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Oklahoma! programme

This is Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! as you’ve never seen it before, re-orchestrated and reimagined for the 21st century. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical, Daniel Fish's bold interpretation transfers to the Young Vic, direct from an acclaimed run on Broadway and a U.S. tour.

This is Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! as you’ve never seen it before, re-orchestrated and reimagined for the 21st century. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical, Daniel Fish's bold interpretation transfers to the Young Vic, direct from an acclaimed run on Broadway and a U.S. tour.

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‘GENTLEMEN

– SHUT UP!’

AUNT ELLER ACT 2 SCENE 1


THE BARD SUMMERSCAPE PRODUCTION OF

CREATIVE TEAM

IN ASSOCIATION WITH EVA PRICE, SONIA FRIEDMAN PRODUCTIONS, MICHAEL HARRISON

MUSIC BY RICHARD RODGERS

BOOK AND LYRICS BY OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II

BASED ON THE PLAY “GREEN GROW THE LILACS” BY LYNN RIGGS

ORIGINAL CHOREOGRAPHY BY AGNES DE MILLE

CAST

Ado Annie Carnes Marisha Wallace

Ali Hakim Stavros Demetraki

Andrew Carnes Greg Hicks

Aunt Eller Liza Sadovy

Cord Elam Ashley Samuels

Curly McLain Arthur Darvill

Gertie Cummings Rebekah Hinds

Jud Fry Patrick Vaill

Laurey Williams Anoushka Lucas

Mike Raphael Bushay

Will Parker James Davis

Lead Dancer Marie-Astrid Mence

Book, Music & Lyrics

Rodgers &

Hammerstein II

Original Book

Lynn Riggs

Original Choreographer

Agnes de Mille

Director

Daniel Fish

& Jordan Fein

Orchestrations &

Arrangements &

Co Musical Supervisor

Daniel Kluger

Choreographer

John Heginbotham

Co-Set Designer

Laura Jellinek

& Grace Laubacher

Costume Designer

Terese Wadden

Lighting Designer

Scott Zielinski

Sound Designer

Drew Levy

Projection Designer

Joshua Thorson

Co Musical Supervisor,

Vocal Arrangements

Nathan Koci

Musical Director

Tom Brady

Associate

Choreographer

Shelby Williams

Associate Costume

Designer

Rachel Townsend

Associate Lighting

Designer

Fiffi Thorsteinsson

Associate Sound

Designer

Sam Lerner

Associate Musical

Director

Huw Evans

Dialect Coach

Sam Lilja

Assistant Director

Nimmo Ismail

Orchestral Manager

David Gallagher

Casting Director

Jacob Sparrow

Theatrical Handgun

Consultant

Ruth Cooper-Brown

of Rc-Annie Ltd

Singing Coach

Mary King

Company Stage

Manager

Kate Watkins

Deputy Stage Manager

Luke Chambers

Assistant Stage

Manager

Catriona McHugh

Assistant Stage

Manager

Leelah McEvoy

Production Manager

Sarah Barton

Assistant Production

Manager

Esme Driscoll

Production Assistant

Maciek Zdobylak

Original New York

Consulting Producer

Tamar Climan

Production Electrician

Sam McLeod

Automation

Programmer

Craig Tye

Automation Operator

Ben Dootson

Lighting Programmer

Tamykha Patterson,

Sam Ohlsson

Very Special Thanks to Barbara Maier Gustern, 1935 – 2022

Lighting Operator

Luke Jackson

Lead Production

Sound Engineers

Aidan Jones &

Kyle MacPherson

Production Sound

Engineers

Michael Paver,

Joe Green,

Callum Wills,

Simon France,

Dave Sorrell

Sound No. 1

Mat Williams

Sound No. 2

Mhairi Howison

Sound No. 3

Dylan Marsh

Copyist

Colin Rae

Stage Crew

Ben Dootson &

Ryan Underwood

Production

Video Engineer

Jake Stebbings

Video Programmer

Daberechi

Ukoha-Kalu

Costume Supervisor

Zoë Thomas-Webb

Costume Buyer

Ellen Rey de Castro

Hair and Makeup

Supervisor

Dominique Hamilton

Assistant Costume

Supervisor

Annette Herold

Maintenance Hair

and Make Up Artists

Fanny Burgos

& Paul Burke

Running Wardrobe

Manager

Maddie Bevan

Dresser

Anuccia Botto

Laundry Technician

Martina Porjesova

Costume Makers

Ann Sparks,

Hilary Wili,

Janna Bannon,

Karen Smith,

Laura Lejeune,

Mai Fox

Costume Maker

and Alterations

Edith Webb

Textile Breakdown

Artist

Ysanne Tidd

Head of Stage

Craig Tye &

Rhodri Sion Evans

Deputy Head of Stage

Rhodri Sion Evans

& Jack Tosney

Production Carpenters

Rachel MacLoughlin,

Nick Aldrich,

Harvey Barker,

Tom Salmon

Prop Supervisor

Lizzie Frankl

for Propworks

Associate Prop

Supervisor

Zoë Wilson for

Propworks

Prop Assistant

Sophie Haliburn

for Propworks

Props by

Propworks

London Workshop

Audio Described by

Eleanor Margolies

Audio Described

and Captioned by

Miranda Yates

Set built by

Bower Wood

Production Services

Scenic art by

Richard Nutbourne

Scenic Studio

Rigging services by

Rigging Team

Tech equipment

suppliers:

LX:

PRG

Sound

Orbital Sound Ltd.

Communication

Creative Technology

Automation

TAIT

Video Equipment

supplied by

Universal Pixels

Special Effects

Bloody Stuff

Special Effects

Consultant

J&M Special Effects

Transport provided by

Paul Mathews

Transport and React

Transport Services

Ltd.

Special thanks to: Despina Tsatsas, Holly Aston, Donna Munday, Rebecca Gold, Diane Benjamin, David Nock, Josh Altman, Jake Hine, David Richards, Rachel Wingate,

Danielle Karliner Nash, Jennifer Weber, Ted Chapin, Victoria Traube, Sean Flahaven, Lili Giblin-McGrady at ENO, London Embroidery Studio.

This production was originally developed, produced, and premiered at the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College (Jeanne Donovan Fisher,

Chair; Leon Botstein, President; Gideon Lester, Artistic Director; Bob Bursey, Executive Director; Caleb Hammons, Senior Producer) in July 2015.

This production of Oklahoma! was subsequently developed and produced by St. Ann’s Warehouse and Eva Price at the Joseph S. and Diane H. Steinberg Theater,

Brooklyn, NY, Fall 2018.

Stock and amateur rights for Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! are represented by Concord Theatricals on behalf of The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization

www.concordtheatricals.co.uk

Cover image: Art direction by Emilie Chen. Photography by Mads Perch.

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Poster from the 1945 Boston Production of Carousel

50 YEARS OF RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN’S

GROUNDBREAKING MUSICALS

After long and highly distinguished careers with other collaborators,

Richard Rodgers (composer) and Oscar Hammerstein II (librettist/

lyricist) joined forces to create the most consistently fruitful and

successful partnership in American musical theatre. Between them,

their stage shows and respective film adaptations have earned them

42 Tony Awards, 15 Academy Awards, 2 Pulitzer Prizes, 2 Grammy

Awards and 2 Emmy Awards Tony Awards, ushering in a new era

of Broadway musicals.

1943 CARMEN JONES

OKLAHOMA! Rodgers & Hammerstein’s partnership

begins with their first musical, Oklahoma!

1944 Awarded Pulitzer Prize for Oklahoma!

1945 CAROUSEL

1947 ALLEGRO

1949 SOUTH PACIFIC

1950 Awarded Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama, South Pacific

1951 THE KING AND I

1949 Broadway production of South Pacific

1953 Broadway production of Me and Juliet

1952 Winner of Best Musical at Tony Awards, The King and I

1953 ME AND JULIET

1955 PIPE DREAM

1957 CINDERELLA

1958 FLOWER DRUM SONG

1959 THE SOUND OF MUSIC The last musical before Hammerstein’s passing

1965 Film adaptation of The Sound of Music won 5 Oscars, including Best Picture and Director

1990 Broadway’s 46th Street Theatre renamed The Richard Rodgers Theatre

1959 Broadway rehearsals of The Sound of Music

1999 Rodgers & Hammerstein awarded a United States Postal

Service stamp commemorating their partnership

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Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.

All images: (from the R&H Archives). Courtesy of The Rodgers

& Hammerstein Organization / A Concord Company, www.rnh.com.

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Photography by Anne Tetzlaff

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THE COMPANY

RAPHAEL BUSHAY

MIKE

Theatre includes: Red

Riding Hood (Theatre Royal

Stratford East); The Tempest,

Henry V (Shakespeares

Rose Theatre); Don Quixote

(Royal Shakespeare Company); As You Like It (The

Lamb Players); Peter Pan (Regents Park Open Air

Theatre); Queen of Chapletown (West Yorkshire

Playhouse); Roald Dahl’s ‘Fantastic Mr Fox’ (UK /

UAE Tour) (NST / Lyric Hammersmith / Leicester

Curve); Henry V (Regents Open Air Theatre);

Kampala (The Miniaturists / Arcola Theatre)

Television includes: Holby City (Series XVII).

