore (Paris Opera), all three directed by Francesca Zambello.

Paule Constable

in the role of

Lighting Designer

Paule Constable

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Lighting Designer

Recently: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Cripple of Inishmaan and Peter and Alice for the Michael Grandage Company; The Light Princess for the National Theatre; the new production of Les Mis. She has received Olivier Awards for His Dark Materials (NT, 2005), Don Carlos (West End, 2006), The Chalk Garden (Donmar, 2009) and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night in 2013 plus the 2011 Tony® Award for Best Lighting for War Horse on Broadway and an LA Critics Circle Award 2011 for Les Mis and in 2013 for War Horse. Her opera designs have been seen all over the world; recently Figaro, Die Meistersinger and Billy Budd (Glyndebourne); Medea (ENO) and Anna Bolena, Don Giovanni, Satyagraha and at the Metropolitan Opera. Dance: Sleeping Beauty and Dorian Gray for Matthew Bourne.

Mick Potter

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Sound Design

Mick Potter

in the role of

Sound Design

BA Honours degree in Creative Design at the Central School of Art and Design London.

Mick has designed the sound for numerous world premiere productions including: Saturday Night Fever (London, New York and worldwide), Bombay Dreams (London, New York), The Woman In White (London, New York), the largest ever production of Phantom Of The Opera (Las Vegas), the critically acclaimed West End production of Evita (London), Zorro The Musical (London, Paris and worldwide), Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit productions of The Sound Of Music (London, Toronto, UK Tour) and Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London), Sister Act (London, Hamburg, and worldwide), Les Misérables International 25th Anniversary Production (London, New York, UK Tour, USA Tour, Japan, Australia), the world premiere of Love Never Dies (London, Australia, Japan), Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production of The Wizard of Oz (London, Toronto, US Tour), Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Miss Saigon (London, Tokyo and worldwide), Betty Blue Eyes (London), the Les Misérables 25th Anniversary Celebration at the 02 Arena (London), The Phantom Of The Opera 25th Anniversary Celebration at the Royal Albert Hall (London), Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of The Phantom Of The Opera (UK Tour, US Tour), the Broadway revival of Evita (New York, US Tour), Barnum (Chichester, UK Tour), From Here To Eternity (London).

Mick has created all new sound designs for the current London and New York productions of The Phantom Of The Opera and Les Misérables, as well as the current London production of Miss Saigon.

Awards include the 2005 Olivier Award in the UK for Best Sound Design for the London Production of The Woman In White, the 2006 Parnelli Sound Designer Of The Year Award in the USA for The Phantom Of The Opera in Las Vegas and the 2011 Green Room Award in Australia for Best Sound Design for Love Never Dies.

Christine Rowland

in the role of

Costume Coordinator for the late Maria Björnson

Christine Rowland

in the role of

Costume Coordinator for the late Maria Björnson

Has worked in both subsidized and commercial theatre. She was resident costume supervisor at the National Theatre for several years and was head of costume at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Work for Cameron Mackintosh includes: Carousel (London, New York, Japan); Oliver! (London, Toronto, Sydney); The Witches of Eastwick (London, Melbourne); My Fair Lady (London, US Tour) and Mary Poppins (London, New York). Other musicals include: The Secret Garden (RSC, London); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London, New York) and Gypsy (New York).

Nina Dunn

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Video & Projection Design, for Knifedge

Nina Dunn

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Video & Projection Design, for Knifedge

Recent projects for theatre and opera include: Aida (Royal Albert Hall); Backbeat (Duke of York’s Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Mariinsky Theatre); Emperor and Galilean (National Theatre); Northern Ballet’s Cleopatra; The Armstrong and Miller Live UK comedy tour and Katy Brand’s UK comedy tour (Mick Perrin); and this production of Richard Strauss’ Die Frau ohne Schatten (Mariinsky Theatre) that won Golden Mask Awards for Best Opera Production and Best Design. Recent live events include: Wella’s ITVA Awards and trend catwalk show in Paris; illuminations at St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, for the new St John’s Bible launch; projection design for the opening ceremony of the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Doha; and a courtyard installation for Hermes in the Musee de la Chasse in Paris. Forthcoming projects include: The Flying Dutchman (ENO) and La Boheme (WNO).

