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His other theatre credits include Breaking the Code (Royal Exchange, Manchester), Henry V (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre) and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Theatr Clwyd).As an Associate Director of the Donmar Warehouse, his work includes My Night With Reg by Kevin Elyot (also West End - Hastie was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards, and the production was nominated for Best Revival at the Olivier Awards), and Splendour, by Abi Morgan.An assortment of over-dressed hangers-on pace around behind the curtains, flashing shiny varsity jackets, wrist-to-wrist tattoos and freshly purchased snapbacks.Lou Pocus, a producer from Bedford who’s made a few beats for B, has brought his crew in and waits to shake hands with his collaborator and pass on some contraband, which is gratefully received.While half the crowd lose their minds at the front, a significant proportion of attendees are skulking further back, sizing up B as a foreign curiosity rather than a demigod.When he announces the last song, there’s a decisive dash for the exit among the lone gig-goers who’ve heard all they need to hear.Join Dorothy and all her friends for this glorious technicolor production of the timeless classic, The Wizard of Oz.Skip along the yellow brick road and journey through munchkin land all the way to Oz, carried along by all your favourite tunes, including Over the Rainbow and We're Off to See the Wizard, in this festive family spectacular. She is an Associate for Theatr Clwyd, where her work includes Little Voice, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, All My Sons, The Light of Heart, Aristocrats; Salt, Root and Roe; Humbug, God of Carnage, A Doll's House, Roots, Taking Steps, Gaslight, Dancing at Lughnasa, A Small Family Business, Festen, Mary Stuart, Twilight Tales, Macbeth, A Toy Epic, Tales from Europe, The Timeless Myths of the Mabinogi, Of Mice and Men, The Grapes of Wrath, The Voyage, The Way It Was, Flights of Fancy, Hobson's Choice, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Silas Marner.
The big guys on stage get tough with the invaders, tossing them back into the throng and twiddling their earpieces as if the crowd want anything more dangerous than to pogo along with their hero, screeching, “Swag! He tests a few lines, grinning at a successful rhyme but reverting to the chant of “Young Based God” when he fails to tease a couplet from his brain.Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres Robert Hastie today announced the full cast for his Christmas production of The Wizard of Oz - Catrin Aaron (Miss Gulch / Wicked Witch), Jonathan Broadbent (Zeke/Lion), Gabrielle Brooks (Dorothy), Ryan Ellsworth (Professor Marvel / The Wizard Of Oz), Andrew Langtree (Hunk / Scarecrow), Michael Matus (Uncle Henry / Oz Doorkeeper), Sophia Nomvete (Aunt Em / Glinda) and Max Parker (Hickory / Tin Man); and completing the ensemble, Simon Anthony, Piers Bates, My Les Brown, Collette Coleman, Claire Doyle, Glen Facey, Samantha Hull, Blythe Jandoo, Fergal Mc Goff, Jo Lucy Rackham, Michael James Stewart, Charley Vincent, Rhiannon Wallace and Charlotte-Kate Warren.The production opens on 13 December, with previews from 7 December, and also announced today, extends its run due to popular demand, now closing on 20 January 2018.For television, his work includes Endeavour, A prince Among Men, Then and A Perfect World; and for film, A Muppet Christmas Carol. Her theatre work includes Wind in the Willows, Noises Off (UK tours), The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Birmingham Rep), As You Like It, The Heresy of Love (Shakespeare's Globe), Much Ado About Nothing (Royal Exchange), The Color Purple (Menier Chocolate Factory), The Pyjama Game (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Ragtime and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre). For theatre, his work includes Matilda (Cambridge Theatre), Guys and Dolls (Savoy Theatre and Phoenix Theatre), I Can't Sing (The Palladium), Barnum (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Kiss Me Kate (WNO).Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres Robert Hastie directs. His credits for the company include Julius Caesar (Best Director nomination for the 2017 UK Theatre Awards) and Of Kith and Kin (also Bush Theatre).