Team

DÓNAL FINN

DÓNAL FINN

Orpheus

DÓNAL FINN

DÓNAL FINN

Orpheus
Dónal Finn’s work in theatre includes Sing Street in Boston, United States; and Albion at the Almeida. TV includes Wheel of Time (series regular), Rogue Heroes, The Witcher and Cursed. Film includes Four Letters of Love, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and How to Build a Girl. He was the 2023 Irish Screen Star of Tomorrow.
GRACE HODGETT YOUNG

GRACE HODGETT YOUNG

Eurydice

GRACE HODGETT YOUNG

GRACE HODGETT YOUNG

Eurydice
Grace Hodgett-Young trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, where productions includes The Little Mermaid and Made in Dagenham. Work in theatre includes Sunset Boulevard at the Savoy Theatre.
ZACHARY JAMES

ZACHARY JAMES

Hades

ZACHARY JAMES

ZACHARY JAMES

Hades
Zachary James’ work in theatre and opera includes the original production of Akhnaten for English National Opera; the original production of The Addams Family (as Lurch) on Broadway; Spain (premiere) at 2nd Stage; The Perfect American (premiere) at Teatro Real Madrid; Breaking the Waves (premiere) at Opera Philadelphia; Il Sogno (premiere) at Teatro Citta Della Pieve; Edward Tulane (premiere) at Minnesota Opera; and South Pacific, Coram Boy, Sweeney Todd, The Most Happy Fella, Irma la Douce, The Pirates of Penzance and Wozzeck in New York. He has performed around the globe, at venues including The Metropolitan Opera, Opera Queensland, Lincoln Center Theater, Carnegie Hall, New York Philharmonic, NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo and Philadelphia Orchestra. TV includes 30 Rock, Law & Order, The Blacklist, Succession, Saturday Night Live and Murphy Brown. Zachary James is a Grammy winner and Broadway World Vocalist of the Decade. Solo albums are available wherever music is streamed.
MELANIE LA BARRIE

MELANIE LA BARRIE

Hermes

MELANIE LA BARRIE

MELANIE LA BARRIE

Hermes
Melanie La Barrie’s work in theatre includes & Juliet (originating the role of Nurse; WhatsOnStage nomination) at the Stephen Sondheim on Broadway and the Shaftesbury, West End. Original West End productions include Matilda (BroadwayWorld nomination), Mary Poppins, Daddy Cool, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Lorax, Dick Whittington. Other West End credits include Wicked, Les Misérables, and Ragtime. Other theatre includes Fiddler on the Roof, Romeo and Juliet, White Christmas, Guys and Dolls, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and The Sunshine Boys. Original cast recordings include & Juliet, Matilda, Mary Poppins and Daddy Cool. TV includes Casualty and EastEnders. Film includes London Road.
GLORIA ONITIRI

GLORIA ONITIRI

Persephone

GLORIA ONITIRI

GLORIA ONITIRI

Persephone
Gloria Onitiri’s work in theatre includes Hadestown at the National Theatre; Women Beware Women and Taming of the Shrew (as Katherina) at Shakespeare’s Globe; A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic; Chiaroscuro at the Bush; Napoli, Brooklyn at Park Theatre; Brighton Rock on tour; 101 Dalmatians (as Cruella De Vil) at Birmingham Rep; Caroline, or Change at Chichester; Clybourne Park on tour; The Grinning Man at Bristol Old Vic; and The Upstart Crow, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella (as the Godmother), The Bodyguard (as Rachel Marron), The Lion King (as Nala) and Avenue Q (original cast) in the West End. TV includes Urban Myths (as Grace Jones), Varsity, Doctors, The Window, Grass, Bad Girls and Doctors. Film includes Resurrecting the Street Walker.
BELLA BROWN

BELLA BROWN

Fate

BELLA BROWN

BELLA BROWN

Fate
Bella Brown trained at Arts Educational School, graduating in 2023. Productions while training include A Chorus Line and Catch Me If You Can. Her work in theatre includes Rock Follies at the Minerva, Chichester; and Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends at the Gielgud.
MADELINE CHARLEMAGNE

MADELINE CHARLEMAGNE

Fate

MADELINE CHARLEMAGNE

MADELINE CHARLEMAGNE

Fate
Madeline Charlemagne trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Work in theatre includes Hex at the National Theatre; The Secret Life of Bees at the Almeida; Kick at Lyric, Hammersmith; Carousel at Regent’s Park; and 42 Balloons at the Vaudeville.
ALLIE DANIEL

