Over thirty West End productions include: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie; Ragtime; The Sound of Music (and Toronto, Paris, UK tour, Tokyo, China, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia); Much Ado About Nothing; The Dance of Death; The Girls; Benefactors; Heroes (and Los Angeles); The King and I (Royal Albert Hall) Cyrano de Bergerac; The Wizard of Oz (and Toronto, US and Australia); Rock and Roll (Duke of York’s and Broadway).
As an Associate Artist of the RSC: The Boy in the Dress; Pentecost; Othello; Jubilee; Romeo and Juliet; The Merchant of Venice; Eastward Ho!; The Herbal Bed; Venus and Adonis; Twelfth Night; Hamlet; Henry VIII (and New York); The Winter’s Tale.
For Chichester Festival Theatre: The Unfriend; Murder on the Orient Express; Oklahoma!; Strife; Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me; Mack and Mabel; Taken at Midnight (and Haymarket); Kiss Me, Kate (and Old Vic); Cyrano de Bergerac; Calendar Girls (and UK tour, West End, Canada, Australia); The Music Man; Hay Fever; Water Babies; Saturday Sunday… and Monday, When We Are Married (and West End); Quiz (and West End).
Other theatre includes: The Clothes They Stood Up In; Identical; The Madness of George III (Nottingham Playhouse); Happy Days (Riverside Studios); The Light in the Piazza (Southbank Centre, Los Angeles, Chicago); Brian and Roger (Menier Chocolate Factory); Fiddler on the Roof (Menier & Playhouse Theatre); Look Back In Anger; Noises Off (West End, Broadway); The Playboy of the Western World; The Motherf***er with the Hat; Tartuffe (National Theatre); City of Angels; Sweet Charity; Lobby Hero; The Physicists; A Voyage Round My Father; Black Comedy; The Vote; One Night in Miami; Saint Joan; Committee (Donmar); The Mercy Seat; Filumena; Ruined; There Came a Gypsy Riding; The Late Henry Moss(Almeida); Pericles (New York); The Wife of Willesden; Pass Over; Blues in the Night; Holy Sh!t; Fabulation; Greta Garbo Came to Donegal (Kiln Theatre); The Full Monty (West End, tour).
Opera productions most recently Orfeo at Garsington Opera, numerous productions at The Met, also productions at Glyndebourne, and in Chicago, Madrid, Frankfurt, Vienna, Tokyo, Sydney, Paris and Berlin.