David trained at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) and has since forged careers in both acting and music, performing at every major Arena in the UK, as well as The National Theatre and in the West End.
He is best known for his lead roles in the multi-award-winning West End musicals, Once, Kinky Boots, and Waitress.
David gained national notoriety during his time on ITV’s Superstar as he competed to play the role of Jesus in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ground-breaking musical, Jesus Christ Superstar. He performed live in front of millions of viewers, reaching the semi-finals and receiving high praise throughout.
David’s West End credits include Waitress (Adelphi Theatre), Kinky Boots (Adelphi Theatre), Once (Phoenix Theatre), One Man, Two Guvnors (Adelphi Theatre), Songs For A New World (Palladium), Tommy (Prince Edward Theatre) and Seussical (Arts Theatre).
Other theatre credits include One Man, Two Guvnors (National Theatre/UK Tour), Waitress (UK Tour), The Hired Man (Leicester Curve/Colchester Mercury), The Space Between (Online), Pub (Royal Exchange), Spinach (Royal Exchange) and The Mayor Of Zalamea (Liverpool Everyman).
Film and TV credits include Nativity 3 (Mirrorball), Holby City (BBC), Doctors (BBC) and Superstar (ITV).
As the frontman of Pop/Rock band ‘Reemer’, David recorded with the producers responsible for records by The Rolling Stones and The Who, before earning huge support slots, playing alongside The Feeling, Scouting for Girls and McFly on their full UK Arena Tour.
David has released two EPs of original music, Silver Linings (2018) and Play (2021), as well as a podcast celebrating ten years since Superstar entitled Jesus Christ Supercast. All of which are available now on download and streaming sites.
Theatre includes: Joanna originated the role of Clare in the world premiere of The Time Traveller’s Wife (Storyhouse, Chester), understudied and played Vivian Ward in Pretty Woman: The Musical (Piccadilly Theatre & Savoy Theatre), Emily in Zombies: The Musical and Eulpha Miziam in Confessions (The Other Palace), Mary in The Life (Southwark Playhouse), understudied and played Carole King in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre), Margaret in Fings Ain’t Wot They Used T’Be (Theatre Royal Stratford East), u/s Beth/Meg/KT in Merrily We Roll Along (Menier Chocolate Factory and Harold Pinter Theatre) Tinker Bell in Lost Boy (Finborough Theatre and Charing Cross Theatre), Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors (Kilworth House Theatre), Princess in Sleeping Beauty and Puss in Boots (Newbury Corn Exchange), Kimberley in Pages: Promised Land (Union Theatre), Glauke in Medea, Princess Atlanta in The Adventures of Jason and the Argonauts (Scoop Amphitheatre).
Workshops include: Flippy Lonsdale in Carry On Boris, Sugar Kane in Sugar, What’s New Pussycat? directed by Scott Ellis, T’Aint A Bird directed by Tamara Harvey, Lost Boy (Liverpool Everyman), Chaosbaby (NT Studio), Painted Lady: The Princess Cariboo Scandal (Bristol Old Vic).
Other credits include: The Black Cat Cabaret Presents Halcyon Nights (Crazy Coqs), Mum’s The Word (Crazy Coqs), Carole King in Concert (BST, Hyde Park), The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable (Punchdrunk/National Theatre), The Wam Bam Club (Royal Albert Hall), An Evening of Burlesque (National and Italian Tour), The Hurly Burly Show (Duchess Theatre).
Training: Central School of Speech and Drama.
Tim Mahendran plays the breakout role of Nelly in Avalon and Channel 4’s comedy THE HORNE SECTION.
Previously seen in STATH LETS FLATS (Roughcut / BBC), Tim has been highlighted by The Guardian as ‘one to watch in 2023’.
A graduate of Mountview, Tim made his professional debut in SPRING AWAKENING for Luke Sheppard before playing Raj in THE MIDNIGHT CHILDREN for Chichester Festival Theatre. Tim went on to originate the role of Francois in the multi-award winning & JULIET in the West End.
He follows this by originating the role in the Dave Stewart and Joss Stone penned TIME TRAVELLER’S WIFE for Bill Buckhurst.
Training: Mountview Theatre Arts and The Brit School
Credits include: Pritti Pasha in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (West End & LA), Millennials (The Other Palace), Secretary in Lift (Southwark Playhouse), Brooklyn in Brooklyn The Musical (Greenwich Theatre), Fiver (Southwark Playhouse), Antony & Cleopatra (National Theatre), Princess Jasmine in Aladdin (Australia), Mrs Santiago/Understudy Molly in Ghost the Musical (Asia), The Sound Of Music: Live (ITV), featured soloist in Friday Night is Music Night for BBC Radio 2 and Bend it Like Beckham (workshop).
Original albums: Broken wings, Fiver, In the Willows
Training: Arts Ed
Theatre credits include: Newsies (Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre) Original London cast Snyder and resident director, The Time Traveller’s Wife (Storyhouse, Chester) Original cast Henry’s Dad, Bonnie & Clyde (The Arts Theatre) Original cast Resident director and played Captain Frank Hamer, Rock of Ages (UK Tour) Dennis Dupree, Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre) Monsieur Richard Firmin, The Rink (Southwark Playhouse) Lino & Dino’s Father, Girl from the North Country (Noel Coward Theatre), Charlie & the Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal Drury Lane) Original cast Jerry & went on to play Mr Salt, Shrek the Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane) Big Bad Wolf , Passion (Donmar Warehouse) Lieutenant Barri, Spamalot (Palace Theatre) Sir Robin, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium), Starlight Express (Apollo Victoria) Flat Top, Saturday Night Fever (London Palladium), Evita (UK Tour), Singing in the Rain (UK Tour), Sound of Music (Cheltenham Everyman) Rolf Gruber.
Film credits include: Rocketman (Paramount Pictures)
Workshop: Henry’s Dad – Time Traveller’s Wife, Professor – Ordinary World, Jerome K Jerome – Finding Neverland
Television credits include: Victoria Woods Midlife Christmas, The Bill
Other: Adele Wembley concert 2017, Mary Poppins Returns vocalist
Sorelle trained at The Guildford School of Acting.
