Company

Leesa Tulley

Leading Role

Jo Foster

Leading Role

Company

Noah Thomas

Noah Thomas

Supporting role

Noah Thomas

Noah Thomas

Supporting role

Theatre: Jamie New in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Apollo Theatre); Zachary in The Secret Life Of Bees (Almeida Theatre).

TV: Will in Everything Now (Netflix); Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys (Amazon).

Jemima Brown

Jemima Brown

Ensemble

Jemima Brown

Jemima Brown

Ensemble
Jemima Brown is a Dance Artist and singer/songwriter originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, where she began her training in Ballet, Hip-Hop, Irish Dancing and Musical Theatre.

Training: London Contemporary Dance School, First Class BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance.

Touring Performances: Nationally and internationally with companies such as Tom Dale Company, Shobana Jeyasingh Dance, James Cousins Company, Marikiscrycrycry and Avant Garde Dance Company.

Awards: 4 times nominated for a Critics’ Circle National Dance Award for her work with Tom Dale Company, James Cousins Company and Shobana Jeyasingh Dance in the categories ‘Outstanding Female Modern Performance’ and ‘The Emerging Artist Award’.

Commercial Dance: For artists including Kylie Minogue, Sam Smith, Jamie XX, Paloma Faith, Fleur East and Ellie Goulding.

As a keen musician, singer/songwriter alongside her dance career, Jemima has released her own EP ‘Alter Ego’ and various music videos under the artist name MYMA.
Josh Butler

Josh Butler

Ensemble

Josh Butler

Josh Butler

Ensemble
Training: Josh recently graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Theatre: Lasso Leonard James in Bronco Billy (Charing Cross Theatre); Why Am I So Single? Workshop (Sadler’s Wells).

Credits While Training: Ace in Gas Station Angel; Gomez Addams in The Addams Family; Jeremy Hopkins/Dance Captain in Made in Dagenham; Moritz in Spring Awakening; Mark in Other People; Mr Tulliver in The Mill on the Floss; Neleus/Valentine in Mary Poppins.
Natasha Leaver

Natasha Leaver

Ensemble

Natasha Leaver

Natasha Leaver

Ensemble
Natasha Leaver is an artist and actor who has been performing on the West End stage since 2017.

Theatre Credits: Seth Rudetsky’s Disaster: A 70s Disaster Movie Musical (Charing Cross Theatre); Florence Ballard in Motown: The Musical (Shaftesbury Theatre); Dance Captain and ensemble in The Beggar’s Opera (International Tour); Fermina in Man of La Mancha (London Coliseum); Wonderful Town (Opera Holland Park); and The Bullet / cover Angelica Schuyler in Hamilton: An American Musical (Victoria Palace Theatre). Most recently, Natasha performed in A Funny Thing That Happened On The Way To The Forum (Lido Theatre, Paris).

She has also danced for international Afrobeats artist WizKid at the O2 Arena.
Ran Marner

Ran Marner

Ensemble

Ran Marner

Ran Marner

Ensemble
Training: The Dang Academy and The Urdang Academy.

Professional Credits: Ensemble in Jack and the Beanstalk (Imagine Theatre/Aaron Renfree/Janice); Ensemble in Cinderella (Imagine Theatre/Stuart Rogers/Janice Dunn); Lead Dancer in You Matter- CYD? Super Convention (The Dang Collective/Sam Salter).

Ran is delighted to be joining the original cast of Why Am I So Single? and hopes you all enjoy the show.

Represented by Link Artists.
Jamel Matthias

Jamel Matthias

Ensemble

Jamel Matthias

Jamel Matthias

Ensemble
Training: The Urdang Academy.

Why Am I So Single? marks Jamel’s West End and professional debut.

Represented by Link Artists.
Olivia O’Connor

Olivia O’Connor

Ensemble

Olivia O’Connor

Olivia O’Connor

Ensemble
Olivia O’Connor hails from Birmingham in the Midlands.

Training: The Urdang Academy.

Credits While Training: Legally Blonde; Children of Eden.

Why Am I So Single? marks both Olivia’s Professional and West End debut. She would like to thank her family, friends, and agents for all their unending support.
Joshian Angelo Omaña

Joshian Angelo Omaña

Ensemble

Joshian Angelo Omaña

Joshian Angelo Omaña

Ensemble
Training: The Urdang Academy.

