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  • A MASTERWORK AND A MUST-SEE’
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  • A GENUINELY EPIC PRODUCTION. BEHOLD IT WITH WONDER’
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THE TONY AWARD®-WINNING BEST PLAY RETURNS TO LONDON

The landmark National Theatre and Neal Street production of The Lehman Trilogy, directed by Academy Award®, Tony Award®, and Golden Globe winner Sam Mendes, returns to the Gillian Lynne Theatre for a strictly limited encore season this autumn. Hailed by The New York Times as 'a genuinely epic production', The Lehman Trilogy is a sweeping story of a family spanning generations and a company that changed the world.

John Heffernan, Aaron Krohn and Howard W. Overshown bring their 'virtuosic performances' (The Mercury News) to London, following a critically acclaimed run in San Francisco, playing the Lehman brothers, their sons and grandsons in this thrilling 'tour de force of acting talent.' (KQED Radio)

On a cold September morning in 1844, a young man from Bavaria stands on a New York dockside dreaming of a new life in the new world. He is joined by his two brothers, and an American epic begins. 163 years later, the firm they establish - Lehman Brothers - spectacularly collapses into bankruptcy, triggering the largest financial crisis in history.

Limited season begins 24 September at the Gillian Lynne Theatre.

Cast & Creative

Henry Lehman

John Heffernan

Henry Lehman

John Heffernan

John Heffernan's work in theatre includes Much Ado About Nothing, Saint George and the Dragon, Edward II (Evening Standard Theatre Award nomination for Best Actor) and She Stoops to Conquer for the National Theatre; Oppenheimer for the RSC; Nachtland and Macbeth at the Young Vic; Love and Information at the Royal Court; A Slight Ache at Harold Pinter; and The Hothouse at Trafalgar Studios. TV includes A Gentleman in Moscow, This Town, Becoming Elizabeth, The Pursuit of Love, Dracula, Brexit - The Uncivil War, Collateral and The CrownFilm includes The Duke, The Banishing, Misbehaviour and Official Secrets.

Aaron Krohn
Mayer Lehman

Aaron Krohn

Mayer Lehman

Aaron Krohn

Aaron Krohn

Aaron Krohn's work in theatre includes The Lehman Trilogy, The Height of the Storm, Summer, Cabaret, Macbeth, The Farnsworth Invention, The Coast of Utopia, Julius Caesar, Henry IV and The Invention of Love on Broadway; Spamalot, The Homecoming, Twelfth Night and Henry V at Stratford Shakespeare Festival; As You Like It, The Tempest, The Winter’s Tale and The Cherry Orchard for the Bridge Project; Coriolanus at the Red Bull; Clive for the New Group; The Glass Cage and Echoes of the War for Mint Theatre Company; Philoktetes for La MaMa; and multiple productions at The Ahmanson, La Jolla Playhouse, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Westport Country Playhouse, Hartford Stage, TUTS, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, The Old Globe and The Alley Theatre. TV includes Fosse/Verdon, I Love You But I Lied, Boardwalk Empire, Law & Order: SVU and Welcome to New York. Recordings with his band, Notes from Underground, include an EP - Rock, Pith & Brevity. Aaron Krohn has been a teaching artist for New York’s Epic Theatre Ensemble since 2001. He has a Master of Fine Arts from The Old Globe.

Howard W. Overshown
Emanuel Lehman

Howard W. Overshown

Emanuel Lehman

Howard W. Overshown

Howard W. Overshown’s work in theatre includes The Lehman Trilogy at the Ahmanson, Los Angeles; Richard III on international tour; The Tempest at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival; Much Ado About NothingKing JohnHamlet and Richard III at the Folger, Washington; The Great White Hope and Passion Play at Arena Stage; Clybourne Park for Pioneer Theatre Company; A Trip to Bountiful at the Cleveland Play House; Radio Golf at the Stiemke Studio, Milwaukee; Death of a Salesman at Yale Rep; Art at Two River; The Christians and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at Center Stage, Baltimore; Beauty on the VineBlueYellowManPassageNever The Sinner and Orlando off-Broadway; and A Soldier’s PlayJulius CaesarSaint JoanA View From the Bridge and Free Man of Color on Broadway. TV includes The Marvelous Mrs. MaiselGirls5evaBlue BloodsThe AffairLaw & Order: SVULaw & Order: Criminal IntentMadame SecretaryFosse/VerdonBullKings, White Collar, Unforgettable and Allegiance. Film includes Pride and GloryBody of Lies13Never HereGrand Street and Lost Cat Corona. Howard W. Overshown was awarded the Ten Chimneys Fellowship in 2018.

