Joseph C. Walsh (Director)
Joseph has recently directed the Irish premieres of Jason Robert Brown's The Last Five Years and Songs For A New World and a critically acclaimed Irish national tour of The King And I. In the West End he served as Resident Director on When Harry Met Sally and Assistant Director on Coyote On A Fence. He is currently the Musical Theatre Co-ordinator for Plumstead Manor School and the Greenwich Young Apprenticeship Programme.
His other directing credits include the European Premiere of Listen To My Heart: The Songs Of David Friedman, the World Premiere of Twisted: The Annie Ross Story, The Anniversary, Bent, Kiss Of The Spider Woman, Man Of La Mancha, Once On This Island, Burke And Hare, I Am Star Trek and Annie Warbucks.
As a performer Joseph appeared in Side Show and Joseph. He also toured North America for two years with Feld Entertainment performing in Anastasia On Ice and Pocahontas On Ice and appeared with World Champion Michelle Kwan in the television special Reflections On Ice which was broadcast worldwide.
Rob Archibald (Musical Supervisor)
Theatre: Les Miserables (Queens Theatre, London), Batboy (Shaftesbury Theatre, London), Ragtime (Piccadilly Theatre, London), Riverdance (US Tour/NYC), The Wild Party (Riverside Studios, London), Grease (Larnaca, Cyprus), Dude! Where's my teddy bear? (Wimbledon Studio, London), Grab Me A Gondola (Theatre Museum, Covent Garden), The Maid Of The Mountains (Finborough Theatre, London), Jerry Springer - The Opera (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh), The Reel Of The Hanged Man (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh), Crusade (Edinburgh), Blude Red (Cumbernauld Theatre, Glasgow).
Concerts: Carousel (St David's Hall, Cardiff), The Kings Of Swing (UK Tour), Beyond Broadway (UK Tour). Recordings: Pirates Of The Carribean, A Different Kind Of Love (debut album).
Musical Direction credits include: Little Shop Of Horrors, Aladdin, Peter Pan, Oliver!, The Pajama Game and Scrooge. Rob also teaches singing at various drama schools in London.
Barney Ashworth (Musical Director)
Leaving the Purcell School in 1999 Barney spent almost five years with the Band of the Life Guards based at Hyde Park Barracks in Knightsbridge. He was promoted to the rank of Lance Corporal and appointed as the band's pianist performing at many state functions. He was also requested to play as a solo pianist for Her Majesty the Queen on many occasions.
Since leaving the Army in 2003 Barney has been involved extensively in Musical Theatre performing as an instrumentalist on Never Forget at the Savoy Theatre and Cats tour to Germany. He has been the Assistant Musical Director on the UK tour of This Is Elvis! and most recently Shout! at the Arts Theatre.
Barney has been Musical Director for both Holland America Line and P&O cruise ships, Cinderella at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage and also at various Performing Arts Schools and Higher Education Establishments including Trinity College of Music, Reynolds Performing Arts School, The American School in London and The Mandy Ellen School.
Philip Scutt (Choreographer)
As a choreographer Philip has worked for The Academy of Perfoming Arts and many other schools across London. Last year he choreographed The Wiz at Greenwich Theatre. He has also worked as resident director for Open Wide International.
Kevin James (Lighting Designer)
As a lighting designer he has worked on Lysistrata for Icarus Productions at The Courtyard Theatre, The Lifeblood, Private Lives, The Blue Monologues at the Shaw Theatre, the tour of Salome for Painted Horse Theatre Company, and for British Touring Shakespeare he has lit their London seasons of Henry V, Romeo And Juliet, Twelfth Night and Hamlet. Other production roles include Technical Stage Manager on Around The World In 80 Minutes and Aladin Et La Lampe Enchantee for Theatre Sans Frontieres, Production Electrician on Como Agua Para Chocolate and Here Be Monsters, and most recently in various technical roles on Horrid Henry - Live And Horrid! for Watershed Productions on national tour and in the West End.
Eve Curzon (Sound Designer)
Wild Oats Productions (Producers)
Paper Dragon Productions (Production Consultants)
The theatre arm of PDP, focussed mainly in the UK, is currently heading up the development of London Repertory Company - an ambitious project to establish a full-scale traditional repertory company in the heart of London.
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