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THE TONY AWARD®-WINNING BEST PLAY RETURNS TO LONDON

The Tony Award®-winning Best Play makes a triumphant return to London's West End following an acclaimed season in Los Angeles and a highly lauded run on Broadway. Directed by Academy Award®, Tony Award® and Golden Globe winner Sam Mendes, The Lehman Trilogy is an extraordinary feat of story-telling told in three parts on a single evening, starring Michael Balogun (Death of England: Delroy, Macbeth), Hadley Fraser (The Antipodes, Coriolanus) and Nigel Lindsay (The Pillowman, A Small Family Business) as the Lehman brothers, their sons and grandsons.  Hailed by The New York Times as a 'genuinely epic production,' The Lehman Trilogy is the story of a family and a company that changed the world.

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. 

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BSL performance - Saturday 11th March, 1pm
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Cast & Creative

Michael Balogun
Emanuel Lehman

Michael Balogun

Emanuel Lehman

Michael Balogun

Michael Balogun trained at RADA. His work in theatre includes Death of England: Delroy (title role) and Macbeth at the National Theatre; Blue/Orange at the Royal & Derngate; UK tours of People, Places and Things and Barber Shop Chronicles; Macbeth at Chichester; and The Dark at Ovalhouse. TV includes Top Boy, You Don't Know Me, Vera, Casualty and War of the Worlds.

Mayer Lehman

Hadley Fraser

Mayer Lehman

Hadley Fraser

Hadley Fraser’s work in theatre includes The Antipodes at the National Theatre; The Deep Blue Sea and The Pajama Game at Chichester; Saint Joan, City of Angels, Coriolanus and The Vote at Donmar Warehouse; Long Day’s Journey into Night at Bristol Old Vic; The Machine at Manchester International Festival and Park Avenue Armory, NYC; A Christmas Carol at Birmingham Rep; The Shaughraun at Abbey, Dublin; Assassins at Sheffield Crucible; Pacific Overtures at Leicester Haymarket; Longitude at Greenwich; The Last 5 Years at Theater Aspen, Colorado; The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary at the Royal Albert Hall; Les Misérables 25th Anniversary at the O2 Arena; The Pirate Queen on Broadway; and 2:22 A Ghost Story, City of Angels, Young Frankenstein, The Winter’s Tale, Harlequinade, Les Misérables, The Fantasticks, The Pirates of Penzance, Peter Pan and The Far Pavilions in the West End. TV includes The Gold, Gentleman Jack, Decline and Fall, The Wrong Mans, Endeavour, Holby City, Doctor Who, Pompidou, Him and Sons of Liberty. Film includes All Is True, Murder on the Orient Express, The Legend of Tarzan and Les Misérables. Hadley Fraser wrote the book and lyrics for the musical Committee… for the Donmar Warehouse.

Henry Lehman

Nigel Lindsay

Henry Lehman

Nigel Lindsay

Nigel Lindsay’s work in theatre includes A Small Family Business, The PillowmanThe London Cuckolds, Blue Remembered Hills and Dealer’s Choice (also West End) at the National Theatre; Richard II at the RSC; Woman in Mind at Chichester; The Trials, The Same Deep Water as Me and The Real Thing (also West End and Broadway) at the Donmar Warehouse; Faith Healer (Irish Times nomination, Best Supporting Actor) at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin; God of Carnage at Theatre Royal Bath; Harrogate, Sucker Punch, Push Up and King Lear at the Royal Court; Guys and Dolls at the Phoenix and the Piccadilly; Bull at the Young Vic; Speed-the-Plow at the Playhouse; title role in Shrek the Musical (Olivier and WhatsOnStage nominations, Best Actor in a Musical) at Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Broken Glass (WhatsOnStage Award, Best Supporting Actor) at the Kiln; Under the Blue Sky at the Duke of York’s; The HomecomingAwake and Sing (WhatsOnStage nomination, Best Supporting Actor), RomanceThe Earthly Paradise and The Tower at the Almeida; The Tempest at the Old Vic; and Bedroom Farce at the Aldwych. TV includes: The CaptureThis Time with Alan PartridgeThe Salisbury PoisoningsTin StarThe Last KingdomMagnum PINo OffenceSafeWhite GoldInnocentUnforgottenVictoriaFoyle’s War, Poirot, The Tunnel, Brass Eye, Best of Men, The Fear, Spooks, Waking the Dead, Rome and A Dance to the Music of TimeFilm includes Alan Partridge: Alpha PapaBreakfast with Johnny WilkinsonFour Lions (British Comedy Awards nomination for Best British Comedy Performance in Film), First NightScoopMike Bassett: England ManagerOn A Clear Day and Rogue Trader. Nigel Lindsay has also worked extensively on radio.