THEATRE: Mary in Come Dine With Me (MT Fest 2023, Turbine Theatre, London), Henry’s Mom in The Time Traveller’s Wife (Storyhouse, Chester), Bonnie & Standby in Come From Away (Phoenix Theatre, West End), Dora Bailey/Miss Dinsmore in Singin’ In The Rain (The Mill at Sonning), Alternate Donna in Mamma Mia! (West End), Female Authority Figure in Hairspray (Leicester Curve), Tessie in White Christmas (Edinburgh Festival Theatre), Vicky Monroe in Stand Up (Floral Pavilion, Wirral), Tessie in White Christmas (Lowry Theatre), Paulette in Legally Blonde (Savoy, West End) Saleswoman/Mom u/s Paulette and Vivienne in Legally Blonde (Savoy, West End), Swing u/s Dead Mam in Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace, West End), Anya in Fiddler On The Roof (UK Tour), Miss Bell in Fame (UK Tour), Madame Le Grande Bouche in Disney’s Beauty & The Beast (UK Tour), Alternate to Marti Webb in Tell Me on a Sunday (UK Tour), Ensemble in South Pacific (Symphony Hall, Birmingham), Hutton in Into Thin Air (New Players Theatre, London), Rizzo in Grease (Opera House, Jersey) and Evie in Victor Victoria (Bridewell, London).
Film and Television: Romantic Getaway (Ranga Bee), The Bower (Marco Alessi), Language Of Love (SVT), The Snowman (Working Title Films), Asylum (Paramount), The Old Curiosity Shop (Disney), Eastenders (BBC), Midsomer Murders (ITV), Casualty (BBC), Emmerdale (ITV), The Royal (ITV).
Radio: Women of an Uncertain Age and The Outside Child for the BBC.
Theatre includes: Claus (The Lowry); The Time Traveller’s Wife (Storyhouse, Chester); A Final Farewell (Tara Arts); The Children (English Theatre of Frankfurt); This Beautiful Future (The Yard Theatre); Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Criterion Theatre); Flowers of the Forest (Jermyn Street Theatre); Pygmalion, Home, Blithe Spirit - Manchester Evening News Best Actress Award nomination for role as Madame Arcati (Oldham Coliseum); Rhinoceros, The Arsonists (Royal Court); Annie, Peter Pan, David Copperfield, A Small Family Business (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Sunken Garden (English National Opera); Stallerhof (Southwark Playhouse); Guys and Dolls (National Tour); Platonov (Almeida); A Christmas Carol (Liverpool Playhouse); Once in a Lifetime, Company, Sweet Charity, Accrington Pals - Manchester Evening News Best Actress Award for the season of plays (Library Theatre Manchester); Chorus of Disapproval, Revengers Comedies, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, The Linden Tree, The Dining Room (The Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough).
Film and Television includes: Romantic Getaway (Ranga Bee); The Bower (Marco Alessi); Language Of Love (SVT); The Snowman (Working Title Films); Asylum (Paramount); The Old Curiosity Shop (Disney); Eastenders (BBC); Midsomer Murders (ITV); Casualty (BBC); Emmerdale (ITV); The Royal (ITV).
Radio includes: Women of an Uncertain Age and The Outside Child for the BBC.
Training: London College of Music
Theatre Credits: Patrick Star (The SpongeBob Musical UK Tour), King James (The New Musketeers, Trinity Theatre), Splat (Aliens who saved Christmas, Trinity Theatre), Raj/Flávio (Gangsta Granny UK Tour), Raj (Billionaire Boy, Garrick Theatre, London), Father (Ishq the Musical, Sadler’s Wells theatre).
TV and Film credits include: Shop Manager (Breeders, Sky), Saleem (Eastenders, BBC), Dancer/Funny Guy (Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again!).
Theatre includes: Narrator in Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat UK Tour, Cher in Clueless: The Musical (UK Workshop), Bat Out Of Hell (West End/ Australasian Tour) Scherzzo/1st Cover Raven
Alex is really excited to be working on a new musical surrounded by such an extraordinary team. She would like to thank her parents and grandparents for teaching her the love of music, and for their endless support of every single performance.
Training: Arts Educational Schools, London.
Theatre includes: Jay Osmond in the original cast of The Osmonds (UK & Ireland Tour), Link Larkin in Hairspray (Kilworth House Theatre), understudied and played Elder Price at over 200 performances of The Book Of Mormon (Prince of Wales, West End), Charles & u/s Leading Player in Pippin (Charing Cross, London), A Christmas Carol (Dominion, West End), Ledoux & u/s Strat in Bat Out Of Hell (USA, Australia & UK Tour*), Jon in tick, tick…BOOM! (Bridge House, London – Offie Nomination for “Best Male Performance in a Musical”), Fleet in Titanic (Princess of Wales, Toronto), Bobby C in Saturday Night Fever (UK Tour), Chick Clark in Wonderful Town (Opera Holland Park), Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees (Landor, London).
Pantomime includes: Jack in Jack And The Beanstalk & Dick Whittington in Dick Whittington (Royal & Derngate, Northampton), Jack in Jack And The Beanstalk (Lighthouse, Poole), Aladdin in Aladdin (Buxton Opera House), Dandini in Cinderella (Embassy, Skegness).
Concerts include: My Fair Lady – 60th Anniversary Celebration, Rags, An Evening of Webbourn & Finn, The Greatest Shows, The Barricade Boys, West End Jerseys.
Workshops include: Jay Osmond in The Osmonds, Dreamgirls, Guy Fawkes – A New Musical and A Warning To The Curious.
Alex is also a cabaret artist and stand-up comic. He has written and performed two sell-out solo shows, Pints, Pals and Diabetes (Sing Easy West End, 2019) and Choose Happy (Crazy Coqs, 2023).
Training: Dalhousie University, graduating with an Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Studies.
Theatre Credits include: Understudied and played Angel in Blues For An Alabama Sky (National Theatre), Ensemble in The Pappy Show – What Do You See (Manchester Tour), Mrs Sheinkopf in School of Rock (UK and Ireland Tour), Ensemble and Understudy Mrs Bevan and Jennifer Lore in Nativity! The Musical ( 2019 UK Tour/Hammersmith Eventim Apollo), Mrs Sheinkopf in School of Rock (Korean International Tour), Ensemble and Understudy Mrs Bevan and Jennifer Lore in Nativity! The Musical ( 2018 UK Tour/Hammersmith Eventim Apollo), Ensemble in Oklahoma (Grange Park Opera), Darlene in The Color Purple (Ruth Seaton James Theatre, Bermuda), Neyssa in In This World (Neptune Theatre, Canada).