Principal Pianist

Cat Beveridge

Principal Pianist

Cat Beveridge

Cat Beveridge is a conductor and pianist. She trained as a repetiteur with the Royal Opera House Jette Parker Young Artists Programme, with English National Opera, as an Associate Artist with Welsh National Opera and at the Royal College of Music and Royal Northern College of Music. Her work in theatre includes, as musical director, Roald Dahl’s The Witches at the National Theatre; South Pacific at Chichester and Sadler’s Wells; Little Shop of Horrors at Regent’s Park; and Aspects of Love in the West End; as musical supervisor, Legally Blonde at Regent’s Park; as associate MD, Hexat the National Theatre; Gypsy at the Royal Exchange; The Light in the Piazza at the Royal Festival Hall; Committee at Donmar Warehouse; and An American in Paris in the West End. As cover MD, The Phantom of the Opera on UK tour; and Les Misérables and Matilda in the West End. Opera includes, as assistant conductor, La traviata at the Royal Opera House; Street Scene at Opera North; and Oklahoma! at Grange Park Opera. Cat Beveridge’s recordings include South Pacific live stream, Ariadne auf Naxos with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, The Tempest for the Royal Opera House and the 2014 London cast album of Miss Saigon.

Alternate Pianist

Anyssa Neumann

Alternate Pianist

Anyssa Neumann

Anyssa Neumann studied at the Manhattan School of Music, University of Oxford, Université de Montréal and King’s College London, where she earned a PhD in musicology in 2017, focusing on music in the films of Ingmar Bergman. In 2023, she completed a post-doctoral research position at Uppsala University. Anyssa Neumann is a concert pianist and academic and has performed internationally at venues and events such as St Martin-in-the-Fields, St James Piccadilly, Holywell Room, Mazzoleni Hall, Uppsala Cathedral, the Helsingborg Classical Music Festival and the Sacramento Bach Festival. Recent performances include Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with orchestras in California and Sweden; Bach’s Goldberg Variations in the UK, Sweden and Norway; and recitals in Rome, London, San Francisco, Los Angeles and the Pacific Northwest. Anyssa joined the company of The Lehman Trilogy in 2024, performing as Alternate Pianist at Theatre Royal Sydney and A.C.T. San Francisco. She is thrilled to continue with the production in the Gillian Lynne Theatre.

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Playwright

Stefano Massini

Playwright

Stefano Massini

Stefano Massini is a novelist, playwright and a writer for the Italian newspaper La Repubblica. His works include The Lehman Trilogy, Intractable Woman, Ladies Football Club and 7 Minutes. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Premio Vittorio Tondelli, the Premio Ubu, Tony Award, Drama Guild Award and Outer Critics Circle Award. The Lehman Trilogy won the Selezione Campiello Prize, the Super Mondello Prize, the De Sica Prize, the Prix Médicis Essai and the Prix Meilleur Livre Étranger. Stefano Massini is currently working on a multi-part play about the history of the atomic bomb, entitled Manhattan Project.

Adaptor

Ben Power

Adaptor

Ben Power

Ben Power is a Tony Award-winning writer for theatre, television and film. His plays for the National Theatre include London Tide, The Lehman Trilogy, Husbands & Sons, Medea and Emperor and Galilean. He has been an Associate of the National Theatre since 2010, including six years as Deputy Artistic Director and two years programming The Shed. Previously, he was Associate Director at Headlong and for the company adapted Six Characters in Search of an Author, Paradise Lost and Faustus. Other theatre includes A Tender Thing for the RSC and dramaturgy on A Disappearing Number for Complicité. His work on screen includes the award-winning film Munich: Edge of War for Netflix and The Hollow Crown for the BBC.