Principal Pianist

Yshani Perinpanayagam

Principal Pianist

Yshani Perinpanayagam

As a multi-genre chamber musician, orchestral pianist and music director, Yshani Perinpanayagam has performed at venues and events such as Wigmore Hall, the London Palladium, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and Barbican Mime Festival and with artists including the Philharmonia and Nina Conti. She is pianist of the Del Mar Piano Trio and Carismático Tango Band, and a regular guest broadcaster on BBC Radio 3. Yshani Perinpanayagam was music director for triple-Olivier winning production of Emilia at the Vaudeville; Goat for Rambert Dance Company; circus troupe Circa at the Barbican; and Olivier Award-winning Showstopper! The Improvised Musical. She was Consultant MD for Olivier Award-winning Wolf Witch Giant Fairy at the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Theatre. Most recently, she was MD/pianist for Lost Dog's Ruination at the Linbury. She has premiered music by Charlotte Bray, Joe Cutler, Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Gavin Higgins, Hannah Kendall and Benjamin Oliver. As a composer herself, commissions include works for the London Sinfonietta, Onyx Brass, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, and music for a play about Fanny Mendelssohn. Yshani Perinpanayagam was winner of the tenth Yamaha Birmingham Accompanist of the Year Award, and was a scholar at the Royal College of Music.

Janitor and Understudy Emanuel Lehman

Ravi Aujla

Janitor and Understudy Emanuel Lehman

Ravi Aujla

Ravi Aujla’s work in theatre includes What the Butler Saw for Leicester Curve and Theatre Royal Bath; The Tempest at Hippodrome Circus; The Three Lions at the St James, on tour and at The Pleasance, Edinburgh; The Westbridge and Free Outgoing  at the Royal Court; As You Like It at the Rose, Kingston; Commercial Road at Hackney Empire; Antony and Cleopatra, The Tempest and Julius Caesar at the RSC and in the West End; Midnight's Children at the RSC, the Barbican and Harlem Apollo; Unsuitable Girls at Leicester Haymarket and Lyric Hammersmith; Magic Box and Colour of Justice (also National Theatre) at Tricycle; River on Fire at Lyric; A Midsummer Night's Dream for Shakespeare Link; Wicked Yaar at the National Theatre; Untouchable for Tamasha and Riverside; and The Mousetrap, The Lehman Trilogy (also Park Avenue Armory), The Kite Runner (also tour) and Indian Ink in the West End. TV includes Slow Horses, House of the Dragon, The Nevers, Get Even, Flowers, HG Wells, Killing Jesus, Casualty, Silent Witness, Doctors, EastEnders, Sadie Jones, Eldorado, Coronation Street, The Bill, Shelley, Peak Practice, Capital City, Family Pride and Family Affairs. Film includes Kandahar, Sisi and I, What's Love Got to Do With It?, The Eternals, Accident Man, Phantom, Common People, Will, I'll Be There, Jinnah and London.

