In 2017 Theo graduated from RADA. This Christmas Theo will be starring in Box Of Delights at Wilton’s Music Hall. Prior to this he played Albus Potter in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the West End. Other theatre includes Hatch (Park Theatre), The Hatchling (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Where the Wild Things Are (The Place Theatre, Bedford), All One Fabric (The Yard Theatre), Faith (Courtyard Theatre) and Boys Plays (Above the Stag Theatre).
Michael’s previous plays include Happy To Help (Park Theatre) and Work Makes You Free (VAULT Festival). His play Eyes Full of Pornography was selected for the 2017 Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival in New York and he is currently collaborating with Metamorph Theatre on new play The Good Landlord for production in 2019.
Cat is Associate Director of award winning company Ransack Theatre, and Metamorph Theatre. She is a 2016 graduate of the Birkbeck MFA in Theatre Directing and was Resident Trainee Director at HOME 2015-16.
Cat is currently developing My Turn Now, an adaptation of the book Growing Old Disgracefully; The Shy Manifesto by Michael Ross, on national tour in 2019; The Good Landlord at VAULT Festival 2019; We The Young Strong by Nicola Baldwin with The Lowry and The Criterion; On Arriving by American playwright Ivan Faute; and Weathered, a Cuban play by Abel González Melo.
Directing credits include The God Delusion (Chorlton Arts Festival), After Party (Pleasance), Catching Up (N16), No Signal (RADA), Enveloped in Velvet (Arts Theatre), Yerma (Fourth Monkey), Hatch (Park), Freedom, Books, Flowers, and the Moon (Waterloo East), and Ondine (White Bear) for which she was nominated Best Director by the Off West End Awards. Cat has directed 3 award winning musicals: Beauty and the Beast, Buzz and Tom and Bunny Save the World.
Associate and Assistant Directing includes Othello (Shakespeare’s Globe), The Emperor (Theatre for a New Audience in New York and Young Vic), Chamaco, Inkheart, The Oresteia, Wallflower (all at HOME), Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. (Old Grenada Studios) and Dogs Barking (RADA).
Cat teaches at, and is on the interview panel for, the Birkbeck MFA in Theatre Directing.
Charlotte is a London-based set, costume and production designer, she is a graduate of the design course at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Australia.
Whilst in Australia, Charlotte collaborated with Helpmann Award winning director John Sheedy on The Greeks: The Murders as well as Pulitzer Prize nominated writer and director Adam Rapp on the world premiere of Wolf in the River. She also designed productions for the Sydney Fringe Festival and the children’s show Too Many Elephants in this House.
Since moving to London Charlotte has been working extensively as a design assistant for some of Britain’s most exciting and renowned theatre professionals including; Michael Levine, Hildegard Bechtler, Rob Howell and Annemarie Woods. Charlotte’s film credits include work on Wes Anderson’s latest film Isle of Dogs and the award winning short film A Cautionary Tail.
In 2017 Charlotte designed the sets and costumes for The Eisteddfod and A Woman Alone for the Etcetera Theatre in Camden as well as The Mutant Man for The Space Arts Centre. She then designed Footprints on the Moon at The Finborough, Thirty-Three at The Leicester Square Theatre and Mumburger at Old Red Lion.
Currently, Charlotte is delighted to be designing the sets and costumes for the musical Curtains at Arts Educational, What Fatima Did… for the Derby Theatre and The Shy Manifesto UK studio tour. Whilst being Assistant Designer to Michael Levine on the Bregenz Festival Lake Stage and Jenufa for the Royal Opera House.
Joe C Brown is currently General Manager for Selladoor Worldwide. Prior to this he was Associate Programmer and Producer for Assembly Festival and Production Associate for Emma Brunjes Productions. Previously he worked for the Royal Shakespeare Royal Shakespeare Company on their production of Matilda The Musical in London’s West End. Joe has previously worked for the Bush Theatre, Theatre 503 and Theatre Royal Stratford East.
Joe recently produced La Boheme at Trafalgar Studios which has been nominated for a 2018 Olivier Award for Best New Opera Production.