Workshops Include: Military Wives directed by Debbie Isitt, Misfit in Prom Fever directed by Debbie Isitt, and Linda in On The Edge created by Sam Hall and directed by Patrick O’Neil.
TV Credits Include: QUEENIE, Channel 4.
Theatre credits include; ‘Annette’ – Saturday Night Fever (UK Tour) ‘June & 1st Cover Roxie Hart’ – Chicago (UK and International UK Tour), ‘Goddesilla /Dance Captain’ – Bat out of Hell – (UK, US and Australia Tour).
‘Crystal Hart’ – Burlesque’d (Turbine Theatre), ‘Billies Babe/ U/S Shell’ – Closer to Heaven (Above the Stag Theatre), ‘Pat / Dance Captain’ – Cilla The Musical (UK Tour), Rizzo/ U/S Sandy – Grease (RCCL) & Frenchy and Alternate Sandy – Grease (Belinda King & Gary Lloyd)
Billie has also performed in UK Pantomimes; Alice – Alice in Wonderland (Stag Theatre Sevenoaks) Slave of the Ring – Aladdin (Theatre Royal Windsor) & Wendy – Peter Pan (Stag Theatre Sevenoaks)
The Time Travellers Wife marks Billie’s West End debut.
Training: 2023 Graduate from the Guildford School of Acting
Credits whilst training include: Tiernan in ‘The Pirate Queen’; Alan King in ‘Applause’ and ‘Cry-Baby: The Musical’.
Workshops include: James Duke of York in 1666 (ATG).
Daniel is thrilled to be making his professional and West End debut in Time Traveller’s Wife. He would love to thank his friends and family for their constant support.
Training: Millennium Performing Arts
Theatre Credits: Rosalia in West Side Story (Lljubiana Festival), Ensemble in Pretty Woman the Musical (Savoy Theatre), Ensemble/Cover Carmen, Miss Bell & Miss Sherman in Fame (UK Tour), Havana Girl in Guys and Dolls (Kilworth House), Buffy/Cover Pearl in Starlight Express (Mehr Entertainment/Bochum), Beauty in Beauty and the Beast (Harlow Playhouse), Rimpy/Cover Jess Bhamra in Bend it Like Beckham – The Musical (Phoenix Theatre), Lead Singer (Carnival Cruises)
TV Credits: Sophie Coates in Eastenders (BBC)
Commercial Credits: Tesco (Commercial) Hard Rock Cafe (Pride X Halsey Campaign), Google Pixel (Commercial), Wonderbly Valentines Campaign (Website Stills), Transport for London (Posters & Website Stills)
Training: Arts Educational Schools London
Theatre Credits Include: Beauty and the Beast (Wyvern Theatre Swindon), Everything Between Us Musical Workshop (Marylebone Theatre), Jolly Ginger (Cloud Theatre Bluestone).
Credits Whilst Training Include: Cats, Kipps! The New Half a Sixpence Musical, Company, The Olivier Awards.
Nathaniel is thrilled to be making his West End Debut in The Time Traveller’s Wife.
Theatre includes: Pharaoh in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK Tour); Talbot in Mimma (Cadogan Hall); Simeon in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London Palladium); Ensemble and understudy Dennis/Hertz in Rock of Ages (UK Tour); Harry The Horse and understudy Nathan Detroit in Guys & Dolls (Kilworth House Theatre); Mr Pressman in Our House (UK Tour); Macavity in Cats (Cyprus); Dance Captain in Thoroughly Modern Millie (UK Tour); Glad Hand and understudy Doc/Schrank in West Side Story (Kilworth House Theatre); Sid in Singin’ in the Rain (Kilworth House Theatre); Assistant Director/Choreographer in Stand Up The Musical (Workshop); Assistant Choreographer in Little Shop of Horrors (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Carmen (O2 Arena and Royal Albert Hall); Dance Captain in Hairspray (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); The Thing About Tom (Workshop); Chicago (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Macbeth (UK Tour); Romeo & Juliet (UK Tour); The Artful Dodger in Oliver! (London Palladium)
TV: American Monster (Discovery), Randall and Hopkirk (ITV); 999 (BBC); The Mystery of Men (BBC); The Railway Children (ITV)
Film: The Little Mermaid (Disney); Snow White (Disney); Wicked (Universal)
Training – The Academy Performing Arts School, Spicer Dance Company & Spirit Dance Company
Theatre – The Sound of Music (Uk & Ireland Tour), Anna in Frozen the Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane)
TV – Autopsy: The Last Hours of Doris Day (ITV/Reelz)
Film – A Fathers Ruin (Ambitious Productions)
Other – Commercials for Ernest Jones, Qatar Airways & Linksys
Ava cannot wait to be part of the original West end cast of this exciting new show.
TRAINING: The British Theatre Academy, Julie Sianne Theatre Arts, Surrey Singing School.
THEATRE: Lavender, Matilda The Musical (Royal Shakespeare Company, The Cambridge Theatre, West End)
FILM: Matilda The Musical (Netflix)
TV: The National Lottery’s Big Night Of Musicals with Matilda The Musical (Royal Shakespeare Company)
OTHER: Lily loves all genres of dance and was an All England Dance National Finalist in 2019 and 2022, and silver and bronze medalist at the 2022 National Finals. She enjoys all sports, especially gymnastics.
Lily is very excited to play the role of Young Clare/Alba in The Time Traveller’s Wife.
Training: Associates-Tonbridge, SYM Dance and Premier Scholars
Theatre: Gerda/Elsa/Gretel in Identical at Nottingham Playhouse and The Lowry Salford. Ensemble in Peter Pan, Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells.
Film: Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical
Recording: Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical
Poppy is delighted to be making her West-End debut in The Time Traveller’s Wife. A big thank you to her dance teachers at Associates, SYM Dance and Premier Scholars, Daniel Meades her singing teacher and Scarlett her amazing agent at Scarlett and Co.
Holly-Jade is so excited to be heading back to the West End and being a part of this fabulous cast.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Palladium, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, UK Tour
LJ Wrey performing Arts, vocal coach.
Alongside performing Holly-Jade enjoys roller blading and cricket
Holly-Jade would like to thank her Agent, family and school for their support.
Lauren is one of the most produced playwrights in America since 2015 topping the list thrice including 2022/23. She is a two-time winner of the Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award for I and You and The Book of Will, the winner of the Lanford Wilson Award and the Otis Guernsey New Voices Award, a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and John Gassner Award for Playwriting, and was a recipient of the Mellon Foundation’s Residency with Marin Theatre Company.
