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Show Dates & Times

Performances from 29 September 2014
Mon - Sat 7.45pm
Thu & Sat mats 3pm

Booking Information

0844 482 9671

Mon-Sat 7.45pm
Thu & Sat mats 3pm

0844 482 9671 (24HRS)

Mon-Thu £49.50, £39.50, £19.50*
Fri-Sat £59.50, £49.50, £22.50*
Premium seats available
*restricted view

Concessions & Fee’s


Groups 10+
Monday – Friday performances

Until 19th December - £29.50
From 22nd December - £39.50

School Groups 10+ £17.50
Monday – Thursday performances in term time

Call: 0844 482 9677 or visit the box office in person

A £1.50 - £2 booking fee applies to online and phone bookings.
No booking fee for tickets purchased in person at the Box Office
All ticket prices include a £1 restoration levy.


Truth, Hope and Love are more than a just a pipe-dream.

Greg Kotis conceived the original idea for URINETOWN after encountering a pay-per-use toilet whilst travelling in Europe. He began writing the award-winning Book shortly after, joining with Mark Hollmann, composer and lyricist. URINETOWN was nominated for 10 Tony awards, winning for best book, score and direction.

URINETOWN is a social and political satire set in a fictional future where a terrible 20-year drought has crippled the city’s water supplies. Water is so scarce that the government enforces a ban on all private toilets in an effort to control water consumption.

The citizens must now use the public, pay-per-use amenities owned and operated by Urine Good Company (UGC) - a private malevolent corporation run by the corrupt Caldwell B. Cladwell.   Citizens who try to circumvent the peeing-fee by relieving themselves in the bushes risk being taken away to “Urinetown”, a mysterious place where many have been sent but no one ever returns.

The oppressed masses huddle in line at the poorest, filthiest urinal in town, Public Amenity #9, which is run by the rigid, harshly authoritarian Penelope Pennywise and her assistant, dashing young rebel Bobby Strong. With fee increases in the pipeline, the poor rise up under the leadership of Bobby to fight the tyrannical regime for the right to make the public amenities free for all to use.

URINETOWN is a hilarious and resonating tale of greed, corruption, love, and revolution in a time when water is worth its weight in gold.

“A declaration of the power of theatre!” (The New York Times, 2001) “Everything fits together in the creation of something that feels entirely original. The show’s glorious message is: Hey, it’s only theatre, but isn’t it wonderful? And did I mention it’s hilarious? Simply the most galvanizing theatre experience in town.”

The New York Observer called it "fresh, unique, impudent, colourful, irreverent, exciting and wonderful!”

“[Urinetown] engages in a highly pertinent, political conversation [whilst] keeping its tongue in its cheek and a beating heart at its centre” - Jamie Lloyd, Director


  • Nathan Amzi - Officer Barrel

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    Nathan was most recently seen on BBC One’s The Voice UK. Mentored by Ricky Wilson of Kaiser Chiefs.

    Film & TV includes: Feature film - London Road with Tom Hardy & Olivia Colman, Sky television series Give out Girls with Kerry Howard & Diana Vickers and commercials for Fonzies Italia, T-Mobile and Phones 4 U.

    Theatre includes: Piragua Guy in the Original London cast of In The Heights (Southwark Playhouse), Mayor & Alternate Lonny in the Original London cast of Rock of Ages (Shaftesbury Theatre & Garrick Theatre), Peter Simple in The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre also playing Los Angeles, Broadway and shown in cinemas worldwide), Roy in Alan Ayckbourn's A Small Family Business, Eddie/Dr. Scott in The Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour) and the original UK tour of Miss Saigon.

    Say hello on twitter @theamzi
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  • Chris Bennett - Swing & Dance Captain

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    Chris trained at Guildford School of Acting. In his final year he was asked to join the National Tour of Crazy For You, directed by Mike Ockrent and choreographed by Susan Stroman.

    He then went on to Starlight Express (Apollo Victoria Theatre) in which he played the roles of Turnov, Espresso and Dustin for two years. Other theatre credits include Indio in West Side Story (National Tour), Anything Goes (National Tour), the original London production of Naked Boys Singing, My One and Only (Piccadilly Theatre), Anything Goes and Loves Labours Lost (Royal National Theatre), the West End transfer of Anything Goes (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Fred Casely and Billy Flynn in Chicago (National Tour), followed by Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly Theatre) directed by Michael Grandage, The Drowsy Chaperone (Novello Theatre), Dirty Dancing (Aldwych Theatre), Oliver! (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), South Pacific (Barbican and National Tour) and Harry in My Fair Lady (Sheffield Crucible).

    Television includes: Rob in EastEnders (BBC).

    Most recently: Urinetown (St James Theatre).
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  • Katie Bernstein - Little Becky Two Shoes/Mrs. Millennium

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    Katie graduated from LIPA and was runner up at the Stephen Sondheim Performer of the Year. Along side acting Katie performs often as a session singer which included supporting Katie Melua in the BBC Proms In The Park.

    Theatre credits include:
    Little Becky Two Shoes/Mrs. Millennium in Urinetown The Musical (St James Theatre), Isobel in Payback (Original cast - Riverside Studios), 1st Cover Mimi/Maureen in the RENT Anniversary Concert (UK Tour), Nancy in Run (Polka Theatre), Pilar in Goodbye Barcelona (Arcola Theatre),  Lead in the GODSPELL Anniversary Concert (Manchester Palace Theatre), Helen Shapiro in 20th Century Boy (Original cast - The New Wolsey.)

    Workshop credits include:
    Dolores in Children Of The Sun (St James Theatre).
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  • Alasdair Buchan - Mr. McQueen

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    Alasdair Buchan graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

    Previous Theatre includes: The Pride (Trafalgar Studios), Two Gentlemen of Verona for Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory , Charlotte’s Web (Waterside, Manchester) , Macbeth (Lord Chamberlain’s Men), Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest (Redgrave Theatre, Bristol), Michael in Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (Courtyard Theatre, London), Newsrevue (Canal Cafe Theatre), The Lost World (Bristol Old Vic), Peer in Git (Richmix), Deltoid in A Clockwork Orange (Lost Theatre), Elegy (Shunt Vaults) and, whilst training, Hugh in Translations (Tobacco Factory), Antipholus of Ephesus in The Comedy of Errors (Circomedia) and Jimmy Nunn in The Good Companions (Bristol Old Vic). He played a number of roles all over Manchester when he was a student at the university here.