ALLIE DANIEL

Fate

ALLIE DANIEL

ALLIE DANIEL

Fate
Allie Daniel trained at Mountview, and currently teaches vocal technique at The Urdang Academy. Her work in theatre includes How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at Southwark Playhouse; As You Like It at Sohoplace; Happy Meal at the Traverse and on UK tour; Legally Blonde at Regent’s Park; Priscilla, Queen of the Desert on UK tour; Millennials at Turbine; and RENT at Hope Mill. Concerts include backing vocalist for Ariana Debose at London Palladium; and Peter and the Wolf with Triorca at Cadogan Hall.
LAUREN AZANIA

LAUREN AZANIA

Worker

LAUREN AZANIA

LAUREN AZANIA

Worker
Lauren Azania’s work in theatre includes Close Up: The Twiggy Musical at the Menier Chocolate Factory; Disco Inferno on tour; and productions of The Magic of Motown on tour; Heartbeat of Home, Boogie Nights, The Wizard of Oz, Little Shop of Horrors, Robin Hood and Happy Ever After.
TIAGO DHONDT BAMBERGER

TIAGO DHONDT BAMBERGER

Worker

TIAGO DHONDT BAMBERGER

TIAGO DHONDT BAMBERGER

Worker
Tiago Dhondt Bamberger trained at Guildford School of Acting, where productions included Sweet Smell of Success, The Wind in the Willows, Curtains and The Burnt Part Boys. Work in theatre includes Moulin Rouge! at the Piccadilly; and The Witches of Eastwick at the Sondheim.
BETH HINTON-LEVER

BETH HINTON-LEVER

Worker

BETH HINTON-LEVER

BETH HINTON-LEVER

Worker
Beth Hinton-Lever trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts after she studied Classical Archaeology and Classical Civilisations at UCL. Her work in theatre includes The Doncastrian Chalk Circle (Public Acts at CAST), As You Like It (Public Acts at Queen’s Hornchurch), Hadestown and Dick Whittington for the National Theatre; Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe; West Side Story and A Chorus Line at Leicester Curve; Living Newspaper Edition 3 and Maryland at the Royal Court; Millennials for MTFest/Turbine; Treasure Island at Derby Theatre; Reasons to be Cheerful for Graeae; Spring Awakening at Hope Mill; Dancehall and Sleeping Beauty at CAST. TV includes Disclosure, All the Light We Cannot See, The Suspect and Silent Witness. Film includes Wicked and Men in Black: International. Audio includes An Aeneid and The Blind School: Pioneering People and Places.
WAYLON JACOBS

WAYLON JACOBS

Worker

WAYLON JACOBS

WAYLON JACOBS

Worker
Waylon Jacobs trained at the Arts Educational Schools London, where he received the BBC Performing Arts Bursary and the Gillian Lynne Award. His work in theatre includes The Last Five Years at the Minack; Treason at Cadogan Hall and at Drury Lane; Chicago on UK tour; Ragtime and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Regent’s Park; RENT for Tabard; The Screams of Kitty Genovese at Tete a Tete Opera Festival and the Edinburgh Festival; Sondheim at 80 for BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall; Riverdance at the Gaiety, Dublin; Dick Whittington at Chelmsford Civic; and Hamilton, Memphis, We Will Rock You (also world arena tour), Children of Eden and The Lion King in the West End.
CHRISTOPHER SHORT

CHRISTOPHER SHORT

Worker

CHRISTOPHER SHORT

CHRISTOPHER SHORT

Worker
Christopher Short trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Work in theatre includes Jersey Boys on UK and Ireland tour; Anything Goes on UK tour and at the Barbican; Forever Plaid Upstairs at the Gatehouse; The Lightning Road at the Actors Church; and The Prince of Egypt at the Dominion. TV includes The Olivier Awards (with Anything Goes), Dancing on Ice (with The Prince of Egypt) and Ball and Boe (also at the O2 Arena). Film includes The Prince of Egypt: Live from the West End. Recordings include the original cast recording of The Prince of Egypt.
LUCINDA BUCKLEY

LUCINDA BUCKLEY

Swing

LUCINDA BUCKLEY

LUCINDA BUCKLEY

Swing
Lucinda Buckley trained at Rose Bruford College, where productions included London Road, The Tempest, As You Like It and After the Dance. Work in theatre includes Dick Whittington at Chipping Norton.
WINNY HERBERT