ARTHUR DARVILL

CURLY McLAIN

Previous Young Vic: Been

So Long (Composer/MD).

Theatre includes: Rare

Earth Mettle (Royal

Court); The Antipodes,

Treasure Island (National Theatre); Sweet Charity

(Donmar); Once (Broadway and West End);

Genesis INC. (Hampstead); Hir (Bush Theatre);

Elevenses/Beginning To End (Somerset House);

Our Boys, Swimming With Sharks (West End);

Marine Parade (Brighton Festival); Doctor Faustus

(Globe); White Rabbit Red Rabbit (Gate); Is

Everyone OK? (Nabokov); Stacey (Arcola); Terre

Haute (Edinburgh Fringe/West End/Tour).

Television includes: Grace (ITV); DC’s Legends of

Tomorrow (CW); World on Fire (BBC), Danny &

the Human Zoo (Red Prod), Broadchurch (Kudos/

ITV), Dr Who (BBC); The White Queen (BBC),

The Paradise (BBC), Little Dorrit (BBC), He Kills

Coppers, The Verdict.

Film includes: Fairytale Sect; Robin Hood;

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll; Pelican Blood.

Short Film includes: Crazy for you; Captcha;

In Wonderland; Bertie; People You May Know.

Radio/Audio includes: Burning Both Ends,

Gulliver’s Travels, The Sandman, Frankenstein,

The Tales of Max Carrados, Good Omens.

Music credits include: Been so Long (Young Vic/

Traverse/Netflix); I want my hat back (National);

Frontline, Lightning Child (Globe); Artefacts

(Bush); Stoopud Fucken Animals (Traverse).

JAMES DAVIS

WILL PARKER

Young Vic and UK debut.

New York theatre includes:

Oklahoma! (Theatre

World Award recipient for

“breakthrough performance”

on Broadway, also at St. Ann’s Warehouse & Bard

Summerscape); The House of Blue Leaves

(Broadway); We Are Proud to Present a

Presentation...(Soho Rep); The Mother of

Invention (Abingdon); The More Loving One

(La MaMa ETC); and others.

US regional theatre includes: Juliet Capulet

in Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare Theatre

Company); King Richard II in Richard II,

Long Day’s Journey into Night, As You Like It

(Quintessence Theatre Group, ensemble member);

Clybourne Park (Long Wharf Theatre); American

Buffalo (Studio Theatre); and others.

Television includes: Search Party (HBO Max),

The Tony Awards (CBS).

Recording: The Grammy nominated cast album

of Oklahoma!

Training: The Juilliard School.

STAVROS DEMETRAKI

ALI HAKIM

Theatre includes: Peter Pan

(Birmingham Repertory

Theatre); The Vote

(Donmar Warehouse);

Timon of Athens, Antigone,

She Stoops To Conquer, The Kitchen (National

Theatre); Adventures In Wonderland, Supermarket

Shakespeare (Teatro Vivo); As You Like It

(Dash Arts / Curve); Blood Wedding (Liverpool

Everyman); By The Way (Chopped Logic);

Gilgamesh (Belgrade Theatre / National Tour);

Birds Without Wings (Eastern Angles).

Television includes: Miss Scarlett & The Duke;

Doctor Who; Tyrant; White Van Man; Doctors.

Film includes: The Phantom Warrior; Hampstead;

Risen; Dracula Untold; The Hope Rooms; Blush

Furiously; The Simple Equation.

Video Games includes: Assassins Creed Origins and

Assassins Creed Odyssey.

Rehearsed reading / workshop includes: Unknown

Warriors (National Theatre Platforms); Breaking

The Code (McCabe / Smith); Upstairs, Hamlet

(National Theatre).

REBEKAH HINDS

GERTIE CUMMINGS

Rebekah trained at Royal

Central School of Speech

and Drama.

Theatre includes:

What’s New Pussycat?

(Birmingham Rep); Paradise (Hampstead); Much

Ado About Nothing (Watford Palace); Grotty

(The Bunker); Humble Boy (Orange Tree); Anita

& Me (UK Tour); The Government Inspector

(Birmingham Rep/Ramps on the Moon UK Tour

– Olivier Award Nominated); Billy Liar (Royal

Exchange); Around the World (Sadler’s Wells &

Mint Theater, New York); The Little Prince –

Concert (Savoy); Sondheim Prom (Royal Albert

Hall).

Television includes: Scarborough, Inside No. 9,

The Syndicate (BBC); Trollied (Sky1); Shameless

(Channel 4); Aunties, Stains of Staines (Pilot).

Film includes: Who Fired That Cannon? (Collab

Films); Shandyland (Northern Stage); The Public

Benefits (Zoom Films); Woman of the Night

(Badgerboy Productions).

Radio includes: I heart Amy, Omega (Wireless);

Animal Instinct (Audible); The Phlebotomist (BBC

Radio 3).

Rebekah won the Audience Favourite Award in the

Musical Comedy Awards 2019 as half of comedy

duo Maris Piper.

GREG HICKS

ANDREW CARNES

Theatre includes: The

Oresteia (NT); The Open

House (Bath/Print Room);

Richard III, The Kreutzer

Sonata, Clarion (Arcola);

Play Strindberg (Ustinov Studio); All’s Well

That Ends Well, Hamlet, Little Eagles, Anthony

& Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, A Winter’s Tale;

King Lear (All for the RSC); Angels in America

(Headlong); Venice Preserved (Citizens);

Coriolanus (Old Vic); Critics Circle Award &

Olivier nomination Best Actor.

TV includes: Domina; Citizen Charlie; Burton

& Taylor; The Bible; Midsomer Murders.

Film includes: The Mercy; Snow White & the

Huntsman.

ANOUSHKA LUCAS

LAUREY WILLIAMS

Theatre includes: Henry

V (Donmar Warehouse);

After Life (National

Theatre); Jesus Christ

Superstar (Regent’s Park

Open Air Theatre); Chiaroscuro (Bush Theatre);

Faces in the Crowd (Gate Theatre); Sparks

(Edinburgh Fest / Vault Festival).

Radio includes: U.Me (BBC World Service).

Film includes: Murder On The Orient Express

(Dir. Kenneth Branagh); Been So Long (Dir.

Tinge Krishnan).

Recording work includes: Dark Soul (debut album).

Composing work includes: Sparks (BBC Radio 4

/ Edinburgh Festival / Vault Festival); The Ballad

of Klook and Vinette (Park Theatre / NAMT

Festival NYC); The Etienne Sisters (Theatre

Royal Stratford).

MARIE-ASTRID MENCE

LEAD DANCER

Theatre includes: Then

Or Now, Table Talk, The

Waiting Game, Courage,

Like Water, Click,

Pendulum, Captured,

Washa, Ingoma, House Of Dream, The Suit,

Red Riding Hood, Storyville, A Dream Within

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Dépouillement,

Tearfall, Melt, Mapping, Until Without Enough,

Undivided Love.

Television includes: Find me in Paris, L’Opera.

Short films includes: The Uncomfortable Truth

of Being a Black Ballerina, Like Water, Rising,

The Waiting Game, Eightfold, Oranges.

LIZA SADOVY

AUNT ELLER

Previous Young Vic: Annie

Get Your Gun, The Good

Soul of Szechuan, Six

Characters Looking for

an Author.

Other theatre includes: Cabaret (KitKatClub

at The Playhouse Theatre); Living Newspaper

(Royal Court); Present Laughter (Old Vic); I’m

Not Running, Absolute Hell, Tales from the

Vienna Woods, The Heiress (National Theatre);

Fiddler on the Roof (Chichester Festival Theatre);

Pygmalion (Headlong); Wicked (Victoria Apollo);

Oliver! (Sheffield Crucible); A Separate Reality

(Royal Court); Mrs Klein (Northampton Theatre

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THE BAND

Royal. Winner of TMA Best Supporting Actress);

La Bête (Comedy Theatre and Music Box Theatre

New York); Sunday in the Park with George

(West End and Menier Chocolate Factory); Secret

Rapture (Bristol Old Vic); Richard II (Berkoff

Productions); The Dresser and the British

Premiere of Into The Woods (West End); Alice

(RSC); The Slow Drag (Whitehall Theatre);

Broken Glass (Manchester Library Theatre);

Company (Donmar and West End); Sugar Hill

Blues (Hampstead Theatre). Winner Olivier

Award: best supporting actress in a musical.

Television includes: Outlander, Ridley Road, Vera,

Doctors, Babylon, EastEnders, The Honorable

Woman, Emma, The Sarah Jane Adventures,

Extras.

Film includes: Kativta & Teresa, Disobedience,

The Knot, Sweeney Todd.

ASHLEY SAMUELS

CORD ELAM

Previous Young Vic:

Fun Home.