    Screen credits include playing Albie Houndsmoor-Jones in Casualty (BBC) and Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Warner Bros.)
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  • Stuart Dawes - Swing

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    Training: Arts Educational

    Theatre includes: Crazy For You (Novello), Passion (Donmar Warehouse), Shall We Dance (Sadler’s Wells), Spamalot (Palace), Grease (UK tour), On the Town (English National Opera, London Coliseum), Singin’ in the Rain (Sadler’s Wells), Flora the Red Menace (Dundee Rep), We Will Rock You (Dominion), Romeo and Juliet (Piccadilly), Fame (West End), Sam Mendes’s production of Oliver! (London Palladium), Peter Pan the Musical (Cambridge Theatre and UK tour), Robin Hood (Piccadilly), Spirit of the Dance (World Tour) & One World (Reno, USA).

    Pantomimes: Aladdin (Stafford Gatehouse), Robinson Crusoe (Richmond) and Babes in the Woods (Redhill).

    Television includes: The Rainbow (BBC Films), Night Fever, Inspector Poirot, Seaside Special, Jim Davidson Presents and The Royal Variety Show.

    Other work includes: for English National Ballet Romeo and Juliet (London and Mexico) and The Nutcracker Suite (London and UK tour). Also commercials and voiceovers throughout Europe.

    Stuart is also Principle at The Brighton Academy.
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  • Cory English - Old Man Strong / Hot Blades Harry

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    Prior to Urinetown The Musical at the St James Theatre, Cory had recently returned from the States where he took part in the new musical Somewhere in Time directed by Scott Schwartz at Portland centre stage. Broadway credits include Amos in the Broadway production of Chicago, Igor in Young Frankenstein, Funny thing happened on the way to the Forum, Barnaby in Hello Dolly with Carol Channing, Damn Yankees, Guys and Dolls and Gypsy with Tyne Daly, Cory moved to London to study acting at Drama Studio London where he met British actress Eva Alexander. Whilst in the UK, Cory performed in plays Corpus Christi at the Edinburgh festival, Our Father and Comedy of Errors as both Dromios. British television credits include work for the BBC and Channel 4. West End credits: Mary Sunshine in Chicago, Benny Southstreet in Guys and Dolls with Ewan McGregor and Jane Krakowski and starred as Max Bialystock in The Producers at Theatre Royal Drury Lane before touring the same production around the UK winning the Evening Standard’s award in Manchester for Best Actor in a touring company.
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  • Liz Ewing - Old Women / Josephine Strong

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    Liz is from Motherwell, Scotland. Her training began at Glasgow ballet school where she studied ballet, tap and jazz, leaving when she was eighteen to attend a three year acting course at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. There she won a scholarship to be trained by Graeme Lauren of the English National Opera.

    Her theatre credits include: Mrs. Johnson, and understudy Susan, in I Dreamed a Dream the Susan Boyle musical (national tour), Shirley in Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Palace), Mary McGregor in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (NT and Novello), Jan in the original London cast of Grease (Dominion and national tour), Madame Thenardier in Les Miserables (Palace), German at the spa in Nine (Royal Festival Hall), Doreen in The Steamie (Wimbledon Attic Theatre), Melanie in Redeeming Vices (New End Theatre, Hampstead), Celeste in Robin and the Seven Hoods (Leicester Square Theatre).

    Her television credits include: Alice Stott in Taggart (STV) The Royal Variety Show (ITV), Sandra in Bob Martin (ITV), Alice Hancock in Gentlemen’s Relish (BBC) staring Billy Connolly, Top of The Pops, This Morning, X Factor series 3 (final twelve - live finals with The Unconventionals), which was won by Leona Lewis.

    Her recording credits include: Original cast recording of Grease, Robin and The Seven Hoods, and The Unconventionals. Liz has also sung with Debbie Gibson at a New York charity event held at The David Letterman studios. Her greatest achievement is being a mum to her two wee girls, Jasmin and Zara.
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  • Madeleine Harland - Soupy Sue

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    Richard III (Trafalgar Studios), Urinetown The Musical (St James), understudied and played the role of Mrs. Wormwood in RSC's Matilda (Cambridge), Francine in Jersey Boys (Prince Edward), Guys and Dolls (Original cast, Piccadilly & Donmar Warehouse), Understudied and played the role of Baroness Bomburst in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium), Understudied Julie Jordan in Carousel (Chichester Festival Theatre), Tell Me on a Sunday (UK Tour), Leanne in Madonna and Me (Jermyn Street & Union Theatre), 20th Century Boy (BAC), Demeter and Rumpleteazer in Cats (UK and International Tour).

    TV credits include: The Gist (BBC 4), Hollyoaks Channel 4).
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  • Rosanna Hyland - Hope Cladwell

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    BA Hons from Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore.

    Hope Cladwell in Urinetown The Musical (St James Theatre), cover Julie Jordan in Carousel (Savoy), Sister Act the Musical (London Palladium), cover Princess Fiona in Shrek the Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane).

    Other work:
    Stephen Ward the Musical (Sydmonton)
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  • Karis Jack - Little Sally

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    Karis recently made her professional debut as Little Inez / Dynamite in Hairspray (Kuala Lumpur & Singapore) after graduating from The American Musical Theatre Academy. She also has a BA (Hons) degree in Musical Theatre from Colchester Institute. Most recently Karis played Little Sally in Urinetown The Musical at the St James Theatre.

    Her credits whilst training include: Daddy’s Assistant in Sweet Charity; Kyle’s Mother in String of Pearls; Juror 5 in Twelve Angry Jurors; and Angela in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens.
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  • Phill Jupitus - Caldwell B. Cladwell

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    Theatre includes: Colin in Lifecoach (Trafalgar Studios 2008) Edna Turnblad in Hairspray (Shaftesbury, 2009), King Arthur in Spamalot (UK and Irish tour, 2011), starring in Big Society (19 nights at Leeds City Varieties, 2012) and, earlier in 2014, White Rabbit Red Rabbit (Edinburgh Traverse).

    Film Includes: Thommo Thompson in 'Mike Bassett England Manager'

    Television includes: Phill became a familiar face when he started as team captain on BBC2’S pop quiz Never Mind the Buzzcocks in 1996. Aside from Never Mind the Buzzcocks and his live stand-up shows, Phill currently appears as a regular guest on QI (BBC2) and in 2012 returned to television stand-up for the first time since 2000 in Live at the Apollo (BBC1).