Lauren studied Southern Literature and Drama at Emory University, and Dramatic Writing at NYU’s Tisch School where she was a Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship. She is a board member of The Playwrights Foundation.
Her play The Catastrophist, about her husband virologist Nathan Wolfe, premiered digitally in January 2021 and is now in The COVID Art Capsule in the Library of Congress. She co-authored the Miss Bennet trilogy with Margot Melcon. The Half-Life of Marie Curie premiered off-Broadway and at Audible.com. Her work is published at Playscripts (I and You, Exit Pursued By A Bear, The Taming and Toil And Trouble), Dramatists Play Service (The Revolutionists, The Book of Will, Silent Sky, Bauer, Natural Shocks, The Wickhams and Miss Bennet) and Samuel French (Emilie). Her picture book Dr Wonderful: Blast Off to the Moon is available from Two Lions/Amazon. She is the book writer for musicals with Dave Stewart and Joss Stone (The Time Traveller’s Wife), Ari Afsar (Jeannette), Joriah Kwamé (Sinister), Kira Stone (Built for This) and Kait Kerrigan and Bree Lowdermilk (Justice and Earthrise).
Joss Stone, a singer-songwriter from Devon, UK, has been captivated by soul music since she was a little girl. As she moved through her early teens she intuitively honed her now trademark gravely-but-lustrous vocals by singing along to Aretha Franklin’s Greatest Hits. She began pursuing a singing career at thirteen, securing a record deal at 15, and recording her star-making Critically acclaimed debut album, The Soul Sessions, which was released in 2003. EMI/S-Curve Records.
Grammy and Brit award-winning Stone has since released 7 studio albums as she has continued in her journey of musical exploration.
At just 33 years old, Joss has already enjoyed a long career. She has kept the company of musical royalty from the outset. Performing alongside many legendary artists such as James Brown, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Sting, Van Morrison and Melissa Etheridge amongst many others. She has collaborated with, and contributed to albums for many of the world’s finest musicians, including Jeff Beck, Mick Jagger and Damien Marley.
Her love of music and fierce independence has led Stone to break away from the constraints of being tied to a label and has enabled her to explore many different genres of music. The joy that she finds in her chosen artistry has helped her to forge ahead, always looking to break new ground both musically and in her life.
In 2015 her album Water for Your Soul was released, achieving the spot of the number-one reggae album upon release and voted best reggae album by Billboard. Water For Your Soul is rooted in reggae and sprinkled with world influences. Clearly demonstrating how the teen soul prodigy has blossomed into an artist of style and substance. It is an album that pulses with liquid grooves and dazzles with the mix and match sonic adventure of hip-hop, shimmering with the exotic sounds of world music while delivering the emotional belt of RnB.
Joss has completed her most audacious project to date – The Total World Tour – in which she has performed a gig and collaborated with local artists in over 200 countries around the world.
It is evident that Stone is an independent soul. A true free spirit. Some may call her rebellious, others would say that she is a young woman who is completely confident in her chosen direction and is at peace with all that means.
With a career spanning four decades and over 100 million album sales worldwide, award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, producer and Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart is among the most respected and accomplished talents in popular music history.
Dave co-wrote and produced each Eurythmics album in his world-famous duo with Annie Lennox. He has also produced albums and co-written songs with Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Tom Petty, Gwen Stefani, Damian Marley, Stevie Nicks, Bryan Ferry, A.R. Rahman, Katy Perry, Sinead O’Connor, Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Joss Stone, and many others.
His wide-ranging work has earned Stewart a long list of prestigious honors, including over fifty ASCAP and BMI Awards, four Ivor Novello Awards for Best Songwriter, four BRIT Awards for Best Producer (including a Lifetime Achievement Award), a Golden Globe Award, and a Grammy Award. “Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)” by Eurythmics was recently inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, in recognition of its qualitative and historical significance. Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox were among the 2020 inductees into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, inducted by St. Vincent, with the ceremony taking place in 2022. Also in 2022, with an inspired induction by U2’s The Edge, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation welcomed Eurythmics as inductees for their profound impact on music. At both monumental ceremonies, Eurythmics brought the house down with their stellar and transcendent performance.
Beyond his creative work as a musician, Stewart is a renowned film and TV producer (including NBC’s hit songwriting competition series, Songland), author, photographer, public speaker, and entrepreneur. In 2010, Stewart established Dave Stewart Entertainment (DSE), a “media company for the new world” (The Los Angeles Times), linking creative ideas to a host of projects in music, film, television, books, theatre, and new media. As the creator of content for DSE, Stewart has married his passion for music, film, and television by creating a number of high-profile projects.
Kait is an award-winning lyricist, bookwriter, and playwright. She is an alumnus of Barnard College and the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop and a member of the Dramatists Guild.
Off-Broadway credits include: book and lyrics for The Mad Ones, and Henry & Mudge. Regional credits include: Plays (Father/Daughter and Imaginary Love) and musicals (Justice, Earthrise, and Rosie Revere, Engineer & Friends). Digital credits include: A Killer Party.
Her immersive house party The Bad Years (book and lyrics) had two sold-out pop-up productions in Brooklyn.
Upcoming: The Great Gatsby. Awards include: Kleban Award for libretto, Jonathan Larson Award for lyric-writing, Most Promising Lyricist Award from the Theatre Hall of Fame, Edgerton Award, and residencies at Page 73, Dramatists Guild Fellows, Rhinebeck, Goodspeed’s Johnnie Mercer Project, and MacDowell.
Bill’s theatre directing credits include: Sister Act (West End and Tour); Ghost Quartet (Boulevard Theatre – Best Director of a Musical, Off West End Awards); Sweeney Todd (West End, Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop & Off-Broadway; Best Musical Off-West End Awards, Outstanding Revival of a Musical Lucille Lortel Awards, Best Musical Revival Off-Broadway Alliance, Best Off-Broadway Musical Theater Fans’ Choice Awards, Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Director of a Musical), Barbarians, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Tinderbox (Tooting Arts Club); Assassins (The Watermill & Nottingham Playhouse); Sweet Charity, Beauty & the Beast (Nottingham Playhouse); Much Ado About Nothing (Storyhouse); The Selfish Giant (West End & Northampton Theatre Royal), Babette’s Feast (The Print Room); Sleeping Beauty (The Watermill); Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Stafford Festival Shakespeare); Riff Raff (Arcola); The Vegemite Tales (West End & Riverside Studios)
Directing credits for Shakespeare’s Globe include: Hamlet and King Lear (and International Tours), Omeros, Twelfth Night, Othello, The Merchant of Venice, Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth (Playing Shakespeare)
Feature film: Pond Life (Open Palm Films)
Television: Song for Nature (SkyArts); Hollyoaks (Ch4/Lime)
Short films: King Lear, Richard II, The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare’s Globe “Complete Walk”)
Anna Fleischle is an Olivier award–winning and Tony-nominated production set and costume designer.