Theatre Credits: Cy in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (UK Tour & Peacock Theatre, London); Dancer in Johannes Radebe: Freedom Unleashed (UK Tour & Peacock Theatre, London); Buggins in Kipps: The New Half A Sixpence Musical (The Urdang Academy); Billy Flynn in Chicago (The Urdang Academy); Aladdin in Aladdin (Red Entertainment).



Other Credits: Dancer in Life; Dancer in Samsung x Rebekah B Creative Commercial.
Natasha Wilde

Natasha Wilde

Ensemble

Natasha Wilde

Natasha Wilde

Ensemble
Training: Laine Theatre Arts, Vanessa Golborn School of Dance, and Diverse Choreography Dubai.

Theatre Credits: 42 Balloons (The Lowry, Salford)

Why Am I So Single? will be Natasha’s West End Debut

Other Credits: Assistant Choreographer for Jack and the Beanstalk, Leicester; Saudi Games Opening Ceremony 2023 (King Fahd Stadium, Saudi Arabia); Better Man (Film).
Rhys Wilkinson

Rhys Wilkinson

Ensemble

Rhys Wilkinson

Rhys Wilkinson

Ensemble
Rhys is an Actor and Choreographer originally from Coventry.

Training: The Urdang Academy.

Theatre: & Juliet (Shaftesbury Theatre); Just For One Day: The Live Aid Musical (The Old Vic)

Workshop Credits: Bronco Billy; Why Am I So Single?; Starlight Express.

Other Credits: As a choreographer and movement director, Rhys works in theatre, short films and music videos. Rhys has choreographed and provided movement direction for Bat Boy: In Concert (The London Palladium), No Limits (the Turbine Theatre), Schwartz at 75 (Lyric Theatre) and most recently released a short musical film entitled ‘King Of The World’.
Jordan Cambridge-Taylor

Jordan Cambridge-Taylor

Alternate lead

Jordan Cambridge-Taylor

Jordan Cambridge-Taylor

Alternate lead
Training: Guildford School of Acting, BA (Hons) Musical Theatre.

Theatre: Wicked Stepsister in Cinderella (Lyceum Theatre, Crewe/Imagine Theatre); Ensemble in Schwartz at 75 (Lyric Theatre, London).

Credits While Training: Duane Fox in Applause; Square Ensemble/Abraham Lincoln in Cry-Baby; Dance Captain in The Pirate Queen; Jonas Fogg in Sweeney Todd.

Workshop Credits: Benjamin Button in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – The Musical (ATG Productions); Richard in 1666 (ATG Productions).

Jordan is represented by Russell Smith Associates Ltd and is over the moon to be making their West End debut in Why Am I So Single?. They are endlessly grateful for the love and support they have received from their family, friends, agents and tutors. They would like to dedicate their performance to Ema.

Instagram: @jordancambridgetaylor

TikTok: @jordancambridgetaylor

X: @jordanctaylor_
Collette Guitart

Collette Guitart

Alternate lead

Collette Guitart

Collette Guitart

Alternate lead
Theatre: María/Ensemble in Just For One Day (Old Vic Theatre); Ensemble U/S Anna, Q, Roxie Rock in Rock Follies (Chichester Festival Theatre); Eleanor, U/S Anne Hathaway in & Juliet (Shaftesbury Theatre); Understudy / Dance Captain in SIX (Vaudeville Theatre); Swing in Rip It Up (Garrick Theatre); Swing in Bat Out Of Hell (Dominion Theatre); Swing in Wonderland (UK Tour); Ensemble U/S Fates in 27 (The Cockpit Theatre).

Film: Everybody’s Talking About Jamie; Wicked.

Cast Recordings: Just For One Day (Original Cast Recording).

Other Credits: The Saudi Games (Opening Ceremony); Won’t Forget You (Music Video); Chevrolet (Commercial); Hyundai (Still Photography).
Callum Bell

Callum Bell

Swing

Callum Bell

Callum Bell

Swing
Training: Laine Theatre Arts; Diverse Performing Arts.

Professional Credits: Ensemble in Guys and Dolls (Bridge Theatre); Ensemble in Half a Sixpence (Kilworth House).

Feature Film Credits: Dancer in Wonka (Dir Paul King); Dancer in Barbie (Dir Greta Gerwig).

Credits While Training: Michael in Witches of Eastwick (Laine Studio Theatre); Clyde Barrow in Bonnie and Clyde (Laine Studio Theatre); Dare to Dream (Epsom Playhouse).