WINNY HERBERT

Swing

WINNY HERBERT

WINNY HERBERT

Swing
Winny Herbert trained at the Urdang Academy. His work in theatre includes Dreamgirls on UK tour; Hairspray The Musical on the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines; Seven, The Velvet Rope, Slumber and Disconnected for P&O Australia; The Color Purple for BTA; Hard Knocks for Apple; and Hairspray The Musical at London Coliseum.
RYESHA HIGGS

RYESHA HIGGS

Swing

RYESHA HIGGS

RYESHA HIGGS

Swing
Ryesha Higgs trained at The Ailey School, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre and Dance Theatre of Harlem. Work in theatre includes Sinatra – The Musical in a world premiere at Birmingham Rep; We Will Rock You at London Coliseum; and The Lion King at the Lyceum. TV includes Britain’s Got Talent, Strictly Come Dancing, MTV European Music Awards and Asian MNET Music Awards.
MIRIAM NYARKO

MIRIAM NYARKO

Swing

MIRIAM NYARKO

MIRIAM NYARKO

Swing
Miriam Nyarko is an actor and R&B singer-songwriter. Her work in theatre includes Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Boy in the Dress and The Magician’s Elephant at the RSC; Our Town at Regent’s Park; and The Lion King in the West End. TV includes Almost Never (series one to three) and Moon Knight. Short films include Blackwool. Her first EP The Journey was released in October 2023.
SIMON OSKARSSON

SIMON OSKARSSON

Swing

SIMON OSKARSSON

SIMON OSKARSSON

Swing
Simon Oskarsson trained at Arts Educational Schools London. Work in theatre includes The Book Thief at Leicester Curve; Robin Hood. The Legend. Re-written, 101 Dalmatians and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Regent’s Park; Claus – the Musical at The Lowry, Manchester; Assassins at the Watermill and Nottingham Playhouse; Kärlek Skonar Ingen (Love Spares Nobody) at Gothenburg Opera House; Julia Capulet for Lilla Beddinge Teater; Kiss Me, Kate at Sheffield Crucible; Ögonblick as an LDMG scholarship residency; To Paint the Earth at Southwark Playhouse; and Return to the Forbidden Planet (nominations for The Stage Debut Award and an Offie) Upstairs at the Gatehouse. TV includes Lotta På Liseberg – Kärlek Skonar Ingen, The National Television Awards and So Awkward. Short films include Unity of Opposites and 03:03. Recordings include cast recording for The Book Thief, Dead or Alive and Knife of Shame. Voiceovers include Warthunder.

Anaïs Mitchell

MUSIC, LYRICS & BOOK

Anaïs Mitchell

MUSIC, LYRICS & BOOK
Anaïs is a singer-songwriter whose recordings include the original studio album of Hadestown (2010, featuring Justin Vernon and Ani Difranco) and Young Man in America (2012). Reinterpretations of traditional music include Child Ballads (2013, with Jefferson Hamer) and Bonny Light Horseman (2019, as Bonny Light Horseman). She has headlined worldwide and supported tours for Bon Iver, Josh Ritter and Punch Brothers. Awards include BBC Radio 2 Folk Award and Folk Alliance International Spirit of Folk Award. Year-end best lists: NPR, Wall Street Journal, MOJO, Uncut, Guardian, Sunday Times, Observer. Hadestown is Anaïs’s first musical.

Rachel Chavkin

DEVELOPED WITH AND DIRECTED BY

Rachel Chavkin

DEVELOPED WITH AND DIRECTED BY
Rachel is a director, writer and artistic director of the TEAM. Hadestown (NYTW, National Theatre, London) has been one of her greatest joys. Tony and Lortel nominations and Drama Desk Award for Dave Malloy’s Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 (Broadway, Ars Nova, A.R.T.). London: Mission Drift (National Theatre), American Clock (Old Vic). Select New York and regional: Marco Ramirez’s The Royale (LCT; Obie Award, Drama Desk and Lortel noms.), Malloy’s Preludes (LCT3), Bess Wohl’s Small Mouth Sounds (Ars Nova and national tour), Carson Kreitzer and Matt Gould’s Lempicka (Williamstown Theatre Festival), The Royal Family (Guthrie Theatre) and multiple collaborations with Taylor Mac. Her first film, Remind Me, was an official selection of the Venice and Beverly Hills Film Festivals. 2017 Smithsonian Award for Ingenuity. Upcoming: Wohl’s Continuity (MTC), Malloy’s Moby Dick (A.R.T.). Proud NYTW Usual Suspect and Member SDC.

