Currently booking to 19 December 2020
TUESDAY 5 MAY 2020
Statement from the Society of London Theatre (SOLT)
London’s West End looks forward to welcoming audiences back into theatres as soon as performances can safely resume.
To give our customers some clarity, we have been cancelling performances across the West End on a rolling basis, in line with the latest advice from the Government.
We are now extending those cancellations until Sunday 28 June.
This does not mean theatres will reopen on 29 June; if further cancellations are necessary, they will continue to be announced on a rolling basis. Different theatres and productions are likely to reopen at different times.
Ticketholders for affected performances do not need to do anything. They will be contacted by the organisation from which they bought their tickets to arrange a refund, credit note or exchange for a later date.
We are grateful to customers for the patience they are showing during this challenging time for our industry. With 300,000 people visiting a West End theatre in a normal week, it’s a major undertaking to process refunds, exchanges and credit notes, particularly when many staff are working remotely. Please rest assured that we are all working as quickly as we can, and we appreciate the ongoing support of our audiences.
Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1E 5EA, UK
Mon - Wed & Fri: 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Thurs & Sat: 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. &
3:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Training: The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre includes: White Teeth (Kiln), Sylvia (Old Vic/ZooNation), The Little Matchgirl (Shakespeare’s Globe/Bristol Old Vic), Aladdin, Cinderella, Dick Whittington and Jack and the Beanstalk (Lyric), A Wolf in Snakeskin Shoes (Tricycle), The Machine Stops (Theatre Royal York/Pilot Theatre), Only the Brave (Soho/Wales Millennium Centre/Bird Song), DAYGLO and Mind the Gap (Y Touring), Morning (Lyric/Traverse Theatre), Student 365 (National Theatre of Scotland) and Ignition Out of Reach (Frantic Assembly). Television includes: Casualty and Enterprise. Radio includes: Runner up Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award and Black Dog. Other work includes: 13, Leroy and Broken Glasses.
Theatre includes: Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Jasmine in Aladdin (Lyric), Kim in The Quiet House (Birmingham Rep/Park Theatre), Bo in Etienne Sisters (nominated for Best Actress in a Musical, UK Theatre Awards), Prunella in Beauty and the Beast, Halfbreed in Crowning Glory and Margaret/Doctor/Jenny in Martina Cole’s Dangerous Lady (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Nina Thaw in In Bed (Theatre Centre Works), Kitten in Snakes and Ladders (UK tour), Celestine in Puss in Boots (Hackney Empire), Martha/Nomsa in The Swallowing Dark (Liverpool Playhouse/Theatre 503; nominated for Best Actress in a Play, Offies), Glinda/Evilene in The Wiz (Birmingham Rep/West Yorkshire Playhouse), Yusuf Islam in Concert (tour), London Road (Workshop/National), Fantine in Les Misérables (Queen’s), Caesar’s servant in Julius Caesar, Iris in The Tempest and Habibah in Anthony and Cleopatra (RSC/tour/West End), Bunny in Hairy Fairies (Fick Productions), Joyce Lane in Simply Heavenly (ATG/Trafalgar Studios), Georgina Big in The Villains Opera (National), Liz de Souza in Passports to the Promised Land (Nitro), Cinderella in Cinderella (Watford Palace Theatre), Eponine in Les Misérables and Mimi Marquez in Rent. Television includes: Apple Tree House, Bear Behaving Badly, Kerching!, EastEnders, Doctors, Holby City, Casualty, The Wrong Door, Vera and Secret Diary of a Call Girl. Film includes: Ambition to Live and Dogs of War. Allyson won the 1998 MOBO Award for Best Unsigned Act.
Training: West Virginia University. Theatre includes: Disney’s Aladdin (West End/ Broadway/US tour; WhatsOnStage Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical), Big River (US tour), The Wiz, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Ragtime, The Little Mermaid, The Wizard of Oz, Into the Woods, Little Shop of Horrors, Rent, The Exonerated and This is the Life (ETA Hoffman Theatre, DE). Television includes: All Star Musicals, Strictly Come Dancing, The Americans, Sunday Night at the Palladium, Royal Variety Performance and Disney’s Broadway Hits at the Royal Albert Hall (Emmy Award). Radio includes: Magic at the Musicals. Other work includes: The soundtrack edition of The Christmasaurus. Trevor is also the songwriter and primary vocalist for the original Alternative Indie Soul band Neighborhood Goliath, who independently released their debut EP Between Satellites & Settling in 2015 and their first full-length album, Monster Victim Witness, in 2017 with new music releasing in 2019 and 2020.
Peggy Schuyler / Maria Reynolds
Hamilton marks Emilie’s West End debut. Theatre includes: Nala, The Lion King and Jungle Festival (Disneyland Paris), The Woman and Gobsmacked! (US tour), Diana Ross, The Magic of Motown (UK tour) and The Hitmaker: The Music of Nile Rodgers (lead vocalist/UK tour). Television includes: Crunch Summer Sizzle. Screen includes: Skoda Hype Crowd and Honne music video. Emilie is thrilled to be joining the cast of Hamilton, and would like to thank her family for their love and support.
Marquis De Lafayette / Thomas Jefferson
Jason was nominated for an Olivier for the role of Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson in the original cast of Hamilton, West End. He was also nominated for an Olivier for the role of Bobby Dupree in Memphis: The Musical at the Shaftesbury. He was Olivier and WhatsOnStage-nominated for the role of Jacob in La Cage Aux Folles at the Playhouse. Jason has three affiliated Best New Musical Olivier nominations for shows he choreographed: Soul Sister, Porgy and Bess and The Big Life (also WhatsOnStage nominated). Theatre includes: Father Comes Home from the Wars (Royal Court), Guys and Dolls (Phoenix), Kiss Me, Kate (Chichester Festival Theatre and Old Vic), Cats (UK tour), Starlight Express (Apollo Victoria), Five Guys Named Moe (Albery), Rent (Prince of Wales/first UK tour), Soul Train (Victoria Palace), The Big Life (Apollo/Theatre Royal Stratford East), Hey, Mr Producer! (Lyceum), Stomp (Vaudeville) and The Rat Pack (Savoy/Adelphi/US tour). Films include: Rocketman and Mister Lonely. Television includes: Kiss Me, Kate for BBC Proms, The Naked Choir, Shopping, All About the McKenzies and Stay Lucky.
