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    OUR TEAM SONIA FRIEDMAN Producer Since 1990, Sonia Friedman CBE has developed, initiated, and produced over 190 new productions, and together with her company, she has won 61 Olivier Awards, 39 Tonys, and 3 BAFTAs. In 2019, Sonia was awarded ‘Producer of the Year’ at the Stage Awards for a record-breaking fourth time. In 2018, Friedman was also featured in TIME 100, a list of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. In 2017, she took the number one spot in ‘The Stage 100’, becoming the first number one in the history of the compilation not to own or operate West End theatres and the first solo woman for almost 20 years. ​ Prior to forming SFP, Sonia spent three years as the producer for the Ambassador Theatre Group. Before joining ATG she was the producer and co-founder of Out of Join t, now one of Britain's leading theatre companies. From 1989 to 1993 she was a producer at the National Theatre, specialising in touring productions and theatre for young people. DIANE BENJAMIN Executive Director Diane joined SFP in 2005, initially as General Manager before assuming the position of Executive Director in 2012. Before that, she had spent four years as Business Affairs Manager at the Ambassador Theatre Group, having previously established and overseen the National Theatre’s Contracts Department from 1987 until 2001. PAM SKINNER Executive Producer Pam Skinner joined Sonia Friedman Productions in 2007 and has since been privileged to work closely on many of its award-winning plays and musicals both in London and on Broadway including; La Cage Aux Folles, Legally Blonde, The Book of Mormon, Merrily We Roll Along, Sunny Afternoon, Shakespeare In Love, Bend It Like Beckham, Funny Girl and Dreamgirls. As Executive Producer for Sonia Friedman Productions, she oversees the multi-award-winning Harry Potter and the Cursed Child worldwide. PRODUCTION ROS BROOKE-TAYLOR Executive Producer Prior to joining SFP, Ros has been General Manager at the Almeida Theatre, The Old Vic and Associate Producer at the National Theatre. DAVID ADKIN General Manager David joined SFP in 2023 having previously run his own producing and general management company as well as working with organisations including Robert Fox Limited, The Old Vic, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Theatre Royal Bath and The Donmar Warehouse. NICK MORRISON General Manager Nick joined SFP in 2023, following six years at the Donmar Warehouse, where he was Lead Producer of productions including the UK premières of Next to Normal and The Band’s Visit. Prior to this, he worked at Fiery Angel in production and business affairs. Nick graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in Law. CHARLIE BATH Associate Producer Charlie worked at Hampstead Theatre from 20212-2015, before joining SFP in 2015. Over the past eight years, Charlie has worked on productions in London, New York, Toronto, and on tour in the UK, as well as on several of SFP’s hybrid TV/theatre productions for the BBC. MAX BITTLESTON International Associate Producer Max joined SFP in 2014 and for over half a decade worked across a wide variety of different productions in the London, New York and San Francisco. Between 2019 and 2021, Max worked as a Producer for the award-winning 59 Productions, where he led design teams creating a number of unique digital presentations combining art and technology. Max re-joined SFP in 2021. Prior to 2014, Max worked as an independent Producer with shows at the Finborough, the Arcola and the Whitstable Playhouse. DAVID NOCK Associate Producer David started his theatre career at the Royal Court Theatre in 2009 before moving to SFP in 2011. AZERA JONES Assistant Producer Azera joined SFP in 2018, she previously worked at the Arcola Theatre, the Ambassador Theatre Group and, most recently as Executive Administrator at the Donmar Warehouse, after assisting Kate Pakenham. Prior to this, she studied Theatre Studies at Lancaster University. AIMEE HULME Production Supervisor Prior to joining in SFP, Aimee worked for eighteen years in Company and Stage manager on various productions in the West End and Internationally, including Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Leopoldstadt and Fiddler on the Roof. ALEXANDRA BERMINGHAM Production Coordinator Prior to joining SFP, Alexandra has worked as a freelance Production Assistant at theatres such as Southwark Playhouse, Charing Cross Theatre, and the Cork Opera House. Alexandra graduated in 2018 with a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Drama with a minor in French Language and Culture from University College Cork (National University of Ireland). JESSICA BRADLEY Production Coordinator Jessica graduated with a Music degree from Oxford University in 2020 where she was a choral scholar. Since then, she has worked as an Assistant Production Accountant with the BBC and as a runner for the Production Guild. ANYA WINFUL Production Coordinator Prior to joining SFP, Anya was Production Assistant and Personal Assistant to Nick Starr and Tim Levy at The Bridge Theatre. Anya graduated from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts with a degree in Management of Music, Entertainment, Theatre and Events and was the 2022 recipient of the Anthony Field Producer Prize. BETH KELLY Production Assistant Beth studied English at the University of Cambridge, where, amongst multiple other productions, she was responsible for the first amateur UK production of Richard Greenberg’s The Dazzle, as well as producing a sold-out run of Macbeth. Prior to joining SFP, she worked as an administrative assistant in the railway engineering industry. EMI STANIASZEK Production Assistant Emi studied Medieval and Modern Languages (French) at the University of Oxford, working at stock exchange group Euronext Paris on her year abroad and graduating in 2021. Before SFP, she was an assistant talent agent and was a member of the Go Live Theatre Projects Youth Forum for eight years. MACIEK ZDOBYLAK Production Assistant Maciek studied English Language and Literature at King’s College London. After graduating, he worked as a talent agent’s assistant for 4 years, before moving into the world of producing. Prior to joining SFP, he was a Production Assistant at the Young Vic. LEWIS NYANYO Office and Production Assistant Lewis graduated from the University for the Creative Arts with a BA (Hons) in Acting and Performance. Lewis joined SFP in 2022, initially as the Office Assistant before expanding his role and joining the production team in 2023. RONI BRUNO Company Liaison Coordinator Roni graduated at Laine Theatre Arts and performed in shows that included Starlight Express, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Little Shop Of Horrors. Roni, a Mental Health First Aider, has since developed a career in wellbeing, providing additional support at SFP productions to encourage motivation and good mental and physical health. DEVELOPMENT IMOGEN BRODIE Head of Creative Development Before joining SFP, Imogen was Director of Taking Part, at the Young Vic for 7 years. Before that she was the Director of Theatre at the BRIT School of Performing Arts. NICOLA MOSS Creative Development