“One of the most fully immersive works ever to wallop Broadway.
Be prepared to have all your emotional and sensory buttons pushed, including a few you may have not known existed. As directed by Marianne Elliott, it’s a production that retunes the way you see and hear.”
-Ben Brantley, The New York Times
COMPLETE CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR
THE NATIONAL THEATRE PRODUCTION’S NORTH AMERICAN TOUR OF
THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME
A NEW PLAY BY SIMON STEPHENS
ADAPTED FROM THE NOVEL BY MARK HADDON
DIRECTED BY MARIANNE ELLIOTT
Five Tony Awards including Best Play,
Six Drama Desk Awards including Outstanding Play,
Five Outer Critics Circle Awards including Outstanding New Broadway Play,
Drama League Award for Outstanding Production of a Broadway or Off-Broadway Play
Pittsburgh, PA—Casting has been announced for the North American tour of the National Theatre production of THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME, the Tony Award-winning new play by Simon Stephens, adapted from Mark Haddon’s best-selling novel. With direction by Tony Award-winner Marianne Elliott (War Horse and Curious Incident), the critically acclaimed production will launch at Rochester’s Auditorium Theater September 27, 2016 and will go on to play more than 30 cities in its first season.
The cast will star Juilliard graduate Adam Langdon as Christopher, Gene Gillette (War Horse) as Ed, Felicity Jones Latta (Metamorphoses) as Judy, Maria Elena Ramirez (Fish in the Dark) as Siobhan and Amelia White (The Heiress) as Mrs. Alexander. The ensemble includes Brian Robert Burns (War Horse), Francesca Choy-Kee (Disgraced), Josephine Hall (Les Liaisons Dangereuses), John Hemphill (School of Rock), Robyn Kerr (Dark Vanilla Jungle), Kathy McCafferty (Dada Woof Papa Hot), Tim McKiernan (War Horse), J. Paul Nicholas (Blood and Gifts), Geoffrey Wade (Translations) and Tim Wright (Curious Incident/Broadway). Benjamin Wheelwright (Curious Incident/Broadway) will play Christopher at certain performances.
In Pittsburgh, THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME premieres at Heinz Hall, 600 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, January 3-7, 2017, as part of the 2016-2017 PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh series, presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh Symphony, and Broadway Across America. Performances are Tuesday through Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m., Friday evening at 8:00 p.m., Saturday at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. and Sunday at 1:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. On Wednesday, January 4, at 6:30 p.m. PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh patrons are invited to join us for a free pre-show talk, Know The Show Before You Go, held at the Trust Arts Education Center, 805-807 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. For more information visit: www.TrustArts.org/KnowTheShow.
THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME on Broadway is the recipient of five Tony Awards including Best Play, six Drama Desk Awards including Outstanding Play, five Outer Critics Circle Awards including Outstanding New Broadway Play and the Drama League Award for Outstanding Production of a Broadway or Off-Broadway Play. The production was named among the Top 10 productions of 2014 by amNY, Associated Press, Bergen Record, Broadway.com, Broadway Insider, Chicago Tribune, Daily News, Deadline, Entertainment Weekly, Hollywood Reporter, Huffington Post, New York Magazine, New York Post, NY-1, The New York Times, Playbill, Star Ledger, Time Magazine, Time Out New York and Towleroad.
Fifteen-year old Christopher has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion for killing his neighbor’s dog, he sets out to identify the true culprit, which leads to an earth-shattering discovery and a journey that will change his life forever.
The production is designed by Tony Award-winner Bunny Christie and Tony Award-winning video designer Finn Ross, with lighting by Tony Award-winner Paule Constable, choreography by Scott Graham and Olivier Award-winner Steven Hoggett for Frantic Assembly, music by Adrian Sutton, sound by Ian Dickinson for Autograph and hair and wig design by David Brian Brown. Casting is by Daniel Swee and Cindy Tolan.
CURIOUS INCIDENT transferred to London’s West End, following a sold-out run at the National’s Cottesloe Theatre in 2012. The production received seven 2013 Olivier Awards, including Best New Play and continues to play to sold-out houses at the Gielgud Theatre in London. A UK Tour launched in 2014 and a second UK tour will embark in February of 2017.