Alternate Alexander Hamilton
Theatre includes: Mother Courage (Southwark Playhouse), Jesus Christ Superstar (Regent’s Park Open Air), Violetta’s Last Tango (Wilton’s Musical Hall), Side Show (Southwark Playhouse), The Little Match Girl (Sadler’s Wells), Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Playhouse Theatre, original London cast), From Here to Eternity (Shaftesbury, original cast), The World’s Greatest Show (Royal Opera House) and God’s Garden (UK tour). Television includes: Cold Feet. Recordings include: Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (original West End cast recording) and From Here to Eternity (original West End cast recording and DVD).
Training: LAMDA. Theatre includes: The Color Purple (Leicester Curve), Lola in Kinky Boots (Adelphi; Broadway World UK Award for Best Long-running West End Show Performer), Marianne (Without a Paddle), Man in If I Should Stay (Soho Theatre/The Sticking Place), Beauty’s Legacy and Parade (Edinburgh Fringe). Television includes: Feel Good. Film includes: Let it Snow, 2 Birds and a Wrench and Blue.
Sharon Rose found her voice in church choirs and on school stages at a very young age, and from then on, Sharon and her eclectic band of siblings traveled together playing gigs and venues all over the country in pursuit of their dream: making music that people can laugh, dance and cry to. A chance encounter found her in an audition room for the hit West End show Carole King: The Musical where she played the role of Little Eva. Since then she’s covered the role of Diana Ross in Motown: The Musical and played a Radio in Tony Kushner’s Broadway hit Caroline, or Change at the Hampstead Theatre before taking on three majestic roles as a standby in Hamilton.
Hercules Mulligan / James Madison
Theatre includes: Constable in Me and My Girl (Chichester Festival Theatre), Eat Moe in Five Guys Named Moe in the RAF 100th Anniversary Royal Gala (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Eat Moe in Five Guys Named Moe (Marble Arch), Johnny in The Rhythm Method (The Bush/Landor), Custus/Drummer in Crazy For You (The Watermill Theatre), Philip/swing/cover Paul in Kiss Me, Kate (UK tour), Willie Roberson in The Scottsboro Boys (Garrick and Young Vic), Gary Coleman in Avenue Q (Rugby Theatre), 42nd Street Gala (London Palladium and Dominion), and Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street and Bobby Child in Crazy for You (Rugby Theatre). Television includes: Backing dancer in The X Factor 2015, The Olivier Awards 2014 with the cast of The Scottsboro Boys, the National Television Awards 2013, the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony and Got to Dance 2013 with The Pulse Collective.
John Laurens / Philip Hamilton
Theatre includes: Issachar in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London Palladium), Marvin Gaye in Motown (Shaftesbury Theatre), Annie and Scottsboro Boys (Young Vic/Garrick), and Dear Edwina (Lost Theatre). Film includes: Rocketman
Theatre includes: DI Hyatt in A Very Expensive Poison (Old Vic), Harry in Company (West End), Charles Ingram in Quiz (West End/Chichester Festival Theatre), Against (Almeida), Mr Snow in Carousel (ENO), Nicely Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls, (West End, Olivier Award nomination for his performance), Francis in One Man Two Guvnors, (UK tour/West End/National), 1984 (West End/Headlong UK tour/Almeida), Dame Nanny Nora in Sleeping Beauty (Hackney Empire), Toad in The Wind in The Willows (Northampton Theatre Royal), Laurel and Hardy (Watermill Theatre), She Stoops to Conquer, (National), Noises Off (New Wolsey), Up on the Roof (Oldham Coliseum/UK tour) and Guys and Dolls (Salisbury Playhouse/Theatre Clwyd/Ipswich). US theatre credits include: Oklahoma, Assassins and The Grimm Tales. Television includes: "Hitmen," "Brexit," "Man Down," "Will," "Casualty," "Utopia," "Holby City," "Obsession," "Hollyoaks," "The Cast," "Lunch Monkeys" and "The Bill." Film includes: The Courier and Made of Honour.
Training: The Liz Burville Performing Arts Centre followed by Bird College, graduating in 2011. Theatre includes: 42nd Street (Curve Theatre), original cast member in Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Garrick), Thriller Live (Lyric), Strictly Ballroom (West Yorkshire Playhouse / Toronto), The Bodyguard, Dancing in the Streets and 20th Century Boy (UK tour) and Bugsy Malone (Lyric). Television includes: The X Factor live shows, The Brit Awards with Olly Murs and Rizzle Kicks, James Morrison music video and Royal Variety Performance. Workshops include: King Kong: The Musical. Jade would like to thank her family for their continued love and support.
Ensemble, George Eacker
Training: Millennium Performing Arts. Theatre includes: Ensemble/cover Banzai in The Lion King (Lyceum), ensemble in Monty Python Live (Mostly) and ensemble in Carmen (O2 Arena), featured dancer in Heartbeat of Home and Black King in Chess (world tour), ensemble/cover Lance in Viva Forever! (Piccadilly), swing in Hairspray (Shaftesbury) and ensemble in Aida (Royal Albert Hall). Television includes: Presenter on Milkshake.
Training: Stephenson graduated from The Royal Academy of Music in July 2018. Theatre whilst training includes Harthouse in Hard Times, Walter/Lamar/Doug in Elegies for Angels Punks and Raging Queens, and George in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Hamilton marks Stephenson’s professional debut.
Robson graduated from The Centre Performing Arts College, where he studied dance and musical theatre. He also trained with ZooNation Youth Company and was the recipient of the Stage Scholarship Award. While training he appeared in Aladdin at the Towngate Theatre, Basildon. Robson is thrilled to be making his West End debut in Hamilton.
Training: The Urdang Academy. Theatre includes: Motown: The Musical (Shaftesbury), Porgy and Bess (Grange Park Opera), Bring It On (Southwark Playhouse), Into the Woods (The Cockpit), The Producers (Selladoor/international tour), Midnight and Annie Get Your Gun (Union) and Ghost: The Musical (Asia tour). Television includes: The ABBA Christmas Special.
Training: Bodywork Dance Studios. Theatre includes: Ensemble in Dick Whittington (London Palladium), assistant dance captain/swing in The Bodyguard (original UK tour/West End/Toronto), assistant choreographer in Disaster! (Charing Cross), ensemble in Elf: The Musical (original cast Plymouth/Dublin), swing in We Will Rock You (Dominion), swing/Dinah/Buffy/Ashley/components in Starlight Express (Bochum), dance captain/assistant choreographer in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Manchester Opera House), swing in We Will Rock You (Zurich/Vienna) and ensemble/Linda/Patty in Saturday Night Fever (Asia tour). Lisa would like to dedicate her performance to her friend Matt Beadle (c-r-y.org.uk).
