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LEGALLY BLONDE
PERFORMERS COLLEGE | THE CRESCENT THEATRE, BIRMINGHAM

CO-DIRECTORS & CHOREOGRAPHERS | JAMES SQUARED 

MUSICAL DIRECTOR | KATHARINE WOOLLEY

PRODUCTION MANAGER | MYRA LONG 

ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER | CRAIG SCOTT

LIGHTING DESIGNER | LEIGH MULPETER

SOUND DESIGNER | BRADLEY KING

WARDROBE | SCOTT WALDRON

"Legally Blonde, in all its pink and energetic glory, is show full of love, humour and most importantly triumph. In a world steeped in stereotypes and cultural norms we find common humanity across social territory lines and are taken on a journey of self-discoveryand personal triumph beyond the limits of what we believe to be possible. To co-direct and choreograph this iconic musical, to work alongside Katharine Woolley, who’s musical direction took the Regent’s Park iteration of this hit musical by storm in 2022 and to lead a cast who have dedicated themselves to this process and our vision has been an utter joy for us both."

GROWTH
ICTHEATRE  | BRIGHTON, UNITED KINGDOM

DIRECTOR | ROBIN BELFIELD

MOVEMENT DIRECTOR | JAMES ROSENTAL 

PRODUCTION MANAGER | EMMA EDWARDS

STAGE MANAGER | SHAUNA THOMPSON 

LIGHTING DESIGNER | LEIGH MULPETER

SOUND DESIGNER | BRADLEY KING

"Legally Blonde, in all its pink and energetic glory, is show full of love, humour and most importantly triumph. In a world steeped in stereotypes and cultural norms we find common humanity across social territory lines and are taken on a journey of self-discoveryand personal triumph beyond the limits of what we believe to be possible. To co-direct and choreograph this iconic musical, to work alongside Katharine Woolley, who’s musical direction took the Regent’s Park iteration of this hit musical by storm in 2022 and to lead a cast who have dedicated themselves to this process and our vision has been an utter joy for us both."

THE SUSPECTS
UNIVERSITY OF CHICHESTER | CHICHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM

CO-DIRECTORS & CHOREOGRAPHERS | JAMES SQUARED 

PRODUCTION MANAGER | KAREN HOWARD

ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER | CRAIG SCOTT

LIGHTING DESIGNER | LEIGH MULPETER

SOUND DESIGNER | BRADLEY KING

WARDROBE | SCOTT WALDRON

"Legally Blonde, in all its pink and energetic glory, is show full of love, humour and most importantly triumph. In a world steeped in stereotypes and cultural norms we find common humanity across social territory lines and are taken on a journey of self-discoveryand personal triumph beyond the limits of what we believe to be possible. To co-direct and choreograph this iconic musical, to work alongside Katharine Woolley, who’s musical direction took the Regent’s Park iteration of this hit musical by storm in 2022 and to lead a cast who have dedicated themselves to this process and our vision has been an utter joy for us both."

CARMEN
STAATSTHEATRE  | HANNOVER, GERMANY

DIRECTOR | BARBORA HORAKOVA

CHOREOGRAPHER | JAMES ROSENTAL 

MUSICAL DIRECTOR  | MASARU KUMAKURA

LIGHTING DESIGNER | SASHA ZAUNER

COSTUME | EVA-MARIA VAN ACKER

PRINCIPAL DANCER | JAMES HARRIS

"Carmen – the title evokes the blazing heat of a Spanish summer and Don José’s hopeless passion for the freedom-loving Carmen. This new chamber music version provides an opportunity to take pleasure in questioning this classic opera. In terms of the music, composer Marius Felix Lange sheds a new light on Bizet’s score, using texts by Martin Mutschler. This production of Carmen focuses on the opera’s central characters and addresses the highly modern question of whether we are capable of controlling our own desire. What happens to our yearnings when we cannot change the way we are? Carmen’s absolute concept of freedom signifies a liberation from predetermined roles – but at what price? Director Barbora Horáková Joly and her team examine these controversial questions with great sensuality and precision.

SAUCY JACKS
ICTHEATRE | BRIGHTON, UNITED KINGDOM

DIRECTOR & CHOREOGRAPHER | JAMES HARRIS

MUSICAL DIRECTOR | DANNY MARLAND

PRODUCTION MANAGER | EMMA EDWARDS

ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER | TOBER REILLY 

"Legally Blonde, in all its pink and energetic glory, is show full of love, humour and most importantly triumph. In a world steeped in stereotypes and cultural norms we find common humanity across social territory lines and are taken on a journey of self-discoveryand personal triumph beyond the limits of what we believe to be possible. To co-direct and choreograph this iconic musical, to work alongside Katharine Woolley, who’s musical direction took the Regent’s Park iteration of this hit musical by storm in 2022 and to lead a cast who have dedicated themselves to this process and our vision has been an utter joy for us both."

SPRING AWAKENING
FALMOUTH UNIVERSITY   | AMATA FALMOUTH, UNITED KINGDOM 

DIRECTOR | LEWIS BUTLER

CHOREOGRAPHER | JAMES ROSENTAL

ASSISTANT CHOREOGRAPHER | JAMES HARRIS  

MUSICAL DIRECTOR  | RICHARD HEALEY

"Spring Awakening is a coming-of-age rock musical with music by Duncan Sheik and a book and lyrics by Steven Sater. It is based on the 1891 German play Spring Awakening by Frank Wedekind. Set in late 19th-century Germany, the musical tells the story of teenagers discovering the inner and outer tumult of adolescent sexuality. In the musical, alternative rock is employed as part of the folk-infused rock score.

The original Broadway production won eight Tony Awards, including Tonys for Best Musical, Direction, Book, Score and Featured Actor. The production also garnered four Drama Desk Awards, while its original cast album received a Grammy Award. In addition, the show was revived in 2015 on Broadway and garnered three Tony Award nominations, among other honors.

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN
ICTHEATRE | BRIGHTON, UNITED KINGDOM

DIRECTOR | YORGOS KARMELAGOS

CHOREOGRAPHER | JAMES HARRIS

MUSICAL DIRECTOR | RICHARD 

STAGE MANAGER | MICHAEL BRADLEY 

PRODUCTION MANAGER | GRACE CROUCHER

"Young Frankenstein (promoted as The New Mel Brooks Musical: Young Frankenstein) is a musicalwith a book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, and music and lyrics by Brooks. It is based on the 1974 comedy film of the same name written by Gene Wilder and Brooks who also directed and has described it as his best film. It is a parody of the horror film genre, especially the 1931 Universal Pictures adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and its 1935 and 1939 sequels, Bride of Frankenstein and Son of Frankenstein."

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