Callum is very excited to be a part of the original cast of this fabulous musical, working alongside such an incredible cast and creative team and would love to thank his wonderful family and agents for their continuous support.
Owen McHugh

Owen McHugh

Swing

Owen McHugh

Owen McHugh

Swing
Training: Laine Theatre Arts and The Dance School of Scotland.

Theatre: Off Stage Swing in Clueless the Musical (Churchill Theatre, Bromley); Actor/Dancer in Symphony of Sorrowful Songs (English National Opera — London Coliseum); Ensemble in White Christmas (UK Tour); Swing in But I’m a Cheerleader (The Turbine Theatre); Ensemble/Cover Beast in Beauty and the Beast (Civic Theatre); Ensemble in Memories of the Musical (Kilworth); Jack Frost/Cowboy in The Snowman (UK Tour & Peacock Theatre London); Ensemble in Me And My Girl (Frinton Summer Theatre); Asher/Butler in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Kilworth House); Swing/Assistant Dance Captain in Doctor Dolittle The Musical (UK Tour); Ensemble/Understudy Peter Pan in Peter Pan (Hull New Theatre); Ensemble/Understudy Buttons in Cinderella (Wyvern Theatre).

Workshops: Ensemble in Why Am I So Single?

Television: Dancer in BBC Children in Need (BBC).

Other Credits: The Creature in Self Esteem’s Girl Crush music video.
Caitlin Redpath

Caitlin Redpath

Swing

Caitlin Redpath

Caitlin Redpath

Swing
Training: Masters Performing Arts.

Caitlin is delighted to be making her West End debut in Why Am I So Single? after being a part of the workshop in 2023.

Credits: Apartment 7A (feature film); music videos for Comedy Central and Untitled Dance Company.

Instagram: @Caitlin_Redpath_
Ebony Clarke

Ebony Clarke

RESIDENT CHOREOGRAPHER AND EMERGENCY SWING

Ebony Clarke

Ebony Clarke

RESIDENT CHOREOGRAPHER AND EMERGENCY SWING
Training: The Centre – Performing Arts College.

Theatre: Associate Director and Choreographer of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (UK Tour); & Juliet (Shaftesbury Theatre); HEX (National Theatre); Resident Director of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Apollo Theatre); Zoonation – Some Like It Hip Hop (Sadler’s Wells); Thriller LIVE (Lyric Theatre); Associate Choreographer of Aladdin (Townsgate Theatre).

TV and Film: Beetlejuice Beetlejuice; Tesco Bank; Knuckles; Comic Relief; The Brit Awards; Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Amazon); House of Fraser; Morrisons; GiffGaff Mobile.

Workshops Include: Nanny McPhee – The Musical; Associate Choreographer of I’m Every Woman – The Chaka Khan Musical; Why Am I So Single? (Sadler’s Wells); Dear England (National Theatre); Matilda the Musical – The Movie; Some Words (Sadler’s Wells).

Toby Marlow

WRITER

Lucy Moss

WRITER

Company

Lucy Moss

Director

Lucy Moss

Director
Lucy is a Tony Award-winning writer and the youngest woman ever to direct a musical on Broadway (lol). Alongside her co-writer/close personal friend, Toby Marlow, she won a Tony, two Drama Desks, and an Outer Critics Circle Award for their music and lyrics in the musical SIX (Broadway, West End, various other cool places). Their album SIX: Live on Opening Night was also nominated for a Grammy. She was ALSO nominated for best director of a musical at the Tony’s for her co-direction of SIX. Okay enough about SIX.

Other writer-director credits include: THIS VERY SHOW, Why Am I So Single? (Garrick Theatre) and Hot Gay Time Machine (Trafalgar Studios).

Directing credits include: Legally Blonde (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical (Actors’ Fund Online Benefit).

Song-writing credits include: The Monkey King (Netflix); Dylan Mulvaney’s Day 365 LIVE! (The Rainbow Room); Book of Queer (discovery+); The 75th Annual Tony Awards (CBS).

She loves to kayak. You can find her @mucyloss on the internet.

Ellen Kane

Choreographer

Ellen Kane

Choreographer
Ellen Kane is a London based Tony and Olivier Award nominated choreographer. Recently, Ellen choreographed Cold War (Almeida Theatre); Dear England (National Theatre/Prince Edward Theatre); Legally Blonde (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, dir. Lucy Moss); Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical film (Netflix, dir. Matthew Warchus); A Chorus Line (Leicester Curve/Sadlers Wells, dir. Nikolai Foster). Ellen is the Worldwide Associate Choreographer for Matilda the Musical and has been nominated for the Chita Rivera Award for Choreography in Film and won the World Choreography Award for motion picture 2023 for her work on Matilda.

