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LAMDA Grads Featured In The Stage 100
The 2017 Stage 100 list of the most powerful players in the performing arts and entertainment industry has been released and, as always, we’re incredibly #LAMDAproud to see our grads featured.
Sir Howard Panter
Having trained in technical theatre at LAMDA, Howard went on to build the world’s largest live theatre company, the Ambassador Theatre Group with his wife, Rosemary Squire.
Another of our technical theatre graduates, West End legend David Grindrod is the casting director for Andrew Lloyd Webber, among others. Recent productions include Sunset Boulevard at the London Coliseum, Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Groundhog Day at the Old Vic and School of Rock, at the New London Theatre.
Jonathan Sayer, Henry Shields and Henry Lewis
The meteoric rise of Mischief Theatre makes the three founders; LAMDA graduates Jonathan Sayer, Henry Shields and Henry Lewis a brand new entry to The Stage 100 - but with three hit comedies running in the West End and The Play That Goes Wrong heading to Broadway in March - we think it’s very much deserved!
Huge congratulations to these and all our graduates shaping the performing arts industry in the UK and beyond.
You can read the full list of those featured in The Stage 100 here.
Published on 9 January 2017. Image via The Stage.