Other Theatre includes:

Hairspray (London

Coliseum); Sunset

Boulevard (Royal Albert Hall); Taboo: 20th

Anniversary (London Palladium); A Killer Party

(Streamed Online); Cruel Intentions (Palais du

Variété Spiegeltent, Assembly George Square

Gardens); Night of the Living Dead – Live

(Pleasance Theatre); Motown: The Musical

(Shaftesbury Theatre); The Book of Mormon

(Prince of Wales Theatre); The Toxic Avenger

(Southwark Playhouse); The World Goes Round

(Stephen Joseph Theatre); The Olivier Awards

(Royal Opera House)

Workshops: The Time Travellers Wife (Dominion

Studios); The Monster Bride (Crazy Croqs); The

Osmonds, Zombies, Pattie Shop Diaries (The

Other Palace); Back to the Future: The Musical

(American Church); Cult (Southwark Playhouse).

Television includes: Sing On!; This Morning.

Short film includes: FiveTwoSix.

PATRICK VAILL

JUD FRY

Young Vic and UK debut.

US Theatre includes:

Oklahoma! (Broadway,

St. Ann’s Warehouse, Bard

SummerScape; (Drama

Desk and Grammy Award Nominations); Macbeth

(Lincoln Center Theatre); Peter Pan (Bedlam);

Cabaret (National Tour, Roundabout Theatre

Company); Edward II (Red Bull); Camelot,

Othello, Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, Henry V, Richard

II, As You Like It, Mrs. Warren’s Profession

(Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC); also work

with Bay Street Theatre, Capital Rep, and others.

Television includes: Dash & Lily.

Film includes: Bleecker, Xmas In July, and short

films The Lovers and Research.

Voice includes: the Audible podcast series Hot

White Heist.

Education: MFA, NYU Graduate Acting Program

(Laura Pels Award for Acting); BA from Bard

College where he originated the role of Jud in

Daniel Fish’s Oklahoma! as a student in its first

iteration.

MARISHA WALLACE

ADO ANNIE CARNES

Theatre includes:

Hairspray (West End);

Waitress (West End);

Dreamgirls (West End &

Broadway); Something

Rotten! (Original

Broadway Cast); Aladdin (Original Broadway

Cast); Sistas! (Off Broadway); The Book of

Mormon (National Tour); Aladdin (Toronto);

Oklahoma!, One Night with Janis Joplin, RENT,

Hair (US Regional).

Television includes: Feel Good; Almost Never;

Strictly Come Dancing; Dancing on Ice; The

Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance;

The Royal Variety Show; Good Morning Britain;

This Morning; Songs of Praise; Lorraine; The

Tony Awards; Good Morning America.

Film includes: Jingle Jangle; Aladdin: Live Action

Movie; Disney’s Frozen Fever.

Recording work includes: Tomorrow (debut

album).

RICHARD COLLINS

BANJO

Previous Young Vic: A Winter’s Tale.

Other Theatre includes: The Round House (Chalk

house Green), The Royal Shakespeare Theatre

(Stratford-Upon-Avon).

Recordings include: The Newgrass Cutters

(Mowing down the groove); The Mandolinquents,

Dance of the Comedians (The Mandolinquents);

A Band Like Alice.

History:

Richard Collins has been a multi instrumentalist

for over 20 years. Having played in many different

musical genres from Bluegrass to Classical to Rock

n Roll. Recently been touring with Jo Brown, The

Newgrass Cutters and the Mandolinquents. Also

recorded in Nashville and toured the USA playing

the Banjo.

NICKI DAVENPORT

DOUBLE BASS

Theatre includes: South Pacific (CFT); Dick

Whittington (NT); Les Mis in Concert (Gielgud);

Flowers for Mrs Harris (Sheffield Crucible and

CFT); Hadestown (NT); Translations (NT);

Pinocchio (NT); Twelfth Night (NT); Fiddler

on the Roof (CFT); This is My Family (Minerva

at CFT).

Theatre deputy credits include: Cabaret

(Playhouse); Les miserables (Sondheim);

Phantom of the Opera (Queens); Aladdin

(Price Edward).

Orchestras include: BBCCO, RPO, Aurora, LCO,

Mozart Players.

SHANE FORBES

DRUM KIT

Shane Forbes is a session musician/composer.

He is the co-founder of the multi award-winning

group Empirical (MOBO, Urban Music Awards,

Parliamentary Jazz Awards, Jazzwise) who tour,

perform and record original music in the jazz

idiom. The ethos of Empirical is about taking

musical risks while keeping interaction as pure

and as in the moment as possible. Shane is also an

Educator at Middlesex University and Trinity and

Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.

Previous Young Vic: Nina (A story about Nina

Simone).

Other Theatre includes: Nina (A story about Nina

Simone) (Sweden Tour, Edinburgh Fringe, UK

Tour); The Legend of Mike Smith (The Albany

Theatre, Birmingham Rep); Guys and Dolls (Royal

Exchange Theatre); King (Hackney Empire);

The American Clock (The Old Vic); Blues in the

Night (Kiln Theatre); Guys and Dolls (Crucible

Theatre); The Visit (National Theatre); NHS the

Musical (Theatre Royal Plymouth); A Chorus Line

(Leicester Curve Theatre).

Television includes: BBC Proms 34 and 57;

Why Didn’t They Ask Evans.

Film includes: Diana.

TOM GREEN

MANDOLIN AND

ELECTRIC GUITAR

Previous Young Vic: The Scottsboro Boys.

Other Theatre includes: Carousel (Regents Park

Open Air Theatre); As You Like It (National

Theatre Public Acts/Queens Theatre Hornchurch);

Violet (Charing Cross Theatre); Chicago, Evita

(Phoenix Theatre); In The Heights (Kings Cross

Theatre); The Scottsboro Boys (Garrick Theatre);

Cabaret (Savoy Theatre); Blood Brothers, Evita,

Cabaret (UK Tour).

Deputy Theatre credits include: Come From

Away (Phoenix Theatre); Only Fools and Horses

(Theatre Royal Haymarket); Cinderella (Gillian

Lynne Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (Royal Opera

House); The Prince Of Egypt (Dominion Theatre);

Half A Sixpence (Noel Coward Theatre); Whisper

House (The Other Palace); RENT (St James

Theatre); The Pajama Game (Shaftesbury

Theatre); Top Hat (Aldwych Theatre); Cabaret

(Lyric Theatre).

Recordings include: Speakeasy (TAG productions);

Em the Musical (Benjamin Till); The Scottsboro

Boys (Original Westend cast recording); Broken

Strings (TAG productions);Mandolin Swarm

(Spitfire Audio).

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CREATIVE TEAM

KATHRYN JAMES

VIOLIN

DAVINA SHUM

CELLO

RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN II

BOOK, MUSIC & LYRICS

LYNN RIGGS

ORIGINAL BOOK

DANIEL FISH

DIRECTOR

JORDAN FEIN

DIRECTOR

Theatre includes: South Pacific, This is my Family

Flowers for Mrs Harris, Caroline, or Change

(Chichester Festival Theatre); The Bridges of

Madison County (Menier Chocolate Factory);

Young Frankenstein (Garrick Theatre); Much Ado

/ Love’s Labour’s Lost (Chichester Festival Theatre

& Haymarket Theatre); Showboat (Sheffield

Crucible & Gillian Lynne Theatre); West Side Story

(Sadler’s Wells); Love Story (Chichester Festival

Theatre & Duchess Theatre).

Deputy theatre credits include: The Phantom of the

Opera, Cinderella, Moulin Rouge, Pretty Woman,

Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Last Five Years,

The Book of Mormon, Aladdin, Motown, Joseph,

An American in Paris, Evita, On the Town and

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

JP RUGGIERI

PEDAL STEEL GUITAR, ELECTRIC/

ACOUSTIC GUITAR

Theatre includes: Oklahoma! (Circle In The Square

Theatre, Broadway, NYC).

JP has toured and/or recorded with such notable

acts as: Charlie Hunter, Viktor Krauss (Robert

Plant, Bill Frisell), Oliver Wood (The Wood

Brothers), Jano Rix (The Wood Brothers), The

Waterboys, Jools Holland, and David Ford. JP is

also a touring singer/songwriter and is set to release

his second album later this year. JPRuggieri.com

Theatre includes: Spring Awakening (Almeida

Theatre).

Opera includes: The Silver Lake, Il Seraglio

(English Touring Opera); Madame Butterfly (Iford

Arts); La Traviata (Devon Opera); Il Trovatore

(Winslow Hall Opera).

Session and tour work: with ABC, Tony Hadley,

Trevor Horn, Max Richter, Becky Hill, Celeste,

Kate Simko and London Electronic Orchestra.

Orchestra includes: Bournemouth Symphony

Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra,

Manchester Camerata, Heritage Orchestra,

Novello Orchestra, Southbank Sinfonia, Auckland

Philharmonia Orchestra.

After long and highly distinguished

careers with other collaborators,

Richard Rodgers (Composer,

1902-79) and Oscar Hammerstein

II (Librettist/Lyricist, 1895-1960)

joined forces in 1943 to create

the most successful partnership in

American Musical Theatre. Prior to

joining forces, Rodgers collaborated

with lyricist Lorenz Hart on musical

comedies that epitomized wit and

sophistication (Pal Joey, On Your

Toes, Babes In Arms, and more),

while Hammerstein brought new life

to operetta and created the classic

Show Boat with Jerome Kern.

