Jon Huyton, Jade Hunter, Emma Robinson :
Jon Huyton - Company Stage Manager
Trained at The Drama Centre, London.
West End Theatre: Vanilla (Dir: Harold Pinter); Bookends (Dir: Ned Sherrin); 5 Guys Named Moe (Cameron Mackintosh Productions); Smokey Joes Cafe (ATG); Hot Shoe Shuffle (ATG); Peace in our Time (Michael Reddington Productions); Sylvia (Dir: Michael Blakemore); A Life in the Theatre (Dir: Lyndsey Posner); Honour (Dir: David Grindley / PW Productions); Pyjama Game (Dir: Simon Callow / ATG); Scissor Happy (Nica Burns Productions); Bouncers (ATG); Rock n’Roll (Dir: Trevor Nunn / Sonia Friedman Productions).
Tours include: Aspects of Love (Dir: Nikolai Foster / Michael Harrison Productions); The Mystery of Charles Dickens (Simon Callow /ATG); The Woman in Black (2 tours - PW Productions).
Chichester Festival Theatre Productions: Pal Joey (Dir: Loveday Ingram, Choreography: Craig Revel Horwood); The Sea (Dir: Sean Holmes); Hysteria (Dir: Loveday Ingram).
Jade Hunter - Deputy Stage Manager
Jade trained at LAMDA.
Her theatre credits include: Deciphering (Rehearsals, New Diorama Theatre), Sleeping Beauty (Venue Cymru), Aladdin (Churchill Theatre Bromley), The Good Scout (Edinburgh Festival and Above The Stag Theatre), The Woman In Black (Fortune Theatre), Hive City Legacy (UK Tour), Night of the Living Dead Live! (Pleasance Theatre), Grumpy Old Women To The Rescue (UK Tour), Peter Pan (Theatre Royal Plymouth), Frogman (UK Tour & South Africa), Whisper House (The Other Palace), Promises Promises (Southwark Playhouse), Saving Jason (Park Theatre), Floyd Collins (Wilton’s Music Hall), Boys Will Be Boys (Bush Hall), Spindrift (UK Tour), The Spanish Tragedy (Old Red Lion), Your Last Breath(Southwark Playhouse), Chef (Soho Theatre), Pioneer (UK Tour), Charley’s Aunt, Torch Song Trilogy and Accomplice (Menier Chocolate Factory) and Epidemic (The Old Vic).
Emma Robinson - Assistant Stage Manager
Emma trained in Design for Performance at Wimbledon College of Art (UAL).
Her work in theatre includes: Hairspray (UK Tour); Priscilla Queen Of The Desert (UK Tour); The Woman In Black (Fortune Theatre, West End); How the Grinch Stole Christmas (The Lowry); The Man in the White Suit (Wyndham’s Theatre, West End); Macbeth (Antic Disposition International Tour); Rosenbaum’s Rescue (Park Theatre); Henry V (Antic Disposition UK Tour); The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Park Theatre); Confidence (Southwark Playhouse); Bad Faith (Trinity Laban); An Elizabethan Christmas (Historic Royal Palaces); Men & Girls Dance (Fevered Sleep, Tate Britain); The Kid Stays in the Picture (Royal Court); Encounters With the Past (Historic Royal Palaces); The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party (Royal Opera House) and London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremonies (LOCOG).
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