CURIOUS INCIDENT, now the longest running play on Broadway in more than 10 years, opened on October 5, 2014 at the Barrymore Theatre, winning five Tony Awards including Best Play, six Drama Desk Awards including Outstanding Play, five Outer Critics Circle Awards including Outstanding Production of a Broadway Play and the Drama League Award for Outstanding Production of a Broadway or off-Broadway Play.
“Truly Amazing. It’s more than brilliant. I have never seen anything like it.” –David Richardson, NPR
“EXTRAORDINARY. A DEMONSTRATION OF THE POWER OF THEATER TO TRANSPORT US. A play that works on every level – CROWD-PLEASING, EYE-OPENING, LIFE-AFFIRMING and UNMISSABLE.” – Richard Zoglin, Time Magazine
“EXTRAORDINARY, INVENTIVE, HIGHLY ORIGINAL and DEEPLY ENGAGING.” – Elysa Gardner, USA Today
“A tremendously exciting demonstration of the power of theatre. A reflection on truth, on the ways in which we look at the world, and on the magic of theatrical storytelling.” – David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter
North American touring engagements, 2016-17 season:
ROCHESTER, NY SEPT. 27 –OCT. 2, 2016 AUDITORIUM THEATRE
WASHINGTON DC OCTOBER 4-23 KENNEDY CENTER – OPERA HOUSE
GREENVILLE, SC OCTOBER 25-30 PEACE CENTER
ORLANDO, FL NOVEMBER 1-6 DR. PHILLIPS CENTER
TAMPA, FL NOVEMBER 8-13 STRAZ CENTER
WEST PALM BEACH, FL NOVEMBER 15-20 KRAVIS CENTER
SCHENECTADY, NY NOVEMBER 23-27 PROCTORS
MINNEAPOLIS, MN NOV. 29-DEC. 4 THE ORPHEUM THEATRE
CHICAGO, IL DECEMBER 6-24 THE ORIENTAL THEATER / BIC
HARTFORD, CT DEC. 27-JAN. 1, 2017 BUSHNELL THEATER
PITTSBURGH, PA JANUARY 3-8, 2017 HEINZ HALL
DALLAS, TX JANUARY 11-22, 2017 AT&T PAC
HOUSTON, TX JANUARY 24-29, 2017 HOBBY CENTER
PROVIDENCE, RI FEBRUARY 7-12, 2017 PPAC
CHARLOTTE, NC FEBRUARY 14-19 BELK THEATER
DURHAM, NC FEBRUARY 21-26 DURHAM PAC
PHILADELPHIA, PA FEB. 28 – MARCH 5 ACADEMY OF MUSIC
BOSTON, MA MARCH 7-19 BOSTON OPERA HOUSE
CLEVELAND, OH MARCH 21 – APRIL 9 PLAYHOUSE SQUARE – CONNOR PALACE
EAST LANSING, MI APRIL 11-16 WHARTON CENTER
FAYETTEVILLE, AR APRIL 18-23 WALTON ARTS CENTER
NASHVILLE, TN APRIL 25-30 TPAC
DETROIT, MI MAY 2-14 FISHER THEATER
DES MOINES, IA MAY 16-21 DES MOINES CIVIC CENTER
DENVER, CO MAY 30 – JUNE 18 THE ELLIE CAULKINS
TEMPE, AZ JUNE 20-25 ASU GAMMAGE
SAN FRANCISCO, CA JUNE 27 – JULY 23 THE GOLDEN GATE / SHN
SEATTLE, WA JULY 25-30 PARAMOUNT THEATRE
LOS ANGELES, CA AUG. 1-SEPT. 10 AHMANSON / CTG
COSTA MESA, CA SEPTEMBER 12-17 SEGERSTROM CENTER
Additional engagements will be announced in the coming days.
The North American tour is produced by Stuart Thompson, Tim Levy for NT America, Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures Inc., Lisa Burger for NT Productions, Bob Boyett, Roger and William Berlind, Scott M. Delman, Roy Furman, Glass Half Full Productions, Ruth Hendel, JFLT TLP Partnership, Jon B. Platt, Scott Rudin, Triple Play Broadway and The Shubert Organization.
Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time was published in 2003. It was the winner of more than 17 literary awards, including prizes in the US, Japan, Holland and Italy as well as the Whitbread Book of the Year Award in the UK in 2004 and has been translated into 44 languages.
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ADAM LANGDON (Christopher) is a 2015 graduate of The Juilliard Drama Division. Regional: Kimberly Akimbo (Barrington), I Saw My Neighbor on the Train and I Didn’t Even Smile (BTG), Hapgood (Williamstown), Robin Hood (WTF), Dreamtime (Waterfront). Select Juilliard credits: The Goat, or Who is Sylvia; Rabbit Hole; As You Like It; Dancing at Lughnas. TV/Film: “Red Oaks,” “The Good Wife,” “Great News,” “The Path,” “Difficult People,” Three Dates, 18 Actors Acting. Adam is the co-star, co-creator and co-writer of the web series “Moe and Jerryweather.” Love to Mom, Dad and G44!
BENJAMIN WHEELWRIGHT (Christopher at certain performances) is a graduate of The National Theatre School of Canada. He began performing at an early age at Edmonton’s regional Citadel Theatre. In 2014, Benjamin moved to Toronto to perform at SummerWorks, an international curated festival, where he was awarded the Emerging Artist Award. After spending a year working on independent short films, Benjamin moved to London, England where he briefly worked with Complicite, in collaboration with Why Not Theatre. Benjamin is currently living in New York playing Christopher Boone in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
MARIA ELENA RAMIREZ (Siobhan). Broadway: Larry David’s Fish in the Dark, Rachel Jackson in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. National Tour: Rose Narracott in The National Theatre’s War Horse (USA, Canada, Japan). Off-Broadway: Manhattan Theatre Club, The Public, NY Shakespeare Festival, Second Stage, Vineyard Theatre, Soho Rep. Regional: A.R.T., Guthrie Theater, Berkeley Rep, Seattle Rep, Westport Country Playhouse, among others. Film: Wonderstruck, St. Vincent, Happythankyoumoreplease, The Women, Assassination of a High School President, Personal Velocity. Television: “Limitless,” “Odd Mom Out,” “Person of Interest,” “Unforgettable,” “Army Wives,” “Damages,” “Law & Order,” “The Sopranos,” “Jezebel James,” “Third Watch.” Fox Foundation Fellow. MFA: NYU Graduate Acting Program.
GENE GILLETTE (Ed). War Horse National Tour (National Theatre of Great Britain); Macbeth (with Frances McDormand, Berkeley Rep); Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare Theatre Company); Streetcar Named Desire (Theatreworks); The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Coyote on a Fence (Curious Theatre); Burn This (Shakespeare Santa Cruz); Columbinus (Round House/Perseverance), Hamlet (Denver Civic), Romeo & Juliet, As You Like It (Folger). TV: “The Good Wife,” “Person of Interest,” “Elementary,” “Law & Order: SVU.” MFA from STC’s Academy for Classical Acting.
FELICITY JONES LATTA (Judy). Broadway: Metamorphoses (Circle in the Square). Off Broadway: The Captain’s Tiger (Manhattan Theatre Club), Measure for Measure (NYSF), As You Like It (The Acting Company). Regional: Arcadia, The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls, Hamlet, American Night: The Ballad of Juan Jose, A Winter’s Tale, The Master Builder, A Woman of No Importance, Lulu, The Ladies of the Camellias (Yale Repertory Theatre); The Homecoming,‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, Lady Windemere’s Fan (CENTERSTAGE); Broken Glass, The Diary of Anne Frank (Westport Country Playhouse); Enrico IV (American Conservatory Theatre); The Odyssey (Goodman Theatre); Cymbeline (Hartford Stage, McCarter Theatre). She is Associate Director of Lattawork Productions, performing her one-woman school show ME PLURIBUS UNUM. She was Artistic Associate for ten years at Theatre de la Jeune Lune where she co-wrote and performed in such works as Crusoe, Friday and the Island of Hope, The Green Bird and Children of Paradise: Shooting a Dream. Film and Television: Signs, Julie & Julia, “The Carrie Diaries,” “Wonderland,” “Deadline,” “Ed” and “Law & Order.” Felicity is a 2014 Lunt-Fontanne Fellow.