Theatre credits include: The Collaboration (Broadway / Young Vic): Death Of A Salesman (Broadway / Young Vic / West End); 2:22 A Ghost Story (West End / Ahmanson LA) John Gabriel Borkman (The Bridge); Much Ado about Nothing (National Theatre); Hangmen (Broadway/ Royal Court/ West End, Tony Award Nominee 2022, Winner of Olivier Award For Best Set Design, Critic’s Circle Award ‘Best Designer’, Evening Standard Award ‘Best Design’); House of Shades, The Writer, Before the Party (Almeida); Hamlet (Young Vic); The Forest (Hampstead Theatre); Don Juan In Soho; The End Of Longing (West End); Once Upon A One More Time (Nederlander – Broadway 2023); A Kind Of People; Liberian Girl (Royal Court); The Kid Stays In The Picture (Royal Court & Complicité); Two Ladies; A German Life; A Very Very Very Dark Matter (Bridge Theatre); Home I’m Darling (National Theatre/ West End, UK Tour – 2019 Olivier Award Nominee For Best Set Design And Best Costume Design); The Way Of The World (Donmar Warehouse); Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (West End/ UK tour/ LA / Korea); Much Ado About Nothing; Troilus and Cressida (Shakespeare’s Globe); Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Old Vic); Beware Of Pity (Schaubühne, Berlin/ Complicité); The Two Noble Kinsmen; Cymbeline; Love’s Sacrifice (RSC); West Side Story, Blindsided, Saturday Night & Sunday Morning, Rats Tails (Manchester Royal Exchange) You Can See The Hills; Love and Money (Manchester Royal Exchange /Young Vic).
Opera include: L’Orfeo (Vienna Staatsoper); Weimar Nightfall: Seven Deadly Sins (LA Philharmonic).
Dance include: Message In A Bottle (Sadler’s Wells); John; Can We Talk About This? (DV8 Physical Theatre / NT / International tour).
Fellowships include: Founding Member of Scene/Change, Associate Artist, Young Vic, Trustee Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Ambassador for PiPA.
Nick is currently the Musical Supervisor, Vocal and Music Arranger for Back to The Future The Musical, UK Musical Supervisor for The Book of Mormon (West End) and the Associate Musical Supervisor for Mamma Mia! (West End). He graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and has a postgraduate diploma in Advanced Instrumental Studies (Piano).
Musical Supervisor credits include: Dreamgirls (UK Tour), The Book of Mormon (UK Tour), Musical Supervisor and Conductor for Dreamgirls (West End), Memphis (West End), Avenue Q (UK Tour), Les Miserables (UK Tour), Associate Musical Supervisor for Jersey Boys (West End), Musical Supervisor and Arranger for Dancing Shadows (Seoul, South Korea).
Musical Director credits include: The Book Of Mormon, Jersey Boys, Avenue Q , Acorn Antiques, Mamma Mia!, Tonight’s The Night, Tell Me on a Sunday, and Rent, all in London’s West End, Stairway to Heaven (King’s Head Theatre), Kiss Me Kate (Norwich Playhouse) and the BAFTA-nominated film Tomorrow La Scala!
Recordings include: Co-Producer & Musical Supervisor for Back To The Future The Musical (Original London Cast Recording), Musical Supervisor for Dreamgirls (London Cast Recording) and Memphis (Original London Cast Recording), Musical Director for Acorn Antiques and Tell Me on a Sunday London cast recordings.
Theatre credits include: Best of Enemies (Noël Coward Theatre/Young Vic), Tartuffe (Birmingham Repertory Theatre), The Time Traveller’s Wife: The Musical (Chester Storyhouse), Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Story (Lyric Theatre), J’Ouvert (Harold Pinter Theatre/Theatre503), After Life, Master Harold…and the Boys, Hansard, Antony and Cleopatra, Twelfth Night (National Theatre), Nine Night (National Theatre/Trafalgar Studios), Equus (Theatre Royal Stratford East/Trafalgar Studios), Tartuffe (RSC), Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe), Faustus (Headlong at Lyric & Birmingham Repertory Theatre), Cinderella (Lyric), Grey (Oval House), King Hedley II (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Cougar, Dealing with Clair (Orange Tree Theatre), Winter, Why It’s Kicking Off Everywhere (Young Vic), Cuttin’ It (Young Vic/Royal Court), A Streetcar Named Desire (Nuffield/Clwyd Theatre Cymru/English Touring Theatre), Rules for Living (Royal & Derngate Theatre/Rose Theatre Kingston/English Touring Theatre), Apologia (English Theatre Frankfurt).
Television: Anansi Boys (Amazon).
Upcoming: The Secret Life of Bees (Almeida Theatre).
Shelley won the award for Best Choreographer at the inaugural Black British Theatre Awards in 2019 for her work on Equus.
Rory is a freelance lighting designer working in the UK and internationally. He has previously been nominated for a Knight of Illumination Award for his work on Così fan Tutte at Opera Holland Park. He is also a recipient of the Michael Northen Award, presented by the Association of Lighting Designers.
Previous projects include: For Black Boys… (Apollo, West End); Death Drop: Back in the Habit (Garrick, West End); For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy & Jews. In Their Own Words. (Royal Court, London); Merchant of Venice 1936 (Royal Shakespeare Company & UK Tour); I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (London Coliseum / Broadway HD); Lovely Ugly City (Almeida); Spike (UK Tour); Half Empty Glasses, A Sudden Violent Burst of Rain, The Ultimate Pickle (Paines Plough); Unexpected Twist (UK Tour); Spike & Kiss Me Kate (Watermill); Dishoom! (UK Tour); Summer Holiday, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Bolton Octagon); Edward II (Arts Theatre, Cambridge); Macbeth, La Bohème, Elizabeth I, The Marriage of Figaro, Dido & Aeneas, Amadigi, Idomeneo, Radamisto (English Touring Opera); West End Producer – Free Willy! (Cuffe & Taylor); Merchant of Venice 1936 (Watford Palace/Home Manchester); 60 Miles by Road or Rail (Royal & Derngate); The Blonde Bombshells of 1943, Summer Holiday, A Christmas Carol (Pitlochry); 70 Års Opera (Danish National Opera); A Christmas Carol (Belgrade / Chipping Norton); Little Women, L’amico Fritz, The Cunning Little Vixen, Così fan Tutte, L’arlesiana, Manon Lescaut, Le Nozze di Figaro (Opera Holland Park); Boat, The Best Day Ever (Company 3).