David Neumann

CHOREOGRAPHER

David Neumann

CHOREOGRAPHER
Film: I Am Legend (Will Smith), Marriage Story (Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver). Choreography: An Octoroon and Futurity (Soho Rep), Underground Railroad Game (Ars Nova), Hagoromo (Wendy Whelan, Jock Soto) and Home (BAM), The Antipodes (Signature Theatre). Collaborator and performer: Laurie Anderson, Big Dance Theater, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Doug Elkins. Director: The Object Lesson (NYTW, BAM). Artistic director, Advanced Beginner Group (P.S.122, NY Live Arts, The Kitchen, Symphony Space, Abrons Art Center, The Chocolate Factory, The Whitney, Walker Art Center, MASS MoCA, among others). Recipient of three Bessie Awards for dance/performance, nominee for two Lucille Lortel and one Helen Hayes Award for choreography.

RACHEL HAUCK

SCENIC DESIGNER

RACHEL HAUCK

SCENIC DESIGNER
Broadway: What the Constitution Means to Me, Latin History for Morons. Recent work: Hadestown (National Theatre; Citadel; NYTW); Hurricane Diane (NYTW); Othello, Twelfth Night (Shakespeare in the Park); The Lucky Ones (Ars Nova); You’ll Still Call Me By Name (Sonya Tayeh/Jacob’s Pillow); Tiny Beautiful Things, Dry Powder (The Public); Amy and the Orphans, On the Exhale (Roundabout Theatre Company); Antlia Pneumatica, Grand Concourse (Playwrights Horizons). Princess Grace, Lilly awards; Drama Desk, Lortel nominations; Obie Award for Sustained Excellence.

Michael Krass

COSTUME DESIGNER

Michael Krass

COSTUME DESIGNER
Broadway: Tony nominations for Noises Off, Machinal and The Constant Wife; plus Charlie Brown, Twelve Angry Men, Heisenberg, new plays by Joe diPietro, Stephen Belber, Nicky Silver and Elaine May; and the current What the Constitution Means to Me. Off-Broadway: Premieres by Edward Albee, Christopher Durang, John Guare, Teresa Rebeck, Sarah Treem, John Kander/Greg Pierce, Will Eno, Lauren Yee, Lisa Loomer, Donald Marguilies, and many more. He teaches in the graduate program at Brown University.

Bradley King

LIGHTING DESIGNER

Bradley King

LIGHTING DESIGNER
Collaborations with Rachel Chavkin include The Great Comet, Lempicka, Preludes and three previous incarnations of Hadestown. Broadway: Bernhardt/Hamlet, The Great Comet (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critic’s award winner). Off-Broadway: Shows for MCC Theater, Roundabout Theatre Company, Playwrights Horizons, Atlantic Theater Company, New York Theatre Workshop, Signature Theatre and many others. Numerous regional theatre and opera productions across the U.S. and worldwide. MFA, NYU. bradleykingld.com

Nevin Steinberg

CO-SOUND DESIGNER

Nevin Steinberg

CO-SOUND DESIGNER
Broadway: Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, The Cher Show, Bandstand, Bright Star, It Shoulda Been You, Mothers and Sons, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Tony nomination), The Performers, Magic/Bird. Off-Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, The Landing, Far From Heaven. Over 30 Broadway productions with Acme Sound Partners and five additional Tony nominations: The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Fences, Hair, In the Heights.

Jessica Paz

CO-SOUND DESIGNER

Jessica Paz

CO-SOUND DESIGNER
Twelfth Night, Othello, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Miss You Like Hell (The Public Theater); Welcome to Fear City (KC Rep); Burn All Night (A.R.T); A Sucker Emcee (Labyrinth Theater Company); Ugly Lies the Bone (Roundabout Theatre Company); The Muscles in Our Toes (Labyrinth Theater Company); Becoming Dr. Ruth (Westside Theatre); Looking for the Pony (Vital Theater Co.); Women Beware Women (Red Bull Theater); Stretch—A Fantasia (New Georges). Associate designer of Bandstand (Broadway), Dear Evan Hansen (Broadway and international), Fela! (Broadway and international).