Joe’s producing credits include: Coming Clean (Trafalgar Studios 2), The Worst Little Warehouse In London (International Tour), West End Bares (Shaftesbury Theatre), Iconic – A Brief History of Drag (International Tour), Velma Celli’s West End Christmas (Underbelly Christmas in Leicester Square), La Boheme (Trafalgar Studios 2), Strangers In Between (Trafalgar Studios 2), Hair The Musical (The Vaults), tick, tick… BOOM! (Park Theatre), I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard (Finborough Theatre), Exactly Like You (Old Red Lion Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Underbelly, Crazy Coqs and Vault Festival), Andy Capp The Musical (Finborough Theatre), Dirty Laundry (Latitude Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Underbelly), Lost in the Neuron Forest (for Bread & Goose – UK tour) and Hurried Steps (for New Shoes Theatre – Three UK tours).
More information can be found at www.joecbrown.co.uk
Anthony has developed multiple award winning and nominated productions, specialising in site specific and immersive content internationally.
Anthony started his career working as a Production Runner for The Bank, London where he soon moved into TV and Film working for a number of UK and international productions and advertising campaigns. He was previously Technical Production Manager at Fourth Monkey until 2016 where he joined the team at Les Enfants Terribles Theatre Company and Les Petits Theatre Company as Head of Production where he continues to develop and create both their immersive and theatrical productions worldwide.
Notable credits include : Inside Pussy Riot (The Saatchi Gallery), Dinner at the Twits (The Vaults), The Terrible Infants (Wilton’s Music Hall), The Trench (The Southwark Playhouse), Britains Got Talent (ThamesTV), The First Hippo on the Moon (International Tour), Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs (International Tour) The Marlowe 450 Season (The Marlowe Theatre), The Night that Flows (Printworks), The Golden Needle (Hong Kong) and Freedom (GiffGaff).
Welsh Lighting Designer Charlie has lit theatre and opera in the UK and Internationally.
Charlie was nominated for the 2014 and 2016 BroadwayWorld Award and the 2017 WhatsOnStage Award for Best Lighting Design.
In recent years Charlie has sat on the judging panel for the Association Of Lighting Designer’s Michael Northen Bursary Award.
Theatre includes: Derren Brown – Underground, Cool Rider, The Blues Brothers, Dracula, Outings, Julian Clary – The Joy of Mincing, Sam Bailey Live (West End), The Producers (International Tour), Gobsmacked! (UK, USA, Canada, China), Avenue Q, Seussical, James and the Giant Peach (UK and International), Little Shop Of Horrors, The Best Of Derren Brown, Jekyll and Hyde, Kidnapped, Missing In Action, The Secret Garden, How To Survive In A Post Truth Apocalypse, The Tempest, Stormy – The Life Of Lena Horne (UK Tour), 3am (Curve, Leicester), Macbeth (Theatre Severn), Earthquakes in London, Loveplay, There Is A War, Short Life of Trouble/Red Cross/Icarus’s Mother (ArtsEd), Bayside, Failed States (St James), A Little Night Music (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire), Shutters, The Burnt Part Boys (Park Theatre), The Boys From Syracuse, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (Union Theatre), Alice In Wonderland (Greenwich Theatre), When The Rain Stops Falling (Unity, Liverpool), Evita (Islington), Love On Trial, And Crocodiles Are Hungry At Night (Bilimankwhe), Into The Woods (Lowry, Manchester), Two-Headed (Rose, Bankside), Boy In A Dress (OvalHouse).
Immersive Theatre includes: An Alien Encounter (Eden Project), Inside Pussy Riot (Saatchi Gallery, Les Enfants Terribles), Rainforest at Christmas (Eden Project), The Fabulous Fund Fair (Roundhouse, Camden), The Time Portal (Dalston Motors, Les Enfants Terribles), Capturing The Future (Canon, Les Enfants Terribles), The Golden Needle (Joyce Hong Kong, Les Enfants Terribles), Goosebumps Alive (The Vaults).
Opera includes: Tristan I Izolda (Polish National Opera), Aida, Fidelio (Dorset Opera 40th Anniversary Season), The Marriage Of Figaro, The Beggar’s Opera, Savitri, Riders to the Sea, L’Enfant et les Sortilèges, Venus and Adonis, Actéon, Ava’s Wedding, Dialogues Des Carmelites (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire), Street Scene (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), Dubai – Rostov – New York (National Opera Studio), Cinderella (Belgrade, Coventry), Why Does The Queen Die? (Guildhall), Le Nozze di Figaro, Madama Butterfly, I Pagliacci, Die Fledermaus, L’Elisir d’Amore,Tosca, Romeo and Juliet, The Barber of Seville (Opera de Baugé), Carmen, The Elixir of Love (Winterbourne Opera), Aida (Rose, Kingston), Savitri, Hin und Zurück (Minotaur Music Theatre).
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