PRESIDENT Lord Kinnock CHAIRMAN Ron Davies DIRECTOR Terry Hands
CLWYD THEATR CYMRU BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Cllr Glyn Banks Cllr Marion Bateman Cllr Chris Bithell Cllr Derek Butler Simon Carter Cllr Ron Davies Cllr David Evans Keith Evans Colin Everett Cllr Veronica Gay Cllr Robin Guest Cllr Ron Hampson Lord Barry Jones Cllr Brian Lloyd Cllr David Mackie Cllr Tim Newhouse Professor Michael Scott Alan Watkin David Williams
Associate Director Tim Baker
ADMINISTRATION General Manager Julia Grime Associate Director: Plays & Touring William James Director: New Plays Kate Wasserberg PA to the Directors Melanie Jone Casting Leigh-Ann Regan
EDUCATION& THEATRE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Education Producer Anne Plenderleith Education Administrator Nerys Edwards Education Co-ordinator Jane Meakin Drama Outreach Worker Emyr John Trainee Emerging Directors Cerri Roberts, John Young Young People's Theatre Workshop Tutors Laura Heap, Clare-Louise Rhys-Jones, Ceri Roberts Support Worker Michelle McKenzie
FINANCE Financial Manager Emma Sullivan Finance Assistants Sandra Almeida, Carol Parsonage
GALLERIES Gallery Curator Jonathan Le Vay
MARKETING Marketing Manager Ann Williams Sponsorship Manager Annie Dayson Box Office Manager Marie Thorpe Press Officer Anthony Timothy Deputy Marketing Manager Morwenna Honan Marketing Assistant Angharad Madog Distribution Gwennan Henstock Box Office Assistants Carol Edwards, Gwennan Henstock, Rosemary Hughes, Nikki Jones, Jan Lewis, Jean Proctor, Mair Eluned Rush, Jennifer Walters
PRODUCTION Production Manager Jim Davis Deputy Production Manager Hannah Lobb Technical & Development Manager Pat Nelder Technical Stage Manager Jayson Noble Deputy Technical Stage Manager Paul Adams Assistant Technical Stage Managers Angel Hasted, Scott Howard, Nic Samuel
Head of Wardrobe Deborah Knight Wardrobe Cutters Emma Aldridge, Michal Shyne Wardrobe Assistant Alison Hartnell Costume Maintenance Cath Jones, Amber Smit Head of LX & Sound Kevin Heyes Deputy (Lighting) Geoff Farmer Deputy (Lighting) Gareth Hughes Deputy (Sound) Matthew Williams Assistant Electricians Dan Armishaw, Neil Queripel, Nathan Stewart, Neil Williams Properties Carpenter Bob Heaton Head of Construction John Wynn Eyton Deuty Construction Steve Eccleson, Construction Assistant Andy Sutters Wig Mistress Louise Arthur Scenic Artist Mike Jones
THEATRE MANAGEMENT Building Services Manager Jim Scarratt House Manager Marion Wright Assistant Front of House Managers Maivena Bingham, Elena Vedovotto Shop Manager Carole Jones Receptionists/Bookshop Deborah Charles, Sandra Fletcher, Elaine Godwin, Carole Jones, Nerys Jones, Ann Phillips, Jennifer Walters Cleaning Supervisor Mark Sandham Cleaners Claire Bellis, Emily Buckley-Jones, Christopher Callanan, Lorraine Jones, Philip Keating, Tara Pritchard, Rachel Smith, Elaine Taylor, Sales Assistants Gwennan Henstock, Elaine Jones, Luisa Sciarillo, Carol Williams, Delyth Williams Bar Manager Salv Vena Assistant Bar Manager Neil Roberts Restaurant Manager Rhian Walls Deputy Restaurant Manager Nicola Wyatt Projectionists Mike Batchelor, Mike Roberts, Matthew Wright Green Room Carole Ann Jones, Clare Brown, Caroline Jones, Kate Jones
As Director Emeritus and former Artistic Director of The Royal Shakespeare Company, he directed more productions during his 25 years there than any other in the Company’s history. These included the entire History Cycle with Alan Howard, Much Ado and Cyrano with Derek Jacobi, Singer and Tamburlaine with Tony Sher, Loves Labours Lost with Ralph Fiennes, The Seagull with Simon Russell Beale, Winter’s Tale with Jeremy Irons, Othello with Ben Kingsley and David Suchet and the award winning musical Poppy.
His international directing credits include productions in Berlin, Brussels, Chicago, London, New York, Oslo, Paris, Tokyo, Vienna and Zurich. From 1975 to 1980 he was consultant-director of the Comédie-Française and is a Chevalier of Arts and Letters.
A graduate of Birmingham University (England) and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, he also has honorary degrees from the Universities of Birmingham, Liverpool and Middlesex, and is an Honorary Fellow of the Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and Glyndwr and Bangor Universities. He is a Vice President of the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod, Joint President of the Arvon Foundation.
Opera directing credits include Otello (Paris Opera) and Parsifal (Royal Opera House).
Among many awards, he received Oliviers for the Henry VI Trilogy and Cyrano De Bergerac, Molières (the French equivalent) for Richard III and Twelfth Night, the Evening Standard Award for Tamburlaine the Great and three Tony nominations for Much Ado About Nothing and Cyrano De Bergerac.
He is the Founding Director of the Liverpool Everyman Theatre and is currently Director and Chief Executive of Clwyd Theatr Cymru, a theatre which he rescued from closure in 1997 and has since built into the most productive National Performing Arts Company in Wales. He was made a CBE in 2007.