Daisy Smith – Producer
I have a varied past including riding for England, studying to become a Barrister, working in sales, marketing and predominantly in events. I have never been able to give a straight answer as to what I do until now – I am a fixer! The person to ask when you need something done! Now, I am doing it all and loving it! (Well, not the Barrister bit. I realised I actually just wanted to be Erin Brockovich or even Julia Roberts) Producing uses all my skills and I love seeing a fantastic production take shape before my eyes. And what makes me think I will make it a success? As the famous quote says, “Because I am crazy enough to think I can.”
My aim: To produce great works – musical theatre, tv shows, plays. To put together unquestionably talented teams to create really great work. Daisy 🙂
Andy Smith – Musical Director
Andrew is an established musical director, arranger, conductor and teacher. Andrew’s work spans across many genres from musical theatre, classical, pop and rock music along with music for television and film. His varied work is only matched by the range of artistic organisations he has worked and collaborated with over the years. Everything from the Donmar Warehouse, GMTV to the Bangkok Symphony and the Royal Ballet School.
Andrews West End musical directing and conducting credits include, Disney’s The Lion King, We Will Rock You, A Slice ofSaturday Night, Rain Dogs, Babes in Arms, Honk!, Godspell and as musical director and arranger for the world premier of Victory!, Number 1 UK Tour of Aspects of Love, Les Miserables in Concert, Cats, West Side Story, Joseph and his Technicolor Dreamcoat with Chesney Hawkes. Additional musical directing credits include The Last Five Years, Tommy, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Fame, The Full Monty and Jesus Christ Superstar, Queen.
Sarah Redmond – Director
Sarah is a highly experienced director, actor and choreographer – working on cabarets, pantomimes, fringe productions and musicals. Career highlights include writing and directing Monty and Mirabella, a children’s show, which was turned into a TV show and continues to tour. In 2010, Sarah’s production Pinkalicious at Waterloo East Theatre (which she directed and choreographed) was listed in the Evening Standard as one of the top 10 shows to see in London that year. Sarah is a true professional with exciting ideas.