Liam Robinson

MUSICAL SUPERVISOR AND VOCAL ARRANGEMENTS

Liam Robinson

MUSICAL SUPERVISOR AND VOCAL ARRANGEMENTS
Broadway: War Horse (Songman, original cast); music director and vocal arranger for Hadestown Off-Broadway at New York Theater Workshop (cast member), Canada’s Citadel Theatre and London’s National Theatre; orchestrator/co-producer National Anthem: Arise! Arise! robinsonandrohe.com

Michael Chorney

ARRANGMENTS & ORCHESTRATIONS

Michael Chorney

ARRANGMENTS & ORCHESTRATIONS
MICHAEL CHORNEY is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger and orchestrator. He has produced over 30 records for other artists as well as 15 recordings of original works. Michael has been involved with Hadestown, his first work for the stage, since its inception. He lives and works in Lincoln, Vermont, and is music director for dance at Middlebury College.

Todd Sickafoose

ARRANGMENTS & ORCHESTRATIONS

Todd Sickafoose

ARRANGMENTS & ORCHESTRATIONS
TODD SICKAFOOSE is a composer, producer, arranger, orchestrator, bandleader and double bassist. He produced, co-arranged and performed on the original Hadestown album, co-produced the Off-Broadway Hadestown Live Original Cast Recording and produced and arranged Anaïs Mitchell’s album Young Man in America. Since 2004, Sickafoose has performed internationally with Ani DiFranco. Writing for his band Tiny Resistors, he recently created Bear Proof, a chamber jazz hybrid commissioned by the Doris Duke Foundation.

Ken Cerniglia

DRAMATURG

Ken Cerniglia

DRAMATURG
Broadway: Aladdin, Peter and the Starcatcher, Newsies, The Little Mermaid, Tarzan. Regional/touring: Freaky Friday, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, High School Musical, The Kennedy Center, La Jolla Playhouse, Signature Theatre, Fisher Ensemble, Arena Stage. Hadestown at NYTW, Citadel, National Theatre London. Book writer for the new musical Atlantis, premiere April 2019 Virginia Repertory Theatre. Education: UC San Diego. Catholic University, University of Washington. Past president, Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas.

Jacob Sparrow

CASTING

Jacob Sparrow

CASTING
Jacob worked in the National Theatre Casting Department from 2015 to 2019 before becoming a freelance Casting Director. Prior to working at the National Theatre, Jacob worked with Pippa Ailion Casting and Telsey and Company in New York, as well as alongside James Orange. He is a passionate advocate for equal representation onstage and promoting a wide range of intersectional voices. He is committed to promoting underrepresented voices (particularly Trans, Non-Binary and disabled identifying artists) in a constructive and meaningful way and this is intrinsic to his creative casting practice.

MARIA CROCKER

UK Associate Director

MARIA CROCKER

UK Associate Director
Maria Crocker trained on the National Theatre Directors Course and is a Headlong Origins alumnus. Her work in theatre includes Pinocchio (as assistant director) at the National Theatre; as director: You Heard Me at Battersea Arts Centre and on UK tour; The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Growth at Northern Stage; Scarborough Porpoise at Pilot Theatre; Amai Vangu at Live Theatre; Assassins at Mountview; Pronoun at ALRA; and Found at Alnwick Playhouse; as associate director: Local Hero for the Lyceum, Edinburgh; Meek for Headlong and Birmingham Rep; Gods are Fallen and All Safety Gone for Greyscale on international tour; The Gamblers for Greyscale and Dundee Rep; as assistant director: Mood Music at the Old Vic; Animal Farm at Northern Stage; and Catch 22 on UK tour. Maria Crocker was runner-up for Sir Peter Hall RTST Directors Award MGC Futures Bursary.

STEVE KIRKHAM

UK Associate Choreographer

STEVE KIRKHAM

UK Associate Choreographer
Steve Kirkham’s work in theatre includes Here Lies Love (as associate choreographer), His Dark Materials Part 1 and Part 2 (as assistant choreographer) and 13 (as choreographer) at the National Theatre; as resident director: Swan Lake (also on Broadway) and Edward Scissorhands at Sadler’s Wells and on international tour; as choreographer: Klub and Zero for Frantic Assembly; Emma, Betty Blue Eyes, Sweeney Todd, Made in Dagenham, Into the Woods, Dogfight and Spelling Bee at Mountview; Love’s Labour’s Lost and The Wedding Singer for the Royal Academy Of Music; as dancer: Edward Scissorhands, Play Without Words, Swan Lake, The Nutcracker for Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, DV8 Physical Theatre and as movement associate: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in the West End. TV includes, as associate choreographer: Andor, The Alienist and His Dark Materials. Film includes, as associate choreographer: Aquaman – The Lost Kingdom, Heart of Stone and World War Z.