Theatre: The Hills of California (Harold Pinter Theatre); Cold War (Almeida Theatre); Dear England (National Theatre/Prince Edward Theatre); Legally Blonde (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Theatrical Creative Consultant for KidSuper (Fashion Show); A Chorus Line, West Side Story (Leicester Curve); Groundhog Day (The Old Vic/August Wilson Theatre, Broadway; Olivier, WhatsOnStage and Tony® Award nominated); West Side Story (Leicester Curve); Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Playhouse Theatre).

As Associate Choreographer: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Lord of the Rings (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace Theatre/Australia/Chicago/Holland); Sister Act The Musical (London Palladium).

Joe Beighton

Orchestrator, Vocal Arranger and Musical Supervisor

Joe Beighton

Orchestrator, Vocal Arranger and Musical Supervisor
Joe is a Grammy Award and Olivier Award nominated Musical Supervisor, Orchestrator and Arranger. After spending the first years of his career working on the Tony Award winning score of SIX The Musical, he has continued to focus on developing new musical theatre whilst continuing to supervise the international roll-out of SIX.



Joe is currently Musical Supervisor, Orchestrator and Arranger for 42 Balloons (The Lowry, Salford, 2024); Babies (The Other Palace, London, 2024); and Why Am I So Single?

Moi Tran

Set Designer

Moi Tran

Set Designer
Moi Tran is a multi-disciplinary artist, designer, cultural worker, and educator with a dual practice across Contemporary Art and Design for Live performance.

Design for performance: The Hunger Games (Costume, West End); The Homecoming (Young Vic); A View From the Bridge (Headlong, Bolton, Chichester, Rose); A Play for the Living in Time of Extinction (Headlong, Barbican); The Herring Girls Protest Song Cycle (High Tide); Worth (New Earth, Chester Storyhouse); The Tempest (The Globe); Henry V (Headlong, The Globe); Peaky Blinders (Rambert); Baghdaddy, Rare Earth Mettle, White Pearl (Royal Court); Chasing Hares (Theatre Uncut/Young Vic); Corrina Corrina (Headlong, Liverpool Playhouse); Raya, Deluge (Hampstead); Dear Elizabeth, The Letters Project (Gate); In the Blood (Donmar); Chiaroscuro (Bush); Human Wall (V&A); Beats’n’Shine (MUDAM); Summer Rolls (Park); The Imperfect Pearl (Corn Exchange, Newbury/St George’s, Bristol/King’s Place/UK tour); Falstaff (Opera Berbiguieres, France).

Art includes: Care Chains (how love continues to resonate) (Wellcome Collection UK); Experimental Writing (Performing Borders); Group Exhibition ‘Well Settled’ (LUX UK/ Outpost VN); SLEEP (Pushkin House); Reshaping the Collectible (TATE Modern UK); Solo Exhibition ‘Civic Sound Archive’ (PEER UK); Sign Chorus(Vietnam/National Archives UK ); The Circuit, Shy God A Chorus ( SPILL Festival); Sonic Signalling in Reverse (AIO/GIBCA Biennale Gothenburg); SHY GOD Chapter Một (Chisenhale Dance UK); Solo Exhibition ‘I love a broad margin to my life’ (Yeo Workshops Singapore); The Bolero Effect (VCCA Hanoi/British Council); Civic Voice Archive (The National Archives / UEL UK); The Circuit (Prague Quadrennial); Temporality in a Cut (Display Gallery).

Moi will be Artist in Residence with ArtsAdmin Labs in 2024.

Max Johns

Costume Designer

Max Johns

Costume Designer
Training: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, recipient of a BBC Performing Arts Fellowship in 2015. Prior to this, he worked as a designer in Germany for a number of years.

Recent productions: Choir Boy (Bristol Old Vic); As You Like It (Shakespeare’s Globe); Sound Of The Underground (Royal Court); Birthmarked (Bristol Old Vic/MAYK); The Climbers (Theatre By The Lake); The P Word, Overflow, Strange Fruit and Rust (Bush Theatre); Once Upon A Time In Nazi Occupied Tunisia (Almeida Theatre); King John (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Panopticon (National Theatre Scotland); Lord Of The Flies, Kes and Random (Leeds Playhouse); The Strange Undoing Of Prudencia Hart (Manchester Royal Exchange); Heartbreakin’ (WLB Esslingen, Germany); Urinetown (CSSD); Buggy Baby (The Yard Theatre); Yellowman (Young Vic); The Half God Of Rainfall (Kiln/Birmingham Rep/Fuel); Wendy And Peter Pan (The Royal Lyceum Edinburgh); Utility and Twelfth Night (Orange Tree Theatre); Fidelio (London Philharmonic Orchestra); Life Raft, Medusa, The Light Burns Blue and Under A Cardboard Sea (Bristol Old Vic); Hamlet and All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory).