Director

SAM MENDES

Director

SAM MENDES

Sam Mendes founded and ran the Donmar Warehouse in London for ten years. He was a founding director of Neal Street Productions. His work has been seen at the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Court, Old Vic, Young Vic, Brooklyn Academy of Music, the West End and on Broadway. Most recently he has directed The Motive and the Cue at the National Theatre and in the West End, The Lehman Trilogy and The Ferryman in both London and New York and opened The Hills of California in the West End earlier this year. Films include American Beauty, Road to Perdition, Jarhead, Revolutionary Road, Away We Go, Skyfall, Spectre, 1917 and Empire of Light. Film awards include the Academy Award for Best Director and Best Picture, three other Academy Award nominations, five BAFTA Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, two Directors Guild of America Awards and the Producers Guild of America Award. In theatre, he has won five Olivier Awards, the Olivier Special Award, six Tony Awards, four Evening Standard Awards, and the Hamburg Shakespeare Prize. He has also won the Directors Guild Award for lifetime achievement. He is an Honorary Fellow of the National Film and Television School, and a Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge. He was made a CBE in 2000 and knighted in 2020 for services to drama.

Set Designer

Es Devlin

Set Designer

Es Devlin

Es Devlin is an artist and designer. Her recent work in theatre includes The Lehman Trilogy (also in the West End and on Broadway; Tony Award), The Motive and The Cue, Dear England, The Crucible, Light Shining in Buckinghamshire and Ugly Lies the Bone at the National Theatre; A Number at the Old Vic; Girls and Boys and The Nether at the Royal Court; Faith Healer at the Donmar; Hamlet at the Barbican; and Chimerica at the Almeida. Other designs and collaborations include Come Home Again for the Tate Modern; Conference of the Trees for COP26 in Glasgow; Memory Palace for Pitzhanger Manor; Forest of Us which forms part of the inaugural exhibition at Superblue Miami; stage sculptures for Beyoncé, The Weeknd, U2, Kanye West, Saint Laurent and Dior; the 2021 and 2022 Super Bowl halftime shows; Olympic ceremonies in London and Rio; and the UK Pavilion at EXPO 2020. Es Devlin has been awarded The London Design Medal, three Olivier awards, doctorates from the universities of Bristol, Kent and UAL, and a CBE. Her practice was the subject of the Netflix documentary series Abstract: The Art of Design.

Costume Designer

Katrina Lindsay

Costume Designer

Katrina Lindsay

Katrina Lindsay is a set and costume designer working internationally in theatre, opera, ballet and film. Her work in theatre includes, as costume designer: The Motive and the Cue at the National Theatre and in the West End; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Olivier Award and Tony Award for Best Costume Design) in the West End, on Broadway and worldwide; Mean Girls in the West End; Tammy Faye and American Psycho (also Broadway) at the Almeida; 101 Dalmatians at Regent’s Park; Burn for the National Theatre of Scotland and Edinburgh International Festival; Hamlet at the Barbican; and Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Tony Award, Outer Critics Circle Award and Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Costume) on Broadway; as set and costume designer: Hex, Small Island, Three Sisters, Mosquitoes, Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Death and the King’s Horseman and London Road at the National Theatre. Opera credits include Terry Gilliam’s Damnation of Faust and Benvenuto Cellini for the English National Opera and around the world. Film includes London Road (as production designer). Katrina Lindsay is an associate of the National Theatre and a member of the theatre design collective Scene/Change.