Training: Bird College. Theatre includes: Original West End cast ensemble in Hamilton and Sentebale Gala with Hamilton (Victoria Palace), Olivier Awards 2018 with Hamilton (Royal Albert Hall), Royal Variety Performance with Hamilton (London Palladium), original cast ensemble in The Bodyguard (Germany), Joule and understudied and played the roles of Buffy and Ashley in 25th Anniversary of Starlight Express (Germany), ensemble and understudied and played the roles of Patty and Frenchy in Grease (UK tour), ensemble and understudy for Cinderella in Cinderella (Aylesbury Theatre), and ensemble in Dick Whittington and Aladdin (Belgrade Theatre). She was also a dancer for Olly Murs at The Brit Awards 2012 and a dancer for Our Town Story (O2 Arena), medal ceremony presenter on Grandstand, skater for a New Balance corporate event, skater for an H&M Christmas advert, Joule on the 25th Anniversary cast recording of Starlight Express (Germany), skater and dancer for advert Hunky Dorys, Buffalo is How We Roll (Ireland). Kelly is delighted to be in the original West End cast of Hamilton and would like to thank her family and friends for their continued love and support.
Training: Guildford School of Acting. Theatre includes: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery (Criterion), The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales), The Bodyguard and The Buddy Holly Story (UK tour), Rent (Greenwich), The Shawshank Redemption (Secret Cinema), Beauty and the Beast (Imagine Theatre) and Cinderella (Polka Dot). Television includes: "Doctors," "Action Team" and "Murder in Successville." Film includes: Mister Mayfair. @lydiakfraser
Training: The BRIT School and Bird College. Theatre includes: Caroline, or Change (Playhouse Theatre) and Motown: The Musical (Shaftesbury). Film includes: Nostalgia. Other work includes: "The X Factor," Blue Peter Book Awards and The BRIT Awards.
Philip Schuyler / James Reynolds / Doctor / Ensemble
Manaia is originally from Wellington, New Zealand. Theatre includes: Raoul in Ken Hill’s Phantom of the Opera (Tokyo/NZ), ensemble/cover Seaweed J Stubbs in Hairspray and ensemble/cover Billy Lawlor 42nd Street (NZ) and Harry in My Fair Lady (Theatre Royal Bath). Hamilton marks Manaia’s West End debut and he would like to thank his partner Brittany, his friends, his family and Gilbert and Payne for all their love and support.
Charles Lee / Ensemble
Training: Tring Park School for the Performing Arts & National Youth Music Theatre. Theatre Credits include: Leading Player in Pippin (Tring Park), Wild Bill Hickok in Calamity Jane (Tring Park), Ethan Le Boeuf in Billy the Kid (Leicester Curve), Ensemble in The Battle of Boat (Rose Theatre, Kingston), Ensemble in Pendragon (Theatre Royal), ENCORE: 40 Years of NYMT (Adelphi Theatre), Featured Soloist/Street Chorus in Bernstein’s MASS (Royal Festival Hall). Television Credits: "Hollyoaks," "Pitch Battle: Series 1" Finalist, Satsuma Loans advertisement, Disney Channel: "Evermoor Chronicles" Season 2. Joe is very excited to be making his West End debut in Hamilton.
Theatre includes: Melchior in Spring Awakening and Riff in West Side Story (The Frogmore Papermill) and Chino in West Side Story (BBC Proms 2018/Royal Albert Hall). Concerts include: Soloist at The Industry Minds Awards 2019 and vocalist in Live at the Zedel. Jake is so thrilled to be making his West End debut in Hamilton and would like to thank his family and friends for their endless love and support. Jake would like to dedicate his performance to the memory of his big brother, Ben.
Swing, Dance Captain
Training: University of Arizona BFA Theatre & Dance program. Theatre includes: Hamilton (Broadway), Chistery in Wicked (Broadway), La Cienega in Bring It On (Broadway), Mika in Hit the Wall (Off-Broadway), Memphis (Broadway), Tyrelle in Nobody’s Girl (NJ Rep) and Tarzan (Broadway). Film includes: Demolition and Michael and Clyde. Television includes: Elementary, Grease Live, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Blue Bloods, Broad City, America’s Got Talent and Good Morning America. Other work includes: The Tony Awards 67 and 70, "25 to Watch" for Dance Magazine. This production marks Gregory’s West End debut.
Training: Phil Winston’s Theatreworks. Theatre includes: Matilda (Cambridge Theatre), The All Male Mikado and An Evening of Dirty Dancing (UK tour), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Legally Blonde (Kilworth House), We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre), A Chorus Line and Peter Pan (Lowry, Manchester), and Cinderella (Wolverhampton Grand). Film includes: Lead role First Time Loser. Television includes: Maskface in "Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway," "A League of Their Own," The Olivier Awards, Blue Peter and "Britain’s Got Talent."
Samuel Seabury / Ensemble
Training: Performers College graduating with a National Diploma. Theatre includes: Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (UK Tour), Cinderella (Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham), Bugsy Malone (Lyric Hammersmith - Understudy Bugsy) Mickey in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Original Cast Sheffield Crucible) Television Credits: "X Factor," "Britain’s Got Talent" (The Beat Brothers) Other work includes: Anthony Nolan Daisy Ball (Grosvenor House Hotel), FA Cup Final (Wembley Stadium) Barney would like to thank his Mum and Dad for their love and support and his agent Vanessa Leagh-Hicks as he makes his West End debut.
Training: The BRIT School and Bird College. Theatre includes: Ensemble in The Bodyguard (Vienna), Philip in Kiss Me, Kate (Opera North/London Coliseum) and ensemble/cover Silly Billy in Jack and The Beanstalk (Cliffs Pavilion, Southend). Credits whilst training: Curtis in Sister Act, featured vocalist in Retro and Roger in Rent. Other credits include: Overcome music video for Laura Mvula, Little Ones music video for Kwaye. DeAngelo is thrilled to be making his West End debut in Hamilton and would like to thank his family and friends for their love and support.
Training: Expressions Academy of Performing Arts. Theatre includes: Evita (Regent’s Park Open Air), Disney’s Aladdin: The Musical (Prince Edward), Aladdin (Wolverhampton Grand Theatre) and Dick Whittington (Leatherhead Theatre). Film includes: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. Commercials include: Coca-Cola, Sure and Amazon.
Training: Natasha trained at the Urdang Academy where she performed in Catch Me If You Can as Brenda and Legally Blonde. Credits while training: Disaster! (Charing Cross) and performances with the London Children’s ballet. Theatre includes: Fermina in Man of La Mancha (London Coliseum), Suzanne De Passé/Florence Ballard in Motown: The Musical (Shaftesbury), dance captain in The Beggar’s Opera (international tour) and Aladdin (SEC Centre Glasgow). Television includes: "Sing While You Work" and the Treasure Your River campaign for the Hubbub Foundation.