    Radio includes: regular member of the award-winning News Quiz and The Unbelievable Truth and was recently the resident curator on The Museum Of Curiosity all on BBC Radio 4. Phill became the first broadcast voice on BBC 6 Music when the station launched in 2002 and continued to host the Breakfast Show until 2007. 
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  • Julie Jupp - Penelope Pennywise

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    Theatre includes:
    Richard III (Trafalgar Studios); Urinetown The Musical (St James Theatre); Merrily We Roll Along (Chocolate Factory and Harold Pinter Theatre); Finding Neverland (Curve, Leicester); A Bowl of Cherries (Charing Cross Theatre); Road Show (Menier Chocolate Factory); The Secret Garden (Birmingham Rep); Boston Marriage, A Midsummer Night's Dream & The Mikado (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough); The Good Soul of Szechuan, Company, Assassins, The Ghosts of Scrooge & Goodnight Mr Tom (Library Theatre, Manchester); Sunshine on Leith (Dundee Rep); Turandot (Hampstead Theatre); Bad Girls (Garrick Theatre & West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Pirates of Penzance (Orange Tree Theatre); Abigail's Party (Northcott, Exeter); Jamaica Inn, Sweeney Todd, The Snow Queen, The Mikado, HMS Pinafore & The Pirates of Penzance (New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme); Alice in Wonderland (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Bat Boy! (Shaftesbury Theatre & West Yorkshire Playhouse); Is There Life After High School? (Bridewell Theatre); The Wind in the Willows & The Red Balloon (Birmingham Rep): Sweeney Todd (New Wolsey, Ipswich); A Midsummer Night's Dream & Kes! (Bolton Octagon); Blithe Spirit & Gypsy! (Cheltenham Everyman); The Card & A Midsummer Night's Dream (Open Air, Regent's Park); Honk!, Watermill (Newbury); A Day in Hollywood/ A Night in the Ukraine (Borderline Theatre); Wonderful Town (Queen's Theatre); Girlfriends (Playhouse Theatre).

    Film & TV:
    Topsy Turvy (Thin Man Films); Hello You (Fecund Films); Tree of Hands (Granada Films); Serious & Organised (Company Pictures); Casualty, Doctors, Eastenders (BBC); The Bill (Carlton).

    Mrs Harris, Robin and the 7 Hoods, The Secret Garden, Breaking News.

    A Man of Letters (BBC).
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  • Aaron Lee Lambert - Billy Boy Bill / UGC Executive

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    Training: BA from Yale University and MA from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

    Theatre credits include: Urinetown The Musical (St James Theatre), cover Donkey in Shrek The Musical (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) and cover Eddie/Shank in Sister Act alongside Whoopi Goldberg (London Palladium). Most recently, Eddie in Sister Act at Aberystwyth Arts, Luke in Next Thing You Know (Landor Theatre). Also, Jerry Springer The Opera and First Lady Suite (Edinburgh Fringe), Show Boat directed by Francesca Zambello and conducted by Paul Gemignani (Carnegie Hall), Meet John Doe (Goodspeed’s Norma Terris), But the Giraffe and Brundibar by Tony Kushner (Off Broadway), Angels (NYMF), Usher (NYC Fringe).

    Workshops include: Back To The Future (directed by Jamie Lloyd), In Touch (Arts Ed), A South Pole Christmas and Rebels & Retail (Perfect Pitch), Madam directed by Joey McKneely, The Popesical (NYU), The Jerusalem Syndrome directed by Annette Jolles, Twilight in Manchego (Barrow Group).

    Other work includes: Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton (Royal Albert Hall and UK Tour) and backup singer for the UK leg of Josh Groban’s recent All That Echoes tour.

    Aaron wrote book, music and lyrics for From Up Here, which received its World Premiere in June 2012 and was broadcast live The Original Cast Recording of From Up Here is available on iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon, Dress Circle and the Perfect Pitch website.
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  • Mark Meadows - Senator Fipp

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    Training: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

    Theatre Credits include: Richard III (Trafalgar Studios); Urinetown The Musical (St James Theatre); Betty Blue Eyes (Novello Theatre); Macbeth and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park); 5/11 (Chichester Festival Theatre); King Lear and Six Pictures of Lee Miller (Minerva Theatre, Chichester); Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre); High Society (Sheffield Crucible); A Man of No Importance, The Spire, The Herbal Bed and Epsom Downs (Salisbury Playhouse); The Tempest (Theatre Royal Bath); Look Back in Anger, A Street Car Named Desire, Up The Feeder… and Aeroplane Bones (Bristol Old Vic); Goodbye Barcelona (Arcola Theatre); The Three Musketeers (Rose Theatre, Kingston); The Giant (Hampstead Theatre); Longitude (Greenwich Theatre); The Thrill of Love (New Vic, Stoke and Stephen Joseph, Scarborough); The Emperor & The Nightingale (Watermill Theatre) and Wonderful Town (Grange Park Opera).

    TV and Film Credits include: Eastenders, Casualty, Doctors (all BBC); Nicholas Nickleby (United Artists); High Heels & Lowlifes (Fragile Films).

    Radio Credits include: The Good Companions; Company; Pal Joey (BBC Radio 3); The Worst Journey in the World; Torchwood-Lost Souls; If Not Now, When?; Abel’s Law; The Von Trapp’s & Me; Tommy the Voice; I Believe I Have Genius; The Quest; Making Hay, all for BBC Radio 4.

    Mark is a former Musical Director of The Swingle Singers and has various theatre and recording credits as composer and arranger.
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  • Christina Modestou - Swing

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    Originally from Port Talbot, South Wales, Christina trained at The Arts Educational Schools, London. Christina has just appeared in the London premier of Edges by Pasek and Paul and earlier on this year starred in the UK Premier of In The Heights playing the role of Nina. Other theatre credits include We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre covering the role of Killer Queen, the title role of Aladdin at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, Sandra in Swear Our Love, Caroline in The Confession Room, Daphne in Persephone (A Love Story) and The London Revue. Christina appeared in the BBC TV Series Belonging as Molly. Recording work includes Get That Beat, The Confession Room, the theme tune for BBC's The Big Performance, Maria Friedman's Great British Songbook and Martine McCutcheon's single Love Me. Film work includes Love Actually. Christina would like to thank her Mum, Dad and Sister for their continued love and support.
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  • Joel Montague - Swing / Assistant Dance Captain & Fight Captain

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    Training: Guildford School of Acting

    Theatre Credits include: Enoch Snow in Carousel (Arcola Theatre); Swing in Urinetown The Musical (St James Theatre); Eddie & Dr. Scott in Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour); Feature Ensemble in Tommy in Concert (Prince Edward); Ensemble & u/s Joey in Sister Act (UK Tour); Dick in Dick Whittington (Milton Keynes); Swing in Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace, West End); Riff in West Side Story (Royal Northern College of Music); Soloist in A Night at The Musicals (Lyceum Theatre, Crewe).

    TV and Film Credits include: Featured Performer for Move Like Michael Jackson (Trailer) for BBC 3; Jim in Coronation Street (Granada Television); Dean in Girls in Love (ITV); Philip in Grange Hill (BBC Television); World in Action (ITV); Small Boy in ‘In Suspicious Circumstances’ (ITV); Commercials include Dreams & Best Buy. Workshops include: Ensemble in Billy Elliot (Sadlers Wells/ Peter Darling).

