About Act Productions
Act Productions is a leading theatre producer in the West End and of national and international tours.
With a distinguished history since its founding in 1994, Act remains committed to the development and production of theatre with the utmost creative and commercial integrity.
Productions managed or produced include:
Wind in the Willows (Duchess 2013 and Vaudeville 2014); A Chorus Line (London Palladium, February 2013); Uncle Vanya starring Anna Friel, Samuel West, Ken Stott and Laura Carmichael (Vaudeville, October 2012); Yes, Prime Minister starring David Haig (Chichester, Gielgud, UK tour, Apollo, Trafalgar Studios); What You Will starring Roger Rees (Apollo); Legally Blonde - the Musical starring Sheridan Smith (Savoy); Being Shakespeare starring Simon Callow (Trafalgar Studios, Sky Arts and DVD); Death and the Maiden starring Thandie Newton (Harold Pinter Theatre); Journey’s End directed by David Grindley (2011 UK tour); Flare Path starring Sienna Miller, James Purefoy and Sheridan Smith (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Onassis starring Robert Lindsay (Derby/Novello); Birdsong starring Ben Barnes and directed by Sir Trevor Nunn (Comedy); Krapp’s Last Tape starring Michael Gambon (Duchess); Shakespeare: The Man From Stratford starring Simon Callow (UK tour/Riverside Studios); the Olivier award-winning ENRON directed by Rupert Goold (Noël Coward); Wicked (Apollo, Victoria); Dirty Dancing (Aldwych); the Olivier Award-winning Spring Awakening (Novello); the Tony Award-winning Boeing-Boeing directed by Matthew Warchus (Comedy, Broadway and UK tour); For King and Country (UK tour); Marguerite directed by Jonathan Kent (Theatre Royal Haymarket); the Tony and Evening Standard award-winning Frost/Nixon starring Frank Langella and Michael Sheen (Gielgud and Broadway); The Complete Works of William Shakespeare - abridged (Arts); The Dream (Roundhouse, UK, USA and Australian tour); Whipping It Up (New Ambassadors and UK tour); A Voyage Round My Father by John Mortimer, starring Sir Derek Jacobi (Wyndham’s); Sinatra at the London Palladium directed by David Leveaux (London Palladium and UK tour); Edward Scissorhands, directed and choreographed by Matthew Bourne (Sadler’s Wells, UK and Far East tour); the Tony and Evening Standard award-winning Mary Stuart directed by Phyllida Lloyd (Apollo); the Olivier and Evening Standard award-winning Don Carlos starring Sir Derek Jacobi and directed by Michael Grandage (Gielgud); the Olivier Award-winning Anything Goes directed by Sir Trevor Nunn (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); The Reduced Shakespeare Company (Criterion); Singin’ in the Rain with Adam Cooper (Sadler’s Wells); Dirty Blonde (Duke of York’s); The Price by Arthur Miller (Apollo and tour); Humble Boy with Simon Russell Beale and Felicity Kendal (Gielgud, UK tour); Noises Off by Michael Frayn (Piccadilly and Broadway); Krapp’s Last Tape with John Hurt (New Ambassadors) and The Real Thing, winner of three Tony Awards (Albery and Broadway); The Mystery of Charles Dickens, starring Simon Callow (Comedy/Albery).