Oli Sones, Emma Halstead and Park Theatre present the World Premiere of
WRITER I BILL ROSENFIELD
DIRECTOR I JOSEPH WINTERS
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR I DANIEL EMERY
STAGE MANAGER I GOOSE MASONDO
LIGHTING DESIGNER | CATJA HAMILTON
Bill Rosenfield I Writer
Bill is an award-winning writer, producer (and, dare we say, raconteur?) who now makes his home in the UK. Writing credits include: 46 Beacon (West End, Trafalgar Studios, Hope Theatre, London, Blank Theatre LA, Living Room Series); Sunshine and Shadow (Blank Theatre LA, Living Room Series); Let Me (Asolo Theatre, Sarasota Florida, Unplugged Series) and the award-winning one-act Bridal Terrorism (Samuel French). Adaptations include: Frank Loesser’s The Most Happy Fella (NYC Encores!) and Noel Coward’s The Rat Trap. Bill was Executive Producer of more than 65 Original Cast Recordings, including: Assassins, Ragtime, Chicago, The Full Monty, Songs for a New World, Caroline or Change, Fosse and Hair, and garnered over 30 Grammy nominations in the process. Awards: 2 Drama Desk Awards (1992 and 2002), an SDC Foundation Governor’s Award and a Richard Rodgers Award (2006). Seated beside his late husband, Theatrical Producer/Manager Gary Gunas, he was one half of the popular 12 part web-series, Old Show Queens, which can still be seen across various platforms. OldShowQueens.com
Joseph Winters I Director
Joseph is a freelance director and the Artistic Director of the Shipwright, formerly Resident Director at the Almeida Theatre. Directing credits include: The Waterfront Journals by David Wojnarowicz; The Pied Piper by Eleanor Colville & Joseph Winters; The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson; Quartet for the End of Time by Messiaen; Dido & Aeneas by Purcell (Shipwright); RUSH by Willi Richards (BBC Culture in Quarantine, King’s Head Theatre); Ulysses (Pierre Boulez Saal); Gianni Schicchi (Southgate Opera); The Marriage of Figaro (Fortismere Music Centre); In Conversation with Graham Norton (Hope Theatre); Wengerball by Raphael Wakefield; Bigamous by Eleanor Colville and Chinese Comedian by Ken Cheng (UK Tours).
Catja Hamilton | Lighting Designer
Theatre includes: The 4th Country (Park Theatre); Patient Light (The Undercroft); I Have Heard You Calling in the Night (Union Theatre); Hot Gay Time Machine (Soho Theatre); how we love (Arcola Outside, VAULT Festival); The Establishment Versus Sidney Harry Fox (Above the Stag); Take Care, TUNA (VAULT Festival); Venus and Adonis (Bussey Building); She Sells Sea Shells (Edinburgh Fringe); ERIS (Bunker Theatre).
As Associate Lighting Designer: Running with Lions (Lyric Hammersmith); Romeo and Juliet (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Botticelli in the Fire (Hampstead Theatre); Maklena (Camden People’s Theatre and UK tour).