Training: BA from Yale University and MA from Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Theatre includes: In the West End: Sunset Boulevard and Sweeney Todd (London Coliseum), Miss Saigon (Prince Edward), Urinetown: The Musical (Apollo), Shrek: The Musical (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) and Sister Act (London Palladium). Additionally: Unicorn (The Other Palace), Sister Act (Curve Leicester/UK tour/Ireland tour), Sister Act (Aberystwyth Arts), Urinetown: The Musical (St James), Next Thing You Know (Landor), Show Boat (Carnegie Hall), Meet John Doe (Goodspeed Opera House) and But the Giraffe/Brundibar (Yale Rep/Off Broadway). Television includes: Judge on Sing: Ultimate A Cappella. Film includes: Miss Saigon: 25th Anniversary Performance. Other work includes: Berstein – Stage and Screen (BBC Proms/Royal Albert Hall), Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton (Royal Albert Hall /UK tour), Josh Groban’s All That Echoes tour. Aaron also wrote the original musical From Up Here, available on iTunes and Digital Theatre.
Training: Laine Theatre Arts, graduating with a National Diploma in Professional Dance & Musical Theatre. Theatre includes: The Bodyguard (West End/UK Tour/ international tour), featured dancer in Thursford Christmas Spectacular, dance captain with P&O Cruises and Costa Cruises, and ensemble in Aladdin for First Family Entertainment.
Training: BA (Hons) in musical theatre at The Arts Educational Schools, London. Theatre includes: Rosie in Sweet Charity (Nottingham Playhouse), King In Concert and Cinderella (Hackney Empire), pop choir in Chess (London Coliseum), Mary in Oranges and Elephants (Hoxton Hall), Jesus Christ Superstar (Regent’s Park Open Air; winner of Best Revival at The Olivier Awards 2017), Myrtle the Mermaid in Peter Pan (Gordon Craig Theatre), Shell Dockley in Bad Girls: The Musical (Union), Francine in Jersey Boys, Bootie in Tonight’s The Night and Serena in Legally Blonde (UK tour). Television includes: Carly Ford in "Doctors" and The Olivier Awards 2017. Other work includes: Backing vocalist for Il Divo at The Classical Brits 2011 and singing at Paris Fashion Week 2016.
Training: Laine Theatre Arts. Theatre includes: Guys and Dolls (Théâtre Marigny, Paris), The Producers (Royal Exchange, Manchester), Alonso in Hamilton-Lewis (The King’s Head/Edinburgh Festival) and Peter Pan (Churchill Theatre/Hull New Theatre). Other credits include: NFL London Games (Twickenham). Louis is thrilled to be making his West End debut in Hamilton, and would like to thank his friends and family for being such an incredible network of support.
Theatre includes: Bill Calhoun in Kiss Me, Kate (The Watermill Theatre), Berry Gordy in the final London cast of Motown: The Musical (Shaftesbury), Drifter in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical and Whistle Down The Wind (Aldwych), Duane in Hairspray (Gordon Craig Theatre), understudy and played Curtis in Save The Last Dance For Me (UK tour), Marlow in She Stoops to Conquer (London Contemporary), and Sword and The Dope (Kings Head). Television includes: I Dream, Top of the Pops and Blue Peter. Film includes: Seeing Double. Other work includes: The Queen’s Jubilee and Smile. Jay was an original member of pop group S Club Juniors.
Swing, Dance Captain
Training: Fiorello H LaGuardia High School for Music and Art and Performing Arts in New York City and SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. She is a 2011 USA National Young Arts Foundation Level 1 Winner in Modern Dance. Theatre includes: Connie Wong in A Chorus Line (London Palladium, Japan and USA), ensemble/Two Ladies in Rufus Norris’s Cabaret (UK tour), Lambchops in Fame (UK tour), Associate Choreographer/swing for the Olivier Award-winning production of In the Heights (King’s Cross Theatre), Daisy in the McOnie Company’s Jekyll and Hyde (Old Vic), Sally in Broad Shadow (NT Dorfman Theatre), dance captain/ensemble for Strictly Ballroom (West Yorkshire Playhouse and Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto) the Broadway development workshops for Drew McOnie’s King Kong, and Everyone’s Talking About Jamie, scheduled to be released by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures in 2020.
Training: Nellie Stagles School of Dance and Phil Winston’s Theatre Works. Theatre includes: Stephanie Mangano in Saturday Night Fever (Beau Sejour), Roxie Hart in Chicago (Singapore), Liz in Chicago (UK tour), covered and performed Natalie in Love Me Tender (UK tour), Dance ’Til Dawn (UK tour), Dakota and covered Dee Dee, Satan/Baby Jane in Tonight’s the Night (UK tour), Teen Queen/covered and played Meat in We Will Rock You (Dominion), swing and covered and played Rusty and Wendy Jo in Footloose (UK tour), Lamb Chops in Fame (Grimaldi Forum, Monte Carlo), Maggie Winslow in A Chorus Line (Lowry Theatre, Manchester), swing and covered and played Chloe in Never Forget (UK tour), Ali in Mamma Mia! (international tour), Lamb Chops and covered and performed Carmen Jones, Serena Katz and Mabel Washington in Fame (Aldwych), Peter Pan (Mayflower Theatre, Southampton for Qdos Pantomimes) and Dance Captain on Snow White for Pantoni Pantomimes (Doncaster). Workshops include: Waterbabies for Tristan Baker Productions. Recordings include: soloist on Ian Meeson’s album, The Good Singer. Lindsay can also be heard in 42 countries as a vocalist on IDTA Theatre Craft Syllabus.
Theatre includes: Gloria Jones in 20th Century Boy, The Lorax (Old Vic), One Love (Birmingham Rep), The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales), Jane Eyre (National), Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors (Royal Exchange), Gary Coleman in Avenue Q (UK tour, Sell a Door) and Gary Coleman in Avenue Q (South Korea tour, GWB Entertainment).
Workshops include: Ikette in Tina (Playful Productions), various in The Suicide and company in Pinocchio (National), and E-RD Girl in The Warriors Ldn (Theatre Royal Stratford East and The Barbican).