Rory has also designed projects with Blenheim Palace and The British Library.
Lucy is a multi award-winning, critically-acclaimed Lighting Designer. She was awarded the 2018 Critics Circle National Dance Award for Outstanding Contribution to Dance. She is a two-time winner of the prestigious Knight of Illumination Award for Dance for Chroma (2008) and for Woolf Works (2015), winner of the 2013 TMA Achievement award in Opera for Lohengrin, and the 2004 Olivier Dance Award for 2 Human.
Theatre credits include: The Time Traveller’s Wife: A Musical (Chester Storyhouse), 2:22 A Ghost Story (Lyric Theatre/Criterion Theatre/Gielgud Theatre/Noël Coward Theatre/Los Angeles), Much Ado About Nothing (National Theatre, London), Persuasion (Rose Theatre Kingston), Force Majeure (Donmar Warehouse), Wicked (Theater Neue Flora, Hamburg), Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (West End/UK Tour), Escaped Alone, Coriolanus (Crucible Theatre Sheffield), On The Town (Hyogo Performing Arts, Japan), Home, I’m Darling (National Theatre/West End), The Almighty Sometimes (The Royal Exchange, Manchester), Oil (Almeida Theatre), The End of Longing (West End), Medea, Emil and the Detectives, Blurred Lines and Husbands and Sons (National Theatre, London).
Opera credits include: Le nozze di Figaro (Opéra national de Paris), Katya Kabanova (Rome, Royal Opera House – Best New Opera Production, Olivier Awards 2019), Mavra/Pierrot Lunaire, Hansel and Gretel (Royal Opera House), The Cunning Little Vixen, Orphée, Salomé, The Dream of Gerontius (English National Opera), Werther (Bergen National Opera), Elektra (Goteborg Opera), Lohengrin (Greek National Opera/Polish National Opera/Welsh National Opera), La finta giardiniera (Glyndebourne, Teatro alla Scala), Peter Grimes (Aldeburgh on the Beach).
Dance credits include: MADDADAM, The Dante Project, McGregor + Mugler, Woolf Works, Obsidian Tear, Afterite, Yugen, Multiverse, Chroma and Autobiography with long-term collaborator Wayne McGregor, Threshold (Le Patin Libre), The Most Incredible Thing (Sadlers Wells, Charlotte Ballet).
Other credits include: Gareth Pugh’s Women’s Collection in London Fashion Week 2017 and 2019, Paloma Faith’s performance at the Brit Awards 2015.
Chris is a member of The Magic Circle. He works worldwide as International Illusions & Magic Associate for Harry Potter & The Cursed Child.
Theatre credits as Illusion Consultant include: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Leeds Playhouse/UK Tour) Back To The Future: The Musical (West End), 2:22 A Ghost Story (West End), The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (West End/UK Tour), Bedknobs & Broomsticks (UK Tour), The Prince of Egypt (Dominion Theatre), Wicked (Neue Flora, Hamburg), Company (West End/Broadway), Merlin (Northern Ballet, UK Tour), Big The Musical (West End), Peter Gynt (National Theatre), Superhero (Tony Kiser Theater, NY), Julie (National Theatre), Angels in America (National Theatre/Broadway), Macbeth (RSC, Swan Theatre & Barbican), Titus Andronicus (RSC), Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory), The Hypocrite (Hull Truck Theatre/RSC, Swan Theatre), No Man’s Land (West End), Into the Woods (Royal Exchange), Here We Go and Treasure Island (National Theatre).
Andrzej works as a Video and Set Designer across all forms of live performance and trained as a Theatre Designer at Central Saint Martins.
Video Designs include: Sylvia (Old Vic), The Unfriend (West End), &Juliet (Broadway/West End), Message In A Bottle (West End/Tour), Life of Pi (Broadway/West End), Burn (EIF), The Da Vinci Code (UK Tour), The Drifters Girl (West End/UK Tour), Room (Stratford East/Toronto/Broadway), Constellations – also set design (NCPA Mumbai), Henry V (Donmar Warehouse/NT Live), People, Places and Things (National Theatre/West End/St Ann’s Warehouse), Groundhog Day (Broadway/Old Vic), The Unreturning – also set design (UK Tour), Pressure (West End/UK Tour/Toronto), The Girl On The Train (UK Tour/West End), Coriolanus (Donmar Warehouse/NT Live), 1984 (Northern Ballet, Sadler’s Wells), Frost/Nixon (Sheffield Crucible), Carousel (Barbican), Kiki’s Delivery Service (Southwark Playhouse).
Awards include: Olivier Award, UK Theatre Award, Broadway World Award (Life Of Pi), WOS Award (&Juliet),and a Theatre and Technology Award (Room).
Nominations include: Drama Desk Award and a KOI Award USA (People, Places and Things), KOI Award UK (Life Of Pi), WOS Award (Groundhog Day), Off West End Award (Room). Andrzej was also nominated for a Broadway World Award for Set Design (The Unreturning).