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  • Jeff Nicholson - Tiny Tom / Dr. Billeaux

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    Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. 

    Theatre has included; Urinetown The Musical (St James Theatre), Les Miserables, (Queens) where Jeff played Grantaire, Factory Foreman, Brujon and understudied and played Inspector Javert. Dude in Dude, Where's my teddy bear? (Wimbledon theatre), Charles Guiteau in Assassins (Landor), Alderman Fitzwarren, Dick Whittington (Watford Palace) Principle in Showstoppers (Tour) and Direct from the West End (York, Windsor).

    Television and Film: Les Miserables directed by Tom Hooper. Factory Foreman for the Les Miserables 25th Anniversary at the O2 and was also chosen to sing at the 85th Academy Awards (Oscars 2013) in Hollywood. Lost in Austen (ITV).

    Vocalist on feature films including Sweeny Todd (Tim Burton), Mamma Mia, Pirates of the Caribbean and How to train your dragon. 
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  • Kane Oliver Parry - Robbie The Stockfish / UGC Executive

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    Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Theatre Credits: The Light Princess (National Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre), We Will Rock You (International Arena Tour), Cool Rider (Lyric Theatre). Other Credits: Pieces of String (Workshop), Falklands (National Theatre Workshop), Assisted Suicide (National Theatre Workshop).
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  • Matthew Seadon-Young - Bobby Strong

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    Theatre credits include: Urinetown The Musical (St. James Theatre), The Architects - a Shunt event at the Biscuit Factory in Bermondsey, School For Scandal (Theatre Royal Bath), She Stoops To Conquer (National Theatre), both directed by Jamie Lloyd, and Les Miserables in the West End (Queens Theatre).

    Film and Television credits include: Pride (2014) directed by Matthew Warchus, Les Misérables film directed by Tom Hooper. Matthew also sang at the 85th Academy Awards (Oscars – 2013) and The 25th Anniversary Concert for Les Miserables at the o2 Arena, London.
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  • Jonathan Slinger - Officer Lockstock

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    Theatre includes:
    Urinetown The Musical (St James Theatre), Hamlet (RSC), All's Well That Ends Well (RSC), The Tempest (RSC), The Comedy of Errors (RSC), Twelfth Night (RSC), The Homecoming (RSC), Macbeth (RSC), Yes, Prime Minister (Chichester Festival Theatre) The Gods Weep (RSC/Hampstead Theatre), Uncle Vanya (Young Vic), Richard II (RSC), Richard III (RSC), Henry VI, Part One (RSC), Henry VI, Part Two (RSC), Henry VI, Part Three (RSC), Henry IV, Part One (RSC),
    Henry IV, Part Two (RSC), Henry V (RSC), The Comedy of Errors (RSC), The American Pilot (RSC), A Midsummer Night's Dream (RSC), Power (National Theatre), The Duchess of Malfi (National Theatre), The Coast of Utopia (National Theatre), Bones (Newcastle LIVE/Hampstead Theatre), Medea (Queen's Theatre), As You Like It (Royal Exchange) Widower's House (National Theatre & Tour) Dreaming (Royal Exchange),
    Mother Courage (Contact Theatre), The Winter's Tale (Shakespeare's Globe), The Maid's Tragedy (Shakespeare's Globe), Romeo & Juliet (New Vic, Stoke), Bouncers (New Vic, Stoke).

    Television includes:
    The Adventures of Daniel, Vexed, Paradox, The Bill, Krod Mandoon, Hunter, Hustle, A Touch of Frost, Ladies and Gentlemen, To the Ends of the Earth, Rosemary & Thyme, Midsomer Murders, Foyle's War, Murder in Suburbia, Cold Feet, Out of Hours.

    Film includes:
    Still, Harmony, A Knight's Tale, Forgive & Forget, The Last September.

    Radio includes:
    Bel Ami, Duchess of Malfi, The Coram Boy, Euripides, A High Wind In Jamaica.
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  • Vicki Lee Taylor - Swing

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    Vicki recently appeared as Maggie in the West End Revival of the Award Winning Broadway production A Chorus Line at The London Palladium & received an Offie Nomination for her portrayal of Daisy Gamble in On A Clear Day You Can See Forever at the Union Theatre.

    Other Theatre includes: Carrie Pipperidge in Carousel (Arcola Theatre), Amber in Hairspray (Leicester Curve), Eleanor in Letters to Myself (Tristan Bates), Connie in Annie! (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Featured Ensemble in Betwixt! (Trafalgar Studios), Ash & Dance Captain/Associate Choreographer for A Christmas Carol (Birmingham Rep/West Yorkshire Playhouse), Dorothy in Stepping Out (Oldham Coliseum), Rebecca & Dance Captain in The Witches Of Eastwick (UK Tour), Barbara & Dance Captain in The Young Ones (Ovation Productions), Cutie in Guys & Dolls (UK Tour), Alice in Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (UK Tour), Swing in Mamma Mia! (West End & International Tour), George in Enid Blyton’s The Famous Five (UK Tour), Emma in Listen to the Wind (King’s Head plus cast album recorded at Abbey Road Studios), and the 2012 Old Vic New Voices 24 Hour Plays.

    Television includes: Dino in award-winning The Queen’s Nose (BBC), the title role of Meg in Big Meg, Little Meg (Granada Kids), Star for a Night (BBC/MBC), Heartbeat (YTV), If... (BBC) and Emmerdale DVD (YTV).

    Vicki also co-presented for 3 years with the little yellow bear Sooty on CITV.
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  • Mark Hollmann - Music & Lyrics

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    Mark Hollmann is a musical-theater composer and lyricist who received the Tony Award, the National Broadway Theatre Award, and the Obie Award for his score to Urinetown the Musical, which itself won Outer Critics Circle, Drama League, and Lucille Lortel Awards for best musical.  In addition, Urinetown was selected as one of the season’s best plays in The Best Plays of 2000-2001: The Otis Guernsey/Burns Mantle Theatre Yearbook.  From its successful run on Broadway, Urinetown has had productions across the U.S. and throughout the world, including Japan, South Korea, Germany, Australia, Canada, and the Philippines.  His other musicals as composer/lyricist include: Bigfoot and Other Lost Souls (Perseverance Theater), Yeast Nation (New York International Fringe Festival, Perseverance Theatre and American Theater Company), The Man in the White Suit (New York Stage and Film), Alchemist the Musical (Seattle Fringe Festival and The Unusual Cabaret), Jack the Chipper (Greenview Arts Center, Chicago), The Girl, the Grouch, and the Goat (University Theatre, University of Kansas), Kabooooom! (University Theater, University of Chicago), I Think I Can and Deal with It! (Berkshire Theatre Festival), and Fare for All (Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden, NYC).  In Chicago, he was a founding member of Cardiff Giant Theater, for which he acted in and co-authored The Rack, Theater of Funny, The Mercy Ripper, LBJFKKK, Love Me, All Eight Die, and After Taste.  For television, he has written songs for Disney Channel’s Johnny and the Sprites. Mark has served on the Tony Nominating Committee, and currently serves on the council of the Dramatists Guild of America and the advisory council of the Dramatists Guild Fund.  He is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP). 