TAREK MERCHANT

Music Director

TAREK MERCHANT

Music Director
Tarek Merchant holds a First Class Degree in Music from the University of York and a further First Class Degree in Actor-Musicianship from Rose Bruford College. His work in theatre includes The Odyssey, The Doncastrian Chalk Circle, Hex, Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear and Pericles for the National Theatre; Don Quixote (also West End), Fair Maid of the West, Miss Littlewood, The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich and A Midsummer Night’s Dream for the RSC; 101 Dalmatians at Regent’s Park; The Band’s Visit (What’s On Stage Award nomination for Best Musical Direction) at the Donmar; Sweeney Todd at the Liverpool Everyman; Our Town and Twelfth Night at the Royal Exchange, Manchester; and The Grinning Man and Swallows and Amazons at Bristol Old Vic; and The Crown Jewels and Girl From the North Country in the West End.

JASMINE TEO

Resident Director

JASMINE TEO

Resident Director
Jasmine Teo’s work in theatre includes The Sound of Music at Chichester; A Christmas Carol at the Bridge; Graceland at the Royal Court; A Christmas Carol at Nottingham Playhouse; Camp Siegfried at the Old Vic; The Haystack at Hampstead; The Wolves at Theatre Royal Stratford East; These Demons (LPT Standing Ovation nomination) at Theatre503; The Bevin Boys (Standing Ovation Award for Best New Play Raising Awareness) and The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye at Pentameters; The Gift for RADA; The Last Five Years at the Henderson Project, Singapore; and Jerusalem (Olivier Award nomination for Best Revival) in the West End. Jasmine Teo was a reader for the Old Vic Playwriting for Big Stages Programme and a member of the first Royal Court Directors’ Group.

GEORGE FRANCIS

Associate Music Director

DAVID GALLAGHER

Orchestral Manager

DAVID GALLAGHER

Orchestral Manager
David Gallagher was the Music Manager at the National Theatre from 2000 to 2010 and at the RSC from 2010 to 2011. His subsequent theatre work includes My Neighbour Totoro at the Barbican; Matilda The Musical, Oklahoma!, Dr Semmelweis, Come From Away, 42nd Street, Queen Anne, From Here To Eternity and Girl From The North Country in the West End; Groundhog Day, Sylvia, A Christmas Carol, The Lorax, The Divide, Fanny and Alexander, The American Clock and The Bridge Project at the Old Vic; Cold War, The Secret Life of Bees, Tammy Faye and Spring Awakening at the Almeida; Local Hero at Chichester; White Christmas, Miss Saigon, She Loves Me and Guys and Dolls at Sheffield Crucible; Identical at Nottingham Playhouse; The Wizard of Oz at Leeds Playhouse; and The King and I, Bernadette Peters, Jackie The Musical and Play Without Words on UK tours. Film includes Robin Hood.

EMMA PILE

UK Associate Scenic Designer

EMMA PILE

UK Associate Scenic Designer
Emma Pile’s work in theatre includes Roald Dahl’s The Witches, LOVE, Cleansed, Small Island, Exit the King, Young Chekhov: Platonov, Young Chekhov: Ivanov and Young Chekhov: The Seagull at the National Theatre; The Beauty Queen of Leenane for Theatre by the Lake; The Contingency Plan at Sheffield Crucible; and High Times and Dirty Monsters on UK tour. As a pre-visualisation artist: The Trials and Silence at the Donmar; Clorinda Agonistes at Sadler’s Wells; and 2:22 A Ghost Story in the West End. As a freelance digital artist: Hairspray at Kilworth Theatre; The Third Man at Menier Chocolate Factory; Private Lives at the Donmar; The Producers at Det Ny Teater, Copenhagen; and Enemy of the People for the Park Avenue Armory. Opera includes Orfeo at Zurich Opera and The Creation (Schopfung) at Cologne Opera.