Paul Kieve

in the role of

Illusion Consultant

Paul Kieve

in the role of

Illusion Consultant

West End includes: Ghost – the Musical (and Broadway), Matilda, Zorro, The Tempest, The Lord of the Rings, Our House, The Witches of Eastwick, Scrooge, The Witches, The Woman in White. RSC: The Winter’s Tale, The Cherry Orchard, The Tempest (Sam Mendes). National Theatre: Theatre of Blood, La Grande Magia, Mrs Afeck, Her Naked Skin. Opera: L’Heure Espagnole (ROH); Das Rheingold (Strasbourg); Macbeth (Hamburg). Ballet: Alice in Wonderland (Royal Ballet & ENB); Aladdin (Scottish Ballet). Arena tours: Holiday on Ice, Batman Live. TV: “Cranford,” “I’d Do Anything,” BBC’s “History of Magic,” “Heroes of Magic.” Film: Hugo, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Book: Hocus Pocus (Bloomsbury).

Received British Magical Society Award for outstanding contribution to magic and is a gold star member of the Inner Magic Circle. stageillusion.com

Angela Cobbin

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Hair and Wig Creator

Angela Cobbin

in the role of

Hair and Wig Creator

Ms. Cobbin’s extensive career includes Madame Tussaud’s, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and National Theatre, where productions include Guys and Dolls, Richard III, and The Madness of George III. Royal Shakespeare Theatre: The Seagull and The Beckets. West End: The Iceman Cometh, Lulu, Ivanov, Orpheus Descending, To the Green Fields Beyond, The Graduate, Chicago, Lenny, Jesus Christ Superstar, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and Ragtime. For Cameron Mackintosh: The Witches of Eastwick, Mary Poppins (London, New York, Holland, Tours), Betty Blue Eyes, Les Misérables (2011), The Phantom of the Opera (2012 U.K. tour), Oliver (U.K. tour). Bregenz Festival: Fidelio and Porgy and Bess. Film: Saint Ex and Clandestine Marriage. Television: “Spitting Image,” “Bramwell,” and “Dylan Thomas—Return Journey.”

“Best wig I’ve ever seen” —Barry Humphries.

David Cullen

in the role of

Orchestrations

David Cullen

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Orchestrations

Theatre: David Cullen has worked mainly as an orchestrator of musicals, most notably those of Andrew Lloyd Webber – Cats, Starlight Express, Song & Dance, The Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, Sunset Boulevard, By Jeeves, Whistle Down the Wind and The Beautiful Game. Other musicals which he has orchestrated include Abbacadabra, Jeeves, Shogun the Musical (in New York), Children of Eden, Edna – The Spectacle, Stepping Out and three London revivals – Can-Can, The Baker’s Wife and Carmen Jones.

Records which he has arranged include the America album by the King’s Singers, Christmas with Kiri by Kiri Te Kanawa and I Am What I Am by Shirley Bassey. He both arranged and produced the albums Music of the Night for Cantabile and Lloyd Webber Plays Lloyd Webber for Julian Lloyd Webber.

Film and television: Jesus Christ Superstar (Really Useful Films). David has orchestrated much film and television music for Carl Davis – Show People, The Crowd, The Thief of Baghdad, Our Hospitality and Champions. He provided the orchestrations for the Disney productions of Cinderella and Geppetto. He has contributed original themes and incidental music to three television series – The Bretts, Relative Strangers and Surgical Spirit.

Awards: He won the New York Drama Desk Award for his orchestrations of The Phantom of the Opera and was nominated again the following year for Aspects of Love. David lives in East Sussex with his wife Jessie and children Poppy and Richard.

John Rigby

in the role of

Musical Supervisor

John Rigby

in the role of

Musical Supervisor

As a musical director/conductor his credits include: the German productions of Miss Saigon and Starlight Express; the West End productions of Beautiful and Damned, Carmen Jones, Carousel (Opera North), The Drowsy Chaperone, The King and I, Sinatra at the Palladium, The Last Empress, Marguerite, Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera, Peter Pan, The Pirates of Penzance and The Producers. As musical supervisor his credits include: Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Miss Saigon (West End); the UK Tours of The Producers, The King and I, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, The Poor Soldier, Cameron Mackintosh’s 25th Anniversary UK Tour of The Phantom of the Opera and the arena world tour of Jesus Christ Superstar starring Tim Minchin and Melanie C. He regularly conducts many of the UK’s major orchestras. He recently conducted Die Fledermaus for Opera Holland Park (London) and is currently supervising the UK production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock.

