Forthcoming/Current credits include: COMPANION: MOON (Coney); THERE IS A LIGHT THAT NEVER GOES OUT (Royal Exchange, Manchester).
Movement Director/Choreographer credits include: THE COUNTRY GIRLS (Abbey Theatre); EAR FOR EYE, INSTRUCTIONS FOR CORRECT ASSEMBLY, A PROFOUNDLY AFFECTIONATE, PASSIONATE DEVOTION TO SOMEONE (-NOUN), THE CHILDREN (Royal Court); SQAURE GO (Summerhall); JIMMY’S HALL (Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Irish Tour); QUEEN MARGARET, THE ALMIGHY SOMETIMES (Royal Exchange, Manchester); BR’ER COTTON (Theatre 503); COCKPIT (Lyceum Edinburgh); WE’RE STILL HERE (National Theatre Wales); THE 306 (National Theatre of Scotland); SEE ME NOW (Young Vic); DETAILS (Grid Iron); HOUSED (Old Vic New Voices).
Associate Movement Director credits include: LET THE RIGHT ONE IN (National Theatre of Scotland, Royal Court, West End andNew York); IN TIME O’ STRIFE; BLACK WATCH (National Theatre of Scotland); THE TWITS (Royal Court); THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME (National Theatre and West End).
CATS 2019- Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland- Nominations Announced.
This year, MLR clients receive SIX nominations for the Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland.
Vicki Manderson receives her nomination for SQUARE GO in the BEST ENSEMBLE category which was produced by Francesca Moody Productions in association with SEARED.
MLR clients account for 50% of this year’s BEST MUSIC & SOUND category. Danny Krass is Nominated for BALLYTURK at The Tron Theatre, Glasgow. While, MJ McCarthy is nominated for WHAT GIRLS ARE MADE OF at The Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.
Michael Taylor is nominated for his Design in BALLYTURK at The Tron Theatre, Glasgow.
Also, Composer, Sound Designer and Musical Director MJ McCarthy has been part of the creative team of three of this year’s BEST PRODUCTION category. These are WHAT GIRLS ARE MADE OF & ULSTER AMERICAN at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh and PRIDE AND PREJUDICE *Sort Of at The Tron Theatre, Glasgow.
EAR FOR EYE Earns Rave Reviews
Debbie Tucker Green's latest production at the Royal Court is a hit with critics and audiences alike, with Lighting Design by Paule Constable and Movement Direction by Vicki Manderson.