Understudy Mayer Lehman

Will Harrison-Wallace

Understudy Mayer Lehman

Will Harrison-Wallace

Will Harrison-Wallace trained at ALRA. His work in theatre includes The Lehman Trilogy at the National Theatre (also Piccadilly and Park Avenue Armory, New York); The Odd Couple, Moonlight and Magnolias and A Match Made in Heaven at Frinton Summer Repertory; Hamlet on UK tour; Noye’s Fludde at Backheath Halls Opera; Merchant of Venice at London Contemporary; Heartbreak Hotel at The Jetty, Greenwich; Peckham – The Soap Opera at the Royal Court; A View from the Bridge at The Broadway, Catford; The Water Engine at the Old Vic; Richard III on UK tour; and The Shark Is Broken in West End and Toronto. TV includes Killer Cops and The Snipist. Film includes Spin State, The Holly Kane Experiment and Guardians of the Galaxy. Radio includes The Corrupted, Beyond the Time Machine, Frankenstein, Jamaica Inn, Mrs Warren’s Profession, Barred and Blood Brothers. Videogames include Divinity – Original Sin II, The Assembly, Assassins Creed – Chronicles, Old Gods Rising, Aces & Adventures, Murderous Muses and Lords of the Fallen.

Understudy Henry Lehman

Leighton Pugh

Understudy Henry Lehman

Leighton Pugh

Leighton Pugh trained at LAMDA. His work in theatre includes The Lehman Trilogy (also Park Avenue Armory, New York), The Habit of Art (also on tour), Rocket to the Moon and A Woman Killed with Kindness at the National Theatre; There at the Royal Court; Faustus at the Etcetera; Macbeth and True West at the English Theatre, Essen; and The Birthday Party at the Harold Pinter. TV includes 50 Ways to Kill Your Lover, Grandpa in my Pocket and Fingersmith. Radio includes Words and Music: Dante, Scenes from Provincial Life, Murder by the Book, Gawain and the Green Knight and The Tragical Adventures of Heinrich von Kleist. He has recorded audio dramas for Big Finish Productions and narrated more than a hundred unabridged audiobooks including titles by Pepys, Owen Jones, Yanis Varoufakis, Peter James and Gerald Seymour.

Understudy Pianist

Erika Gundesen

Understudy Pianist

Erika Gundesen

Canadian pianist and conductor, Erika Gundesen is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she was awarded a Masters in Piano Performance and an Artist Diploma in Opera Studies. She was also awarded an assistant conductor fellowship at the Guildhall in 2017. Erika Gundesen was a National Opera Studio Young Artist 2017–2018, a Britten Pears Young Artist in 2019, and a Scottish Opera Emerging Artist 2018–2019. She currently works as a freelance répétiteur and music director for opera and theatre productions in London. Recent work includes Tutankhamun’s Shoes for English Touring Opera; Come Bargain with Uncanny Things for Virtually Opera; Salome, Mavra/Pierrot Lunaire and Seven Deadly Sins/Mahagonny at the Royal Opera House; Bette Midler and Me at Edinburgh Fringe; La donna del lago at Buxton Opera; Broken Wings and Queen of the Mist at Charing Cross Theatre; The Rhythmics at Southwark Playhouse; The Gondoliers, L’elisir d’amore, The Magic Flute, Kát’a Kabanová and Rigoletto at Scottish Opera; A Christmas Carol at the Dominion; Jesus Christ Superstar for Young Actors Theatre; Sweeney Todd and My Fair Lady for Geoids Musical Theatre; and Whistle Down the Wind, Little Shop of Horrors, RENT, Parade, Carrie, West Side Story and Oliver! for Vivo d’Arte.