Max is also a lecturer in Theatre Design at Wimbledon College of Arts and a contributor to the Theatre Green Book.

Jai Morjaria

Lighting Designer

Jai Morjaria

Lighting Designer
Training: RADA

Theatre Design: My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) (Lyceum Theatre, Broadway/Ambassadors Theatre/Garrick Theatre/Turbine Theatre); The Buddha of Suburbia (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Secret Garden (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Haymarket Theatre/Lyric Hammersmith/Sheffield Theatres); Macbeth (Wessex Grove/International Tour); Cuckoo, Graceland (Royal Court); Othello (National Theatre); The Trials (Donmar Warehouse); Chasing Hares (Young Vic); Wuthering Heights (St Ann’s Warehouse/National Theatre/US Tour/Wise Children); Lost and Found (Factory International); The Real and Imagined History of the Elephant Man (Nottingham Playhouse); Birthmarked (Bristol Old Vic); For Tonight (Adelphi Theatre); Scissors (Sheffield Theatres); Cruise (Duchess Theatre); August in England, House of Ife, Lava (Bush Theatre); Cherry Jezebel (Liverpool Everyman); Big Big Sky, The Hoes (Hampstead Theatre); The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Northern Stage); Anansi the Spider (Unicorn Theatre).

Film Design: The Magic Finger (Roald Dahl Company).

Awards: Association of Lighting Designer’s ETC Award.

www.jaimorjaria.com

Paul Gatehouse

Sound Designer

Paul Gatehouse

Sound Designer
Paul is a Grammy, Tony & Drama Desk Award nominated Sound Designer & Music Producer.

Sound Design: The Little Big Things (@SohoPlace); Mandela (Young Vic); Identical the Musical (Nottingham Playhouse); Oliver! (Asia première in Tokyo); RENT (Hope Mill Theatre); SIX the Musical (London, Broadway, UK & US Tours, Australia, Korea); Cameron Mackintosh & Disney’s Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre, Asia première in Tokyo, Zurich Theatre11, Dubai Opera, Australia Tour); The Witches Of Eastwick (Cirkus Theatre, Stockholm); Amélie (Munich-Werk7); Billionaire Boy (Nuffield Theatres, Southampton).

Associate Design: Hamilton (Victoria Palace Theatre); Half A Sixpence (Noël Coward Theatre); Les Misérables (London, 25th Anniversary, International Tour, Madrid, Manilla, US Tour); The Phantom of the Opera (London, Broadway); The Phantom of the Opera (Las Vegas, 25th Anniversary); The Phantom of the Opera (Hamburg, Paris); Evita (US National Tour); Miss Saigon (Tokyo); Miss Saigon (Netherlands); Betty Blue Eyes (Novello Theatre);The Wizard Of Oz (The London Palladium); Love Never Dies (Adelphi Theatre); Sister Act (London Palladium); The Sound Of Music (London Palladium); Phantom The Las Vegas Spectacular (Las Vegas); The Woman In White (Broadway).

Recordings: Mandela – Original London Cast Recording (Producer, Mixer); SIX Live on Broadway – Original Broadway Cast Recording (Producer, Mixer); Young Frankenstein – Original London Cast Recording (Producer/Mixer); Newsies – Theatrical & DVD Release (Mixer); Miss Saigon: The Definitive Live Recording, Theatrical, DVD & CD Release (Recording Engineer & Mixer).

Film: SIX The Musical (London).

Awards: Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album (SIX the Musical, Broadway) – Nominee; Tony Award for Best Sound Design of a Musical (SIX the Musical, Broadway) – Nominee; Drama Desk Award for Best Sound Design of a Musical (SIX the Musical, Broadway) – Nominee

Future Cut

Music Production and Additional Orchestrations

Future Cut

Music Production and Additional Orchestrations
Future Cut’s work with the likes of Lily Allen, Rihanna, Tom Jones, and Shakira has seen them contribute to over 40 million album sales, three UK #1 hits and a further eleven international chart-toppers. Meet the production team of Future Cut – Tunde Babalola and Darren Lewis – two men whose musical journey has taken them from kings of the underground drum ‘n’ bass scene to curators of some of the pop world’s biggest hits. “The general public don’t know who we are,” says Lewis. “But they’ve definitely heard us.”