AMELIA WHITE (Ensemble). Broadway credits include Crazy for You and The Heiress. Off-Broadway at the Atlantic Theater Company, receiving a Theatre World Award for her work in The Accrington Pals at the Hudson Guild. Proud member of AEA, she continues to work in Regional Theatre all over the USA, resides in Los Angeles, born in Nottingham, GB.
KATHY McCAFFERTY (Ensemble). Off-Broadway: Dada Woof Papa Hot (Lincoln Center). Regional favorites include: Outside Mullingar (Rosemary); Falling (Tami); Clybourne Park (Bev/Kathy); Boeing, Boeing (Berthe); The 39 Steps, The Vertical Hour (Nadia); Dancing at Lughnas (Rose); originating the role of Lurene in Last Gas and premiere of Fata Morgana. Huntington Theatre, Portland Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Arkansas Rep, Boise Contemporary Theatre, Rep. Theatre of St. Louis, Williamstown (six seasons), Shadowland Theatre (four seasons), Human Race Theatre, New Century (two seasons), Hudson Stage, Bay Street Theatre, among others. TV and Film: “House of Cards,” “30 Rock,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Dates Like This,” “Law & Order: CI,” “The Onion News.”
JOHN HEMPHILL (Ensemble). Some recent credits: Broadway: School of Rock, Mamma Mia!. National Tour: Mamma Mia!. Regional: A Raisin in The Sun (Director Phylicia Rashad). Film: David Fincher’s Zodiac. TV: “Billions,” “Show Me A Hero” (Director Paul Haggis), “Mr. Robot,” “The Blacklist,” “Boardwalk Empire,” “Castle,” “Criminal Minds,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Big Love,” “Monk,” “Weeds,” “Las Vegas,” “The West Wing.” National Commercials: Honda, Saturn, Target, Liberty Mutual, Propane, among others. Also John loves to golf.
BRIAN ROBERT BURNS (Ensemble). First National Tour: War Horse. Regional: Romeo & Juliet and Richard II (Yale Rep); Becky Shaw (San Francisco Playhouse); Cider House Rules I/II (Cal Rep). New York: Abingdon Theatre Company, HERE Arts Center, ARS Nova, Richmond Shepard Theatre. TV/Film: Daredevil, “Bear Trap.” Tiger Schulmann’s MMA: Kickboxing Champion (2015, 2016), Grappling Champion (2015). MFA Yale School of Drama. brianrobertburns.com. #teamparkerjoe
FRANCESCA CHOY-KEE (Ensemble). Broadway: Disgraced. Off-Broadway: Israel Horovitz’s Out of the Mouths of Babes (World Premiere, The Cherry Lane). Regional: Agnes Under the Big Top (Long Wharf, CCC Award); Good People (Arena Stage); Winter’s Tale, Arabian Nights (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival); As You Like It (Cincinnati Playhouse); Luck of the Irish (The Huntington); Bossa Nova (Yale Rep); She Stoops to Conquer (The McCarter); Young Jean Lee’s The Shipment (The Thalia, Germany); Williamstown Theater Festival. TV: “Elementary” (CBS). NYU Graduate Acting Program (MFA), Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (London). Gratitude to Phoenix Artists, and love to my husband and dearest family.
GEOFFREY WADE (Ensemble) has appeared on Broadway and off-, toured nationally and works extensively in regional theater: The Old Globe, La Jolla, South Coast Rep, Center Stage, GeVa, Guthrie, Denver Center, Cincinnati Playhouse, Rep of St. Louis and most recently Man of La Mancha at the Weston Playhouse. TV: “NCIS,” “Mad Men,” “Mentalist,” “Numb3rs,” “ER,” four “Law & Orders.” Film: City Hall, The Divide and Steven Spielberg’s The BFG. He directed acclaimed productions of A Walk in the Woods and The Crucible. Teaches at the Antaeus Academy. Trained at Central in London where he met his wife, Amelia White. He is an avid photographer.