Producer Nicola joined SFP in 2022. She’s previously worked at Trafalgar Entertainment, Nick Grace Management, and most recently as Assistant Producer at Headlong. She graduated from the University of York in 2018 with a degree in Theatre: Writing, Directing and Performance. KAT PIERCE Creative Development Producer Kat joined SFP in 2021 as Production-Coordinator. Before working at SFP, Kat was Production and Development Assistant at Runaway Entertainment. Kat was a Trainee Performing Arts Producer at the Roundhouse and before that worked at Northern Stage. JACK BRADLEY Dramaturg Jack Bradley joined SFP in 2007. He was Literary Manager at the National Theatre from 1994-2006 advising on the repertoire for Richard Eyre, Trevor Nunn and Nicholas Hytner. From 1989-1994 he worked in new play development at the Soho Theatre. MATT TRUEMAN Creative Associate After a decade as a theatre critic and arts journalist, writing for a range of publications that included The Guardian, The Financial Times and Variety, Matt joined the Creative Development team at SFP in October 2019. He also sits on the board of the British American Drama Academy. SALES, TICKETING & MARKETING KRISTA TUCHSCHERER Chief Marketing Officer Krista is the global marketing lead on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and Stranger Things: The First Shadow. Prior to joining in November 2020 she was a Senior Account Director at AKA, working across numerous clients spanning musicals, plays, events and exhibitions, both in the West End and internationally. SOPHIE BEATTIE Sales and Ticketing Director Sophie has worked in the performing arts ticketing industry for the last 14 years, most recently working at The Old Vic as the Head of Box Office. She has been nominated twice as SOBOM’s Box Office Manager of the Year in both 2017 and 2018. EMMA-LOUISE MERRITT Sales and Ticketing Director Emma-Louise joined SFP in 2018. Emma-Louise is a graduate of Rose Bruford College with a BA in European Theatre Arts. She held ticketing roles at ATG 2013-2018 including Ticketing Manager at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, and Pricing and Revenue Analyst for ATG’s regional venues and touring productions, during which time she completed ATG’s two-year leadership course, Rising Stars. CORDELIA MILLER Marketing Manager Corey was the Resident Casting Associate at The 5th Avenue Theatre until 2022 and an Account Executive at AKA from 2014 - 2017. Prior experience includes Stage Management at A.C.T. San Francisco and California Shakespeare Theater. She is a graduate of Cornish College of the Arts with a BFA in Stage Management and Original Works. AMEIRA YANNI Digital Marketing and Content Manager Ameira is a British-Egyptian content strategist, writer and creative. Before joining SFP, she had marketing and content experience in the dramatic arts, public sector and startup world. She graduated from the University of the West of England in 2020 with a degree in Drama and Creative Writing. MADISON LYMER UK Sales & Ticketing Manager, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Originally from Canada, Madison joined SFP in 2021. She holds degrees from Queen’s University and Goldsmiths in Global Development and Arts Politics respectively. Previous roles include Business Development Manager at VAULT Creative Arts, where she is currently a trustee, and Producer for the Festival of Live Digital Art. ELLIE SHORE UK Marketing Manager, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Ellie began her journey at LIPA followed closely by some freelance projects with ATG, Arcola Theatre, and SOLT/West End Live before joining GoLive. Following a wonderful seven years with the charity, Ellie joined Dewynters before moving down the road to be with the SFP family, now working on all-things marketing for HPACC. ADMINISTRATION GINNY SENNETT Legal Business Affairs Manager Prior to SFP, Ginny has worked as Literary Contracts Manager at the National Theatre, and as Business Affairs Manager at Casarotto Ramsay & Associates (Theatre Department) and Alan Brodie Representation. Ginny graduated from Warwick University with a degree in English Literature, then from Kings College London and RADA with an MA in Text and Performance. CHARLOTTE TOOKE Business Affairs Associate Charlotte joined the team in 2022 having previously worked as an Australian-qualified solicitor in London. CAOIMHIN CALLAN Exe ucutive Assistant to Sonia Friedman Caoimhin joined SFP in 2022 and has since supported Sonia Friedman directly on all productions and business matters worldwide. Previously, Caoimhin worked at the National Theatre, British Youth Music Theatre UK, and Glynis Henderson Productions. Caoimhin holds a joint BA degree from King’s College London and the University of California. SERGIO PRIFTIS Personal Assistant to Sonia Friedman Sergio comes from Athens, Greece. He trained at The Guildford School of Acting on an Onassis Foundation Scholarship. Sergio performed in the West End productions of Chicago, Legally Blonde & War Horse, and several UK tours including Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, & The Rocky Horror Show. He joined SFP in 2015 as Sonia’s PA after assisting Kathleen Turner and Lindsay Lohan. MÀIRI MASON Assistant to the Executive Director Màiri joined SFP following three years at Shakespeare’s Globe. She has previously worked across the theatre industry in New York and Toronto, and has extensive experience supporting both individuals and organisations. MAWIYAH KNIGHT Office Administrator Prior to working at SFP, Mawiyah completed her Master's in Creative Writing and Publishing, a joint program between Lincoln University and the Guardian Newspaper. As a graduate of Oxford University with a Creative Writing Diploma, Mawiyah was led to work as part of the 2019 production team for the televised Black Girls Rock Award show and the BGR Fest music festival. FINANCE STEPHANIE TATAR Finance Assistant Stephanie graduated from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts in 2021 with a first-class degree in Dance. Prior to joining SFP, she worked as a finance assistant in the hydrographic industry – aiding offshore wind farms and oil field decommissioning. NEW YORK TEAM MOLLY REISMAN Production Coordinator Molly Reisman joined SFP in 2022, working previously at New York’s La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club and Tectonic Theatre Project. Molly holds a Master's degree in musical Theatre Writing from NYU and a Bachelor’s degree in Acting & Business Entrepreneurship from Toronto Metropolitan University. Want to join our team? Take a look at our job opportunities page. MORE INFO

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    Producing your favourite shows Download CURRENT SHOWS Our current and forthcoming global productions and co-productions. ALL SHOWS OUR AWARDS 277 MAJOR AWARDS WON 61 OLIVIER AWARDS 34 TONY AWARDS 3 BAFTAs OUR STORY LEARN MORE We are an international production company responsible for some of the most successful theatre productions in the world. ​ SFP has developed, initiated and been lead producer of over 200 new productions and together the company has been responsible for winning 61 Olivier Awards, 39 Tonys and 3 BAFTAs.