As promoters in Manchester’s drum ‘n’ bass community in the mid-nineties it was inevitable that that the duo would meet. After Lewis distributed some flyers for one of Babalola’s nights, his new friend suggested that he could join him in the studio to work on some music together. “That’s what he used to say to everyone to get them to do him favours,” smiles Lewis. “But he didn’t count on me turning up at the studio.” Soon, this casual arrangement turned into something more substantial when they hit upon their first underground classic with “Whiplash.” Future Cut ran with that initial moment of success and embarked upon the touring life of superstar DJs. It took them to Iceland, Puerto Rico, Transylvania and beyond as they memorably soundtracked the millennium in France and inadvertently got caught up in a terrifying FBI raid in New Orleans. “It was wild from the second you got off the plane. There was a lot of partying and a lot of getting up to no good,” states Lewis with a mischievous expression. Babalola concurs: “I wouldn’t have changed it for the world. If I was still doing it, I’d probably look twenty years older. Sometimes I think I could just dust off those headphones one more time…”

Back in the relative sanity of Manchester, Future Cut’s ambitions turned towards making an album which made the discovery of the talented young vocalist Jenna G somewhat fortuitous. Together they created the cult hit “Midnight.” “Midnight” sparked Un-Cut, a band project uniting Future Cut on a full-time basis with Jenna G and they soon inked a recording deal with Warner Bros. Records. While the finished album, The Un-Calculated Some, earned positive reviews for its fearless hybrid of genres, it failed to make much of an impact commercially. “We didn’t want to be pop stars, we just wanted to make music”, admits Babalola. With Un-Cut over, and drum ‘n’ bass evolving in their absence, what would be their next step? The future was uncertain. And then they were introduced to a young singer-songwriter by the name of Lily Allen. “It was one of those classic stories!” exclaims Lewis. “She was unsigned, so we got together in a dingy basement studio in Manchester. The first song we wrote together was ‘Smile’ and the other hits followed shortly after. We set Lily up with a MySpace. She took the concept and ran with it, and the rest is history.” Future Cut produced and co-wrote the majority of her 4 million selling debut album Alright, Still including its two hits “Smile” and “LDN.”

Eager to capitalise on their moment in the spotlight, Future Cut’s new priority was to make progress in America and they soon did exactly that, landing high profile production work for the likes of Nicole Scherzinger, Shakira, and Rihanna. They also established their own recording studio in London which allowed them to helm a consistent stream of hits for the likes of Little Mix, James Blunt, Olly Murs, MIA, Ella Eyre, Rizzle Kicks, TikTok phenom Caity Baser, Biffy Clyro, Dua Lipa, FKA Twigs, Rudimental and Pink Pantheress to name but a few. Not content with producing hits for the pop market, they have teamed up with fellow songwriter Emily Phillips to create the musical The Ten. The show is currently in development alongside producer Ken Davenport, director Ruben Santiago-Hudson and writer Nambi E Kelley and is due to open on Broadway in 2024.

The trio also have a musical movie project which is currently in development. Adept at adapting to all manner of genres, Future Cut agree that the key to their success is to be able to maximise an artist’s potential while allowing them to maintain their individuality. “I think the reason people come back to us is that they know we can consistently take glimmers of hope and magnify that potential,” concludes Lewis. The future is most certainly bright.

Harry Blumenau and Sarah-Jane Price, Harry Blumenau Casting

Casting Directors

Harry Blumenau and Sarah-Jane Price, Harry Blumenau Casting

Casting Directors
HARRY BLUMENAU CDG CDA

Theatre: Burlesque (Manchester Opera House/Glasgow Theatre Royal); Unbelievable (Criterion Theatre); Derren Brown’s Showman (Apollo Theatre); Dirty Dancing (Dominion Theatre/UK Tour); The SpongeBob Musical (Southbank Centre/UK Tour); My Beautiful Laundrette (Curve/UK Tour); Death Note (London Palladium/Lyric Theatre); Babies (Lyric Theatre); Treason (London Palladium/UK Tour); Tarantino Live(Riverside Studios); The Choir Of Man (USA Tour); Respect (UK Tour); Starcrossed (Wilton’s Music Hall); Blippi (Lyric Theatre); Disruption, On The Ropes (Park Theatre); Cinderella (Theatre Royal Stratford East); The Girl On The Train, Million Dollar Quartet (Barn Theatre); Aladdin (Lyric Hammersmith); American Idiot (Arts Theatre/UK Tour); Footloose (Peacock Theatre/UK Tour); Dark Sublime, Silk Road (Trafalgar Studios); Our House (UK Tour); One Man Two Guvnors (Derby Theatre/Queens Theatre Hornchurch); Glory Ride, Soho Cinders, Mythic, The Knowledge (Charing Cross Theatre); concert productions of Your Lie In April, Wild About You, Chess, Kinky Boots, Treason (Theatre Royal Drury Lane).