Video Designer

Luke Halls

Video Designer

Luke Halls

Luke Halls' designs for theatre and opera include West Side Story on Broadway; The Starry Messenger, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, The Moderate Soprano, Frozen, The Lehman Trilogy, 2071 and The Nether in the West End; Miss Saigon in Austria, Japan, Broadway and on UK tour; Linda and Girls & Boys at the Royal Court; Magic Mike Live at the London Hippodrome; The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage and My Name is Lucy Barton at the Bridge; Lucia di Lammermoor at Metropolitan Opera and LA Opera; Boris Godunov at Teatro alla Scala; Don Giovanni and Like Water for Chocolate at the Royal Opera House; Carmen and Madama Butterfly at Bregenzer Festspiele; and Atlas at the LA Philharmonic. Halls has designed visuals for Adele, Rihanna, Robbie Williams, Pet Shop Boys, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, U2, Paris Fashion Week, Frameless Immersive Art Experience, FIFA World Cup Opening Ceremony 2022, Olympic Paralympic 2012 closing ceremonies and Pan American Games 2019 opening ceremony. Halls has received a 2020 Drama Desk Award for West Side Story, Knight of Illumination Awards in 2014, 2015 and 2016, and a BAFTA for The Cube.

Lighting Designer

Jon Clark

Lighting Designer

Jon Clark

Jon Clark is an award-winning lighting designer. His work in theatre includes The Effect, Dear England (also Prince Edward), The Motive and the Cue (also Noël Coward), The Lehman Trilogy (also Gillian Lynne and Broadway; Tony Award© and Outer Critics Award), Amadeus, ANNA, Othello and Hamlet at the National Theatre; The Inheritance (also Broadway; Olivier Award) and The Jungle (also St. Ann’s Warehouse, New York) at the Young Vic and in the West End; Cyrano de Bergerac in the West End and at Brooklyn Academy of Music; Evita at Regent’s Park; The Lorax at the Old Vic, in the US and Toronto; The Shark is Broken, Betrayal, King Charles III in the West End and on Broadway; Stranger Things: The First Shadow at the Phoenix; A Doll’s House on Broadway; and multiple collaborations with the Royal Shakespeare Company and many other companies in the UK and internationally. Opera includes Pique Dame at Bayerische Staatsoper; Hamlet (also Glyndebourne) and The Exterminating Angel (also Royal Opera House and Saltzburg Festival) at the Metropolitan Opera; Written on Skin at Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, the Royal Opera House, Lincoln Center and internationally. Dance includes LORE for Wayne McGregor at La Scala, Milan; and The Cellist for Cathy Marston at the Royal Ballet. Jon Clark won a Green Room Award for Krol Roger in Australia.

Composer and Sound Designer

Nick Powell

Composer and Sound Designer

Nick Powell

Nick Powell’s work in theatre includes The Hills Of California (Trafalgar/ Broadway); A Mirror (Almeida/West End); The Girls of Slender Means, Alice in Wonderland (The Lyceum, Edinburgh); The Glass Menagerie, The Nether (Duke of York’s); The Mirror and the Light (Gielgud); Cuckoo, The Glow, Bad Roads, Unreachable, X (Royal Court); The Ferryman (Royal Court/ Gielgud/ Broadwayl); The Tell-Tale Heart, Othello (National Theatre); Julius Caesar (Bridge Theatre); Beginners (Unicorn Theatre); Peter Pan, Lord of the Flies (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); People, Places and Things (Stadsteatern AB, Stockholm); City of Glass (HOME, Manchester/ Lyric Hammersmith); The Inn at Lydda (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Haunting of Hill House (Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse); Lanark (Citizens Theatre/ Edinburgh International Festival); Wolf Hall, Bring up the Bodies (RSC/ Aldwych Theatre/ Broadway). Nick’s music is available on online on all platforms under his own name and as OSKAR, and this September sees the release of mini-LP ‘Atomised’ from his project Eyecandy. In 2017, he scored Bloom, the opening event of the Edinburgh International Festival and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao’s 20th anniversary celebration ‘Reflections’. He composed music for half of Frameless, the ongoing immersive exhibition in the West End. His chamber piece ‘Cold Calling: The Arctic Project’ was presented at the Birmingham Rep with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. He scored the film Un efecto óptico and was music consultant on 1917. nickpowell.online

