Jon Huyton, Mary Hely, Stephanie Joab :
Jon Huyton - Company Stage Manager
Jon trained at the Drama Centre London as an actor from 1984–87, and worked in theatre, film and television for 12 years, appearing in Scissor Happy (the Duchess Theatre); John Godber’s Bouncers (British tour); Peace in Our Time by Noël Coward (British tour). Television appearances included: The Sharp End (BBC); Spooks (BBC); and Cracker (Granada). Films included: Swing (with Lisa Stansfield and Hugo Speer); and Dancing in the Dark by Willy Russell.
Throughout this period, Jon also worked as an ASM on various West End productions including: Five Guys Named Moe (Lyric and Wyndham’s Theatre); Hot Shoe Shuffle (Queen’s Theatre); Smokey Joe’s Cafe (the Prince of Wales Theatre); Bookends (Apollo); Sylvia and Vanilla (Lyric); and The Pajama Game (directed by Simon Callow).
Company stage manager credits include: Bouncers (three British tours, including understudying, company manager and actor); Life in the Theatre (directed by Lindsay Posner with Patrick Stewart); Honour (starring Dame Diana Rigg); Rock ’n’ Roll (directed by Sir Trevor Nunn and written by Tom Stoppard, with Brian Cox, Sinéad Cusack and Rufus Sewell); Aspects of Love (British tour starring David Essex); and The Woman in Black (two British tours).
Mary Hely - Deputy Stage Manager
Mary graduated with a degree in drama from the University of Wales (Aberystwyth). She started her professional career at The Stephen Joseph Theatre as an ASM and has since worked extensively as a DSM for a range of theatres in London, including the West End, touring and regional rep. Most recent productions include Gloria, Labyrinth (Hampstead), My Brilliant Friend, Wind in the Willows (Rose Theatre, Kingston), Henry V (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), Welcome Home Captain Fox, Teddy Ferrara, Temple (Donmar Warehouse).
Stephanie Joab - Assistant Stage Manager
Stephanie trained at Guildhall School of music and Drama and has since worked on many productions in the West End and on tour.
Some of her recent theatre work includes:
Dirty Dancing (West End and 1st National Tour), Jersey Boys (First National Tour), Annie (National Tour), The Fantasticks (West End), Absurd Person Singular (West End), Donkeys Years (West End), Plague Over England (West End), Oliver (Leicester Curve), The Sound Of Music (Dubai), Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (International Tour), Street Of Dreams (UK Arena Tour), Acorn Antiques (National Tour), Quartermaines Terms (National Tour), The Marriage Of Figaro (Italy Tour), The Marriage Of Figaro and La Boheme (Longborough Opera Festival), Roller Diner (Soho Theatre), The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin (Theatre Royal Stratford East), The Last 5 Years and They're Playing Our Song (Menier Chocolate Factory), and A Christmas Carol (Kings Head Theatre).
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