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    CURRENT AND FORTHCOMING CURRENT & FORTHCOMING PAST FILM & TV DIGITAL VIEW ALL More THE BOOK OF MORMON Prince of Wales Now Playing Button Button MEAN GIRLS – WEST END The Savoy theatre Spring 2024 Button Button THE HILLS OF CALIFORNIA Harold Pinter Theatre From 27 Jan 2024 Button Button HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD Worldwide Now Playing Button Button LYONESSE Harold Pinter Theatre 17 Oct – 23 Dec 2023 Button Button MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG – BROADWAY Hudson Theatre From 19 Sep 2023 Button Button STRANGER THINGS: THE FIRST SHADOW Phoenix Theatre Coming Soon Button Button FANGIRLS Lyric Hammersmith 13 Jul – 24 Aug 2024 Button Button FUNNY GIRL – US TOUR US tour Now Playing Button Button


    Back to Productions THE SHARK IS BROKEN – BROADWAY This production begins performances on 25th July and officially opens on 10th August for a strictly-limited 16 week run. ★★★★ Did I mention waves? Get ready for this play to make some. Do they need a bigger boat? Actually, I think they are going to need a bigger theatre — and soon. The Times Martha’s Vineyard, 1974: Shooting on Jaws has stalled. The film’s lead actors – Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider and Richard Dreyfuss – are stuck on a boat, at the mercy of foul weather and a faulty mechanical co-star. Awash with alcohol and ambition, three hammered sharks start to bare their teeth… ★★★★ Something unexpectedly profound and emotionally serrated lurks below the apparently frothy surface of this dive behind the scenes of the making of JAWS. The Telegraph Nominated for Best Comedy Play at the 2022 Olivier Awards and co-written by Robert Shaw’s son Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon , this brilliantly funny play, directed by Guy Masterson , reveals the hilarious and moving behind-the-scenes drama on one of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters. ★★★★★ This play packs plenty of bite. Metro CAST IAN SHAW – Robert Shaw ALEX BRIGHTMAN – Richard Dreyfuss COLLIN DONNELL – Roy Scheider CREATIVES IAN SHAW & JOSEPH NIXON – Playwrights GUY MASTERSON – Director DUNCAN HENDERSON – Costume Designer JON CLARK – Lighting Designer ADAM CORK – Sound Designer and Original Music NINA DUNN – Video Designer JIM CARNHAN CASTING – Casting

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    OUR PRODUCTIONS CURRENT & FORTHCOMING PAST FILM & TV DIGITAL VIEW ALL More MEAN GIRLS – WEST END The Savoy theatre Spring 2024 Button HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD Worldwide Now Playing Button THE SHARK IS BROKEN – BROADWAY John Golden Theatre 25 Jul – 14 Nov 2023 Button MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG – BROADWAY Hudson Theatre From 19 Sep 2023 Button NEW YORK, NEW YORK St James Theatre 26 Mar – 30 Jul 2023 Button MEAN GIRLS – US TOUR US tour 21 Sep 2019 – 2023 Button MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG – NEW YORK New York Theatre Workshop 21 Nov 2022 – 21 Jan 2023 Button EUREKA DAY The Old Vic 6 Sep – 31 Oct 2022 Button THE 47TH The Old Vic 29 Mar – 28 May 2022 Button MARIA FRIEDMAN & FRIENDS – LEGACY The Menier Chocolate Factory 3 – 20 Mar 2022 Button FAIR PLAY Bush Theatre 3 Dec 2021 – 22 Jan 2022 Button ANNA X – FILM Sky Arts Dec 2021 Button JOUVERT Harold Pinter Theatre 16 Jun – 3 Jul 2021 Button WALDEN Harold Pinter Theatre 22 May – 12 Jun 2021 Button UNCLE VANYA FILM BBC 4 ​ Button MEAN GIRLS August Wilson Theatre 12 Mar 2018 – 11 Mar 2020 Button INK – BROADWAY Samuel J. Friedman Theatre 2 Apr – 7 Jul 2019 Button ALL ABOUT EVE Noël Coward Theatre 2 Feb – 11 May 2019 Button DREAMGIRLS Savoy Theatre 19 Nov 2016 – 12 Jan 2019 Button KING LEAR – FILM BBC 2 ​ Button FARINELLI AND THE KING – BROADWAY Belasco Theatre 5 Dec 2017 – 25 Mar 2018 Button OUR LADIES OF PERPETUAL SUCCOUR Duke of York's Theatre 9 May – 5 Sep 2017 Button DON JUAN IN SOHO Wyndham's Theatre 17 Mar – 10 Jun 2017 Button WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? Harold Pinter Theatre 22 Feb – 27 May 2017 Button TRAVESTIES Apollo Theatre 3 Feb – 29 Apr 2017 Button FUNNY GIRL Savoy Theatre 7 Apr – 8 Oct 2016 Button BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM Phoenix Theatre 15 May 2015 – 5 Mar 2016 Button THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE Liverpool Playhouse 7 Dec 2015 – 16 Jan 2016 Button ORESTEIA Trafalgar Studios 22 Aug – 7 Nov 2015 Button HAMLET – BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH Barbican Theatre 5 Aug – 31 Oct 2015 Button THE NETHER Duke of York's Theatre 30 Jan – 5 Apr 2015 Button THE RIVER Circle in the Square 31 Oct 2014 – 8 Feb 2015 Button TWELFTH NIGHT & RICHARD III – BROADWAY Belasco Theatre 15 Oct 2013 – 15 Feb 2014 Button CHIMERICA Harold Pinter Theatre 6 Aug – 13 Oct 2013 Button NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT – BROADWAY The Imperial Theatre 23 Apr 2012 – 27 Jul 2013 Button TWELFTH NIGHT & RICHARD III Apollo Theatre 2 Nov 2012 – 10 Feb 2013 Button HAY FEVER Noël Coward Theatre 10 Feb – 2 Jun 2012 Button LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL Savoy Theatre 13 Jan 2010 – 7 Apr 2012 Button TOP GIRLS Trafalgar Studios 5 Aug – 29 Oct 2011 Button JERUSALEM – BROADWAY Music Box Theatre 1 Apr – 23 Aug 2011 Button LA CAGE AUX FOLLES – BROADWAY Longacre Theatre 6 Apr 2010 – 1 May 2011 Button A FLEA IN HER EAR The Old Vic 2 Dec 2010 – 4 Mar 2011 Button SHIRLEY VALENTINE Trafalgar Studios 20 Jul – 30 Oct 2010 Button LA BÊTE Comedy Theatre 26 Jun – 4 Sep 2010 Button PRICK UP YOUR EARS Comedy Theatre 17 Sep – 31 Dec 2009 Button ARCADIA Duke of York's Theatre 27 May – 12 Sep 2009 Button THE NORMAN CONQUESTS – BROADWAY Circle in the Square Theatre 11 Apr – 23 Jul 2009 Button A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE Duke of York's Theatre 24 Jan – 5 Feb 2009 Button NO MAN'S LAND Duke of York's Theatre 7 Oct 2008 – 3 Jan 2009 Button THAT FACE Duke of York's Theatre 1 May – 5 Jul 2008 Button ROCK 'N' ROLL – BROADWAY Bernard B. Jacobs Theater 7 Nov 2007 – 9 Mar 2008 Button IN CELEBRATION Duke of York's Theatre 5 Jul – 15 Sep 2007 Button THE DUMB WAITER Trafalgar Studios 2 Feb – 24 Mar 2007 Button BENT Trafalgar Studios 5 Oct 2006– 13 Jan 2007 Button EH JOE Duke of York's Theatre 27 Jun – 15 Jul 2006 Button THE WOMAN IN WHITE – BROADWAY Marquis Theatre 28 Oct 2005 – 19 Feb 2006 Button CELEBRATION Albery Theatre 1 – 3 Dec 2005 Button WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? Comedy Theatre 25 Jan – 30 Apr 2005 Button CALICO Duke of York's Theatre 20 Feb – 29 May 2004 Button SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY Albery Theatre 15 Sep 2003 – 11 Jan 2004 Button SEXUAL PERVERSITY IN CHICAGO Comedy Theatre 3 May – 2 Aug 2003 Button WHAT THE NIGHT IS FOR Comedy Theatre 7 Nov 2002 – 22 Feb 2003 Button BENEFACTORS Albery Theatre 25 Jun – 28 Sep 2002 Button UP FOR GRABS Wyndham's Theatre 23 May – 13 Jul 2002 Button GAGARIN WAY Arts Theatre 7 Mar – 24 Apr 2002 Button PORT AUTHORITY New Ambassadors Theatre 15 Feb – 31 Mar 2001 Button THE MYSTERY OF CHARLES DICKENS Comedy Theatre 6 Sep – 14 Oct 2000 Button LAST DANCE AT DUM DUM New Ambassadors Theatre 14 Jul – 28 Aug 1999 Button FUNNY GIRL – DIGITAL Sky Arts Streaming Now Button STRANGER THINGS: THE FIRST SHADOW Phoenix Theatre Coming Soon Button FUNNY GIRL – US TOUR US tour Now Playing Button RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN'S OKLAHOMA! – WEST END Wyndham's Theatre 16 Feb – 2 Sep 2023 Button PATRIOTS Nöel Coward Theatre 26 May – 19 Aug 2023 Button LEOPOLDSTADT Longacre Theatre 14 Sep 2022 – 2 Jul 2023 Button TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Gielgud Theatre 31 Mar 2022 – 20 May 2023 Button DREAMGIRLS – UK TOUR UK Tour 14 Dec 2021 – 7 Jan 2023 Button JERUSALEM Apollo Theatre 16 Apr – 11 Aug 2022 Button THE HUMAN VOICE Harold Pinter Theatre 17 Mar – 9 Apr 2022 Button THE SHARK IS BROKEN – WEST END Ambassadors Theatre 9 Oct 2021 – 13 Feb 2022 Button ALL ABOUT EVE – DIGITAL NT At Home Streaming Now Button THE COMEBACK Noël Coward Theatre 8 Dec 2020 – 25 Jul 2021 Button TOGETHER – FILM BBC ​ Button HAMLET – DIGITAL Amazon Prime Video Jun 2021 Button UNCLE VANYA Harold Pinter Theatre 14 Jan – 15 Mar 2020 Button ROSMERSHOLM Duke of York's Theatre 24 Apr – 20 Jul 2019 Button FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Playhouse Theatre 18 Jun – 2 Nov 2019 Button SUMMER AND SMOKE Duke of York's Theatre 10 Nov 2018 – 19 Jan 2019 Button CONSENT Harold Pinter Theatre 18 May – 11 Aug 2018 Button THE JUNGLE Curran Theatre 26 Mar – 19 May 2018 Button INK Duke of York's Theatre 9 Sep 2017 – 6 Jan 2018 Button HAMLET – ANDREW SCOTT Harold Pinter Theatre 9 Jun – 2 Sep 2017 Button SUNNY AFTERNOON – UK TOUR UK tour 1 Aug 2016 – 1 Jun 2017 Button THE FERRYMAN Jerwood Theatre Downstairs 24 Apr – 20 May 2017 Button NICE FISH Harold Pinter Theatre 15 Nov 2016 – 11 Feb 2017 Button 1984 Playhouse Theatre 14 Jun – 3 Sep 2016 Button KING CHARLES III – UK TOUR UK tour 4 Sep 2015 – 5 Mar 2016 Button A CHRISTMAS CAROL Noël Coward Theatre 7 Nov 2015 – 10 Jan 2016 Button 1984 – LONDON Playhouse Theatre 12 Jun – 5 Nov 2015 Button GHOSTS – NEW YORK BAM 5 Apr – 3 May 2015 Button GHOSTS Trafalgar Studios 17 Dec 2014 – 22 Mar 2015 Button KING CHARLES III – WEST END Wyndham's Theatre 2 Sep 2014 – 31 Jan 2015 Button MOJO Harold Pinter Theatre 26 Oct 2013 – 8 Feb 2014 Button MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Harold Pinter Theatre 23 Apr – 27 Jul 2013 Button OLD TIMES Harold Pinter Theatre 12 Jan – 6 Apr 2013 Button LA CAGE AUX FOLLES – US TOUR US tour 10 Oct 2011 – 31 Dec 2012 Button MASTERCLASS Vaudeville Theatre 31 Jan – 28 Apr 2012 Button THE MOUNTAINTOP – BROADWAY Bernard B. 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  • David Tennant to lead cast in Don Juan in Soho