Co-Sound Designer

Dominic Bilkey

Co-Sound Designer

Dominic Bilkey

Dominic Bilkey is a Tony and Olivier nominated sound designer and is currently Head of Sound and Video at the National Theatre. He recently retired as Chairperson of the Association of Sound Designers and was a recipient of the Technical Theatre Awards (TTA) for Outstanding Achievement in Sound. He is actively involved in the teaching of sound and associated technologies at a number of UK universities. Sound design for online includes Original Readings, Viral (online film), Apollo 13 and Birdsong Online for Original Theatre. Sound designs for theatre include Stumped and Into the Night for Original Theatre Hybrid; Death of a Salesman (soundscape designer) for Elliott Harper Productions; Pippi Longstocking the Musical at the Royal & Derngate; Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella at Windsor Theatre Royal; The Lehman Trilogy (co-sound designer) at the National Theatre, in the West End and on Broadway; Peter Pan at the National Theatre and Troubadour White City; Shadowlands and Flarepath for Birdsong Productions; Jane Eyre at the National Theatre, Bristol Old Vic and on tour; Pinocchio for Guy James and Szpiezak Productions; Tommy the Musicalfor Aria Entertainment, Guy James and Szpiezak Productions; and Birdsong for Birdsong Productions/Original Theatre.

Music Director

Candida Caldicot

Music Director

Candida Caldicot

Candida Caldicot’s work in theatre includes, as musical director: The Lehman Trilogy (also West End, Broadway and Los Angeles) at the National Theatre; Queen Anne (also West End), Hecuba, The Witch of Edmonton, The Heresy of Love and The Heart of Robin Hood for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Jews. In Their Own Words at the Royal Court; Black Love(also Paines Plough) and The Seven Ages of Patience at the Kiln; The Wizard of Oz at Leeds Playhouse (as musical supervisor); Carmen – The Gypsy on UK tour; Peter Pan at Regent’s Park; The Little Mermaid at Metta and on UK tour; The Shadow Factory at The Nuffield; Woyzeck at the Old Vic; Snow White and Beauty and the Beast at The Lighthouse; It’s a Mad World My Masters for English Touring Theatre; Love’s Labour's Lost for Oxford Shakespeare Company; Galileo at Birmingham Rep; Bed and Sofa at Finborough; The Vaudevillians at The Lowry and Charing Cross Theatre; A Strange Loop at the Barbican and in the West End; and The Hills of California, An Enemy of The People, To Kill a Mockingbird, King Lear and Beyond The Fence in the West End. As composer, her credits include, The Little Prince at Taunton Brewhouse and Metta; Zeraffa Giraffa for Little Angel and Omnibus; Buckets at the Orange Tree; 4 Pepys for Wilderness Festival; Hansel and Gretel, Treasure Island, Much Ado About Nothing, Pinocchio, Richard III, Alice in Wonderland, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Romeo and Juliet and Wind in the Willows at the Iris; Macbeth for Shakespeare in Styria; Once Upon a Time at Booktrust tour; The Tempest and The Hostage at Southwark Playhouse. Recordings include The Little Prince (as composer), The Lehman Trilogy (solo piano), Prodigy (as orchestrator/music director) and The Battle of Boat (as music director).