 

He holds an Honorary Doctorate in Arts from Edge Hill University.

Matthew Bourne

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Production Overseen By

Matthew Bourne

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Production Overseen By

Matthew Bourne is widely hailed as the UK’s most popular and successful Choreographer/ Director. He is the creator of the world’s longest running ballet production (Swan Lake), a five time Olivier Award winner and the only British director to have won the Tony® Award for both Best Choreographer and Best Director of a Musical. He has been Artistic Director of New Adventures (formally Adventures in Motion Pictures) since 1987. During this time, Bourne has created new audiences for dance with groundbreaking work both at home and internationally, including Nutcracker!, Highland Fling, Swan Lake, Cinderella, The Car Man, Play Without Words, Edward Scissorhands, Dorian Gray and Sleeping Beauty. Bourne choreographed several major revivals of classic musicals including Cameron Mackintosh’s productions of Oliver! (1994 and 2009), My Fair Lady (2002). In 2004, Bourne co-directed (with Richard Eyre) and choreographed (with Stephen Mear) the West End and Broadway musical, Mary Poppins.

Really Useful Theatre Co.

in the role of

Producer

Really Useful Theatre Co.

in the role of

Producer

The Really Useful group is Andrew Lloyd Webber’s theatre producing and rights licensing company and controls the theatrical rights for all of Andrew’s works, including The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita and School of Rock. The Really Useful Group reached over 20 million people across the globe last year from live theatre and concert audiences, cinemagoers, television viewers and music fans, to social media and art lovers.

2017 sees The Really Useful Group continue to work across film, television and theatre as it produces and develops new projects and partnerships worldwide alongside its ongoing work in education, amateur licensing and music publishing.

Seth Sklar-Heyn

in the role of

Associate Director

Seth Sklar-Heyn

in the role of

Associate Director

Broadway: The Phantom of the Opera (Production Supervisor), Evita (Associate Director), A Little Night Music (Associate Director), Finian’s Rainbow (Associate Director), Good Vibrations (Associate Director), Mary Stuart (Assistant Director), Rock’n’Roll (Assistant Director), Frost/Nixon (Assistant Director), The Coast of Utopia (Assistant to the Director). U.S. Tour: Billy Elliot (Resident Director). Seth directed the U.S. Tour of Frost/Nixon and the current U.S. Tour of Evita. Seth serves as Executive Producer for Cameron Mackintosh Inc. in N.Y. Graduate of Vassar College.

Nina Goldman

in the role of

Associate Choreographer

Nina Goldman

in the role of

Associate Choreographer

Broadway: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Contact, Swan Lake, The Red Shoes, The Phantom of the Opera. Off-Broadway: Belle Epoque, The Dybbuk, Bloomergirl. Matthew Bourne’s Edward Scissorhands, The Car Man. Regional: The Little Dancer (Kennedy Center), The Shape She Makes (ART). Royal Opera House, Great Lakes Theater Festival, National Ballet of Canada, Feld Ballets, Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal. Film/TV: Swan Lake 3D, The Metamorphosis, Fame. Sarah Lawrence faculty. Hunter College Arnhold Dance Education Graduate student.

Jamie Johns

in the role of

Musical Director

Jamie Johns

in the role of

Musical Director

Composer/conductor/pianist, Jamie’s new set of piano pieces, “Calendar,” is available on iTunes. Previously: Resident Music Director – Skylight Opera Theatre; Director of Opera and Musical Theatre – University of Wisconsin; Education Director – Orlando Opera. Regional Opera: Romeo and Juliette; Carmen; The Marriage of Figaro; La Traviata. Regional musical theater: Avenue Q; No, No, Nanette; Rent; Cabaret; The Last Five Years. jamiejohnsmusic.com