    Back to News & Press David Tennant to lead cast in Don Juan in Soho Wednesday, 2 November 2016 The production will preview at Wyndham’s Theatre from 17 March 2017, with press night on 28 March 2017. It will complete its strictly limited eleven week run on 10 June 2017. Direction is by Patrick Marber with set and costume designs by Anna Fleischle (who won the Olivier Award for Hangmen at the same venue) and sound and music by Adam Cork . Further casting will be announced at a later date. “Please don’t be charmed, he’s not a lovable rogue...” Loosely based on Molière tragicomedy 'Don Juan', this savagely funny and filthy modern update transports the action to contemporary London and follows the final adventures of its debauched protagonist – a cruel seducer who lives only for pleasure. David Tennant has worked extensively in theatre, television and film winning numerous awards for his work including the Critics' Circle Award for Best Shakespearean Performance and the National Television Award’s Outstanding Drama Performance. For the Royal Shakespeare Company his credits include Richard II , a role he reprised earlier this year at the Barbican and at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York, As You Like It , The Herbal Bed , The Comedy of Errors , Romeo and Juliet , A Midsummer Night’s Dream , Love’s Labour’s Lost and the title role in Hamlet , as well as co-hosting the live broadcast of Shakespeare 400. Tennant was last in the West End playing Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing . His film credits include What We Did On Our Holiday , The Decoy Bride , Fright Night , Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger , St Trinian’s II: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold , Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , Bright Young Things , LA Without a Map and the forthcoming Mad To Be Normal , Fish Without Bicycles and Bad Samaritan . On television he is best known for playing the tenth incarnation of the Doctor in the BBC’s classic series Doctor Who . He has just wrapped on the third season of ITV’s award winning series Broadchurch and starred in the US version, Gracepoint . His other television credits include playing Kilgrave in Netflix’s Jessica Jones , and The Escape Artist , The Politician’s Husband , Spies of Warsaw and Casanova , all for the BBC. Patrick Marber ’s plays include Dealer’s Choice , After Miss Julie , Closer , Howard Katz , Three Days in the Country and The Red Lion . His film credits include Closer (directed by Mike Nichols), Notes on a Scandal (directed by Richard Eyre), Old Street and Love You More . For television his co-writing credits include The Day Today and Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge . In December this year Ivo van Hove will direct Marber’s new version of Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler for the National Theatre starring Ruth Wilson and Rafe Spall. As well as directing a number of his own plays his other directing credits include Travesties by Tom Stoppard currently playing at the Menier Chocolate Factory and transferring to the Apollo Theatre in February next year, The Caretaker at the Comedy Theatre, Blue Remembered Hills at the National Theatre, ‘1953’ by Craig Raine at the Almeida and The Old Neighbourhood by David Mamet at the Royal Court Theatre. His plays have won Evening Standard, Olivier, Time Out, New York and London Critics’ Circle and Writers’ Guild awards. His TV work has received BAFTA, British Comedy and Royal Television Society awards. His screenplays have been nominated for Golden Globe, BAFTA and Academy Awards. He received the British Independent Film Award for Notes on a Scandal. Marber ’s Don Juan in Soho , which premiered to great acclaim ten years ago at the Donmar Warehouse, is now produced in the West End by Matthew Byam Shaw, Nia Janis and Nick Salmon for Playful Productions in association with Sonia Friedman Productions. Up Up


    Back to Productions SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY This production began performances on 15th September 2003 and closed on 11th Jan 2004. ​ ​ Wealthy Parisian publisher Pierre ( Nigel Havers - Manchild, Art) has the career, the wife, the friends and the mistress - and the most unusual pastime. Once a week, his friends meet for dinner and invite the most idiotic person they can find. By chance, Pierre comes across Francois Pignon ( Ardal O'Hanlon - Father Ted, My Hero) ­- the finest nincompoop ever. When the paths of these two unlikely dinner companions collide, the result is gloriously chaotic! ​ ​ This hilariously entertaining comedy is adapted by Oscar-winning writer Ronald Harwood (The Pianist ), from Francis Veber 's award-winning play and film Le Diner de Cons. ​ ​ CAST NIGEL HAVERS – Pierre Brochant CAROL ROYLE – Christine Brochant ROY SAMPSON – Archambaud ARDAL O'HANLON – Francois Pignon PATRICK RYECART – Just Leblanc PATSY KENSIT – Marlene GEOFFREY HUTCHINGS – Lucien Cheval IAN SOUNDY – Voice of Pascal Menaux CREATIVES FRANCIS VEBER – Playwright ROBIN LEFEVRE – Director LIZ ASHCROFT – Designer MICK HUGHES – Lighting Designer SIMON WHITEHORN – Sound Designer ANNA LUNSTRUM – Associate Director


