Creative Personnel for The Book of Miracles
|Kevin Dyer DIRECTOR||Fiona Watt DESIGN|
|Hattie Bennett MUSICIAN||Lewis Campbell Gibson COMPOSER/MD|
He has managed to combine directing an outdoor production of Winnie the Pooh with playing a serial Killer in Dalziel & Pascoe; directing Cinderella while playing Jimmy Porter in Look Back in Anger.
He recently directed Walking the Tightrope for the Nottingham Playhouse/New Perspectives/Travelling Light co-production. Walking the Tightrope featured at The Royal National Theatre in 2001. Kevin is also a writer with many credits to his name.
|Hattie studied at the Royal Manchester College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music. Her busy career embraces orchestral, solo light and chamber music. She plays cello, double bass, and keyboards.|
Theatre work includes national tours of Annie and Martin Guerre, productions of Into the Woods and Good Night, Mr. Tom for the Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, productions of My Fair Lady and Fiddler on the Roof for Queens Theatre, Hornchurch, and The Book of Miracles for and Nottingham Playhouse Roundabout Theatre Company.
Hattie has recorded music for several BBC Radio Four plays
Fiona Watt DESIGN
Fiona has worked extensively in all areas of the theatre, including opera, T.I.E. and youth theatre, and the fringe. She has worked at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Palace Theatre, Watford, and for Eastern Angles.
She received an Arts Council Design Bursary which she used whilst at the Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich. Other credits include Julius Caesar for TAG, Glasgow, Grace in America for the Old Red Lion and Maya Chowdrys Sanctuary for Yorkshire Womens Theatre. Fiona has also designed for film and for the Royal Court Young Peoples Theatre.
Lewis received a First Class Honours degree in music from Dartington College of Arts in 1999. Since then he has played with Tarleton's Jig on violin, rebec, and percussion, set up sound installations, both in this country and abroad, and toured in the U.K. and Europe with music ensembles and combined arts projects including Wishbone Ash (Europe 2000), Ricciotti Ensemble (Amsterdam 1998), and Zuzu (London 1999).
Lewis has also composed Into the Mystic for Graeae, Bretevski Street and The Nightingale for Nottingham Playhouse Roundabout Theatre Company, The Dark Side for Bill Kenwright Productions, and Of Mice and Men and To Kill a Mockingbird, both for the Touring ConsortiumTop...
|Design by Rob Clarke|