by Arthur Miller
Richard Armitage stars in Arthur Miller’s classic American drama brought vividly to life in this visceral new production.
YAËL FARBER (Director) Read More
Theatre includes: Strindberg adaptation, Mies Julie, Riverside Studios/St Ann’s Warehouse/New York; Nirbhaya, Edinburgh Festival/Women of the World Festival/Southbank Centre; Molora, Amajuba, He Left Quietly, Woman in Waiting, Sezar and Kadmos. Awards include: The Amnesty Freedom of Expression Award (2013), Best of Edinburgh Award (2012), Scotsman Fringe First Awards (2000, 2012, 2013), Herald Angel Awards (2003, 2012, 2013), South Africa’s Fleur du Cap (2012), Vita (1991) and Naledi Awards (2002, 2008, 2013), Boston’s Elliot Norton Award (2013), and a BBC Sony Award (2001).
Yaël Farber is a multi-award-winning director and playwright whose work has toured extensively throughout the UK, Europe, the USA, Canada, Australia, India, Japan and Africa. She was named Artist of the Year in her native South Africa in 2003. Yaël has been a guest artist at the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, Mabou Mines Theatre Company, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, The Public Theater in New York and the Sundance Institute Theatre Lab. She served as Head of the Directing Program at the National Theatre School of Canada between 2009 and 2012.
SOUTRA GILMOUR (Designer) Read More
Theatre includes: Polar Bears, Donmar Warehouse; The Little Dog Laughed, Garrick Theatre; Three Days of Rain, Apollo Theatre; The Pride, Royal Court; The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes, Royal Shakespeare Company/Wilton's Music Hall; Piaf, Donmar Warehouse, The Vaudeville and Tastro Liceo, Buenos Aires; The Lover and The Collection, Comedy Theatre; Our Friends in the North, Rugby Moon and Son of Man, Northern Stage; Last Easter, Birmingham Rep; Angels in America, Headlong/Lyric Hammersmith; Bed Jazz, History of Helen of Troy, Actors Touring Company; The Birthday Party and The Caretaker, Sheffield Crucible/Tricycle; Petrol Jesus Nightmare #5, Traverse/Kosovo; Lovers & War, Strindbergs Intima Theater/Stockholm; Hair, Witness, Gate; Baby Doll and Tharese Raquin, Citzens Glasgow; Ghost City, 59e59 New York; When the World Was Green, Young Vic; Modern Dance for Beginners, Soho Theatre; Through the Leaves, Duchess and Southwark Playhouse; Shadow of A Boy, National Theatre. Opera includes: Down by the Greenwood Side/Intro Into the Little Hill, Royal Opera House; Anne Bolene, Don Giovanni, Mary Stuart, English Touring Opera; The Shops, Braganze Festival; The Birds, Trouble in Tahiti, The Opera Group; Cimmarron, Queen Elizabeth Hall; Saul and Hansel and Gretal, Opera North; A Better Place, English National Opera; Girl of Sand, Almeida Opera.
TIM LUTKIN (Lighting) Read More
Theatre includes: Strangers on a Train, The Full Monty, Megan Mullally and Supreme Music Program, Alan Cumming: I Bought a Blue Car Today, Party, West End; Candide, All’s Well That Ends Well, Royal Shakespeare Company; A Bunch of Amateurs, The Watermill; Hope Place, Liverpool Everyman; The Summer Book, Unicorn; The Life of the Party, Menier Chocolate Factory; Venice Preserv'd, Spectators’ Guild; Minotaur, Polka; Once A Catholic, Tricycle/Royal Court Liverpool; The Full Monty, Calendar Girls, Ghost, UK tours; Philadelphia Here I Come, Donmar; The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, Belgrade Coventry; Our Brother David, Watford Palace; Wondershow, Roundhouse; The Go-Between, West Yorkshire Playhouse; Brontë Shared Experience; The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Southbank Centre; My Dad’s Birdman, Sheffield Crucible; That Face, Tron; Restoration, Salisbury Playhouse; Fuchsia, White Bear; Lucky You, Assembly Rooms; The Calling of Maisy Day, Welsh National Opera. Awards include: 2014 Olivier Award for Almeida's Chimerica in the West End.