JOSEPHINE HALL (Ensemble, Understudy). Regional Theatre: Les Liaisons Dangereuses (American Shakespeare Center); Richard III, Midsummer Night’s Dream (Illinois Shakespeare Festival); Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike, Other Desert Cities (Actors Theatre of Charlotte); Doubt (New Stage Theatre); Beauty Queen of Leenane (Barter Theatre); Twelfth Night, Othello (Shakespeare in the Park, TX); Macbeth (Kentucky Shakespeare Festival); Arcadia (Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival); King Lear, The Royal Family, Love’s Labor’s Lost (Swine Palace); The Little Foxes (Seaside Music Theatre); Fuddy Meers (B Street Theatre); Blithe Spirit (Centenary Stage); Intimate Apparel (Arvada Center). Proud member of British and American Equity. Head of Acting and Voice, Greensboro College, NC.
ROBYN KERR (Ensemble, Understudy) is a Jamaican Scottish actress now living and working in the US. Theater: Dark Vanilla Jungle (The Shop, HERE Arts), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Great Lakes Theater), Uncle Vanya (The Pearl Theatre Company), Spine (Clurman Theatre), As You Like It (Sprite Productions, UK), Round 2 (The Factory, UK). Television: “Murphy’s Law” (ITV), “Casualty” (BBC), MI5 (BBC). Film: Stud Life, Scoop, Hank and Asha. Training: Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
TIM McKIERNAN (Ensemble, u/s Christopher, u/s Mr. Thompson) is thrilled to join this production. He was last seen in the First National Tour of War Horse. He would like to dedicate his performance to his mother, Maria McKiernan, who taught special education for 33 years and helped hundreds of children to believe they could do anything.
J. PAUL NICHOLAS (Ensemble, Understudy). Off-Broadway: Blood & Gifts (LCT), Rosmersholm (59E59). Regional: Othello, Oedipus, Hamlet, Romeo & Juliet, The Duchess of Malfi, Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Little Foxes (Shakespeare Theater); The Invisible Hand, Winter’s Tale, Ciphers, The English Bride, Lidless, Scorched, Language Rooms (Various Philadelphia Theaters); Cymbeline, Romeo & Juliet, The Count of Monte Cristo (Alabama Shakespeare); The Butcher (Gulfshore Playhouse); Yellowman (Everyman); Starving (Woolly Mammoth); Stuff Happens (Olney); The Underpants (Geva Theater); Flyin’ West (True Colors Theater); Beauty of the Father (Seattle Rep). TV: “Law & Order: SVU” (Reoccurring), “The Leftovers,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” Please visit www.JPaulNicholas.com
TIM WRIGHT (Ensemble, Understudy) was part of the Tony Award winning, original Broadway Company of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and is thrilled to be bringing this stunning play to the rest of the country. In Australia, he has performed with Melbourne Theatre Company, Sydney Theatre Company, Bell Shakespeare Company, Ensemble Theatre and in Film and TV. His US credits include Broadway: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, The Bridges of Madison County. Off-Broadway: 3 Kinds of Exile (Atlantic Theater Co.). Regional: Williamstown, Pioneer. TV: “SMASH,” “Do No Harm,” “Blue Bloods,” “A Gifted Man.” Film: My Man is a Loser, Ned Kelly, Two Hands.
MARK HADDON (Book). Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time was published in 2003. It was the winner of more than 17 literary awards, including prizes in Japan, Holland and Italy, and was translated into 44 languages. A spot of Bother, published in 2006, was also an international bestseller. His first work for the theatre, Polar Bears, was produced by the Donmar Warehouse in 2010. He has written 15 books for children, published a first collection of poetry in 2005 and is an illustrator and award-winning screenwriter. Mark Haddon’s latest novel, The Red House, was published in 2012.
SIMON STEPHENS’ (Playwright) plays have been produced in many languages throughout the world. His plays Harper Regan and Bluebird were staged in New York at the Atlantic Theatre Company. His play Punk Rock was staged by MCC. His version of A Doll’s House for the young Vic transferred to New York in 2014. His adaptation of Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime ran for two years on Broadway and won the Tony Award for Best New Play in 2015. His play Heisenberg was produced by MTC in 2015 and is revived by them this Autumn. Simon is an associate at the Lyric, Hammersmith and the Royal Court, London.