Author

Stefano Massini

Author

Stefano Massini

Stefano Massini is the first Italian author to receive a Tony Award. He is a novelist and playwright, who regularly contributes to the Italian newspaper La Repubblica. For several years he has served as artistic consultant at Piccolo Teatro di Milano – Teatro d'Europa. His works, including The Lehman Trilogy, have been translated into 27 languages, and his plays have been performed in more theatres around the world than those of any other living Italian writer, produced as far afield as Iran and Korea, and staged by directors such as Luca Ronconi and Sam Mendes. Other selected works include Intractable Woman, Ladies Football Club and 7 Minutes. He has won numerous Italian and foreign awards, including the Premio Vittorio Tondelli, the Premio Ubu, the Tony Award, the Drama Guild Award and the Outer Critics Circle Award. Qualcosa sui Lehman (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. He has just finished creating a new 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. Since 2010, he has worked with the National Theatre, including six years as Deputy Artistic Director and two years programming The Shed. In addition to The Lehman Trilogy, his adaptations for the National Theatre include DH Lawrence's Husbands & Sons, Euripides' Medea and Ibsen's Emperor & Galilean. He has worked as dramaturg and writer for companies such as the RSC, Complicité and Headlong, where he was Associate Director and created adaptations of Pirandello's Six Characters in Search of an Author and Marlowe's Dr Faustus. Work on screen includes his BAFTA longlisted adaptation of Robert Harris' Munich: Edge of War for Netflix and the BAFTA winning BBC Shakespeare adaptation, The Hollow Crown

Director

SAM MENDES

Director

SAM MENDES

Sam Mendes founded and ran the Donmar Warehouse in London for ten years. He was the founding director of Neal Street Productions and The Bridge Project. His work has been seen at the National Theatre, RSC, Royal Court, Old Vic, Young Vic, BAM, the West End and on Broadway. Films include American Beauty, Road to Perdition, Jarhead, Revolutionary Road, Away We Go, Skyfall, Spectre 1917 and most recently Empire of Light. Awards include the Academy Award for Best Director and Best Picture and three other Academy Award nominations, five BAFTA Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, three Tony Awards, five Olivier Awards, the Olivier Special Award, three Evening Standard Awards, two Directors Guild of America Awards, the PGA award, the Jason Robards Award, and the Hamburg Shakespeare Prize. He has also won the Director's 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

Artist and designer Es Devlin’s recent works include the large-scale choral sculpture ‘Come Home Again’ at the Tate Modern Garden, which fused drawings and voices of 243 endangered London species; Conference of the Trees, which brought together 197 trees at COP26; Memory Palace at Pitzhanger Manor; and Forest of Us at Superblue Miami, alongside new works by TeamLab and JamesTurrell. Her recent theatre work includes The Crucible 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. Devlin has conceived stage sculptures with Beyoncé, The Weeknd, U2, Kanye West, Saint Laurent, Dior and the 2021 and 2022 Super Bowl halftime shows featuring Dr Dre, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem as well as Olympic Ceremonies in London and Rio. She was the first woman to design the UK Pavilion at EXPO 2020 and her practice was the subject of the Netflix documentary series Abstract: The Art of Design, her design for The Lehman Trilogy won the 2022 Tony and she has previously been awarded the London Design Medal, three Olivier Awards, doctorates from the universities of Bristol, Kent and UAL and a CBE.