TV: Prince Andrew: The Musical (ensemble casting); Derren Brown’s Showman.

Film: Tomorrow Morning, A Family Affair, Beast/Type/Song, The Hermit.

SARAH-JANE PRICE

Theatre: Starry (Ameena Hamid/workshop); Falsettos (The Other Palace); Bring It On (Royal Festival Hall); The Adding Machine (Finborough Theatre); Fame (Peacock Theatre); Little Miss Sunshine (Arcola Theatre), Mr Men and Little Miss (Edinburgh / Underbelly); Frankenstein (UK Tour); Madagascar (UK Tour/International Tour).

Sarah Jane also cast a retrospective season of work at the Bush Theatre and Immersion Theatre’s inaugural and current season. She was Head of Casting at TED Entertainment (Maternity Cover) and was Casting Director on concert productions of Bonnie and Clyde, The Light Princess and Cinderella.

Her most recent credits are Love Never Dies and Evita (Theatre Royal Drury Lane) and Casting Associate on the brand-new musical Burlesque.

Sylvia Addison and Richard Morris for Music Solutions Ltd

Orchestral Manager

Michael Naylor

Associate Choreographer

Michael Naylor

Associate Choreographer
Training: London Studio Centre

Theatre: Some Like It Hip-Hop (West End and UK Tour); Message In A Bottle (Peacock Theatre, West End); House of Bernarda Alba (National Theatre); Bat Out of Hell, Associate Choreographer (London Coliseum, Dominion Theatre, Canada, Germany); Blaze (Expo Antalya); The Bodyguard (Denmark Tour).

Film: Wicked (Universal); Snow White (Disney); Jingle Jangle (Netflix); Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Film 4); Apartment 7A (Paramount).

TV: The X Factor; The Brit Awards; The Voice; Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

Artists: Spice Girls; P!nk; Ellie Goulding; Rema; Gloria Gaynor; Keisza; Gorgon City.

Luca Panetta

Associate Lighting Designer

Luca Panetta

Associate Lighting Designer
Luca is a freelance Lighting & Video Designer, Associate, and Lighting Programmer.

Training: LAMDA Production Technical Arts at LAMDA (London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts).

As Associate: Macbeth (Wessex Grove/International Tour); The Merchant of Venice 1936 (RSC, West End & UK Tour); Birthmarked (Bristol Old Vic 2023 & UK Tour 2024); The Real & Imagined History of The Elephant Man (Nottingham Playhouse & UK Tour); The Children (Nottingham Playhouse); Richard, My Richard (Shakespeare North Playhouse); A Playlist for the Revolution (Bush Theatre); Worth (Storyhouse, Chester); Mind Mangler: Member of the Tragic Circle [Video Assc.] (Virgin Voyages & UK Tour).

As Lighting & Video Designer: Polko (Paines Plough Roundabout); Edith (The Lowry / Theatr Clwyd); If Opera’s 2023 & 2022 Season (Belcombe Court); Cendrillon (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire); Diary of a Somebody (Seven Dials Playhouse), for which he was nominated for an Offie in Lighting Design.

As LX Programmer, Luca has worked with venues and companies such as: Young Vic; Hampstead Theatre; Bush Theatre; Rambert; Belgrade Theatre; Chichester Festival Theatre; Rose Theatre; NTLive.

www.lucapanetta.com

Charlie Smith

Associate Sound Designer

Phoebe Bath

Production Manager

Phoebe Bath

Production Manager
Production Manager: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Birmingham Rep); The Score (Theatre Royal Bath); Why Am I So Single? (Sadlers Wells); Noises Off (Theatre Royal Haymarket, UK Tour 2022-24, Phoenix); WordPlay (Royal Court Upstairs); Akedah (Hampstead Downstairs); Saving Grace (Riverside Studios); The Contingency PlanOn The Beach and Resilience (Sheffield Crucible).