Oklahoma!, the first Rodgers &

Hammerstein musical, introduced an

integrated form that became known

as “the musical play.” Their shows

that followed included Carousel,

South Pacific, The King and I, and

The Sound of Music. Collectively,

the Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals

have earned Tony, Oscar, Grammy,

Emmy, Pulitzer, and Olivier Awards.

The Rodgers & Hammerstein

Organization is a Concord Company,

www.rnh.com.

(1899 -1954). Riggs was born in

Claremore, Oklahoma, was the author

of Green Grow the Lilacs, originally

produced by the Theatre Guild in

1931. Riggs, whose father was once

a cowboy and whose mother was part

Cherokee, often set his work in the

Southwest, vividly depicting life in the

Indian territory. He worked on several

Hollywood films (The Plainsmen, The

Garden of Allah and Sherlock Holmes

in Washington) and wrote about 30

plays (Roadside, Russet Mantle and

The Cherokee Night). Riggs’ mother

died when he was young and he was

raised by his aunt and older sister. His

beloved characters of Aunt Eller and

Laurey were modeled after them.

AGNES DE MILLE

ORIGINAL CHOREOGRAPHER

De Mille achieved fame both as a

dancer and choreographer. Among

her masterpieces are Rodeo, in which

she danced, Fall River Legend and

Three Virgins and a Devil. Miss

de Mille changed the face of the

American musical theatre with her

choreography for Oklahoma!, which

enjoyed a hit Broadway revival in

1979, One Touch of Venus, Bloomer

Girl, Carousel, Brigadoon, Gentlemen

Prefer Blondes, Paint Your Wagon

and other memorable shows. Miss

de Mille directed and choreographed

Allegro, The Rape of Lucretia, Out of

This World and Come Summer, and

she choreographed the film version

of Oklahoma!.

Daniel Fish is a New York-based

director who makes work across

the boundaries of theatre, film, and

opera. He draws on a broad range of

forms and subject matter including

plays, film scripts, contemporary

fiction, essays and found audio.

His 2019 production of Oklahoma!

transferred to Broadway from St.

Ann’s Warehouse and won the Tony

Award for Outstanding Musical

Revival.

Recent work includes: El Amor

Brujo and The Diary 0f One Who

Disappeared (Opera National du

Rhin); White Noise (Ruhrfestspiele,

Theater Freiburg, Skirball

NYU); Michael Gordon’s opera,

Acquanetta (Prototype Festival/

Bard Summerscape); Don’t Look

Back (The Chocolate Factory); Ted

Hearne’s The Source (BAM NEXT

WAVE, L.A. Opera, San Francisco

Opera).

His work has been seen at theatres

and festivals throughout the US

and Europe: The Walker Arts

Center, Mass MOCA, Festival

TransAmériques, Teatro Nacional D.

Maria, Lisbon/Estoril Film Festival,

amongst others. He is graduate

of Northwestern University’s

Department of Performance Studies

and the recipient of the 2017 Herb

Alpert Award in the Arts for the

Theater. www.danielfish.net

Jordan Fein is a London based

Theatre and Opera director.

Theatre includes: Rags Parkland

Sings the Songs of the Future

(Ars Nova Theatre: New York

Times Best of 2018 and Lortel

award for Outstanding New

Musical); Singlet by Erin Markey

(The Bushwick Starr); Indecent

(Weston Playhouse); A Ride on

The Irish Cream (Abrons Arts

Center, ART); The Dixon Family

Album (Williamstown Theatre

Festival); Dracula, Or The Undead

(Williamstown Theatre Festival);

War Lesbian (Harunalee); Die

Tote Stadt (Bard Summerscape);

Dialogues of the Carmelites (Opera

Philadelphia); The Skin of our

Teeth (Bard College); The Rape of

Lucretia (Curtis Opera Theater);

The Marriage of Figaro (Curtis

Opera Theatre).

Associate Director and Director of

The Prologue for Cabaret (The Kit

Kat Club at the Playhouse Theatre);

Associate Director for Oklahoma!

(Bard Summerscape & Circle in

the Square Theatre on Broadway).

jordanfein.net

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DANIEL KLUGER

ORCHESTRATIONS

& ARRANGEMENTS

& MUSIC SUPERVISION

Broadway theatre includes: The

Sound Inside, Seawall / A Life, revival

of Marvin’s Room, world premiere of

Significant Other.

Off-Broadway theatre includes:

premieres of I Was Most Alive With

You, Animal, The Village Bike, Man

From Nebraska, Tribes, and Women

or Nothing.

Film scores include: A Chrismas Carol

(2021), The Courtroom (2021), Duolo

(2017), Health to the King (2020),

Hello Again (2017, Orchestrations).

In 2021 Kluger launched the music

label Archie & Fox Records. www.

danielkluger.com [danielkluger.com]

JOHN HEGINBOTHAM

CHOREOGRAPHER

Born in Lakenheath, England and

raised in Anchorage, Alaska, USA,

John Heginbotham graduated from

The Juilliard School (1993), and was a

member of Mark Morris Dance Group

(1998-2012). In 2011, he founded

Dance Heginbotham, a contemporary

dance company based in Brooklyn, NY.

John is the Director of the Dartmouth

Dance Ensemble and is on faculty at

Dartmouth College. He is a founding

teacher of Dance for PD®.

Other Theatre includes: Oklahoma!

(Bard Summerscape, St.Ann’s

Warehouse, Broadway, US National

Tour).

Opera includes: John Adams’ Girls

of the Golden West (San Francisco

Opera, Dutch National Opera);

Candide (Orlando Philharmonic,

Ravinia Festival); The Magic Flute

(Opera Theatre of St. Louis); Maria

de Buenos Aires (Cork Opera House).

Commissions include: The Juilliard

School, The Washington Ballet,

Atlanta Ballet, Ballet X, Works &

Process at the Guggenheim, Vail

International Dance Festival, The

John F. Kennedy Center for the

Performing Arts, Bard Summerscape,

Lincoln Center Out of Doors,

The Hopkins Center for the Arts,

NCCAkron, Jacob’s Pillow Dance

Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music,

Baryshnikov Arts Center.

LAURA JELLINEK

CO SET DESIGNER

Broadway theatre includes:

Oklahoma! (Tony & Drama Desk

Nominations, Obie award); Sea Wall /

A Life; Marvin’s Room.

Off-Broadway theatre includes:

The Antipodes, Everybody (Signature

Theatre); Buzzer (The Public); Mary

Page Marlowe (2ST); Mary Jane

(NYTW); Rags Parkland (Ars Nova);

The Wolves, Queens (LCT); Heroes

of the Fourth Turning, The Treasurer,

Marjorie Prime (Playwrights

Horizons); A Life (Playwrights

Horizons, Lortel Award, Hewes

Design Award); Small Mouth Sounds

(Ars Nova, Signature Theatre,

National Tour); The Debate Society,

The Mad Ones.

Opera includes: Opera Theatre of

St. Louis, Boston Lyric Opera, Opera

Philadelphia, Atlanta Opera.

Other: Obie for Sustained Excellence

in Design.

Education: MFA, NYU.

GRACE LAUBACHER

CO SET DESIGNER

Theatre includes: The Sound of

Music (Virginia Opera / Virginia

Arts Festival); La Bohème (Santa

Fe Opera); The Barber of Seville

(Opera Columbus); Glory Denied and

Enemies, A Love Story (Kentucky

Opera); Trayf (New Rep Theater,

Boston); Four Woke Baes (Edinbugh

Fringe); Dido and Aeneas (Juilliard

/ Opera Royal, Versailles); Riders to

the Sea and Empty the House (Curtis

Institute, Philadephia).

Television includes: Manifest

(NBC); The Greatest Beer Run Ever

(Skydance Media), Jigsaw (Netflix);

Prodigal Son (Fox).

Associate set design includes: KPOP

(Broadway); Oklahoma! (Broadway

& First US tour); Sea Wall / A Life

(Broadway); Hans Zimmer Live

European Tour (various); Merrily We

Roll Along (Huntington Theater Co.,

Boston).

TERESE WADDEN

COSTUME DESIGNER

Theatre includes: Oklahoma!

(Broadway, Touring, and St. Ann’s

Warehouse); Cosi fan Tutte (Santa

Fe Opera); Peter Pan (Bard

Summerscape); A Quiet Place (Curtis

Institute of Music), Acquanetta

(Bard Summerscape and Prototype

Festival); The Wake World (Opera

Philadelphia).

Opera includes: Il Farnace (Spoleto

Festival USA); Dr. Atomic (Curtis

Institute of Music); The Little Match

Girl Passion (Perez Museum, Miami

and Jack Shainman Gallery at The

School, Kinderhook, NY); In The

Penal Colony (Boston Lyric Opera);

Pyramus and Thisbe (Canadian

Opera Company); Orlando and

Alcina(WhiteBox Art Center)

Other: Glimmerglass Festival,

Tanglewood, Lyric Opera of Chicago,

Chicago Opera Theater, New

York City Opera, Opera Colorado,

Central City Opera, Portland Opera,

Baryshnikov Arts Center, the Mark

Taper Forum, Brooklyn Academy of

Music, National Sawdust, LA Opera at

RedCat, and the San Francisco Opera.