MARIANNE ELLIOTT (Director). For the National Theatre: Angels in America, Husbands & Sons, The Light Princess, The Curious Incident… (Olivier, Tony), Port, Season’s Greetings, Women Beware Women, All’s Well That Ends Well, War Horse (Tony), Harper Regan, Saint Joan (Olivier, South Bank Show Award), Thérése Raquin, Pillars of the Community (Evening Standard Award). Associate Director at the Royal Court: Stoning Mary, Notes on Falling Leaves, The Sugar Syndrome. Artistic Director of the Royal Exchange Theatre: Port, Design for Living, Les Blancs, As You Like It, A Woman of No Importance, Nude with Violin. Other: Sweet Bird of Youth (Old Vic), Much Ado About Nothing (RSC), The Little Foxes (Donmar). Film: Alice.
BUNNY CHRISTIE (Scenic and Costume Design). Recent: People Places and Things (National Theatre and West End), If You Kiss Me Kiss Me (Young Vic London), Made in Dagenham (West End). Other credits include: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (NT, London West End, Olivier Award, Barrymore Theatre NY, Tony Award);The Red Barn, Emil and the Detectives, Blurred Lines, The Comedy of Errors, Elmina’s Kitchen (BBCTV), The Cherry Orchard (all NT); Julius Caesar and Henry V (Donmar Warehouse, St. Ann’s Warehouse, NY, Donmar at Kings Cross); The White Guard (Olivier Award); A Streetcar Named Desire (Olivier Award); Baby Doll (Evening Standard Award). Film: Swansong (Oscar nomination, Best Short Film). Opera: Medea (ENO), Brief Encounter, Tosca (Houston and L.A. Opera).
PAULE CONSTABLE (Lighting Design). Recent: the opening season for the Michael Grandage Company, Threepenny Opera and Warhorse (National Theatre) and Les Misérables (Broadway). Recipient of four Oliviers, two Tony Awards, the Helpmann Award, L.A. Critics Circle and New York Drama Desk Awards. Operas: The Marriage of Figaro, Cunning Little Vixen, Die Meistersinger, Billy Budd (Glyndebourne); Anna Bolena, Don Giovanni, Satyagraha, Giulio Cesare (Met). Dance: Sleeping Beauty and Dorian Gray for Matthew Bourne.
FINN ROSS (Video Design). Theatre: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (NT, West End, Olivier & Tony Award), Chimerica (Almeida, West End, Olivier Award). Broadway: All My Sons, Betrayal, American Psycho (Drama Desk Award). Opera (Met, ENO, DNO, ROH, La Scala et al.): Benvenuto Cellini, The Death of Klingho er Eugene Onegin, Simon Boccanegra, Damnation of Faust, A Dog’s Heart, Don Giovanni, American Lulu, Das Portrait, La Clemenza di Tito, The Adventures of Mr. Broucek, Les Pecheurs de Perles, Béatrice et Bénédict, The Turn of the Screw, Sunset Boulevard.
SCOTT GRAHAM (Choreography) is Artistic Director and co-founder of Frantic Assembly. He has directed/co-directed all of Frantic’s work, including Things I Know To Be True, The Believers, Lovesong, Beautiful Burnout (Drama Desk Nomination), Othello (TMA Award, Best Direction), Stockholm (UK and Sydney Theatre Company). He has worked with the Royal National Theatre and National Theatres of Scotland and Wales. He received Olivier and Tony Award nominations for his work on Curious Incident, and, with Steven Hoggett, has written The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre. He is Visiting Professor in Theatre Practice at Coventry University.
STEVEN HOGGETT (Choreography). Credits: Let the Right One In (West End); Rocky (Broadway, Tony nomination); The Light Princess (National Theatre); What’s It All About (NYTW); The Glass Menagerie (Broadway); Once (Broadway and West End; Obie, Lortel and Callaway Awards); Rigoletto (Met Opera); Peter and the Starcatcher (Broadway and NYTW, Lortel Award); American Idiot (Broadway and NYTW) Black Watch (National Theatre of Scotland, Olivier Award); Little Dogs, Lovesong, Beautiful Burnout, Othello (Frantic Assembly, co-founder). Film includes How to Train Your Dragon 2 (Dreamworks).