  • Greg Kotis - Book & Lyrics

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    Greg Kotis has written many plays and musicals including Urinetown The Musical (Book/Lyrics, for which he won an Obie Award and two Tony® Awards), Michael von Siebenburg Melts Through the Floorboards, The Boring-est Poem in the World, Yeast Nation (Book/Lyrics), The Truth About Santa, Pig Farm, Eat the Taste, and Jobey and Katherine.  His work has been produced and developed in theaters across the US and around the world, including Actors Theatre of Louisville, American Conservatory Theater, American Theater Company, the Eugene O’Neill National Theater Conference, Henry Miller’s Theatre (Broadway), Manhattan Theatre Club, New York Stage and Film, Perseverance Theatre, Roundabout Theatre Company, Soho Rep, South Coast Rep, and The Old Globe, among others.  Greg is a member of the Neo-Futurists, the Cardiff Giant Theater Company, ASCAP, the Dramatists Guild, and was a 2010-11 Lark Play Development Center Playwrights Workshop Fellow.

  • Jamie Lloyd - Director

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    Jamie Lloyd recently created Jamie Lloyd Productions. With this venture, he is presenting a season of work at the Trafalgar Studios. As Artistic Director of Trafalgar Transformed: The Pride, The Hothouse, Macbeth (Olivier nomination for Best Revival). Other theatre credits include: The Commitments (Palace), Cyrano de Bergerac (Roundabout Theatre Company; American Airlines Theatre, Broadway); The Duchess of Malfi (Old Vic); She Stoops to Conquer (National, Olivier; Whatsonstage nomination for Best Revival); The Faith Machine, The Pride (Royal Court; Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre for The Pride), Inadmissible Evidence, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Passion, Polar Bears (Donmar; Evening Standard Award for Best Musical for Passion), Piaf (Donmar, also Vaudeville/Teatro Liceo, Buenos Aires/Nuevo Teatro Alcala, Madrid; Olivier nomination for Best Musical Revival, Hugo Award for Best Director, Clarin Award for Best Musical Production, ADEET Award for Best Production); The Little Dog Laughed (Garrick), Three Days of Rain (Apollo; Olivier nomination for Best Revival, Whatsonstage nomination for Best Revival), The Lover and The Collection (Comedy) and Elegies: a Song Cycle (Arts) in the West End; The School for Scandal (Theatre Royal, Bath); Salome (Headlong); Eric's (Liverpool Everyman) and The Caretaker (Sheffield Crucible and Tricycle). Jamie has also directed plays as a part of the Old Vic 24 Hour Plays & Musicals and the Royal Court International Residencies. Jamie was Associate Director of the Donmar from 2008 to 2011 and Associate Artist of Headlong. @lloydjamie

  • Ann Yee - Choreographer

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    Recent projects include: The Commitments (Palace Theatre); The Color Purple (Menier Chocolate factory); Wozzeck (ENO); Titus Andronicus (RSC); Macbeth (Trafalgar Studios); Berenice, directed by & Philadelphia, Here I Come (Donmar Warehouse); Julius Caesar, (Donmar Warehouse & St Ann’s Warehouse, NY); The Acrington Pals, & The Country Wife (Royal Exchange Theatre); Torch Song Trilogy (Menier Chocolate Factory); The Duchess of Malfi (Old Vic); After Miss Julie (Young Vic); She Stoops to Conquer and The Comedy of Errors (NT).

    Other credits include: A Soldier in Every Son (RSC, Swan Theatre); God of Soho (Globe Theatre); Orpheus & Eurydice (NYT / Old Vic Tunnels) American Trade & Silence (both for the RSC at Hampstead Theatre); The UK premiere of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, the musical (Donmar Warehouse); King Lear (RSC New York, London & Stratford); Novocento (Donmar at the Trafalgar Studios); The Secret Garden (Birmingham Rep revival 2010); Ingerland (Opera Shots - Royal Opera House), Salome (Headlong Theatre Company UK Tour & Hampstead Theatre); Pericles (Regent’s Park); Behud & Philip Ridley’s Piranha Heights (Soho Theatre), The Secret Garden (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Shraddha (Soho Theatre), Dance Radio (Latitude festival for Drywrite), Mates (Latitude Festival - Drywrite); Much Ado About Nothing (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); This Isn’t Romance (Soho Theatre); Eric’s (Liverpool Everyman); Romeo and Juliet (Middle Temple Hall); Oxford Street (Royal Court); The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (West Yorkshire Playhouse / Birmingham Rep Theatre); Bad Girls The Musical (Garrick Theatre); Angels in America (Lyric Hammersmith / UK tour); Bent (Trafalgar Studios); Hair (The Gate Theatre); Woyzeck (St Anne’s Warehouse, New York / The Gate Theatre); The Odyssey (Lyric Hammersmith / Bristol Old Vic); The Magic Carpet (Lyric Hammersmith); Big Love (The Gate Theatre); Food (Traverse Theatre / UK tour) and the musical, Sex, Chips and Rock and Roll (Royal Exchange, Manchester). Future work includes: a new play by Nick Payne for The Shed at the NT and her own co-devised piece for the NT Studio.

  • Adam Silverman - Lighting Designer

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    Education: North Carolina School of the Arts

    Theatre, Opera and Dance productions include:
    Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg, Deidamia, l’Ercole Amante for De Nederlandse Opera; Macbeth at the Trafalgar Theatre, London;  Aeternum for Royal Ballet; Peter Grimes and Aida for the Deutsche Oper Berlin; Un Ballo in Maschera for the Metropolitan Opera; Don Giovanni at the L.A Philharmonic; Misterman and Dido, Queen of Carthage at the Royal National Theatre; The Rite of Spring, Petrushka, Rian, and Giselle for Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre; Adriana Lecouvreur for the Royal Opera House and Barcelona; Billy Budd, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peter Grimes, The Turn of the Screw, Lucia Di Lammermoor, Boris Godunov, The Rite of Spring, Katia Kabanova, The Makropulos Case and Siegfried for English National Opera; Partenope for Opera Australia; Tannhäuser for San Francisco Opera; the premiere of the play Five Gold Rings for the Almeida Theatre; the musical Beauty and the Beast for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Cider House Rules for the Atlantic Theatre, Power Plays for Manhattan Theatre Club, and A Day in the Death of Joe Egg on Broadway. 