Book, Music and Lyrics
Broadway: Composer/Lyricist/Usnavi of In the Heights (four Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Score, Grammy Award, Pulitzer Prize finalist), Bring It On: The Musical (co-composer/co-lyricist, Tony nomination for Best Musical), West Side Story (2009 revival, Spanish translations). Off-Broadway: Hamilton (10 Lortel Awards, three Outer Critics Circle Awards, eight Drama Desk Awards, the 2015 New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best New Musical and the 2015 Obie Award for Best New American Play); Merrily We Roll Along, tick, tick…BOOM! (both City Center Encores!). With Tom Kitt, Lin-Manuel received an Emmy Award for “Bigger” from “The 67th Annual Tony Awards.” TV/film: “Freestyle Love Supreme,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Smash,” “Do No Harm,” “Modern Family,” “House,” “The Electric Company,” “Sesame Street,” “The Sopranos,” The Odd Life of Timothy Green, 200 Cartas. For Vanessa, best of wives and best of women.
Broadway: In the Heights (Tony nomination), Lombardi, Magic/Bird. Off-Broadway: Hamilton (the Public; Drama Desk, Lortel and Obie Awards), In the Heights (Callaway Award, Drama Desk/OCC noms), Randy Newman's Faust and The Wiz (City Center), Broke-ology and When I Come to Die (LCT), Family Furniture (The Flea, Drama Desk nom), The Tutors (2ST Uptown). Other credits: Broke-ology (Williamstown), Once on This Island (Paper Mill), In the Heights (National Tour). Co-creator/director of hip-hop improv group Freestyle Love Supreme. Martin E. Segal Award from Lincoln Center. Graduate of Wesleyan University.
Mr. Blankenbuehler is a three-time Tony Award winner for his choreography in the Broadway productions of Bandstand, In the Heights, and Hamilton, for which he also received London’s Olivier Award. The recent production of Bandstand (director/choreographer) also received the Drama Desk and Chita Rivera Award for Best Choreography. Other Broadway credits include Bring It On, 9 To 5, The People in the Picture, The Apple Tree, Annie, and the recent revival of Cats. Upcoming theatre projects include the new musical Only Gold with British singer/songwriter Kate Nash and the musical Five Points. On television, Mr. Blankenbuehler’s work has been seen most recently on the Emmy Award-winning FX series Fosse/Verdon, and his choreography can be seen in the recent Universal Studio film of the musical Cats. Andy is very proud to have made his concert debut earlier this year with a piece entitled Remember Our Song for the Tulsa Ballet Company. As a performer, Mr. Blankenbuehler has danced on Broadway in Fosse, Contact, Man of La Mancha, Saturday Night Fever, Steel Pier, Big, and Guys and Dolls. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. Blankenbuehler resides in New York City, with his wife Elly and two children, Luca and Sofia. Mr. Blankenbuehler is a recipient of a special 2015 Drama Desk Award for his achievement in the theater. Mr. Blankenbuehler received the 2018 Kennedy Center Honors for his work on the musical Hamilton.
Orchestrations / Co-Arranger
Alex Lacamoire has won three Tonys and three Grammys for his work on the Broadway musicals Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen and In the Heights. He won his fourth Grammy producing the soundtrack for The Greatest Showman, and he recently won an Emmy for his work on the TV show Fosse/Verdon. In 2018 he received a Kennedy Center Honors for his work on Hamilton. As Music Director, Arranger and/or Orchestrator, credits include: Carmen La Cubana; Bring It On; 9 to 5 (Drama Desk and Grammy nominations); High Fidelity; Wicked; Godspell (2001 National Tour); Bat Boy: The Musical. Film/TV credits also include: In The Heights (2020); Incredibles 2; The Oscars (2018); Sesame Street (Emmy-nominated composer). Love to his family and to his wife, Ileana.
Author of the book "Alexander Hamilton"
Ron Chernow is the prize-winning, best-selling author of seven volumes and the recipient of the 2015 National Humanities Medal. His first book, “The House of Morgan,” won the National Book Award; “Washington: A Life” won the Pulitzer Prize for biography; and “Alexander Hamilton” — the inspiration for the musical — won the George Washington Book Prize. A past president of PEN America, Chernow has received eight honorary doctorates. He resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Broadway: Hamilton (Tony nomination), Beetlejuice, Dear Evan Hansen, War Paint (Tony nomination), Bandstand, Misery, Motown the Musical, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Annie, Bring It On, Magic/Bird, An Evening with Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin, Godspell, Chinglish, The Pee-wee Herman Show, Lombardi, Passing Strange and Bridge and Tunnel. TV: “Grease: Live!” (Emmy Award). Concert: Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Kanye West, Sia, Mariah Carey, Andrea Bocelli. Extensive Off-Broadway/regional theater, hospitality, event and experience design. Dad: Stella and Vivian.
Recently received an Emmy Award for costume design of “The Wiz! Live” and a Tony Award for costume design of Hamilton. Film: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (Cine Mosaic/HBO). Broadway: Side Show; Doctor Zhivago; Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk (Tony nomination); Memphis (Tony nomination); In the Heights (Tony nomination); The Color Purple (Tony nomination); A Streetcar Named Desire (Tony nomination); Caroline, or Change; Elaine Strich at Liberty.
Broadway: Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of The Temptations, Allegiance, Come From Away, After Midnight (2014 Tony nomination), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (2011 Tony nomination), West Side Story (2009 Tony nomination), In the Heights (2008 Tony nomination), Jersey Boys (2006 Tony winner), Avenue Q, The Full Monty, Parade, Kiss of the Spider Woman (1993 Tony nomination/Oliver and Dora winner). Co-founder/resident lighting designer: Parsons Dance.
Recent Broadway: Bright Star, It Shoulda Been You, Mothers and Sons, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Tony nomination), The Performers, Magic/Bird. Off-Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen, The Landing (The Vineyard Theatre), Far From Heaven (Playwrights Horizons). Audio Consultant for Carnegie Hall’s Isaac Stern Auditorium.
Hair and Wig Design
More than 100 Broadway/Off-Broadway shows including Hamilton, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Anastasia, The Band’s Visit, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, The Cher Show, SpongeBob SquarePants (2018 Drama Desk Award), Torch Song Trilogy, The Lifespan of a Fact, In the Heights, Jersey Boys. Television: “The Wiz Live!” (Emmy Award nomination), “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert” (Emmy Award nomination), “Blue Bloods,” “American Crime,” “Madoff,” “Hairspray Live!,” “In a Man’s World.”