RICHARD HAMMARTON (Music And Sound) Read More
Theatre includes: Dealer’s Choice, Royal & Derngate; Kingston 14, Stratford East; A Number, Nuffield; Fault Lines, I Know How I Feel About Eve, Hampstead; Early Days of a Better Nation, Battersea Arts Centre; Sizwe Bansi is Dead, A Raisin in the Sun, Young Vic; Cheese, Fanshen; An Inspector Calls, Theatre by the Lake; Brilliant Adventures, Edward II, Doctor Faustus, Royal Exchange Manchester; What Happens in the Winter, Upswing; Bandages, Corn Exchange Newbury; The Last Summer, Gate Dublin; Mudlarks, HighTide Festival/Theatre 503/Bush; The Taming of the Shrew, Shakespeare’s Globe; The Pitchfork Disney, Arcola; Judgement Day, The Print Room; Same Same, Little Baby Jesus, Fixer, Ovalhouse; Persuasion, The Constant Wife, Salisbury Playhouse; Ghosts, Speaking in Tongues, The Mountaintop, Hello and Goodbye, Some Kind of Bliss, West End; Pride and Prejudice, Theatre Royal Bath/UK tour. Film includes: The Pier, First the Worst and A Neutral Corner. Television includes: Ripper Street, Agatha Christie’s Marple, No Win No Fee, Sex ‘n’ Death, Wipeout and The Ship.
IMOGEN KNIGHT (Movement) Read More
Theatre includes: Filumena, Measure for Measure, When the Rain Stops Falling, Marianne Dreams, Almeida; Twelfth Night, Masters Are You Mad, Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre; Penelope, Dramaturgs Network 2012; Love, Love, Love, Royal Court; The Sound of Heavy Rain, Paines Plough / Sheffield Theatres; Persuasion, Salisbury Playhouse; The Missing, An Appointment with the Wicker Man, National of Scotland; Corrie, Lowry & UK Tour; As You Like It, West Yorkshire Playhouse; Romeo and Juliet, Young Shakespeare Company; Snow Queen, Chichester Festival Theatre; The Boiler Room, Clean Break; A Doll’s House, Exeter Northcott Theatre; Dido, Queen of Carthage, National Theatre; Wuthering Heights, Birmingham Rep; Hooked, Hampstead Theatre; When Five Years Pass, Arcola Theatre; Success, National Theatre with Islington Youth Theatre. Film includes: My Name is Ruthie Segal, Hear me Roar, Jewish Film Festival 2009.
MAGGIE LUNN (Casting) Read More
Theatre includes: The Duchess of Malfi, Noises Off, The Playboy of the Western World, Richard III, A Flea in Her Ear, As You Like It, The Tempest, Inherit the Wind, The Cherry Orchard, The Winter’s Tale, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Richard II and Hamlet, The Old Vic; A Streetcar Named Desire, Three Sisters, Young Vic; The Tempest, The Lion in Winter, Flare Path, Butley, Birdsong, Cabaret, Dirty Dancing, West End; Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, West End/Chichester Festival; A Month in the Country, Chichester Festival; House of Games, Almeida; Vernon God Little, Young Vic; Festen, Blood Wedding, The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, The Mercy Seat, Hedda Gabler, The Lady from the Sea, Period of Adjustment and Romance, Almeida. Film includes: Broken and Notes on a Scandal. Television includes: Henry IV, Henry V, Richard II, Great Expectations, Hustle, The Nativity, Cranford, All The Small Things, Robin Hood, Oliver Twist, Lost in Austen and Trinity.
She was Casting Director at the Almeida, Head of Casting at the RSC and Acting Head of Casting at the National Theatre. Maggie is a member of the CDG.
CAMILLA EVANS (Casting) Read More
Theatre includes: Noises Off, The 24 Hour Musicals and TS Eliot Commissions, The Old Vic; A Streetcar Named Desire, Three Sisters, Young Vic; The Libertine, Citizens, War Horse, Taking Part, After the Party, West End; Jane Eyre, Treasure Island, Bristol Old Vic; One Night in November, Marriage, Stars in the Morning Sky, Nora, Too Much Pressure, Belgrade Coventry; To Sir With Love, UK tour; It’s A Family Affair ..., Say It With Flowers, Sherman Cymru; Doctor Faustus, West Yorkshire Playhouse/Citizens; Hitchcock Blonde, Hull/Truck; Boys, Clockwork, Nicked, High Tide Festival; A Few Man Fridays, Riverside Studios; The Diary of Anne Frank, York Theatre Royal/UK tour; Cinderella, Tobacco Factory; Crawling in the Dark, The Door Never Closes, Almeida; Yerma, West Yorkshire Playhouse; Chinglish, Broadway/Chicago/Marine Parade Brighton Festival. Film includes: Passenger, Alia, The Heart Fails Without Warning, Trading Licks, Eliminate: Archie Cookson and Scooterman. Camilla is a member of the CDG. Television includes: Hustle.
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