Movement Director

Polly Bennett

Movement Director

Polly Bennett

Polly Bennett’s recent work in theatre includes Peter Gynt (also Edinburgh International Festival), Rutherford andSon, The Lehman Trilogy (also West End and Park Avenue Armory), The Great Wave, TheDeep Blue Sea and People, Places and Things (also St Ann’s Warehouse, New York and in the West End) for the National Theatre; House of Shades at the Almeida; Botticelli in the Fire and Hysteria at Hampstead; Venice Preserved, Maydays, Salomé, Henry V (at Shanghai Arts Centre) and AMidsummer Nights Dream for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Sweat at the Donmar; The Village at Stratford East; White Teeth at Kiln; As You Like It and ToKill a Mockingbird (also UK tour) at Regent’s Park; Circle Mirror Transformation at Home, Manchester; Tell Me the Truth About Love at Sage for Streetwise Opera; Touch at Soho Theatre; Tribes at Sheffield Crucible; Woyzeck at the Old Vic; A Streetcar Named Desire at the Royal Exchange; Yen (also Royal Exchange) and Plaques and Tangles at the Royal Court; The Lion, the Witch and theWardrobe and The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (also West Yorkshire Playhouse) at Birmingham Rep; The Angry Brigade (UK tour) and Mudlarks at the Bush; and Patriots, Cyrano de Bergerac, Travesties, Sweat, Don Juan in Soho, DoctorFaustus and The Maids in the West End. Television includes Black Doves, The Listeners, A Gentleman in Moscow, Kaos, Nolly, Wolf, The Great, The Crown, One Normal Night and Killing Eve. Film includes Deadpool 3, Bob Marley: One Love, Saltburn, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Elvis, Pieces of a Woman, I Wanna Dance with Somebody, Chevalier, No Time toDie, Mogul Mowgli and Bohemian Rhapsody.

Casting

Naomi Downham 

Casting

Naomi Downham

Naomi Downham is currently Casting Associate at the National Theatre. Her most recent work as a casting director includes Underdog: The Other Other Brontë, The House of Bernarda Alba and The Crucible (also at the Gielgud) at the National Theatre; Brown Boys Swim at Soho Theatre; Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Christie Trialat the Ambassadors; Athena at The Yard; and Hamletand Jekyll and Hyde on school tours for the National Theatre. As casting associate, credits include The Motive and the Cue, Othello, The Corn is Green, The Normal Heart and The Ocean at the End of the Lane (also West End) for the National Theatre. Film includes Death of England: Face to Face.

Casting

Bryony Jarvis-Taylor

West End Director

Rory McGregor

West End Director

Rory McGregor

Rory McGregor is a British theatre director based in New York and London. He holds an Masters of Fine Arts in Theatre Directing from Columbia University. His work in theatre includes, as an associate director: The Lehman Trilogy (also West End and Broadway) for the National Theatre; Sea Wall/A Life, Ink and M. Butterfly on Broadway. As director, No Good Things Dwell in the Flesh at A.R.T., New York; Buggy Baby at Astoria Performing Arts Centre, New York; Interior at 59E59, New York; Macbeth at The Connelly, New York; and The Great Divide at the Finborough, London. Rory McGregor was previously an Artistic Apprentice at Roundabout Theatre Company, an Artistic Associate of Classic Stage Company, a Directing Fellow at Manhattan Theatre Club and is currently an Artistic Representative on the Young Partner’s Board at the Public Theater.

Associate Video Designer

Zakk Hein

Associate Lighting Designer

Charlotte Burton

Dialect Coach

Charmian Hoare

Dialect Coach

Charmian Hoare

Charmian Hoare trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Her work in theatre includes Till the Stars Come Down, Jack Absolute Flies Again, Our Generation (also Chichester), Antipodes, The Deep Blue Sea, Angels in America, Consent, Peter Gynt, War Horse, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, I’m Not Running, Stories, The Lehman Trilogy, Barber Shop Chronicles, Peter Pan, Ugly Lies the Bone, Pinocchio, Network, John, The Great Wave, Absolute Hell and Translations at the National Theatre; White Christmas at Sheffield Crucible; Quiz on UK tour; Singin’ in the Rain at Sadler’s Wells; The Taxidermist’s Daughter, The Unfriend, South Pacific, Me and My Girl, Fiddler on the Roof, Plenty, Macbeth, This is My Family, Present Laughter and The Country Wife at Chichester; The Birds and the Beesat the New Wolsey, Ipswich; Fatal Attraction and Curtains on UK tours; Jesus Hopped the A Train at the Young Vic; Private Lives, Sweat, Welcome Home, Captain Fox! and One Night in Miami at the Donmar; Blue Door and Abigail’s Party at Theatre Royal Bath; The Light in the Piazza at the Royal Festival Hall; and Walden, Bonnie & Clyde, Companyand The Comeback in the West End.

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