Associate & Supervising Choreographer
Broadway: Hamilton, If/Then, In the Heights, Bring It On. Off-Broadway and 1st national tours: Bombay Dreams, In the Heights (Drama Desk Award), Bring It On (Alexis). Other: Fly, Carmencita Jones, Only Gold. Other Choreography: Victoria’s Secret, Brooklynettes and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Richard’s recent work includes orchestrating and musical supervising the UK tour of The Addams Family, orchestrating and musical directing for the Gary Barlow musical The Girls (Phoenix, Leeds and Salford) and musical arranger for the BBC entertainment show Pitch Battle. Richard’s Musical Supervisor roles include The Bodyguard (UK and international tours) and Associate Musical Supervisor on Priscilla Queen of the Desert. His Musical Director credits for theatre include: The Bodyguard (Adelphi), Betty Blue Eyes (Novello), Hair (Gielgud), Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Palace), Grease (Piccadilly), the 2007 UK tour of Fame, the 2005-2006 UK tour of Grease, Blood Brothers (UK tour) and The Rocky Horror Show (UK and European tours). He is conductor and MD of Triqueta, a symphonic rock piece. He was Musical Supervisor for the annual West End Eurovision from its inception to its final year in 2014. Assistant Musical Director credits for theatre include: Jesus Christ Superstar (Slovenia), Cabaret (European tour) and Our House (Cambridge). Richard’s commercial credits include: Brian McFadden (BMG) and keyboards for Westlife. He was the co-creator and vocal arranger for Band of Voices, semi-finalists in 2013 Britain’s Got Talent. He was the songwriter for the singer Charlie Green who released an EP, Release Me, in 2012. He has produced the debut albums of the singers Shona White (I’ll Bring You a Song) and Chris Thatcher (Jesus Christ Superstar) as well as contributing songs to both. Additionally, Richard has composed and arranged music for The Lover’s Spiral (commissioned by The Royal Ballet School) and Perfectly Frank – Songs from The Rocky Horror Show. Richard’s first musical, Today is My Day, premiered in London in 2010 and his album Songs was released in 2012 to critical acclaim. He regularly performs concerts of his music.
Stephen is originally from Edinburgh and trained at The Arts Educational Schools, London and on the Musical Theatre course at The Dance School of Scotland, Glasgow. Recent theatre directing includes: You Forgot the Mince (Edinburgh/UK tour), Benighted (J B Priestley – world premiere, Off West End Award nomination for Best Direction), Cat. The Play!!! (Ambassadors), Stephen Sondheim’s Putting It Together (Lyric Theatre, Belfast), Elegies (Criterion), Little Women (Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham), The Last Five Years (Lyric Theatre, Belfast), Dubailand (Finborough), Return to the Forbidden Planet (SWG3, Glasgow), If Only... by Michel Tremblay (Bread & Roses Theatre, London), Circuit Breaker (Timewave Festival, London), Cross Purpose by Albert Camus (King’s Head) and Jubilee Street (Theatre503, London). Film directing includes: Da (in post-production – release 2018), Fact of Life (short/Colchester Film Festival), Shooting Star (music video/The Big Bads/Rare Moustache) and The Trip (short/London Sci-Fi Festival 2014) and 13 (short/Rare Moustache). Associate/Assistant Director credits include: 42nd Street (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Barnum (Cameron Mackintosh/Michael Harrison), From Here to Eternity (West End, 2014 cinema release), Private Lives (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh), La Fanciulla del West (Opera Holland Park), Rent (Greenwich Theatre), Noye’s Fludde by Benjamin Britten (Aldeburgh Music Festival/BBC), What You Will (Shakespeare’s Globe/London 2012 Festival), While the Sun Shines (Top Goat Productions, Lion & Unicorn Theatre) and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Lost Theatre).
Carrie-Anne Ingrouille is a performer, choreographer and director originating from Guernsey. She has been a core member of the award-winning ZooNation Dance Company (who specialise in narrative hip hop theatre) since 2005. Her credits with the company include: Into the Hoods, Some Like it Hip Hop, ZooNation 10 Year Anniversary, Groove on Down the Road, ZooNation: Unplugged, The Show of Life, The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party and the London handover ceremonies for the Beijing Olympics, 2008. Carrie wears many different hats within ZooNation and her various roles include associate director, resident director, choreographer, performer and teacher. Carrie-Anne’s other performing and choreography theatre credits include: Blaze, The Street Dance Sensation (Peacock Theatre and European tour), Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Duke of York’s and UK tour), The Suicide (NT), I Can’t Sing! The X Factor Musical (London Palladium), The International Olympic Committee Heads of State Performance 2012 (Royal Opera House), The Realness and Polatrix (Hackney Down Studios), R&D (Hampstead Theatre), Back to the Lab, Sum of Parts and Breakin’ Convention (Sadler’s Wells), The Catherine Tate Show Live (UK tour) and Whydentity (Royal Festival Hall). Carrie also engages in work in the commercial industry and has choreographed various music videos/live performances, corporate engagements and campaigns such as, Change4Life Summer Campaign 2015, StreetDance 3D (Vertigo Films), Sony ‘Dance Star Party’ (Playstation 3 Games), Esmee Denters T4 On the Beach (live performance), Elderbrook ‘Good Times’ music video, Google "Engage EMEA" Corporate Dublin, F&F Children’s Autumn Campaign 2015 (internet advertisement), Sassoon at Salon International (gala dinner and presentation). As well as performing and choreographing, Carrie-Anne is extremely passionate about training and education and teaches at some of the UK’s leading dance establishments. She regularly tutors at the ZooNation Academy of Dance – and works closely with ZooNation Youth Company and other companies such as Boadicea and Woodside Dance Retreat. Carrie is also a regular adjudicator both nationally and internationally at various dance festivals and competitions around the world.
US Associate Set Designer
Rod is proud to have been a part of the Hamilton family since its Off-Broadway premiere at the Public Theater. He has been the lead associate designer on hundreds of shows and projects in partnership with David Korins. London credits include: Hamilton and Motown. Broadway credits include: Hamilton, War Paint, Misery, Motown, Annie, The Pee-wee Herman Show, Passing Strange and Bridge and Tunnel. Additionally, he has worked Off-Broadway, regionally and in TV and film. Rod attended the NYU, Tisch School of the Arts, New York.
UK Associate Set Designer
David trained at Wimbledon School of Art, London. He’s currently designing The Sound of Music in São Paulo, which will tour in Brazil. Recent designs include: Hardboiled, David Copperfield and Writer’s Block for The Watermill Theatre, Idiot-Syncracy (Bilbao) and Tame Game and City for Bloom Dance, which have toured internationally. As an associate for Cameron Mackintosh, he has helped to deliver Miss Saigon in the West End and UK tour, Les Misérables in Mexico, Providence, São Paulo, Singapore, Manila, Seoul, Daegu and Half A Sixpence at Chichester Festival Theatre and the West End. Other associate roles include Man of La Mancha in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro and Twelve Angry Men at the Birmingham Rep and the West End. As an assistant, he has worked on over 40 theatre productions including Barnum, Funny Girl, Chaplin the Musical, Noises Off and Oliver! Outside of theatre, David has designed a coffee shop within a Wren church in the City of London, and the restaurant Deli Ohio in Canton, Ohio.