ADRIAN SUTTON (Music) works in orchestral and electronic genres. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night- Time (National Theatre) won an Olivier for Sound Design; Coram Boy (Broadway) and War Horse (Broadway) won Olivier noms. His 25-minute orchestral work War Horse Suite was the centerpiece of the War Horse Prom, 2014 BBC Proms season in London. His children’s concert opera The Griffin and the Grail premiered in 2013. Other theatre: Nation, The Revenger’s Tragedy (NationalTheatre).www.adriansutton.com
IAN DICKINSON (FOR AUTOGRAPH) (Sound Design). Ian’s previous US shows include The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nigh-Time (Drama Desk Award), Rock ‘n’ Roll (Tony nomination), The Seagull, Jerusalem (Tony nomination), John Gabriel Borkman (Drama Desk nomination) and The River. He has extensive sound design credits to his name throughout the UK and was fortunate enough to win an Olivier Award for his work on The Curious Incident. He has been a member of the Autograph design team since 2009.
DAVID BRIAN BROWN (Wig and Hair Design). Broadway-Highlights: War Paint, She Loves Me, If/Then, Bridges of Madison County, Macbeth, The Nance, Death of a Salesman, Follies, Sister Act, Shrek, The Little Mermaid, Legally Blonde, Spamalot, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Fiddler on the Roof, Nine, Gypsy, Sweet Smell of Success, The Invention Of Love, Aida, The Iceman Cometh, Chicago, Sideshow, Steel Pier. Film credits: Peter Pan–Live, Sound of Music-Live NBC, It’s Complicated, Angels in America (Emmy Nominated), Too Wong Foo…
BEN FUREY (Voice and Dialect Coach). Broadway: The Last Ship, Matilda, Billy Elliot, Spamalot, Mamma Mia!. O – Broadway: Atlantic Theater Co., Manhattan Theatre Club, Roundabout Theatre, Signature Theatre. More than 50 national tour, regional and international productions as well as lm/ TV credits.
DANIEL SWEE (Casting). As casting di- rector for Lincoln Center Theater, more than80 productions including Act One, The Nance, Golden Boy, War Horse. Additional recent Broadway: The Realistic Jonses, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, God of Carnage. Films include The Hours, The Crucible.
CINDY TOLAN (Casting). Broadway: Betrayal, Macbeth, Cinderella, The Performers, Lysistrata Jones, Relatively Speaking, That Championship Season, A View From The Bridge, All My Sons, Xanadu, Avenue Q. Film: Beasts of the Southern Wild, The Place Beyond the Pines, Blue Valentine, The Namesake, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee.
TAYLOR HAVEN HOLT (Assistant Director). Credits include My Only Friend is Jesse… (EST), Factory Girls (54 Below), Balloon Boy (NYMF). Recent Associate/ Assistant: Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour (Broadway), Hand to God (Broadway & MCC). NYU, BA/MA. For my Mom.
YASMINE LEE (Associate Choreographer) has worked as performer/choreographer/ movement director in over 25 countries in theater, dance, lm, television, and vid- eo. Select credits include: The Crucible (2016 Broadway), The Curious Incident… (Broadway), Once (A.R.T., NYTW, Broadway, all subsequent productions), RENT (Broadway, National Tours), Pearl (world premiere Lincoln Center) Opening Ceremonies XXII Winter Olympic Games (Sochi), Tender Napalm, Across the Universe, Momix.
JESS WILLIAMS (Associate Choreographer) is trained at the London Contemporary Dance School. On graduating she joined ‘Transitions Dance Company’ at the Laban Centre. Jess began working for Frantic Assembly in 2012. She toured the UK with The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in 201415. Other work includes: co direction for National Youth Theatre Wales, assistant movement director National Theatre Wales, movement direction for Neontopia Theatre and Sherman Cymru.