Rome Prize Fellow at the American

Academy in Rome 2020-2021.

SCOTT ZIELINSKI

LIGHTING DESIGNER

Scott Zielinski lives in the U.S. and

designs lighting for theater, dance,

and opera throughout the world. In

London his work has been seen at

English National Opera, Institute of

Contemporary Arts, LIFT Festival at

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Lyric Theatre

Hammersmith, National Theatre,

Royal Court Theatre, and Royal

Opera House. His designs at home

include the Broadway productions of

Oklahoma! and Topdog/Underdog as

well as numerous other productions in

New York as well as throughout many

other cities in the United States.

Productions outside the US: Adelaide,

Amsterdam, Avignon, Beijing, Berlin,

Edinburgh, Fukuoka, Gennevilliers,

Hamburg, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Linz,

Ljubljana, London, Lyon, Melbourne,

Orleans, Oslo, Paris, Rennes,

Reykjavik, Rotterdam, St. Gallen,

Seoul, Singapore, Shanghai, Shizuoka,

Stockholm, Taipei, Tokyo, Toronto,

Vienna, Vilnius, and Zurich.

DREW LEVY

SOUND DESIGNER

Broadway theatre includes: A Strange

Loop; Oklahoma! (Tony nom., Drama

Desk nom.); Honeymoon in Vegas

(Drama Desk nom.); Chaplin (Drama

Desk Award); The Winslow Boy; The

Importance of Being Earnest; Present

Laughter.

Off-Broadway theatre includes:

Judgment Day (Park Avenue

Armory); Oklahoma! (St. Ann’s);

Cleopatra; One Day the Musical;

The Weir; Why Torture is Wrong...;

Emergence-See!; Rainbow Kiss;

Dutchman (AUDELCO Viv nom.).

Regional theatre includes: The Old

Globe, Heartbreak Hotel (Chicago),

ART, Williamstown, Huntington,

Westport Country Playhouse, Two

River Theater, McCarter Theater,

Arena Stage, Long Wharf.

Other: Reconfiguration – An

Evening with Other Lives at

BAM; Drama Desk Awards 2014

& 2015; Metropolitan Opera

125th Anniversary Gala; Holiday

installations for Saks 5th Avenue,

Cartier, and others.

JOSHUA THORSON

PROJECTION DESIGNER

Joshua Thorson is a Brooklyn-based

artist and writer. His video work has

screened at MoMA NYC, Rotterdam

International Film Festival,

Rencontres Internationale (Paris/

Berlin), MIX NYC, Anthology Film

Archives, among others.

Theatre includes: Signature Theater,

American Repertory Theater,

Crossing the Line/New Settings

Festivals, Bard SummerScape

Festival, St. Ann’s Warehouse,

Broadway and Broadway National

Tour of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s

Oklahoma!

Education: BA in Film and Cultural

Studies from the University of

Minnesota, an MFA in Film/

Video from Bard College, a PhD

in Electronic Art from Rensselaer

Polytechnic. He is an Associate

Professor in the School of

Photographic Arts and Sciences

at RIT.

NATHAN KOCI

CO MUSICAL SUPERVISOR,

VOCAL ARRANGEMENTS

Nathan Koci is a musician, conductor

and collaborative artist working

across multiple disciplines including

folk music, jazz, contemporary

classical music, dance, and theater.

Theatre includes: Oklahoma!

(Broadway, US Tour, St. Ann’s

Warehouse, Bard Summerscape);

Hadestown (Broadway, US Tour,

Citadel Theater); Most Happy in

Concert (Bard Summerscape);

Brimstone and Glory (Wordless

Music); The Head and the Load

(Tate Modern, Ruhr Triennale, MASS

MoCA); The Source (BAM Next

Wave, SF Opera, LA Opera); The

Principles of Uncertainty (BAM Next

Wave); War Horse (US Tour).

Nathan also records and performs

with The Solomon Diaries and The

Hands Free. nathankoci.com

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TOM BRADY

MUSICAL DIRECTOR

Tom studied Music at Oxford

University before training at the Royal

Academy of Music, where he is a

recipient of the ARAM award.

Theatre includes: Pinocchio, The

Light Princess (National Theatre);

Show Boat, Caroline or Change

(West End); Flowers for Mrs Harris,

Fiddler on the Roof, Forty Years

On (Chichester Festival Theatre);

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

(Sheffield Crucible); The Magician’s

Elephant (RSC); Romantics

Anonymous (Wise Children, Bristol

Old Vic); Anything Goes (Sheffield

Crucible & UK Tour); Floyd Collins

(Wilton’s Music Hall); The Empress

(RSC & Kneehigh); Wah! Wah!

Girls (Sadler’s Wells & Kneehigh);

Abomination: A DUP Opera (Lyric,

Belfast); A Tale of Two Cities

(Royal & Derngate); Evita (Festival

Ljubljana, Slovenia); Have A Nice

Life (Edinburgh, NYC Fringe and

Philadelphia).

Concerts include: The Music of

Rodgers & Hammerstein with the

Orchestre Nationale d’Lille.

Tom teaches on the Musical Theatre

postgraduate course at the Royal

Academy of Music.

SHELBY WILLIAMS

ASSOCIATE

CHOREOGRAPHER

Theatre includes: As a dancer with

Matthew Bourne: Cinderella, The

Car-Man, Nutcracker!, Highland

Fling, Edward Scissorhands, and

Swan Lake; Ballet Work 1020

(Martin Creed).

As Choreographer/ Director/

Associate: Company (Mountview);

Georgiana (Buxton Festival); Twilight

Zone (Ambassadors); Little Women

(Stanix); London Road (Mountview);

Wind In The Willows (UK and

Palladium); Bend It Like Beckham

(Phoenix); Made in Dagenham

(Adelphi); Turandot (ENO); Magical

Night (ROH); Sweet Charity (Royal

Exchange); Speech and Debate

(Trafalgar Studios); Merchant of

Venice (Almeida); Anna Nicole – The

Opera (BAM); Idomeneo (Grange

Park); Carmen (Salzburg Opera);

Dido and Aeneas, La Voix Humane

(Opera North); Midsummer Night’s

Dream (Opera Lyon, La Scala, Opera

Philadelphia).

Film includes: The Danish Girl;

The Theory of Everything; Collette;

WWZ; Great Expectations; The Car-

Man; Nutcracker; Swan Lake 3D.

RACHEL TOWNSEND

ASSOCIATE COSTUME

DESIGNER

Young Vic debut.

Select Assistant Theatre includes:

Oklahoma! (Broadway,St. Ann’s

Warehouse); West Side Story

(Broadway); Network (Broadway);

Lazarus (NYTW).

Assistant Film includes: Better Nate

Than Ever.

Recognition includes: Co-Winner

2020 Drama Desk, 2020 Lucille

Lortel, 2020 Outer Critics Circle

Honoree for Outstanding Costume

Design for The Confession of Lily

Dare (Primary Stages, NYC).

FIFFI THORSTEINSSON

ASSOCIATE LIGHTING

DESIGNER

Previous Young Vic: Oklahoma! is

Fiffi’s first production at the Young Vic.

Other theatre includes: The

Intelligence Park (Music Theatre

Wales & The Royal Opera House);

The Lady of the Camellias (The

Shanghai Ballet); Hadestown

[associate] (The National Theatre);

Spine (The Soho Theatre); Under

the Umbrella (The Belgrade

Theatre); This Flesh is Mine (Border

Crossings); Fidelio (Operudagar);

Benedikt Bualfur (Akureyri Theatre

Company); The Blood Soaked Rabbit

(Fimbulvetur).

Other creative output: Architectural

Theatre Consultant to over 50 venues

worldwide, including theatres, opera

houses, concert halls, arenas, museums

and purpose built halls of spectacle;

various catwalks at London, Paris

and Milan fashion weeks; various

events including for John Lewis,

NBC/Universal and WPP; passionate

educator and regularly lectures,

mentors and designs at drama schools

including The Royal Central School of

Speech and Drama, Guildford School

of Acting, Rose Bruford College and

Mountview Academy of Theatre

Arts, and has furthermore been

commissioned to create a production

lighting pathway within the Icelandic

educational system. Fiffi also sits

on the professional practitioners

committee at the Icelandic Centre

for the Performing Arts.

SAM LERNER

ASSOCIATE SOUND

DESIGNER

As Sound Designer: Hatuey: Memory

of Fire (Kasser Theatre); In the Body

of the World (Manhattan Theatre

Club); Crossing: A New American

Opera (Brooklyn Academy of Music).

As Associate Sound Designer: Plaza

Suite (Hudson Theatre); Rattlesnake

Kate (Denver Theatre Center);

Disney’s Aladdin (Teatro Telcel);

Chicken & Biscuits, Oklahoma! (Circle

in the Square); Natasha, Pierre and

the Great Comet of 1812 (Imperial

Theatre); Moby-Dick (American

Repertory Theater); Tea At Five

(Huntington Theatre).

Sam served as the Manager of the

American Repertory Theater’s Sound

Department from 2013-2020. Prior to

coming to ART, he headed the Sound

Department at South Coast Repertory

(Costa Mesa, CA) and served as

the lead sound engineer at La Jolla

Playhouse.