Associate Costume Designer
Angela M. Kahler is very excited to be here working on the London production of Hamilton. Her Associate and Assistant credits include: Hamilton (The Public Theatre, Broadway, Chicago and the Angelica tour), Pippin (US tour), Soul Doctor (Broadway), The Mountaintop (Broadway), How I Learned, What I Learned (Signature Theatre), Jesus Christ Superstar (Broadway), Spiderman, Turn Off the Dark (Broadway), The Color Purple (Broadway), Mamma Mia! (Broadway), 42nd Street (Broadway), Aida (Broadway), Annie Get Your Gun (Broadway and US tour), Seussical the Musical (Broadway) and Capeman (Broadway).
US Associate Lighting Designer
On Broadway Ryan has served as the Associate Lighting Designer for: Prince of Broadway, Come from Away, Bronx Tale, Paramour, Hamilton, Dr Zhivago, Honeymoon in Vegas, After Midnight, A Christmas Story, Jesus Christ Superstar, Magic/Bird, How to Succeed..., Lombardi, Million Dollar Quartet, West Side Story, Cry Baby, Gypsy, In the Heights, Xanadu, LoveMusik and Avenue Q. O’Gara graduated from North Carolina School of the Arts.
UK Associate Lighting Designer
Theatre, opera and ballet (as Lighting Designer) includes: Wind in the Willows (West End), Crazy for You (Göteborg Opera), Our House (Pimlico Opera), Miss Saigon – Broadway/Japanese tour (as Associate Lighting Designer), Art (Old Vic – as Associate Lighting Designer), The Revenger’s Tragedy (Webber Douglas Studio), Rigolleto (Bucharest National Opera), Macbeth (Scottish Opera), Sister Act (Pimlico Opera), Fortunio (Grange Park Opera and Buxton Festival), The Lady from the Sea (Scottish Opera), The Magic Flute (Longborough Festival Opera), Les Misérables and West Side Story (Pimlico Opera), Tosca (Grange Park Opera at Nevill Holt), Noughts and Crosses (Royal Shakespeare Company), Orpheus (Ballet Black), The Lighthouse, La Scala di Seta, El Gato con Botas, Les Nuits d’été, Le Portrait de Manon, Bastien und Bastienne and Mozart and Salieri (Jette Parker Young Artists, Royal Opera House), Exposure Opera, Exposure Dance, Summer Collections, The Gentle Giant, Wind in the Willows (Linbury, ROH), Heart of Darkness (Opera Genesis, Linbury, ROH), In Good Company (Linbury, ROH Birmingham Royal Ballet, Australian Ballet, National Ballet of Canada), Wonderlands, Joie de Vivre, Hooray for Hollywood, Broadway, Noitamina and Legends (Orchard Theatre), Antigone (RBC Studio), Phantasy (Rambert Dance), Studio Nights (English National Opera), Carousel (Opera North, Barbican and Paris – as Associate Lighting Designer) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Royal Scottish Conservatoire). Warren trained in Lighting Design at Rose Bruford College.
US Associate Sound Designer
As associate designer: Hamilton (The Public Theater, Broadway, Chicago, and US tours), Bright Star (Broadway), It Shoulda Been You (Broadway), Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Broadway and First US tour), The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Broadway and US tour), The Addams Family (Broadway, First US tour, Sydney, São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and Mexico City). Plays as Broadway associate: Venus in Fur, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Mothers and Sons, The Performers, Magic/Bird and Lombardi. Recent sound design credits include: Found (Philadelphia Theatre Company), The Tempest (The Public Theater/Shakespeare in the Park), Othello (The Old Globe) and Somewhere (Hartford Stage). System Engineer at the Metropolitan Opera for the recent new productions of: L’Amour de Loin, Die Fledermaus, The Merry Widow and The Death of Klinghoffer. He is a Broadcast Engineer for the Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network.
UK Associate Sound Designer
During the past 20 years Paul has been involved in the sound design and mixing of countless first-class musical theatre productions across the West End, Broadway, Europe, Asia and Australia. Working for many years as Associate to renowned sound designer Mick Potter, Paul has been fortunate to be part of the team creating all new sound designs for classic musicals such as Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon. Alongside theatre, Paul also has an active career in the music and film industry, working on post-production audio and mixing commercially released single and album projects. Sound Designer credits include: Walt Disney Theatrical and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins (Zurich, Dubai, Japan). Associate Sound Designer credits include: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White (London and Broadway), The Sound of Music (London, Toronto and UK tour), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Adelphi), Saturday Night Fever (Apollo Victoria, Madrid Teatro Coliseum and UK tours), Zorro – The Musical (Garrick, Paris Folies Bergère), Scrooge – The Musical (UK tours), Der Schuh des Manitu (eater des Westens, Berlin), Ich War Noch Niemals in New York (Operettenhaus, Hamburg and Coliseum, Stuttgart), Hair (Gate), Whistle Down the Wind (Palace), Starlight Express (UK tours), The Phantom of the Opera (London and Broadway sound re-designs, Hamburg, Paris), Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular (Venetian), Sister Act – The Musical (London Palladium), the new Cameron Mackintosh 25th Anniversary production of Les Misérables (international tours, Madrid, US 1st national tour, Spanish tour) and The Phantom of the Opera (UK tour), Love Never Dies (Adelphi and Australia), Michael Grandage’s production of Evita (1st national US tour), Miss Saigon (Netherlands, Japan) and Half A Sixpence (Chichester Festival Theatre and Noël Coward). Paul associate designed and mixed the 25th Anniversary Concert of Les Misérables at the O2 Arena and the 25th Anniversary production of The Phantom of the Opera at The Royal Albert Hall. Film includes: Film audio mixing for Miss Saigon Definitive Live Recording at the Prince Edward, Miss Saigon: 25th Anniversary Performance and the recent Walt Disney Theatrical’s release of Newsies Live.
Synthesizer and Drum Programmer
Randy Cohen has programmed more than 70 Broadway shows including Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Dear Evan Hansen, Frozen, Anastasia, Pretty Woman, Kinky Boots, A Bronx Tale, Once on This Island (revival), Bring It On, Grey Gardens, Peter and the Starcatcher, and In the Heights. Keyboardist for TV’s “Sesame Street.”