    Back to Productions THE NETHER This production began performances on 30th January and closed on 5th April 2015. ★★★★★ This is mind-bending, it’s ingenious and it’s ethically challenging The Times An intricate crime drama and a haunting thriller set in the year 2050, The Nether follows an investigation into the complicated, disturbing morality of identity in the digital world, and explores the consequences of making dreams a reality. ★★★★★ Brilliant production of Jennifer Haley's deeply disturbing and very responsibly provocative play The Independent Following a sold-out run at the Royal Court Theatre, Jennifer Haley ’s critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning play transfers to London’s Duke of York’s Theatre for a limited 12-week run from 30 January. The Nether offers complete freedom – a new virtual wonderland providing total sensory immersion. Just log in, choose an identity and indulge your every desire. Directed by Headlong Artistic Director Jeremy Herrin (Wolf Hall / Bring Up The Bodies, This House), this is an ‘exhilaratingly daring’ (Financial Times) production. Sonia Friedman Productions, Headlong and the Royal Court are known for bringing some of the UK’s best new plays in recent years to the West End, including Jerusalem, Chimerica, 1984, Posh, Constellations and ENRON. Sonia Friedman Productions and Scott M Delman in association with Tulchin Bartner Productions , Lee Dean & Charles Diamond , 1001 Nights , JFL Theatricals / GHF Productions , Scott & Brian Zeilinger / James Lefkowitz present “THE NETHER ” by Jennifer Haley , directed by Jeremy Herrin . ★★★★ The Telegraph, Time Out, Sunday Times, Observer, Financial Times, Mail on Sunday CAST DAVID CALDER – Doyle AMANDA HALE – Morris IVANNO JEREMIAH – Woodnut STANLEY TOWNSEND – Sims ZOE BROUGH AND ISABELLA PAPPAS – Alternated the role of Iris CREATIVES JENNIFER HALEY – Playwright JEREMY HERRIN – Director ES DEVLIN – Set Designer CHRISTINA CUNNINGHAM – Costume Designer LUKE HALLS – Video Designer PAUL PYANT – Lighting Designer NICK POWELL – Composer IAN DICKINSON – Sound Designer JULIA HORAN CDG – Casting Director DES KENNEDY – Associate Director

  • Nice Work receives ten Tony nominations

    Back to News & Press Nice Work receives ten Tony nominations Tuesday, 22 May 2012 NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT has ten Tony Award nominations include Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical (Joe DiPietro), Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical (Kelli O'Hara), Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical (Michael McGrath), Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical (Judy Kaye), Best Direction of a Musical (Kathleen Marshall), Best Choreography (Kathleen Marshall), Best Orchestrations (Bill Elliott), Best Costume Design of a Musical (Martin Pakledinaz), Best Sound Design of a Musical (Brian Ronan). The nine Drama Desk Award nominations include Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Actress in a Musical (Kelli O’Hara), Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical (Judy Kaye), Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical (Michael McGrath), Outstanding Director of a Musical (Kathleen Marshall), Outstanding Choreography (Kathleen Marshall), Outstanding Book of a Musical (Joe DiPietro), Outstanding Costume Design (Martin Pakledinaz), Outstanding Orchestrations (Bill Elliott). The show won two Outer Critics Circle Awards including Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical (Judy Kaye) and Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical (Michael McGrath). The Tony-nominated Best Musical NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT, featuring music and lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin and a book by two-time Tony Award-winner Joe DiPietro, stars twotime Tony Award-winner Matthew Broderick and four-time Tony Award nominee Kelli O’Hara. The production is directed and choreographed by three-time Tony Award-winner Kathleen Marshall. The production is playing at Broadway’s Imperial Theatre (249 West 45th Street). In addition to Matthew Broderick as Jimmy Winter and Kelli O’Hara as Billie Bendix, the production also stars Academy Award-winner Estelle Parsons as Millicent Winter, Tony Award-winner Judy Kaye as Estonia Dulworth, Tony Award nominee Michael McGrath as Cookie McGee, Tony Award nominee Jennifer Laura Thompson as Eileen Evergreen, Chris Sullivan as Duke Mahoney, Robyn Hurder as Jeannie Muldoon, Stanley Wayne Mathis as Chief Berry and Terry Beaver as Senator Max Evergreen. The cast also features Cameron Adams, Clyde Alves, Kaitlyn Davidson, Jason DePinto, Kimberly Faure, Robert Hartwell, Stephanie Martignetti, Barrett Martin, Michael X. Martin, Adam Perry, Jeffrey Schecter, Jennifer Smith, Joey Sorge, Samantha Sturm, Kristen Beth Williams and Candice Marie Woods. The creative team includes scenic design by Derek McLane, costume design by Martin Pakledinaz, lighting design by Peter Kaczorowski, sound design by Brian Ronan and orchestrations by Bill Elliott. The music supervisor is David Chase and the music director Tom Murray. This new musical features a veritable hit parade of iconic George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin songs as well as some unknown gems in their catalog, and a book by Joe DiPietro. NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT follows Billie Bendix (Kelli O'Hara), a bootlegger who meets wealthy playboy Jimmy Winter (Matthew Broderick) on the weekend of his nuptials. Mayhem ensues. NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT is produced on Broadway by Scott Landis, Roger Berlind, Sonia Friedman Productions, Roy Furman, Standing CO Vation, Candy Spelling, Freddy DeMann, Ronald Frankel, Harold Newman, Jon B. Platt, Raise the Roof 8, Takonkiet Viravan, William Berlind/Ed Burke, Carole L. Haber/Susan Carusi, Buddy and Barbara Freitag/Sanford Robertson, Under the Wire/Jim Herbert, Emanuel Azenberg, The Shubert Organization. Up Up