ALEXANDRA MANNIX

US Associate Lighting Designer

ALEXANDRA MANNIX

US Associate Lighting Designer
Alex Mannix graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Classics and received her Master’s in Design from NYU Tisch. Her work in theatre includes Lempicka at La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego; Once at Geva Theatre Center, Rochester; Carnival of the Animals at Hearst Dance Theater, Princeton; DiSiac 2.0 and Eclipsed at the Berlind (McCarter Theatre Center); Assassins, Pippin and The Crucible for the Princeton Summer Theater; and How to Dance in Ohio, Bad Cinderella and Flying Over Sunset on Broadway.

MICHAEL ODAM

UK Associate Lighting Designer

MICHAEL ODAM

UK Associate Lighting Designer
Mike Odam’s work in theatre includes Legally Blonde, Singin’ in the Rain and Thoroughly Modern Millie at Kilworth House; Cabaret in Cologne; 24 Hour Musicals, Hairspray and 42nd Street in Hamburg; Priscilla Queen of the Desert on UK tour; and Phantom of the Opera, Aladdin, The Prince of Egypt, Wicked, Priscilla, Tarzan, and Beauty and the Beast in the West End. Other credits include five short plays in Pori, Finland. Opera includes Orpheus at the Royal Opera House. Stage presentations include Mulan in Disneyland Paris and Millennium Celebration at Disneyland Paris.

KELSH B-D

UK Associate Sound Designer

KELSH B-D

UK Associate Sound Designer
Kelsh B-D’s work in theatre includes Tina – The Tina Turner Musical at Stuttgart Apollo; Smokey Mountain Christmas Carol at the Southbank Centre; Anything Goes at the Barbican and on UK and Ireland tour; Saving Grace at the Riverside Studios; Rent at Hope Mill; Chess in Moscow; The Bodyguard in Stuttgart and Vienna, also on tour in France, UK and Ireland; Annie in Toronto; The Snowman at the Peacock and on UK tour; and Xanadu at Southwark Playhouse; and Sunset Boulevard and Hamilton (also Hamburg Stage Operettenhaus and UK and Ireland tour) in the West End. Concert includes The Phantom of the Opera in Moscow and Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey on tour.

RACHEL WOODHOUSE

Costume Supervisor

RACHEL WOODHOUSE

Costume Supervisor
Rachel Woodhouse studied Costume for the Stage and Screen at the Bournemouth Arts Institute. Her work in theatre includes Imperium for the RSC; The Snail House at Hampstead; Ghosts (also BAM and Trafalgar Studios) and Little Eyolf at the Almeida; Blithe Spirit (also UK tour and West End) and In Praise of Love at Theatre Royal Bath; and Sunset Boulevard, Betty Blue Eyes, Mary Poppins, Oliver!, and Les Misérables 25th Production in the West End. Opera includes Return of Ulysses, Berenice, Don Carlos, Boris Godanov and Rigoletto at the Royal Opera House; On the Town, Sir John in Love and King Arthur at the English National Opera; Anastasia, Swan Lake and Coppelia for the Royal Ballet; Matthew Bournes’ Nutcracker! at Nymans; The Stepmother and An Enemy of the People at Chichester; and Enron and 1984 for Headlong.

HELEN KEANE FOR CAMPBELL YOUNG ASSOCIATES

Wigs, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor

HELEN KEANE FOR CAMPBELL YOUNG ASSOCIATES

Wigs, Hair & Make-Up Supervisor
Helen Keane’s work in theatre includes Stranger Things, The Sound of Music, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella (also on Broadway as Bad Cinderella), Rock Follies, 42nd Street, Guys & Dolls, As You Like It, Eureka Day, Good, Get Up, Stand Up!, Into the Woods, Crazy for You, Anything Goes, All About Eve, The King & I and The Bodyguard in the West End; A Beautiful Noise, Almost Famous, Funny Girl, The Music Man, Carousel and Straight Line Crazy on Broadway; To Kill a Mockingbird, Back to The Future: The Musical, Leopoldstadt, Company, Girl from the North Country, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical (2020 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Wig and Hair Design), A Christmas Carol, The Ferryman, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Groundhog Day, Matilda, Ghost and Billy Elliot in the West End and on Broadway. TV includes The Gilded Age and Downton Abbey. Film includes Anette and Murder on the Orient Express.

LILY MOLLGAARD

Props Supervisor

Casting is subject to change without notice. Producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular cast member.

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