Training: Royal Academy of Dramatic

Art, the Royal Central School of

Speech and Drama.

HUW EVANS

ASSOCIATE MUSICAL

DIRECTOR

Musical Director credits include:

The Ruling Class (Trafalgar Studios).

Associate / Assistant Musical Director

credits include: Come From Away

(Phoenix Theatre); Big Fish (The

Other Palace); Funny Girl (UK Tour);

Assassins (Menier Chocolate Factory);

Evita (Dominion Theatre & UK Tour);

Oliver! (Sheffield Crucible).

Keyboard / Cover Conductor credits

include: Chicago (Phoenix Theatre);

Cats (UK Tour); The Lion King

(Musical Theater, Basel).

SAM LILJA

DIALECT COACH

Theatre includes: Ava: The Secret

Conversations (Bush Theatre);

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Theatre

at St. Clements, NYC); Terms

of Endearment (59E59, NYC);

Assassins (Encores! Off-Center,

NYC); Sundown, Yellow Moon (Ars

Nova & WP Theater, NYC); Spill

(Ensemble Studio Theatre, NYC);

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

(US National Tour).

Television includes: Tinkertown;

Django; Interview with a Vampire;

New Amsterdam; Grant; Blindspot;

Madam Secretary.

Film includes: Little Women; Boston

Strangler; The Hustle; Humor Me;

The Sunlit Night; UFO.

Acting credits include: The

Inheritance (Broadway); The

Iceman Cometh (Broadway);

Romeo & Juliet, The Winter’s Tale

(Shakespeare Theatre Company,

DC); Measure for Measure (The

Acting Company, NYC); All Our

Children (Sheen Center, NYC);

Acolyte (59E59, NYC); Django

(Sky); Billions (Showtime); Almost

There (DirecTV). samlilja.com.

NIMMO ISMAIL

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Nimmo is a Sky Arts Artistic

Associate Artist at Theatre Royal

Stratford East 2022/2023 and was

named as one of The Stage 25 in

January 2022.

Previous Young Vic includes:

Fragments by Cordelia Lynn as part of

Five Plays and My England as part of

Fresh Direction and as Boris Karloff

Trainee Assitant Director on Wings by

Arthur Kopit.

Theatre work as a director includes:

Two Billion Beats (Orange Tree

Theatre); Holding Space, Glee & Me,

The Christmas Star (Royal Exchange

Manchester); a meal (Poleroid

Theatre); SNAP as part of Connect

Now (Old Vic); Two Palestinians Go

Dogging (Sparkhaus Theatre); The

Other Day (Camden People’s Theatre);

Television Guide; The Displaced/We

Came In a Tiny Red Boat, I Actually

Have a Son (Guildhall School of Music

& Drama with Squint Theatre).

Theatre work as a staff/assistant

director includes: The Antipodes

(National Theatre); Shedding A Skin

(Soho Theatre); Our Town (Open

Air Theatre); A Very Very Very

Dark Matter (Bridge Theatre); The

Prudes, Goats (Royal Court); The

Phlebotomist (Hampstead Theatre).

JACOB SPARROW

CASTING DIRECOR

Theatre includes: Oklahoma! (Young

Vic); Black Love (Kiln Theatre);

Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Leeds/

Home Manchester); Anna Karenina,

Much Ado About Nothing (Sheffield

Crucible); Curious Incident of the

Dog in the Night-Time (2021 tour);

Jitney (Old Vic/Headlong/Leeds

Playhouse); Burn It Down (Theatre

Royal Stratford East); Carousel, Our

Town (Regents Park); LOVE, Faith,

Hope and Charity (European 2021

tour), Perspectives (New Views);

2021 Roundabout Season (Paines

Plough); City of Angels (Garrick);

Hadestown, Pericles, Follies,

Amadeus (all Olivier Theatre); LOVE

(Dorfman/International Tour/Film);

Queer Season, Rutherford and Son,

Faith Hope and Charity, Mr Gum,

Downstate (National Theatre).

Jacob worked in the NT 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.

DAVID GALLAGHER

ORCHESTRAL MANAGER

Theatre includes: Come From

Away (Phoenix Theatre); Matilda

(Cambridge Theatre); 42nd Street

(Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Girl

from the North Country (Noel

Coward & Gielgud Theatre); Queen

Anne (Theatre Royal Haymarket);

From Here to Eternity (Shaftesbury

Theatre); Spring Awakening (The

Almeida); A Christmas Carol ,The

American Clock, Sylvia, Fanny and

Alexander, The Divide, The Lorax,

Groundhog Day, Future Conditional,

The Bridge Project, Cinderella (Old

Vic); She Loves Me, Guys and Dolls

(Sheffield Crucible); NHS The Musical

(Plymouth Theatre Royal); The Wizard

of Oz (Leeds Playhouse); Local Hero

(Edinburgh Lyceum); Matilda, Jackie

the Musical, Bernadette Peters, Crush,

Play Without Words (UK tours); Wolf

Hall recordings (Broadway); The

National Symphony Orchestra, Various

projects, amfar Gala Cannes Film

Festival 2014 and 2015, Robin Hood

film (Universal 2010).

David was Music Manager at the

National Theatre 2000 – 2010, and

Music Manager at the RSC 2010 –

2011 where he currently provides

consultancy.

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FISHER CENTER AT BARD

Fisher Center at Bard is a leading

professional performing arts producer

and research/education hub in a

landmark Frank Gehry building

on Bard College’s Hudson Valley

NY campus. Presenting more than

200 events and welcoming 50,000

visitors each year, the center supports

artists, students, and audiences in

the development and examination of

artistic ideas, offering perspectives

from the past, present, and visions

of the future. Its commissioned

productions have been seen in more

than 100 communities around the

world. In 2019 the Fisher Center

won the Tony Award for Best Revival

of a Musical for this production of

Oklahoma! which began life in 2007

as an undergraduate production at

Bard and was produced professionally

in the Fisher Center’s SummerScape

Festival in 2015 before transferring

to New York City.

fishercenter.bard.edu

ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE

“A bastion of adventurous theater”

(The New York Times), St. Ann’s

Warehouse plays a vital role on

the global cultural landscape as

an artistic home for international

companies of distinction, American

avant-garde masters and talented

emerging artists. For over four

decades it has brought some of the

world’s most imaginative theater to

America’s shores, and emerged as

a key partner in the development of

the Brooklyn waterfront, activating

found spaces through preservation

and adaptive re-use. Bolstered by

a sense of sacred mission and an

endless capacity for reconfiguration,

St. Ann’s programming sits at the

intersection where theater meets

rock and roll.

EVA PRICE

CO-PRODUCER

Eva Price is an NYCLU/ACLU

honoree and three-time Tony Award

winning producer.

Broadway includes: Jagged Little Pill

(2 Tony Awards), Oklahoma! (2 Tony

Awards; National Tour); Tina – The

Tina Turner Musical (Tony Award);

What the Constitution Means to Me

(Tony nominated; National Tour);

Angels in America (3 Tony Awards);

Dear Evan Hansen (6 Tony Awards;

3 Olivier Awards); On Your Feet!;

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons on

Broadway!; Peter and the Starcatcher

(5 Tony Awards); Colin Quinn Long

Story Short; Annie; The Merchant

of Venice starring Al Pacino (Tony

nom.); Carrie Fisher’s Wishful

Drinking; The Addams Family.

Off-Broadway/Touring: Cruel

Intentions: The ’90s Musical; Found

(LA/NY Premieres); The Lion (Drama

Desk Award); Small Mouth Sounds;

Sanctuary City (NYTW); and The Hip

Hop Nutcracker (Emmy Award for

PBS Special Live Capture).

SONIA FRIEDMAN

PRODUCTIONS

CO-PRODUCER

Sonia Friedman Productions (SFP) is

a West End and Broadway production

company responsible for some of the

most successful theatre productions in

London and New York.

Current productions include: To Kill

A Mockingbird at the Gielgud, The

47th at the Old Vic, Jerusalem at the

Apollo Theatre, The Book of Mormon,

West End and UK & European Tour,

Dreamgirls UK Tour, Harry Potter

and the Cursed Child in London, New

York, Melbourne, San Francisco and

Hamburg, Funny Girl on Broadway and

the Mean Girls US Tour.

Forthcoming productions include:

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in

Toronto and Tokyo.

MICHAEL HARRISON

CO-PRODUCER

Michael Harrison’s West End musicals

include The Drifters Girl at the

Garrick, two seasons of Joseph and the

Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the

London Palladium, Mel Brooks’ Young

Frankenstein at the Garrick, Annie

at the Piccadilly, Mrs Henderson

Presents at the Noel Coward, Gypsy at

the Savoy and The Bodyguard at both

the Adelphi and Dominion Theatres.

Michael’s current UK Touring

productions include Disney’s Bedknobs

& Broomsticks, Joseph and the

Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and

Singin‘ in the Rain.

Michael’s London Palladium

pantomimes – Cinderella, Dick

Whittington, Snow White, Goldilocks

and the Three Bears and Pantoland

have proved to be huge popular hits

with Dick Whittington winning the

Olivier Award for Best Entertainment

and Family.