Credits include: Saving Grace (Riverside Studios), Dolly Parton’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Carol (Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank); The Time Traveller’s Wife (Chester); Grease (The Dominion Theatre West End); Dreamgirls (West End & UK Tour); The Addams Family (UK Tour); Chess (Moscow, Russia); The Grinch Who Stole Christmas (UK tour); West Side Story (Manchester Royal Exchange); Twelfth Night (Young Vic Theatre); Benidorm (UK Tour); Dusty, The Dusty Springfield Musical, Directed by Maria Friedman (Theatre Royal Bath/UK Tour); Sunshine on Leith (West Yorkshire Playhouse & UK Tour); Guys & Dolls (Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre); Tango Moderno (UK Tour); One Love (Birmingham Repertory Theatre), Funny Girl (West End & UK Tour); What’s It All About? (Close To You) Bacharach Reimagined (West End & The Menier Chocolate Factory); Sister Act (UK tour); The Last Tango (UK Tour); Bend It like Beckham (West End); Sweet Charity (Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre);Annie (UK Tour & London); Love Me Tender (UK Tour); The Bodyguard (West End, UK & US Tours, Australia & Germany, Korea & Paris); Xanadu (Southwark Playhouse); The Little Shop of Horrors (Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre);Made In Dagenham (West End); Dance Til Dawn (West End & UK Tour); Sweeney Todd (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre); Fiddler On The Roof (UK Tour); Avenue Q (Korea); Back Beat (Toronto and Los Angeles);I Dreamed A Dream (UK Tour); Chess (Toronto); The Sound of Music (Moscow); A Cat on Hot Tin Roof (Novello Theatre, London); Never Forget the Musical (UK Tour and Savoy Theatre London); Jesus Christ Superstar (National Tour and Spain); Daddy Cool (Shaftesbury Theatre, London); Daddy Cool (International Tour); Cabaret (Teatro Della Luna, Milan); The Snowman (Peacock Theatre London, UK Tour, Finland and Seoul, Korea).
As sound designer, theatre includes Let the Right One In, There is a Light that Never Goes Out, Death of a Salesman and Twelfth Night at the Royal Exchange; The Cherry Orchard for Toneelgroep; The Unreturning for Frantic Assembly on UK tour; Pity and The Kid Stays in the Picture at the Royal Court; The Last Testament of Lillian Bilocca for UK City of Culture, Hull; The Seagull at the Lyric Hammersmith; Deciphering and Frogman for Curious Directive; The Tempest at the Donmar; Beware of Pity for Complicité at Schaubühne; Privacy at the Kilden Performing Arts Centre, Norway; White Bike at The Space; Schism for Aegis Productions; 7–75 at The Place; Am I Dead Yet? for Unlimited at the Bush; War Correspondents at Greenwich Festival and on UK tour; The Commission for the Royal Opera House, Aldeburgh and Opera North; Sun for National Art Service at St Leonard’s Church; Farragut North at Southwark Playhouse; and Space Junk for Gameshow at the Lyric Hammersmith.
As Co-Sound Designer, work includes The Encounter (Tony, Drama Desk, Helpmann and Evening Standard awards for Best Sound Design, alongside Gareth Fry) for Complicité; Othello, Death of England: Delroy, Death of England at the National Theatre; and The Noise for Northern Stage and Unlimited.
As Associate Sound Designer, work includes Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (original creative team) for Sonia Friedman Productions, in the West End, on Broadway, in San Francisco, in Hamburg and in Australia; 1984 for Headlong; Oresteia in the West End; Hamlet for the RSC; and Lionboy, The Magic Flute and The Master and Margarita for Complicité.
Film includes: Death of England: Face to Face (Composer and Co-Sound Designer)
Malcolm Edmonstone is an arranger, conductor and pianist fluent in jazz and popular music. In 2004 he worked as Assistant MD and Arranger for the first three seasons of Strictly Come Dancing with Laurie Holloway. He contributed orchestral arrangements for Gary Barlow’s 2021 album ‘Music Played by Humans’ which entered the Official UK Top 40 at Number 1 and earned a BPI Gold Disc. Malcolm has since collaborated with prominent artists in popular music as an arranger and conductor, working extensively with vocalists. He has been Arranger and MD for concerts or recording sessions featuring Rick Astley, Gary Barlow, Tommy Blaize, Melanie C, Liane Carroll, Mark King, Katie Melua, Liza Minnelli, Tony Momrelle, Heather Small and Ruby Turner and performed as a session musician with Michael Ball, Dame Shirley Bassey, Tony Bennett, Madeline Bell, Alfie Boe, Michael Bolton, Michael Bublé, Tony Christie, Sir John Dankworth, Bruce Forsyth, Robin Gibb, Dame Cleo Laine, Kenny Lynch, David McAlmont, Donny Osmond, Cliff Richard and Ed Sheeran.
Recording: 2021 Gary Barlow / The Dream of Christmas (Arranger/Conductor/Piano); 2020 Gary Barlow / Music Played by Humans (Arranger/Conductor/Piano); Official UK Album Charts Number 1, BPI Gold.
Broadcast: 2022 BBC Concert Orchestra / Michael Bublé (Piano); 2021 BBC Jools’ Hootenanny / Ed Sheeran (Keys); BBC Concert Orchestra / Liane Carroll (Arranger/Conductor); 2020 BBC; Concert Orchestra / Level 42 (Arranger/Conductor); BBC Concert Orchestra / Lulu (Arranger/Conductor); BBC Concert Orchestra / Mel C. (Arranger); 2019 BBC Concert Orchestra / Beatles Orchestrated feat. Katie Melua, Ruby Turner, Mark King (Arranger/Piano); BBC Concert Orchestra / Motown feat. Tommy Blaize, Tony Momrelle, Heather Small (Arranger/Conductor/Piano); ITV Ball and Boe Christmas Special (Keys) (MD: Dave Arch); ITV All Star Musicals (Keys) (MD: Dave Arch); 2018 BBC Concert Orchestra / Rick Astley (Arranger/Conductor); ITV All Star Musicals (Arranger, Keys, Asst. MD sup. Dave Arch).
Theatre: 2020 National Theatre / The Visit (MD/Piano).
Education: 2014-2022 Guildhall School of Music and Drama / Head of Jazz.
Theatre credits include: A Little Life (West End); The Time Traveller’s Wife (West End and Chester Storyhouse, Chester); The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (West End, UK Tour, Curve Theatre and The Bridge); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Very Very Very Dark Matter and Julius Caesar (The Bridge); Death of a Salesman (The Young Vic and West End); Hamlet, The Cherry Orchard (Theatre Royal Windsor); Noises Off (The Garrick Theatre); Doubt: A Parable, The Long Song, Hedda Tesman, Plenty (Chichester); Carousel, Peter Pan (Regent’s Park); Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of The Dead, Complicité (Theatre Royal Plymouth, Bristol Old Vic); The Last Ship (UK tour); Is God Is Pity, Prudes, Gun Dog, Girls and Boys, Road, How To Hold Your Breath, Linda, Birdland, The Nether, The Kid Stays In The Picture, Anatomy of a Suicide, The Twits, X and Hangmen (Royal Court); Hangmen (West End); Don Juan (Soho); The Exorcist (West End); Machinal, The Game, Mr Burns, Medea, The Treatment, Carmen Disruption, Mary Stuart (also West End), Oresteia (also Trafalgar Studios) and Hamlet (Almeida); Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Old Vic); The Grinning Man (Bristol Old Vic, Trafalgar Studios); Wings (Young Vic); Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (West End); Bugsy Malone (also UK Tour) Ghost Stories, Scandaltown, Love Love Love, Tipping the Velvet, City of Glass and Jubilee (Lyric Hammersmith); The Way of the World, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Teddy Ferrara (Donmar Warehouse); Witness for the Prosecution (London Court House).