  • Chris Mercer - Associate Lighting Designer

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    Education: North Carolina School of the Arts

    Theatre, Opera and Dance productions include:
    Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg, Deidamia, l’Ercole Amante for De Nederlandse Opera; Macbeth at the Trafalgar Theatre, London;  Aeternum for Royal Ballet; Peter Grimes and Aida for the Deutsche Oper Berlin; Un Ballo in Maschera for the Metropolitan Opera; Don Giovanni at the L.A Philharmonic; Misterman and Dido, Queen of Carthage at the Royal National Theatre; The Rite of Spring, Petrushka, Rian, and Giselle for Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre; Adriana Lecouvreur for the Royal Opera House and Barcelona; Billy Budd, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peter Grimes, The Turn of the Screw, Lucia Di Lammermoor, Boris Godunov, The Rite of Spring, Katia Kabanova, The Makropulos Case and Siegfried for English National Opera; Partenope for Opera Australia; Tannhäuser for San Francisco Opera; the premiere of the play Five Gold Rings for the Almeida Theatre; the musical Beauty and the Beast for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Cider House Rules for the Atlantic Theatre, Power Plays for Manhattan Theatre Club, and A Day in the Death of Joe Egg on Broadway. 

  • Soutra Gilmour - Set & Costume Designer

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    Awards: Tony Award Nomination for Cyrano De Bergerac; Evening Standard Award for Best Design for Inadmissable Evidence and Antigone; Olivier Award Nominations for Best Musical Revival for Into the Woods, Best Set Design for The Lover & The Caretaker, Best Revival for Piaf, Outstanding Achievement for The Pride; Southbank Show Award for Best Opera Production for Mary Stuart; Evening Standard Nomination for Best Set Design for The Caretaker; Irish Times Nomination for Best Costume Designer for Marriage of Figaro; Helen of Troy Nomination for the TMA Best Touring Production; WhatsOnStage Nomination for Best Musical Revival & Best Fringe Production for Hair; and Time Out Live Nomination for Best Musical for Hair.

    Theatre: includes The Commitments (Palace Theatre), Candide (RSC), The Night Alive (Donmar Warehouse), Macbeth/The Hothouse/The Pride (Trafalgar Transformed), Strange Interlude (National Theatre), Torchsong Trilogy, Merrily We Roll Along (Menier/Harold Pinter), A Taste of Honey, Bull (Sheffield Factory), Cyrano de Bergerac (Roundabout Theater, NY) Double Feature (Paint Frame RNT), Moon on a Rainbow Shawl, Antigone (RNT), Reasons to Be Pretty (Almeida), The Duchess of Malfi (Old Vic), Inadmissable Evidence, Piaf, Polar Bears (Donmar Warehouse), Into the Woods (Open Air Theatre/Public Theater NY), In a Forest Dark and Deep (Vaudeville) The Little Dog Laughed (Garrick), Three Days of Rain (Apollo), The Pride (Royal Court), The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes (RSC @ Wilton’s Music Hall), The Lover and The Collection (Comedy), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Close the Coalhouse Door, Our Friends in the North, Ruby Moon, Son of Man (Northern Stage), Last Easter (Birmingham Rep), Angels in America (Lyric Hammersmith), Bad Jazz, Brief History of Helen of Troy (A.T.C), The Birthday Party (Sheffield Crucible), The Caretaker (Sheffield Crucible, Tricycle) Petrol Jesus Nightmare # 5 (Traverse/Kosovo), Lovers & War (Stockholm), Hair, Witness (The Gate), Baby Doll, Therese Raquin (Citizens, Glasgow) Ghost City (New York), When the World was Green (Young Vic), Modern Dance for Beginners (Soho), Through the Leaves (Duchess & Southwark Playhouse) and Shadow of A Boy (National)

    Opera: includes Opera Shots 2010/2011 (ROH) Carmen (Vlaamse Opera), Down By the Greenwood Side/Into The Little Hill (ROH), Anna Bolena, Don Giovanni, Cosi Fan Tutte, Mary Stuart (ETO), The Shops (Bregenz Festival), The Birds, Trouble in Tahiti (The Opera Group), El Cimmamon (Queen Elizabeth Hall), Saul, Hansel & Gretel (Opera North), A Better Place (ENO) and Girl of Sand (Almeida)

    Forthcoming Productions: include From Here To Eternity (Shaftsbury Theatre), From Morning to Midnight (RNT).

  • Terry Jardine & Nick Lidster for Autograph Sound - Sound Designers

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    Autograph is a leading British sound design and equipment supply company and has been trading for 40 years. They currently supply and/or design worldwide productions of Les Miserables, Mamma Mia and Miss Saigon and in the West end they are currently represented by Jersey Boys, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Rock Of Ages, Stephen Ward, Mamma Mia, Wicked, Les Miserables, Lion King, Spamalot, From Here To Eternity, the Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime, The Bodyguard, Billy Elliot, One Man Two Guvnors, War Horse, Matilda and We Will Rock You.

    Terry joined Autograph in 1989 and is now the Managing Director and Nick joined in 1991 and is now a Senior Designer.

    Nick and Terry have designed together the productions of, A Model Girl (Greenwich), Sinatra (at the London Palladium and the tour, Candide (ENO) and Parade (Donmar) for which they received an Olivier Nomination, Passion (Donmar) , Spelling Bee (Donmar), Lend Me A Tenor (Gielgud), Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve), Privates On Parade (Noel Coward theatre) and A Chorus Line (Palladium).

    Their individual designs are: -

    Nick – Many productions of Miss Saigon, Bounce (Roundhouse), Beautiful And The Damned (Lyric), Tonight At Eight Thirty and Nicholas Nickleby (Chichester), On The Town and Kismet (ENO), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK tour), Simply Heavenly (young Vic and Trafalgar Studios, Sweeney Todd (ROH), Les Miserables (Berlin) Pacific Overtures (Donmar), for which he received an Olivier nomination. Ragtime , Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Sound Of Music (Regent Park), Mother Courage (National Theatre) for which he received an Olivier nomination.

    Terry – Many world wide productions of Les Miserables and Cats, Crazy For you (Prince Edward), She Loves Me (Savoy), Grand Hotel (Donmar), Romance Romance (Gielgud), The Secret Garden (Aldwych), Stepping Out The Musical (Noel Coward), Fame (Cambridge), Follies and On Your Toes (Royal Festival Hall), Guys And Dolls (Piccadilly) for which he received an Olivier nomination.