Associate Production Manager: Hey Duggee (UK Tour); Mind Mangler: Member Of The Tragic Circle (UK Tour); Magic Goes Wrong (Apollo, UK Tour); Private Peaceful (UK Tour); Cluedo (UK Tour); Mischief Movie Night (Immersive London, Vaudeville, Riverside Studios); Groan Ups (Vaudeville and UK Tour) .

Ameena Hamid Productions

General management

Ameena Hamid Productions

General management
Ameena Hamid Productions is a leading London based theatrical production company working in the commercial sector creating joyful and innovative high-quality theatrical, audio and live capture productions specialising in creative production and the development of plays and musicals. The company is led by Ameena Hamid, an award-winning producer and general manager.



The company’s credits include:



As Producer: Why Am I So Single? (Garrick Theatre), Invisible (Bush Theatre & 59E59TH, 2023), The Wiz(Hope Mill Theatre), The Producers (No, Not That One) (Pleasance Theatre), Graduates at Cadogan Hall, Eating Myself (Applecart Arts and FAE Lima, Peru), Killing It and Since U Been Gone (VAULT Festival), Tales From The Tombstone Tavern (Podcast), Fizzy Sherbet (Podcast), Right Ho, Jeeves! (Podcast).



As Co-Producer: Bonnie & Clyde (Garrick Theatre), Dick Whittington (Phoenix Theatre).



As Associate Producer or General Manager: Death Drop (Criterion Theatre & Garrick Theatre).



Kenny Wax Productions

General Management

Kenny Wax Productions

General Management
Kenny Wax is a past President of the Society of London Theatre (SOLT), who has 25 years of experience working across award-winning and hit shows around the UK and in the West End. His work includes Mischief Theatre shows The Play That Goes Wrong, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and Mind Mangler: Member Of The Tragic Circle. Marlow and Moss’ global hit SIX, which is playing to packed houses in the West End, on a UK tour, on Broadway where it won two Tony Awards, on a US Tour, in Toronto and soon to tour in Germany, Switzerland and Italy. Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World, based on the book by Kate Pankhurst, about to open at The Other Palace. Kenny’s Olivier award-winning shows include Top Hat, Once On This Island and The Worst Witch.

Kenny Wax

Kenny Wax

Kenny Wax is a past President of the Society of London Theatre (SOLT), who has 25 years of experience working across award-winning and hit shows around the UK and in the West End. His work includes Mischief Theatre shows The Play That Goes Wrong, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and Mind Mangler: Member Of The Tragic Circle. Marlow and Moss’ global hit SIX, which is playing to packed houses in the West End, on a UK tour, on Broadway where it won two Tony Awards, on a US Tour, in Toronto and soon to tour in Germany, Switzerland and Italy. Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World, based on the book by Kate Pankhurst, about to open at The Other Palace. Kenny’s Olivier award-winning shows include Top Hat, Once On This Island and The Worst Witch.

George Stiles

George Stiles

George Stiles is a multi-award-winning writer who has worked on Honk! (National Theatre/UK Tour and Worldwide); Mary Poppins (West End, Broadway, International and UK Tour) and Cameron Mackintosh’s new version of Half A Sixpence (Chichester Festival Theatre and West End). George is also one of the producers of SIX, a journey that has brought him deep joy, helping to guide Marlow & Moss’ breakout hit around the world. With his writing partner, Anthony Drewe, his passion for nurturing new musical theatre is celebrated through the annual Stiles+Drewe Prize.

Ameena Hamid

Ameena Hamid

Ameena is an award-winning commercial producer, and general manager. She runs Ameena Hamid Productions and co-runs HD General Management. At just 23, Ameena is the youngest producer and general manager currently working and, having cut her teeth on Death Drop (Garrick Theatre) as an Associate Producer in 2020, the youngest ever woman to produce on the West End.

Producer Credits: Why Am I So Single? (Garrick Theatre and Development Performances); Woman Life Freedom! (GDIF); Invisible (59E59TH); The Wiz (Hope Mill Theatre); Shedding A Skin (on behalf of Soho Theatre); The Producers (No, Not That One) (Pleasance Theatre); Graduates at Cadogan Hall (Cadogan Hall); Killing It and Since U Been Gone (VAULT Festival).

Co-Producer and Associate Producer Credits: Bonnie & Clyde (Garrick Theatre & UK Tour); Dick Whittington (Phoenix Theatre); Death Drop (Criterion Theatre); Death Drop (Garrick Theatre).

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