Opera includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Aldeburgh Festival); Alice in Wonderland, Where the Wild Things Are, Dark Mirror and Curlew River (Barbican/US tour); The Illuminated Heart (Lincoln Centre NY); Greek (Scottish Opera, Festival Theatre, Edinburgh); Rigoletto (Irish tour).
Film & TV includes: Prisoner in Paradise, The Show, Electric Dreams, In The Dark Half, His Heavy Heart, Jimmy’s End, Showpieces, Skeletons (BAFTA Nominee and Michael Powell Award-winner).
Other work includes: Collaborations with Alan Moore on his comic book series Providence and the multimedia project As Big As the Sky with artist Ai Weiwei. Her work has also been exhibited at Sprueth Magers Art Gallery.
David Grindrod CDG
Theatre credits include: Back to the Future The Musical, Grease, Elf, Time Traveller’s Wife, Into the Woods, Waitress, Only Fools & Horses, Magic Mike Live, Matilda (Adult casting), 42nd Street, Bat Out of Hell, 5 Guys Named Moe, Ghost, Our House (West End); Mamma Mia! (Worldwide); Mamma Mia! The Party; Sweet Charity (Donmar); Groundhog Day, Jekyll & Hyde (Old Vic); Chicago, Shrek, Grease, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Mrs Henderson Presents, Fat Friends, The Commitments (UK Tour); Man of La Mancha, Chess, Carousel, Sunset Boulevard, Sweeney Todd, On the Town, Kismet (English National Opera); Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, Hello Dolly, Crazy for You (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); My Fair Lady, Oklahoma, Kiss Me Kate, West Side Story, On the Town (BBC Proms/John Wilson); Guys & Dolls, My Fair Lady, A Chorus Line, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Oliver, Sweet Charity (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield); My Fair Lady, Candide, 42nd Street, Singing in the Rain. Kiss Me Kate (Chatelet, Paris); The Beggars Opera (Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris); Guys and Dolls (Theatre Marigny, Paris).
For Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Likes of Us, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, By Jeeves, Evita, Tell Me on a Sunday, Cats, Starlight Express, The Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, Sunset Boulevard, Whistle Down the Wind, The Beautiful Game, Bombay Dreams, The Woman in White, The Sound of Music, Love Never Dies, The Wizard of Oz, Stephen Ward, School of Rock, Unmasked, Cinderella.
Film credits include: Musical Ensemble Casting: Matilda, Greatest Days, Mamma Mia! Here we Go Again, Beauty & The Beast, Aladdin, Mamma Mia!, UK Dancer Casting: Mary Poppins Returns, Nine; Casting Director: The Phantom of the Opera.
Television credits include: Sound of Music Live (2016 BAFTA Award), Superstar, Over the Rainbow, I’d Do Anything, Any Dream Will Do, How To Solve A Problem Like Maria (2007 Emmy Award), Kombat Opera presents… (2008 Golden Rose Montreux Award) Hollyoaks, West End Star (TV3 Sweden).
Awards include: Casting Directors Guild Award for Best Musical Casting 2022 (Back to the Future The Musical).
David is proud to be Associate Artist at the Old Vic, Trustee of Watermill Theatre, Newbury, and Vice President of Arts Educational School.
GBC Casting Directors: Will Burton, Stephen Crockett.
GBC Casting Associate: Amy Beadel.
GBC Casting Assistant: Will Burry.
Olivier Award winning producer Colin Ingram has worked in the theatre industry for 29 years with some of the world’s leading producers, directors, designers and writers. He has worked on Time Traveller’s Wife for more than 5 years developing, workshopping and producing it at Chester Storyhouse and now the Apollo Theatre. He currently is producing Back To The Future in the West End’s Adelphi Theatre and from June 2023, Broadway’s Winter Garden Theatre. He also produces Grease at the Dominion Theatre from May 2023 and so with Time Traveller’s Wife, he will have three West End and one Broadway musical running this year.
Colin acts as global producer on Ghost the Musical which has been staged in 22 countries in 14 languages in over 30 productions. He lead-produced the musical in Manchester, London and Broadway where it was nominated for five Olivier Awards and three Tony Awards® and won Best Musical at the Manchester Theatre Awards.
He was Executive Producer of the Tony and Olivier-Award winning Billy Elliot the Musical in the West End and consulted on the Broadway and Australian productions.
He also lead-produced Breakfast at Tiffany’s on Broadway and twice in the West End, and on the UK tour starring Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Anna Friel and Pixie Lott. It won a broadway.com award for Best Play.
He co-founded InTheatre Productions and lead-produces Grease at the Dominion Theatre, returning for a second run in 2023.
Prior to becoming an independent producer, Colin worked for Cameron Mackintosh for six years, general-managing Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera, Oklahoma! (starring Hugh Jackman), The Witches of Eastwick and the Les Misérables 10th anniversary concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
He then joined Disney Theatrical Productions to be UK Managing Director overseeing the London office and the productions of The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and other shows in development. Colin then joined the Old Vic as Executive Producer and produced Hamlet starring Ben Whishaw, Aladdin starring Ian McKellen, and Richard II, The Philadelphia Story and National Anthems.
He then produced the Billy Joel/Twyla Tharp musical Movin’ Out in the West End, and co-produced Gone With the Wind directed by Trevor Nunn.
In 2016, Colin joined Madison Square Gardens Entertainment as Executive Vice President of Productions. At Radio City, he produced the New York Spectacular starring the Radio City Rockettes – a major undertaking involving over 350 cast, crew and musicians – and produced the 2016 Christmas Spectacular starring the Radio City Rockettes, achieving the highest revenue in its 85-year history.
Colin was a non-Executive Director of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and proud founder of the Edinburgh University Footlights, now in its 30th year.