He is Chief Executive of Crossroads

Pantomimes responsible for many of

the major number one pantomimes

across England, Northern Ireland,

Scotland and Wales.

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THE YOUNG VIC

THE YOUNG VIC COMPANY

OUR SHOWS

We produce new plays, classics, musicals,

adaptations of books, short films, digital projects

and game changing forms of theatre. We tour and

co-produce within the UK and internationally.

OUR ARTISTS

We foster emerging talent and collaborate with

some of the world’s finest directors, performers

and creatives, creating productions that say much

about the world we live in.

OUR AUDIENCES

We attract large audiences from many different

backgrounds and forge deep connections in our

neighbourhood, where we provide extensive free

activities. For many years, the Young Vic has been

synonymous with inclusivity, accessibility and

creativity. We keep our prices low and give 10% of

our tickets to young people, schools and neighbours

irrespective of box office demand.

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Each year we engage with over 15,000 local people –

individuals and groups of all kinds including schools and

colleges – by exploring theatre on and off stage. From

time to time we invite our neighbours to appear on our

stage alongside professionals.

OUR PARTNERS FURTHER AWAY

By co-producing with leading theatre, opera, dance,

film and TV companies from London and around

the world, we create shows neither partner could

achieve alone.

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extraordinary record of nurturing talent’

Financial Times

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‘Young Vic is London’s most lovable theatre.

The building welcomes; the programming dares.

It offers danger in a safe place.’ The Observer

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Programme design: Eureka! Design Consultants Ltd

Artistic Director

Kwame Kwei-Armah

Executive Director

(incoming)

Lucy Davies

Interim Executive Director

(outgoing)

Sarah Nicholson

Associate Artistic Director

Sue Emmas

Genesis Fellow /

Associate Director

Jennifer Tang

Creative Associate

Teunkie Van Der Sluijs

Lead Producer

(maternity leave)

Holly Aston

Lead Producer

(maternity cover)

Nisha Modhwadia

General Manager

(Maternity Leave)

Robyn Keynes

General Manager

(Maternity Cover)

Christabel Holmes

Executive Assistant

to the Artistic Director

Olivia Nwabali

Administrator

(Producing Team)

Lucy Steward

Creators Program

Administrator

Tia Begum

Channel 4 playwright

Lulu Raczka

Young Vic Artistic

Associates

Glenn Davis

Alfred Enoch

Anna Fleischle

Marcus Gardley

Kate Hewitt

Afua Hirsch

Kirsty Housley

Alex Basco Koch

Doña Kroll

Gregory Maqoma

Prema Mehta

Duncan McLean

Chinonyerem Odimba

Wendell Pierce

Caitriona Shoobridge

Charles Randolph-Wright

Charlotte Sutton

XANA

Associate Companies

Belarus Free Theatre

Crying In The Wilderness

Productions

Regional Theatre Young

Director Scheme

The What If Experiment

Development

Deputy Executive Director

Alex Tonetta

Head of Corporate

Partnerships & Events

Elisha Owen

Trusts and Foundations

Manager

Bernadette Witham

Individual Giving Manager

Cameron Henderson-Begg

Development Operations

Manager

Lewis Hammond

Producing & Development

Young Associate

Megan Tze Ern Khor

Finance

Finance Director

Ivor Stockdale

Finance Officer

Janine Carter

Finance Administrator

Hannah Turk

Financial Planning and

Analysis Assistant

Fahim Uddin

Marketing & Audiences

Director of Marketing

and Audiences

Beatrice Burrows

Interim Head of Press

and Communications

Kate Hassell

Marketing Manager

Steph Cullen

Interim Social Media and

Digital Marketing Manager

Haniya Bhatty

Social Media and Digital

Content Manager

(incoming)

Florence Bell

Ticketing Manager

Zoe Fitzpatrick

Marketing Officer

Ella Kilford

Press Officer

Karl-Lydie Jean-Baptiste

Press, Marketing &

Audiences Young Associate

Chamekir Hunte

Operations

Operations Director

Rathi Kumar

Senior IT Projects Manager

Luke Taylor

Digital Systems Analyst

Damilola Senbanjo

Company Administrator

Isobel Ford

Head of Theatre Operations

Bryan Lewis

Facilities Manager

Samuel Hailey-Watts

Interim Front of House

Manager

Ryan Melish

Administration Assistant

(Operations)

Beth Fisher

Duty Managers

Coral Tarran

Lauren Holden

Maryam Shofowora

Max Puplett

Sebastian Houillon

Ushers

Aisha Edwards

Albert Graver

Alykhan Merali

Andre Da Silva-Jenkins

Anna-May Wood

Benjamin Clarke

Cassiopeia Berkeley-

Agyepong

Charlotte Micalef

Chenta Mariqueo

Daniella Connor

Debbie Burningham

Dynzell Muguti

Eboni Dixon

Francesca De Sica

Glenn Mortimer

Grace Kayibanda

Gracjana Rejmer-Canovas

Grainne PC

Hana Jennings

Isaac Vincent

Jess James

Joanna Selcott

Josh Hitchman-Pinnock

Julie Patten

Kanishka Gupta

Kitti Wells

Lethaniel Stacey-Coombe

Linden Sloan

Luke Garner-Greene

Lynn Knight

Malika Sandover

Maurice Chung

Melina Morris

Michael Asiamah

Molly-Rose Curran

Newton James Thomas

Oliver Byng

Owen Haslegrave

Paula Shaw

Rosemarie Akwafo

Sahana Rackal

Simone Bell

Starr Ballard

Susan Harrold

Taz Munyaneza

Thea Sandall

Theo Hung

Tia Wingate

Tobi Oludipe

Tom Sparkes

Urielle Klein-Mekongo

Production

Technical Director

(outgoing)

Jaz Sandalli

Production Manager

Sarah Barton

Head of Sound

Kyle MacPherson

Head of Stage

Craig Tye

Head of Costume

Sarah Hamza

Head of Lighting

Sam McLeod

Deputy Head of Stage

Rhodri Sion Evans

Deputy Head of Sound

Jet Sharp

Deputy Head of Lighting

Faye Hetherington

Workshop Carpenter

Rachel MacLoughlin

Lighting Technician

Saul Richardson

Production Administrator

(Interim)

Kate Jones

Production Young Associate

Leelah McEvoy

Production Assistant

Maciek Zdobylak

Taking Part

Director of Taking Part

Shereen Jasmin Phillips

Neighbourhood Theatre

Producer

Alisha Artry

Participation Producer

Lorna McGinty

Learning Producer

Melanie Anouf

Taking Part Administrator

Vicky Olusanya

Taking Part & Creators

Program Young Associate

Jordi Carter

Taking Part Administration

Assistant

Charlotte Micalef

Welcome Team

Jo Keane

Max Puplett

Edd Soper

Edward Jones

Eimear Griffin

Eleanor Kumar

Joel Oladapo

Julie Patten

Kathy Bolt

Lethaniel Stacey-Coombe

Sofia Sousa

Tia Wingate

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YOUNG VIC – COMING SOON

OF THE CUT

30 JUL – 6 AUG

A magical realism promenade performance

piece which shines a light on the many lives

lived on and around The Cut and explores what

the next 25 years has in store. Written by

Yasmin Joseph and the Company, directed by

Philip J Morris. A Taking Part production from

Young Vic and TEA films.

THE

SECRETARIES

1 – 11 JUN

Deirdre McLaughlin, Genesis

Future Directors Award

recipient, directs a murderously

dark comedy that splits open

gender stereotypes. Written by

The Five Lesbian Brothers.

CHASING

HARES

16 JUL – 13 AUG

An epic tale about a father’s

resistance and dignity in the

face of global exploitation, set

in West Bengal and the UK.

Written by Sonali Bhattacharyya

and directed by Milli Bhatia. A

Young Vic and Theatre Uncut

co-production.

YOUNGVIC.ORG 020 7922 2922 #YoungVic

WHO KILLED

MY FATHER

7 – 24 SEP

An anger-soaked letter from

a son to his father, telling

the story of a life marked by

social deprivation in the north

of France. Adapted by Ivo van

Hove from the book by Édouard

Louis. An International Theater

Amsterdam production in

association with Young Vic

MANDELA

28 NOV – 4 FEB 2023

A revolutionary new musical

and world premiere that tells

the story of Mandela the man

and Mandela the movement.

Developed in proud partnership

with Nandi Mandela, Luvuyo

Madasa and the Mandela

family.

COMMUNITIES OF RESISTANCE

JUN – JUL

Following the success of Sundown Kiki, a group of young Queer

and Black or Global Majority artists will travel to the US to

explore the political heritage of ballroom. A Taking Part and

Hetrick-Martin Institute Project.

YV UNPACKED: I WONDER IF...

TOURING 10 – 21 OCT

THE YOUNG VIC 24 – 29 OCT

Fusing dance, music and dialogue to explore the human

relationship in its many forms, I Wonder If... is a dazzling new

play directed by Daniel Bailey and devised by the company.

JOURNEYS THE PODCAST

25 JUL – 25 DEC

A six-part podcast series celebrating local heroes in Lambeth

and Southwark and uncovering stories from the Young Vic

community.