Costume Designer

Katrina Lindsay

Costume Designer

Katrina Lindsay

Katrina Lindsay is a set and costume designer working internationally in theatre, opera, ballet and film. Recent costume designs include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the West End, on Broadway and worldwide; Tammy Faye at the Almeida; 101 Dalmatians at Regent’s Park; Burn(with Alan Cumming) for the National Theatre of Scotland/Edinburgh International Festival; Hamlet (with Benedict Cumberbatch as Hamlet) at the Barbican and broadcast on National Theatre Live; American Psycho at the Almeida and on Broadway. As set and costume designer at the National Theatre work includes Small Island, Hex, Three Sisters, Mosquitoes, Behind the Beautiful Forevers and London Road; plus production designer on the film of London Road (Cuba Pictures). Costume designs for opera include Terry Gilliam’s Damnation of Faust and Benvenuto Cellini for the ENO and around the world. Katrina Lindsay won the 2008 Tony Award, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk awards for Outstanding Costume for Les Liaisons Dangereuses on Broadway and the 2017 Olivier Award and 2018 Tony Award for Best Costume Design for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. 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, Everyone’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 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. He has designed extensively in the West End, on Broadway, for the National Theatre, Royal Opera House, RSC and with many other companies in the UK and internationally. Theatre includes The Lehman Trilogy (Tony Award) at the National Theatre, in the West End, on Broadway and in LA; The Shark is Broken in the West End and North America; Eureka Day at the Old Vic; Cyrano de Bergerac in the West End, Glasgow and New York; The Inheritance (Olivier Award and Tony Award) at the Young Vic, on Broadway and in the West End; The Commitments in the West End; and Betrayal and King Charles III on Broadway and in the West End. Opera includes Hamlet at Glyndebourne and the Metropolitan Opera; The Exterminating Angel at the Metropolitan Opera, Royal Opera House and Saltzburg Festival; Król Rogerat the Royal Opera House and Sydney Opera House.

Composer and Sound Designer

Nick Powell

Composer and Sound Designer

Nick Powell

Nick Powell’s work in theatre includes The Glass Menagerie, The Mirror and the Light and The Nether in the West End; The Lehman Trilogy (also West End and USA), The Tell-Tale Heart and Othello for the National Theatre;Julius Caesar at the Bridge Theatre; The Ferryman at the Royal Court, in the West End and on Broadway; The Glow, X, Unreachable, Narrative and Get Santa! at the Royal Court; Peter Pan, Lord of the Flies and The Crucible at Regent’s Park; Lanark: A Life in Three Acts at Edinburgh International Festival; Dunsinane (also UK tour), A Life of Galileo and The Drunks for the RSC; Realism and The Wonderful World of Dissocia for National Theatre of Scotland; Urtain and Marat-Sade at Animalario, Madrid; ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore for Cheek by Jowl; and The Wolves in the Walls for Improbable. Nick Powell’s band OSKAR has released two LP’s and produced soundtracks for Prada. His 2021 solo LP Walls Fall Down was followed by instrumental LP, Music from the Black Box in 2022. 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 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 in 2016. 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 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 Musical for 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 as a musical director includes To Kill a Mockingbird at the Gielgud; Jews. In Their Own Words at the Royal Court; The Lehman Trilogy on Broadway, in the West End, at the National Theatre and Park Avenue Armory, New York; Black Love and The Seven Ages of Patience at Kiln; The Wizard of Oz (as musical supervisor) at Leeds Playhouse; King Lear at the Duke of York's; Carmen - The Gypsy on UK tour; Peter Pan at Regent's Park; The Little Mermaid for Metta on UK tour; The Shadow Factory at Nuffield Southampton; Queen Anne at the RSC and Theatre Royal Haymarket; Woyzeck at the Old Vic; Hecuba, The Witch of Edmonton, The Heresy of Love and The Heart of Robin Hood at the RSC; and The Tempest for the RSC (US Suitcase tour). As composer, her work includes The Little Prince at Taunton Brewhouse / Metta; Zeraffa Giraffa for Little Angel and Omnibus; Buckets at the Orange Tree; 4 Pepys at 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 The Wind in the Willows for Iris Theatre; Macbeth for Shakespeare in Styria; Once Upon a Time a BookTrust tour; and The Hostage at Southwark Playhouse.