Max Quinlan

in the role of

Resident Director

Max Quinlan

in the role of

Resident Director

Les Misérables (Broadway). Director: Detroit (Guild Hall, East Hampton), Ragtime (Brooklyn Players Theatre).  Max serves as a Musical Theatre audition coach in New York City. As a performer, he has been seen on Broadway (Les Misérables); National Tours (Evita, Ragtime); and Regional (The Marriott Theatre, Drury Lane Oakbrook, MSMT, TATC, Ravinia and The MUNY). Proud member of AEA and graduate of CCM. Love and thanks to his wife, dog, family and friends.  maxquinlan.net

Tara Rubin Casting

in the role of

Casting

Tara Rubin Casting

in the role of

Casting

Selected Broadway: School of Rock, Dr Zhivago, It Shoulda Been You, Gigi, Bullets Over Broadway, Aladdin, Mothers and Sons, Les Misérables, Big Fish, How to Succeed.., A Little Night Music, Billy Elliot, Shrek, Guys and Dolls, Young Frankenstein, Mary Poppins, Spamalot, …Spelling Bee, The Producers, Mamma Mia!. Off-Broadway: Here Lies Love, Old Jews Telling Jokes, Love, Loss, and What I Wore. Regional: Yale Repertory, Paper Mill Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe.

Joel T. Herbst

in the role of

Company Manager

Joel T. Herbst

in the role of

Company Manager

Go Goslings!

Heather Chockley

in the role of

Production Stage Manager

Heather Chockley

in the role of

Production Stage Manager

Is a proud member of AEA and IATSE. She has toured extensively, both nationally and internationally, with The Sound of Music, Cats, Sweet Charity, The King and I, Fiddler on the Roof, and the 25th Anniversary Production of Les Misérables among others. Much love to her husband, family and friends.

Mitchell B. Hodges

in the role of

Stage Manager

Mitchell B. Hodges

in the role of

Stage Manager

Broadway: Cabaret, Twelfth Night and Richard III. Tours: Matilda, Once, Les Misérables 25th An- niversary, Million Dollar Quartet, Phantom of the Opera (Music Box Co.), West Side Story and We Will Rock You. Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, Music Theatre of Wichita. Love to Edwin and my Parents. Go Blue!!

Michelle Dunn

in the role of

Assistant Stage Manager

Michelle Dunn

in the role of

Assistant Stage Manager

Broadway: The Lion King, Jumpers, Bridge and Tunnel, Dance of the Vampires. National Tours: The Lion King, Hairspray, Dreamgirls. Other credits in- clude Houston Ballet and Disney Cruise Line. Love and thanks to my family for your never ending sup- port. For Dad.

Stephanie Halbedel

in the role of

Assistant Stage Manager

Stephanie Halbedel

in the role of

Assistant Stage Manager

Credits include NETworks Tours Dirty Dancing, Beauty and the Beast, Blue Man Group, and Shrek, as well as shows throughout the North- east and New York. Much love and many thanks to SM goddesses Cibelli & Chockley.

Broadway Booking Office NYC

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Press and Marketing

Broadway Booking Office NYC

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Press and Marketing

Is a leading theatrical tour booking, marketing and press company representing award-winning musicals and plays. Currently: Jersey Boys, Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Matilda The Musical, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, The Sound of Music, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I, Fun Home, Love Never Dies, Into The Woods and The Rat Pack is Back!. bbonyc.com

Seth Wenig

in the role of

Executive Producer

Seth Wenig

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Executive Producer

Has been with NETworks since its inception in 1995. He spearheaded the international tours of Fosse starring Ben Vereen and Ruthie Henshall. Seth has produced The Lincoln Center Theatre’s Production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Paci c, Disney’s Beauty and The Beast and The National Theatre’s War Horse. Together with Cameron Mackintosh, Seth served as Executive Producer for both the US and UK tours of the National Theatre’s My Fair Lady, The 25th Anniversary US tour of Les Misérables and the new The Phantom of the Opera tour. He is most proud of his greatest productions—Marlo and Camden.

Networks Presentations LLC

in the role of

Producer

Networks Presentations LLC

in the role of

Producer

From its inception over 20 years ago, has been an industry leading producer and manager of touring musical theatre productions and remains committed to delivering quality entertainment to audiences worldwide. Having toured over 70 productions internationally, NETworks current touring productions include Cameron Mackintosh’s The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Elf the Musical, Finding Neverland, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Dirty Dancing, The Sound of Music and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I.

Now Touring Across North America