THE TWENTY THRIVE EXHIBITION: CELEBRATING

25 YEARS OF CREATING, EXPLORING AND

TAKING PART IN OUR COMMUNITY

14 – 21 OCT

An immersive and interactive exhibition that celebrates the

last 25 years of the Young Vic’s outreach and engagement work.

A Young Vic Taking Part project

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ACCESS AND INCLUSION PERFORMANCES

TAKING PART AT THE YOUNG VIC

Audio Described

performances

BSL

performances

Captioned

performances

Relaxed

performances

Oklahoma!

Chasing Hares

Oklahoma!

Oklahoma!

Tue 24 May, 7.30pm

Fri 29 Jul, 7.30pm

Thu 9 Jun, 7.30pm

Fri 10 Jun, 7.30pm

Chasing Hares

Mandela

Chasing Hares

Chasing Hares

Tue 2 & Tue 9 Aug, 7.30pm

Tue 13 Dec 2022 &

Thu 4 Aug, 7.30pm

Wed 3 Aug, 7.30pm

The Secretaries

Thu 12 Jan 2023, 7.30pm

The Secretaries

The Secretaries

1 – 11 Jun

1 – 11 Jun

1 – 11 Jun

Audio description is

integrated into every

performance.

Mandela

Mon 19 Dec 2022,

Tue 10 & Tue 24 Jan

2023, 7.30pm

Creative captioning is

integrated into every

performance.

Mandela

Thu 15 Dec 2022 &

Thu 5 Jan 2023, 7.30pm

All performances

are relaxed.

Mandela

Wed 4 Jan 2023, 7.30pm

Taking Part is our creative engagement department that works with young people,

adults, schools, and our local community for 25 years. We engage with over 15,000

people a year, providing free tickets to all our shows and free creative and artistic

opportunities to our participants.

If you would like to book an induction loop, require someone to look after your

assistance dog during a performance, or have any other access requirements,

please let us know in advance so we can make your visit as enjoyable as possible.

For more information call: 020 7922 2922

Textphone 18001 020 7922 2922

Our three strands, Learning, Participation,

and Neighbourhood Theatre, create

work that is the beating heart of the

organisation. Each year Taking Part’s

programme responds to a shared theme.

Last year we responded to the provocation

‘Freedom of Expression’. This year the

theme is Culture and Displacement.

Last autumn the Young Vic went back

to school with a new project called

INNOVATE. This project has embedded

six artists into our two partner secondary

schools – South Bank University Academy

and Dunraven school. Working across

the year 7 and 8 curricula, they are

collaborating with teachers and students

to explore the role of artists and arts

organisations in teaching the curriculum,

and more broadly the Young Vic’s civic

responsibility as a local theatre.

We think of the Young Vic as ‘the home

you didn’t know you had’ – come in

and join us. To find out more about our

projects and how you can get involved,

please visit youngvic.org/taking-part or

follow @yvtakingpart on Twitter.

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2022 SEASON SUPPORTERS

THE YOUNG VIC BOARD

Board of Trustees

Development Board

Public Support

Season Support

Hotel Partner

Varun Chandra

Nicky Dunn OBE

Glenn Earle (Chair)

Robert Easton

Farah Ramzan Golant CBE

Kobna Holdbrook-Smith MBE

Ali Hossaini

Kwame Kwei-Armah OBE

Ebele Okobi

Abigail Sewell

Fiona Shaw

Sita Thomas

Steve Tompkins MBE

Anna Williams

Beatrice Bondy

Rachel Conlan (Co-Chair)

Gerard Crichlow

Glenn Earle

Sophie Hale

Will Meldrum

Ebele Okobi (Co-Chair)

Barbara Reeves

Sarah Thorpe Scott

The Young Vic gratefully recognises

the following Trustees who retired from

board service between March 2020

and April 2021:

The Young Vic’s 2022 season is also supported by the Genesis Foundation and IHS Markit.

We gratefully acknowledge Ian Burford and Alec Cannell for generously supporting the Young Vic’s mission.

Sean Egan

David Fletcher

Rory Kinnear

Rita Skinner

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YOUNG VIC SUPPORTERS

£10,000 – £19,999

Young Vic supporters realise our mission of creating extraordinary theatre, sharing

the joy of creativity with our community and investing in the artists of tomorrow.

They make everything we do possible, and we are deeply grateful to them all.

For their recent support we thank:

£100,000+

£20,000 – £49,999

Anonymous

Lionel Barber &

Victoria Greenwood

Sandra Cavlov

Ian & Caroline Cormack

Lin & Ken Craig

Manfred & Lydia Gorvy

Patrick Handley

The Boris Karloff

Charitable Foundation

Jack & Linda Keenan

Adam Kenwright

Kidron Hall Charitable Trust

Tracey, Eloise & Max Mayerson

Richenthal Foundation

Jon & NoraLee Sedmak

Dasha Shenkman

United St Saviour’s Charity

Dominic Wallington

The Harold Hyam

Wingate Foundation

Arts Council England

Bloomberg*

Ian Burford & Alec Cannell

Culture Recovery Fund, DCMS

Glenn Earle

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

Garfield Weston Foundation

Genesis Foundation

IHS Markit

Patrick & Sholpan McKenna

£50,000 – £99,999

The Charlotte Aitken Trust

Backstage Trust

Bank of America*

Jo Braun

Robert Easton & Elza Blankenburgs

Sea Containers London

Southwark Council

Anonymous (1)

Sarah & Tim Bunting

Cockayne – Grants for the Arts

The London Community Foundation

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

H&M Foundation

Sophie Hale & Roland Rudd

Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Jerwood Arts

Lambeth Council

Sarah & Dominic Murphy

Karl-Johan Persson

The Austin & Hope Pilkington Trust

Clive & Sally Sherling

Rita & Paul Skinner

*Young Vic Corporate Member

Listing current as of 1 March 2022.

£1,000 – £9,999

Anonymous (8)

The 29th of May 1961

Charitable Trust

AKA*

Andor Charitable Trust

Jennifer Bailey

Jack Bamberger

Chris & Frances Bates

Lady Primrose Bell

Sarah Billinghurst Solomon

Adrian & Lisa Binks

Tony & Gisela Bloom

Beatrice Bondy

The Charlotte Bonham-Carter

Charitable Trust

Simon & Sally Borrows

The Boshier-Hinton Foundation

The Martin Bowley Charitable Trust

Katie Bradford

CJ & LM Braithwaite

Dr Neil & Sarah Brener

Sylvie & Leon Bressler

Clive & Helena Butler

Monkey Chambers

Chapman Charitable Trust

Cleopatra Trust

The John S Cohen Foundation

Rachel Conlan

James & Victoria Corcoran

Noël Coward Foundation

Lord Mervyn Davies

Miel de Botton

Roger & Alison De Haan

Scott M Delman

Annabel Duncan-Smith

Robyn Durie

Marielle Ednalino & Ken Lamb

Jennifer & Jeff Eldredge

Sir Vernon & Lady Ellis

Don Ellwood & Sandra Johnigan

Vanessa Johnson-Burgess

Embassy of Spain

David Fein & Liz Oestreich

Finsbury Glover Hering*

Adam Freudenheim

Gillian Frumkin

The Golden Bottle Trust

The Golsoncott Foundation

Alan & Ros Haigh

Sarah Hall

Katherine Hallgarten

Frances Hellman & Warren Breslau

Suzy Hester

Madeleine Hodgkin

Jacob Holt

Nik Holttum & Helen Brannigan

Mike & Caroline Howes

The Hoxton Southwark

Peter Hughes

Tom & Caron Ilube

Melanie Johnson

Jones Day*

John & Gerry Kinder

Carol Lake

Ben Langworthy

Victoria Leggett

Clive Lewis

The Lowy Mitchell Foundation

Frances Lynn

John Lyon’s Charity

Jill & Justin Manson

Memery Crystal*

Barbara Minto

Carole Neuhaus

Newcomen Collett Foundation

Ebele Okobi

Rob & Lesley O’Rahilly

Bernadette O’Sullivan

Simon & Midge Palley

Sarig Peker

Pi Capital*

Richard Radcliffe Charitable Trust

Heather & Julia Randall

The Red Hill Trust

Barbara Reeves

The Rix-Thompson-Rothenberg

Foundation

Corinne Rooney

Sue Roy

The Royal Victoria Hall Foundation

Sir Paul & Lady Ruddock

Carol Sellars

Dr Bhagat Sharma

Jenny Sheridan

Justin Shinebourne &

Laurence Chaussinand

Florian Simm

Deborah E Mali Smith

Demola Soremekun

The John Thaw Foundation

TowerBrook Foundation*

Nick Tsatsas

U+I Group Plc

Bill Updegraff & Aliza Bartfield

Valentino England Ltd. *

Katleen van Roost

Walcot Foundation

Rob & Gillian Wallace

Edgar & Judith Wallner

Alice Whitaker

Bill & Anda Winters

Chavah Yentl

Jill Hackel Zarzycki

Julia Zilberman & Maxim Seltzer

and all our members and supporters,

whose generosity strengthens and

sustains our work.

*Young Vic Corporate Member

Listing current as of

1 March 2022.

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