Movement Director

Polly Bennett

Movement

Polly Bennett

Polly Bennett is a movement director, choreographer and practitioner. Work for theatre includes Patriots and House of Shades at the Almeida; Cyrano de Bergerac at the Playhouse; Botticelli in the Fire and Hysteria at Hampstead; Peter Gynt (also Edinburgh International Festival), Rutherford and Son, The Lehman Trilogy (also West End and Park Avenue Armory), The Great Wave, The Deep Blue Sea, People, Places and Things (also St Ann’s Warehouse, New York and in the West End) and Pomona (also Royal Exchange and Orange Tree) at the National Theatre; and Sweat at the Donmar Warehouse and in the West End. TV includes Kaos, Nolly, Wolf, The Great (series 1, 2 and 3), The Crown (series 3, 4, 5 and 6), One Normal Night and Killing Eve. Film includes Saltburn (forthcoming; movement coach and choreographer), Lady Chatterley’s Lover (forthcoming; movement coach and choreographer), Elvis (movement coach and head of choreography), I Wanna Dance with Somebody (forthcoming; movement coach and choreographer), Chevalier (movement coach), No Time to Die (movement coach to Rami Malek), Mogul Mowgli (movement coach to Riz Ahmed), Bohemian Rhapsody (movement coach to Rami Malek), The Little Stranger (choreographer) and Stan & Ollie (assistant choreographer).

West End Director

Zoé Ford Burnett

West End Director

Zoé Ford Burnett

Zoé Ford Burnett has worked as director and associate director on productions at the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Donmar Warehouse, Shakespeare's Globe, Arcola Theatre, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, Barbican, Broadway, West End and Los Angeles. Theatre includes Machinal, Close Quarters, 1984, Octavia, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Hamlet, Sonnets, Richard III, A Life in Theatre, Romeo and Juliet, Titus Andronicus, Blood Wedding and School for Scandal.

Voice Coach

Charmian Hoare

Voice Coach

Charmian Hoare

Charmian Hoare trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Her work for the National Theatre includes Jack Absolute Flies Again, Our Generation (also for 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, Angels in America, Pinocchio, Network, John, The Great Wave, Absolute Hell and Translations. Other recent work in theatre includes Singin’ in the Rain at Sadler’s Wells; Local Hero, 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 Bees at New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich; Fatal Attraction in the West End and on UK tour; Road at the Royal Court; Kiss Me Kate and Frost Nixon at Sheffield Crucible; Curtains on UK tour; The Rubinstein Kiss at Southwark Playhouse; Jesus Hopped the A Train at the Young Vic; The Treatment and Against at the Almeida; 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 Bonnie & Clyde, Company and The Comeback in the West End.

Casting

Jessica Ronane CDG

Casting

Jessica Ronane CDG

Jessica Ronane's work at the Old Vic includes The Dumb WaiterFaith HealerEndgame/Rough for Theatre IIA Christmas CarolLungsA Very Expensive PoisonPresent LaughterAll My SonsThe American ClockSYLVIAA Monster CallsMood MusicFanny & AlexanderWoyzeckRosencrantz & Guildenstern are DeadKing LearThe CaretakerThe Master Builder, Dr. Seuss’s The LoraxThe Hairy ApeFuture ConditionalGirl from the North Country (also West End) and The Divide (also Edinburgh International Festival). Other recent theatre includes The Glass Menagerie in the West End. TV includes Brideshead Revisited (forthcoming), True Detective: Night Country (forthcoming) and The Amazing Mr. Blunden. Film includes Good Grief (forthcoming), Mickey 17 (forthcoming), Parliament Square (forthcoming), The Kid Who Would Be KingEmma and Rumpelstiltskin.

Associate Director

Rory McGregor

Associate Director

Rory McGregor

Rory McGregor is a British theatre director based in New York and London. He was the assistant director for The Lehman Trilogy on Broadway and in Los Angeles. Recent directing credits include the US premiere of Buggy Baby at APAC, New York; the world premiere of Interior at 59E59 Theaters, New York; Macbeth at Connelly, New York; and The Great Divide at the Finborough. As associate director work includes Sea Wall/A Life at The Public Theater and on Broadway; Ink on Broadway; and M. Butterfly on Broadway. He 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. He holds an MFA in Theatre Directing from Columbia University.

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