Associate Synthesizer Programmer
Taylor J. Williams has had his work heard on Broadway and around the world in numerous productions including the 2016 revival of Falsettos, Disney’s Frozen, Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Lion King, Waitress, Anastasia, Monsoon Wedding, Dear Evan Hansen and The Prince of Egypt. In addition to being a part of the Grammy Award-winning cast album for Hamilton, he’s had the pleasure of contributing to albums for Heathers, Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical, SpongeBob SquarePants, Sunday in the Park With George with Jake Gyllenhaal, A New Brain with Jonathan Groff, and the world premiere recording of Alan Menken & Howard Ashman’s first musical God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater. Television projects include the 70th Annual TONY Awards and Grease: Live! In addition to traditional electronic instrument programming, Taylor has provided musical arrangements, soundscape and sample design, MIDI sequencing, and keyboard accompaniment for varied clients.
Ableton Programmer / Beatmaster
Scott Wasserman lives and works in New York City as a composer, orchestrator, electronic music programmer, and music director. Broadway Ableton Programming credits include Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen and The Great Comet. Other Broadway: Escape to Margaritaville, Annie and Leap of Faith. Other New York: The Bad Years (Director of Musical Programming), Invisible Thread (Ableton Programmer), 21 Chump Street with This American Life (Ableton Programmer). As an orchestrator, Scott’s work can be heard on The 71st Tony Awards, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The Radio City Summer Spectacular, Standardized Testing - The Musical!!!! and Joel B. New’s album Cabot Cove (Broadway Records). Scott co-hosts the podcast Song Salad with writing partner Shannon Deep. BFA in Music Composition, Carnegie Mellon University. Unending love to Meghan, Hudson and Ellis.
Broadway: Hamilton, The Last Ship, A Night with Janis Joplin, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Magic/Bird, The Miracle Worker, In the Heights, Grey Gardens, Lestat, The Glass Menagerie, Bombay Dreams, Hairspray, Neil Simon’s 45 Seconds from Broadway, Footloose, The Scarlet Pimpernel and others.
The company, founded by Andy Barnwell in 1994, is one of the foremost orchestral management companies in the UK, having been responsible for providing the musicians for over 200 productions in London, throughout the UK and internationally. Current London productions include: Hamilton, The Grinning Man, An American in Paris, Aladdin, Motown the Musical and, recently, Jesus Christ Superstar, Lady Day, The Wind in the Willows, Half A Sixpence, Committee (Donmar), On the Town, Love’s Labour’s Lost/Much Ado About Nothing, In the Heights, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Last Tango (and tour), Bugsy Malone, Show Boat, Guys and Dolls (and Chichester and tour), Gypsy (and Chichester), Memphis, Sinatra, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, High Society, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Made in Dagenham, City of Angels, Urinetown, The Pajama Game, Porgy and Bess, Monty Python Live (mostly) (O2 Arena), I Can’t Sing! – The X-Factor Musical, Spamalot (and tours), A Chorus Line, Kiss Me, Kate, Sweeney Todd, Crazy for You, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Love Story, Into the Woods and Sister Act (and tour). Current/recent regional/UK tours include: Shrek (and London), Tango Moderno: Hairspray – The Musical (and London), Fiddler on the Roof, Caroline, or Change, Addams Family, Billy Elliot (and London), The Commitments (and London), One Love – The Bob Marley Musical, Funny Girl (and London), Strictly Ballroom, The Rocky Horror Show (and London), Mack & Mabel (and Chichester), A Damsel in Distress, Love Me Tender, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (and London), The Producers, Dance ’til Dawn (and London), Anything Goes, Spamalot, Dirty Dancing (and London), Singin’ in the Rain (and London), Annie Get Your Gun, West Side Story, Oliver!, Legally Blonde and South Pacific.
Jeffrey Seller is the winner of four Tony Awards for Best Musical: Hamilton (2016) and Rent (1996), both of which won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama; Avenue Q (2004); and In the Heights (2008). Jeffrey also produced De La Guarda (1998), Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party (2000), Baz Luhrmann’s production of Puccini’s La Bohème (2002), High Fidelity (2006), the 2009 revival of West Side Story and The Last Ship (2014). Jeffrey was also executive producer of the NBC drama “Rise” (2018). Jeffrey graduated from the University of Michigan in 1986.
Received the Tony Award for Best Musical for Hamilton (Pulitzer Prize winner) and In the Heights. Has served as a co-producer/investor for numerous Broadway, national, and international productions. Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera, Grand Hotel, Follies, West Side Story, Bengal Tiger and The Last Ship are among his many investments. His career began with a multi-product fashion manufacturing and distributing company, which expanded into ventures in the cosmetics and real estate industries.
Broadway: Freestyle Love Supreme, Hamilton (Tony Award), In the Heights (Tony Award), Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Heiress, Seminar, West Side Story, The Drowsy Chaperone, Sly Fox, and Fortune’s Fool. Off-Broadway: On the Line and Adult Entertainment. In 2011, Furman received the Robert Whitehead Award for Outstanding Achievement in Commercial Theatre Producing. Furman is on the board of the Lung Cancer Research Foundation, the corporation of Brown University, and the President’s Advisory Council for the Arts at Brown.
Premiered Hamilton on January 20, 2015, on the same stage where A Chorus Line premiered 40 years earlier. New York’s Public Theater continues the work of founder Joe Papp as an advocate for theater as an essential cultural force, leading and framing the important issues of our day. Programming includes new work, Shakespeare in the Park, Public Forum, Mobile Unit, Under the Radar, Public Studio, Public Works, Joe’s Pub. Recipient of 59 Tonys, 169 Obies, 53 Drama Desk Awards, 54 Lortel Awards, 32 OCC Awards, 6 Pulitzer Prizes.
Cameron has produced the three longest-running musicals of all time: Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera and Cats. His co-production with Disney of Mary Poppins continues to break records and disperse her magic globally. His acclaimed new production of Miss Saigon is now playing a UK national tour as well as on Broadway and in North America. Cameron also enjoys producing new versions of such classics as Oliver!, My Fair Lady, Oklahoma!, Carousel, Follies and most recently the reinvented Half A Sixpence. Original musicals he has produced include Little Shop of Horrors, Side By Side By Sondheim, Tomfoolery, Martin Guerre, Betty Blue Eyes and The Witches of Eastwick. In 2013, in conjunction with Working Title Films and Universal, Cameron produced the Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA award-winning film of Les Misérables. Cameron owns eight historic theatres in London’s West End, all of which have undergone spectacular refurbishment. Music Theatre International, the world’s largest representative of secondary rights of many of the greatest musicals ever written, is now one of Cameron’s companies. He was knighted in the 1996 New Year’s Honours for his services to British theatre and is the first British producer to be elected to Broadway’s Theatre Hall of Fame.
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