  • Alan Williams - Musical Supervisor

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    Alan studied piano and conducting at Chetham’s School of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

    Musical Supervisor/Arranger: The Commitments (Palace), Shrek (tour), Eric’s (Liverpool Everyman).

    Musical Director: A Chorus Line (London Palladium), Shrek (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Passion (Donmar Warehouse), Monty Python’s Spamalot (Palace Theatre), Little Shop of Horrors (West Yorkshire Playhouse).

    Associate/Assistant Musical Director: Sister Act (London Palladium), Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre), Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly Theatre), Grand Hotel (Donmar Warehouse) and Jerry Springer – The Opera (Cambridge Theatre).
    Workshops include The Go-Between and Billy Elliot.

    He conducted the 42nd Street Charity Gala Concert (London Palladium) and also worked on Anything Goes (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane); Follies in Concert (London Palladium) and Mamma Mia! (Film).

  • David Grindrod Associates - Castng Director

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    Urinetown is the third collaboration with Jamie Lloyd – Eric’s (Liverpool Playhouse), The Commitments (Palace Theatre)

    Current West End/other casting includes: Matilda, Once, Stephen Ward, Mamma Mia! (worldwide),
    Made in Dagenham, Monty Python (O2 Arena), Jesus Christ Superstar (Arena tour), Shrek The Musical (UK Tour), Fings Aint What…(Stratford East), A Chorus Line, Viva Forever!

    Touring and regional casting: Oliver! and My Fair Lady (Sheffield Crucible), Paper Dolls (Tricycle Theatre),Secret Garden (Edinburgh and Toronto), Carnival of Animals (Riverside Studios) Heartbeat of Home (International Tour) , Chicago, Ghost the musical, Hairspray, High Society , (UK tours).

    Film: UK Dancer Casting :Nine – directed by Rob Marshall, Ensemble Casting : Mamma Mia! – directed by Phyllida Lloyd, The Phantom of the Opera – directed by Joel Schumacher.

    Television: Superstar (ITV), Over the Rainbow (TalkbackThames) I’d Do Anything, Any Dream Will Do, How Do Solve A Problem like Maria (BBC 1, 2007 Emmy Award), Kombat Opera presents…(BBC 2, 2008 Golden Rose Montreux Award) Hollyoaks (Channel 4) West End Star (TV3 Sweden).

    David Grindrod Associates are members of The Casting Directors Guild of Great Britain.

    Associate Casting Directors: Will Burton CDG, Stephen Crockett CDG

  • Richard Mawbey - Hair & Wig Designer

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    Richard  has enjoyed a great career in hair, make-up and wigs .He has worked on  “Evita”, “La Cage Aux Folles”, “Frost Nixon” and “Priscilla ” in New York. London theatre credits include “From Here To Eternity”, “The Commitments”, “Strangers On A Train”,” A Midsummer Nights Dream”,” Merrily We Roll Along”, “ Privates on Parade”  ”South Pacific”,   “Top Hat”, “Hairspray”, “Passion”,” Legally Blonde”, ”End of the Rainbow”, “ Piaf”,  “ Sweet Charity” , “Frost/Nixon”,  “Guys and Dolls” , “The Producers”,” Kiss Me Kate” ,“ “Starlight Express” and “Thoroughly Modern Millie”. Nationwide productions include “White Christmas” ” Chitty Chitty Bang Bang”, “We Will Rock You”,” Nine To Five”, “Bugle Boy” and “Little Britain Live”.

    He  owns London’s  Wig Specialities , Film credits include “The Ghost Writer”, “Titanic”,  “It's De-Lovely”,   “Star Wars”,”  “Mask of Zorro”,  “The Pianist” ,Disney's Santa Clause ” and Richard Harris as Dumbledore in Harry Potter. Television  includes “Little Britain”, “  Catherine Tate Show”, “French and Saunders”,   “Poirot”, ‘’Miss Marple’, “ Gavin and Stacey”, “House of Saddam”  and “Larkrise to Candleford”.

    Richard is Personal wig-maker to Sir Sean Connery, Kylie Minogue and Dame Edna Everage, while his clientele embraces many stars including Maureen Lipman,  Albert Finney, Frances Barber, Jessica Lange, Dame Judi Dench, , Katie Melua, Leona Lewis, Michael Ball, Susan Sarandon,  Dame Shirley Bassey, Madonna  and the late Danny La Rue.

  • Bruce Coughlin - Orchestrator

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    Bruce Coughlin (Orchestrations) has orchestrated many shows on Broadway and regionally. Broadway shows include 9 To 5, The Light in the Piazza (Tony® and Drama Desk Awards), The Wild Party (LaChiusa), Urinetown, Grey Gardens, Annie Get Your Gun, Guys and Dolls (2009 revival), The Sound of Music, Once Upon a Mattress, and The King and I. Off-Broadway shows include Floyd Collins, Giant, Mother Courage (with Meryl Streep), and See What I Wanna See. Among the many regional productions are A Room With A View, Tales of the City, Children of Eden, Finding Neverland (UK), Grapes of Wrath (opera), and Candide (National Theatre). He most recently contributed additional orchestrations to the Broadway production of Big Fish. Film credits include Hairspray (“Miss Baltimore Crabs” with Marc Shaiman) and Fantasia 2000 (principal arranger). He is the winner of a Tony®, a Drama Desk and an Obie award with three additional Tony® nominations and six additional Drama Desk nominations.

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  • Julian Stoneman Associates - Producer & General Management

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    Julian Stoneman Associates Ltd (JSA) produces and general manages both in the UK and internationally.

    West End: Urinetown (Apollo / St James), Let It Be (Garrick / Tour / Savoy / Prince of Wales), Tell Me On A Sunday (Duchess), Rock Of Ages (Garrick / Shaftesbury), Jersey Boys (Prince Edward), Great Expectations (Vaudeville), Driving Miss Daisy (Wyndhams) with Vanessa Redgrave & James Earl Jones, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof with Adrian Lester & James Earl Jones, Billy Elliot, Kristina (RAH), A Christmas Carol with Patrick Stewart, Aspects Of Love (Original Production), Breath Of Life with Judi Dench & Maggie Smith, Cabaret, The Caretaker with Michael Gambon & Rupert Graves, City Of Angels (Original Production) , Closer, Grease (London & Original Tour), Lady In The Van with Maggie Smith, Les Liasons Dangereuses starring Adam Cooper, Miss Saigon, Saturday Night Fever, Sweeney Todd, Three Tall Women. From 1999, Julian was the General Manager of Mamma Mia! In London, and the International Associate Producer on all foreign language productions until 2009. Off West End/ Workshop: Taboo (original), White Christmas and Finding Neverland The Musical for Harvey Weinstein (World Premiere).