  • Patrick Marber’s critically acclaimed production of Tom Stoppard’s Travesties Transfers To The West End

    Back to News & Press Patrick Marber’s critically acclaimed production of Tom Stoppard’s Travesties Transfers To The West End Saturday, 29 October 2016 The production broke box office records at the Menier, becoming the first play in the company’s history to sell out ahead of its first preview. Patrick Marber directs Tom Hollander as he returns to the stage to play Henry Carr. Hollander is joined by the full company from the Menier - Freddie Fox (Tristan Tzara), Peter McDonald (James Joyce), Forbes Masson (Lenin), Clare Foster (Cecily), Amy Morgan (Gwendolen), Tim Wallers (Bennett) and Sarah Quist (Nadya). Priority booking for Menier Chocolate Factory supporters goes on sale at 9am on 31 October, with public booking opening on 2 November. ‘Patrick Marber’s near miraculous production of Travesties… A tremendous production that I shall not soon forget.” International New York Times Tom Stoppard ’s dazzling comedy of art, love and revolution features James Joyce, Tristan Tzara and Lenin as remembered -- and misremembered -- by Henry Carr, a minor British diplomat in Zurich 1917. When Gwendolen and Cecily wander in from The Importance of Being Earnest, Henry’s mind wanders too. He knows he was Algernon in a production in Zurich. But who was the other one? ‘Tom Hollander is sensational… Travesties is, in its anarchic and magical exuberance, a tonic from start to finish.’ Observer Travesties opened at the Aldwych Theatre in 1974, directed by Peter Wood . It won the Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy, and a Tony Award and New York Critic’s Circle Award for Best Play for its Broadway run at the Ethel Barrymore Theater. ‘This production, directed by Patrick Marber, is a playful joy, full of life, song, limericks and even (shimmy shimmy) a hint of burlesque’ The Times Tom Stoppard is a playwright and screenwriter, and is one of the most internationally performed dramatists of his generation. He has written prolifically for stage, film, television and radio. His most recent play is The Hard Problem . Other plays include The Real Inspector Hound , After Magritte , Jumpers , Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (with André Previn), Dirty Linen , New-Found-Land , Dogg’s Hamlet , Cahoot’s Macbeth, Night and Day , The Real Thing , Hapgood, Arcadia , Indian Ink , The Invention of Love , The Coast of Utopia and Rock’n’Roll . His many translations and adaptations include Tango , Undiscovered Country , On the Razzle , Three Men in a Boat , Parade’s End and Ivanov . He co-wrote the screenplays for the films Brazil , Shakespeare in Love and The Russia House . He has received an Academy Award, Olivier Award and four Tony Awards. He was knighted in 1997. Tom Hollander returns to the stage to play Henry Carr. His theatre credits include A Flea in Her Ear (Old Vic), The Hotel in Amsterdam , The Threepenny Opera (Donmar Warehouse), The Judas Kiss (Playhouse Theatre and Broadway), The Government Inspector , Tartuffe (Almeida Theatre), Mojo (Royal Court Theatre), Don Juan (Sheffield Theatres), The School for Scandal (National Theatre) and As You Like It (Cheek by Jowl). His television credits include Doctor Thorne , The Night Manager , A Poet In New York , Rev. (co-created with James Wood), Ambassadors, Any Human Heart , The Thick Of It , Desperate Romantics , Gracie! , Headcases, John Adams , Cambridge Spies , The Lost Prince , The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby and Absolutely Fabulous . For film, his credits include Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation , The Riot Club, Muppets Most Wanted , The Invisible Woman , About Time , Hanna , The Soloist , In The Loop , Valkyrie , Elizabeth: The Golden Age , Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End , A Good Year , Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest , Pride & Prejudice , Enigma and Maybe Baby . Freddie Fox plays Tristan Tzara. His theatre credits include Romeo and Juliet (Garrick Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Southwark Playhouse), Romeo and Juliet (Sheffield Crucible), The Judas Kiss (Duke of York’s Theatre), Hay Fever (Noel Coward Theatre), Cause Célèbre , A Flea in Her Ear (Old Vic) and The Last 5 Years (Barbican). His television work includes Russell T Davies’ Cucumber and Banana ; The Mystery of Edwin Drood , The Shadow Line , Any Human Heart , Worried About the Boy and Parade’s End ; and for film, Pride , The Riot Club , The Three Musketeers , St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold , Frankenstein and the forthcoming Knights of the Round Table: King Arthur and Fanny Lye Deliver’d . Peter McDonald plays James Joyce. His theatre includes The Weir (Donmar Warehouse/ Wyndham’s Theatre), The Veil , Greenland , Exiles , The Aristocrats (National Theatre), Red Bud (Royal Court Theatre), The Caretaker (Liverpool Everyman/Trafalgar Studios), Dancing At Lughnasa (The Old Vic), Nocturne (Almeida Theatre /Traverse Theatre), Glengarry Glen Ross (Apollo Theatre), Days Of Wine And Roses , A Lie of the Mind (Donmar Warehouse) and The Lieutenant Of Inishmore (Garrick Theatre). His television work includes The Last Kingdom , Thirteen , Virtuoso , Murder , No Offence , May Day , Moone Boy , Titanic , City Of Vice , The Family Man , Green Wing , Sea Of Souls , The Plot To Kill Hitler and Paths To Freedom ; and for film, Steven , Fanny Lye Deliver’d , The Stag , Wreckers , The Damned United , The Henchman’s Tale , Nora, Saltwater , The Opportunists , Some Voices , Felicia’s Journey , An Inch Over The Horizon , I Went Down and November Afternoon . Forbes Masson plays Lenin. His theatre work includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Theatre Royal Bath), Doctor Faustus (Duke Of York’s Theatre ), Mr Foote’s Other Leg (Theatre Royal Haymarket/Hampstead Theatre), The Ruling Class , Richard III and Macbeth (Trafalgar Studios), The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe (Kensington Gardens), The Life Of Stuff (Donmar Warehouse), as well as extensive work for the RSC. For television, his credits include Catastrophe , Shetland , Dead Boss , No Holds Barred , Fun At The Funeral Parlour , Monarch Of The Glen , A Young Persons Guide To Becoming A Rock Star , Is It Bill Bailey , The Creatives , Rab C. Nesbitt , Hamish Macbeth , The High Life (writer and creator with Alan Cumming), Paris and Red Dwarf . Clare Foster plays Cecily. Her theatre credits include Merrily We Roll Along (Menier Chocolate Factory and Harold Pinter Theatre),Guys and Dolls (Chichester Festival Theatre), Separation and Duet For One (2015 Winner of Manchester Theatre Award for Best Actress, Bolton Octagon), Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve), Crazy For You (Novello Theatre, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), Avenue Q (Noel Coward Theatre), We Will Rock You (Dominion theatre), The Far Pavilions (Shaftesbury Theatre), The Master and Margarita , Out Of This World (Chichester Festival Theatre), and Sweet Charity (Sheffield Crucible). For television, her work includes Sherlock , Galavant , Taboo , The Crown and Ripper Street ; and for film, Black Forest and Les Miserables . Amy Morgan plays Gwendolen. Her theatre work includes Red Velvet (Garrick Theatre), The Beaux Stratagem (National Theatre), The Broken Heart (Shakespeare’s Globe), An Ideal Husband (Chichester Festival Theatre), Once A Catholic (Tricycle Theatre), Trelawny Of The Wells , Inadmissable Evidence (Donmar Warehouse), The Country Wife (Royal Exchange) and Hay Fever (Noël Coward Theatre). For television, her work includes Mr Selfridge , Modern Medicine , Love Matters , Father Brown , Baker Boys , Crash and The Great War ; and for film, Pan and A Way Of Life . Tim Wallers plays Bennett. His theatre work includes Dead Sheep (Park Theatre), Yes Prime Minister (UK tour and West End) and The Lady in the Van (Theatre Royal Bath). For television, his work includes A Very British Deterrent , The Windsors , Doctor Thorne , Babylon , Count Arthur Strong and Sherlock ; and for film, The Have Nots , Grimsby , Generation Z , Remainder , RocknRolla and Mamma Mia . Sarah Quist plays Nadya. Her theatre work includes The Merry Wives of Windsor , Wind in the Willows (Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre), A Mad World My Masters (RSC/ETT), The Amen Corner (National Theatre), The Bacchae (National Theatre of Scotland), and Hecuba , Alice in Wonderland and The Tempest (RSC). As a director, Patrick Marber ’s work includes Steve Coogan/John Thompson in Characters (Edinburgh/Purcell Room/Touring), and his own plays Dealer's Choice (National Theatre/Vaudeville Theatre), Closer (National Theatre/Lyric Theatre/Broadway), Howard Katz and Three Days In the Country (both National Theatre). Other productions include '1953 ' (Almeida Theatre), Blue Remembered Hills (National Theatre), The Old Neighborhood (Royal Court at Duke of York's Theatre), The Caretaker (Comedy Theatre) and I Remember (devised piece at Royal Court). For television, he directed After Miss Julie and The Curator (both for the BBC). As a writer, his other work includes The Musicians (NT Connections), After Miss Julie , Don Juan in Soho (Donmar Warehouse) and The Red Lion (National Theatre). For television, his work includes: co-writer The Day Today , Knowing Me Knowing You with Alan Partridge, Paul Calf Video Diaries , The Curator , Natural Born Quizzers (all BBC); for film, Closer (dir. Mike Nichols), Notes on a Scandal (dir. Richard Eyre) and Love You More (dir. Sam Taylor-Wood); and for radio, Hoop Lane (BBC Radio 3) Bunk Bed with Peter Curran (BBC Radio 4). Up Up

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