    In Production: Harvey The White Rabbit, 27 The Musical, Scott Alan’s Home and Eric Whitacre's, Paradise Lost.

    Julian is on the Campaign Board for Historic Royal Palaces. JSA are also proud to have Co-Produced for the past 5 years the Laurence Olivier Awards.

  • The Araca Group - Producer

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    Founded in 1997 by partners Matthew Rego, Michael Rego and Hank Unger, The Araca Group produces and merchandises live entertainment and theatrical events on Broadway and around the world.  Broadway producing credits include Urinetown The Musical, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune starring Edie Falco and Stanley Tucci, Wicked, The Wedding Singer, Boeing-Boeing starring Mark Rylance, Christine Baranski and Bradley Whitford, Rock of Ages, A View from the Bridge starring Liev Schreiber and Scarlett Johansson, Lend Me a Tenor starring Tony Shalhoub and Anthony LaPaglia, Enron, The Merchant of Venice starring Al Pacino, Catch Me if You Can, The House of Blue Leaves starring Ben Stiller and Edie Falco, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof starring Scarlett Johansson and Ciarán Hinds, Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Testament of Mary starring Fiona Shaw and Betrayal starring Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and Rafe Spall.  Upcoming: A Raisin in the Sun starring Denzel Washington and the Broadway premiere of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Disgraced.

  • Jenifer Evans - Producer

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    Experienced with the business and the politics of independent film production, she now moves into the area of theatre production. She holds a Juris Doctorate with a focus on international business and treaties; however, the majority of her experience is in the realm of the entrepreneurial business start-up. She is currently dedicated to incorporating philanthropy into business models including emerging businesses, established organizations, and the alternative investment world. She resides in London, and is a member of the Council of the Serpentine Galleries.

  • Tulchin/Bartner Productions - Producer

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    Robert G. Bartner and Norman Tulchin together have garnered 7 Tony Awards, 7 Olivier Awards and 3 Pulitzer Prizes.

    Currently on Broadway: The Book Of Mormon, The Bridges Of Madison County.

    Currently in the WEST END: The Book Of Mormon, The Weir, The Bodyguard, Perfect Nonesense, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

  • Greenleaf Productions - Producer

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    Greenleaf Productions is a full service production company who’s mission is to produce, develop, or co-finance entertainment with meaning and social responsibility. Most recent productions include Matilda The Musical, The Book of Mormon, Lady Day starring Audra McDonald, The Glass Menagerie starring Zachary Quinto and Cherry Jones, and the 50th anniversary production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. The company's productions have won over 40 combined Tony, Drama Desk, and Olivier Awards, and it advises and co-chairs the Broadway Green Alliance on matters concerning the environmental responsibility of the theatre industry.

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  • Flora Suk Hwa Yoon - Producer

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    Flora Suk-Hwa Yoon, an icon of the Korean stage for over 39 years, attained fame and reputation as a legendary actress, director and producer. Recently produced in London Top Hat, From Here to Eternity & Journey’s End. She has stared in over 50 plays & musicals, including Letter to a Daughter, Agnes of God, Guys and Dolls, Song and Dance, Master Class, Saturday Night Fever, Wit, The Merchant of Venice.  Flora produces and directs plays, musicals and films. She was the proprietor of ‘Jung-Mi-So’ Theatre space and ‘Jung-Mi-So’ Gallery, and has won awards including Best Actress of the Year, Drama Awards, Best Director & Presidential Medal of Honor. She studied at New York & Harvard Universities. 

  • Los Foleys - Producer

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    Los Foleys - Sarah & Jake Foley III  (Producers).  Investing and producing in Broadway and Off-Broadway shows since 1999.  Muchas gracias a nuestro amigos en The Araca Group.

  • Olympus Theatricals - Producer

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    Broadway credits include: Lucky Guy, Chinglish, Arcadia, La Cage aux Folles, American Idiot, Lend Me a Tenor, A View From the Bridge, The 39 Steps, The Seagull, 13, Guys and Dolls.

    Off-Broadway credits include: The 39 Steps, Fault Lines.

    London credits include: Urinetown The Musical, The Ladykillers, The Sunshine Boys, The Children’s Hour, Sweet Charity, The Little Dog Laughed, Arcadia, Marguerite.

    U.S. tour: The 39 Steps. UK tour: The Ladykillers.

  • Deborah Negri - Producer

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    Deborah has worked in the financial industry for over 10 years as a private banker in a major American bank and as a managing director of a family office in London. Deborah currently divides her time between being the mother of two young daughters and real estate entrepreneur in the super prime London market, where she acts as principal investor and on behalf of her clients. A passionate supporter of the arts, she has now enthusiastically embraced a journey into the fascinating world of the Musical industry.

    In addition to Urinetown, she is currently developing internationally another musical and a TV series.

  • Richard Winkler - Producer

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    After 35 years as a theatrical lighting designer, Richard has been producing since 2009. Broadway: Four Tony Awards: The Norman Conquests, La Cage Aux Folles, Memphis, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. 2014 Season: Disgraced, You Can’t Take It With You. Also: La Bete, Lend Me A Tenor, A Little Night Music, Long Story Short (with Colin Quinn), Nice Work If You Can Get It, Cinderella. 

    West End: Memphis, Legally Blonde, Betrayal, Children’s Hour, Long Day’s Journey.

  • Manal Morrar - Producer

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    In the Chicago music industry at independent label, Malvern, later merging with California Record Distributors (CRD), she worked with Tone Loc (Funky Cold Medina), Luther Campbell of 2 Live Crew, Alpha Team (Speed Racer), and soul legend, Al Bell, of Staxx Records to release Prince (The Most Beautiful Girl in the World), Duice (Dazzey Duks), and Tag Team (Whoomp There it Is). In London, she ventured into film with Columbia Tristar/Sony Pictures managing Licensed Territories, EMEA, to license and distribute Sony’s film catalogue including Men in Black, Godzilla, Sense & Sensibility, My Best Friend’s Wedding and Jerry Maguire.  She is currently developing two other musicals, in addition to film and TV projects.

  • Gregg Christenson - Associate Producer

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    Gregg is most recently represented by The Book of Mormon, Matilda The Musical, The Glass Menagerie and Lady Day starring Audra McDonald. He is proud to be participating in exceptional theatre from New York to London, and across the globe.

  • Muchmore Productions - Associate Producer

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    Muchmore Production (Associate Producer) Muchmore Productions is thrilled to be making its West End debut!  In addition to Urinetown, Producers Kimberly Much and Sarah Armstrong have seen an exciting year, wrapping a feature film, releasing a full-length documentary and developing a new musical.


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Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES.

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