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Phelim McDermott McDermott was born in Manchester, England. His screen debut was as Jester in the 1991 film "Robin Hood", followed by further minor roles in "The Baby of Mâcon" (1993) and other films. He also appeared on stage, e.g. in 1991 at the Nottingham Playhouse production of Sandi Toksvig's "The Pocket Dream" and in Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream". He also appeared in the BBC Radio 4 improvisational show "The Masterson Inheritance" (1993 to 1995).
Phelim McDermott He was made an Honorary Doctor of Middlesex University in 2007.
Phelim McDermott Phelim McDermott (born 21 August 1963) is an English actor and stage director. He has directed plays and operas in Britain, Germany, Spain, the United States, and Australia. McDermott was a co-founder of the Improbable theatre in 1996.
Improbable theatre Julian Crouch and Phelim McDermott directed and designed the new musical "The Addams Family", which had tryouts in November 2009 in Chicago and opened on Broadway in April 2010.
The Masterson Inheritance In each programme, the cast members – Josie Lawrence, Phelim McDermott, Paul Merton, Caroline Quentin, Lee Simpson, and Jim Sweeney – would be given a particular historical setting, and, incorporating suggestions from the audience, would improvise that episode in the saga of the Masterson family. One episode, "The Marooned Mastersons", was never broadcast but is available on Jim Sweeney's website.
59 Productions 59 Productions undertook its first opera in 2007 at the English National Opera, providing the projection design for Philip Glass's "Satyagraha", directed by Phelim McDermott and designed by Julian Crouch of Improbable theatre. This was the first of several collaborations with Improbable theatre, including the design for the Metropolitan Opera's 125th Anniversary Gala in 2009, which raised more than $10 million.
The Perfect American The world premiere of the work took place at the Teatro Real on 22 January 2013 with Dennis Russell Davies conducting and directed by Phelim McDermott. The first English production was on 1 June 2013 by the English National Opera at the London Coliseum, under the direction of Gareth Jones.
The Spontaneity Shop In 1999 they presented a benefit concert at The Hackney Empire, directed by Keith Johnstone and Improbable theatre's Phelim McDermott. Joining the Spontaneity Shop cast were Tony Slattery, Jonathan Pryce, Lee Simpson, Neil Mullarkey and a number of other special guests. The money raised went to the Royal Court Theatre where Keith had once worked as a director.
Malcolm Ridley Ridley performed and co-devised three productions directed by Improbable theatre award-winning director-designer partnership of Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch. "Servant of Two Masters" (Goldoni Festival Venice and Rome) and "The Hunchback of Notre Dame". "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (TMA Best Touring Production Award) for the English Shakespeare Company.
Associated Studios Mike Alfreds (Director/Author) • Michael Attenborough (Director) • Dominic Cooke (Playwright/Director) • Sir Richard Eyre (Director) • Robert Fried (Acting Coach/Director) • Pete Gallagher (Director/Acting Coach) • Hugh Grant (Actor) • Douglas Hansell (Actor/Acting Coach) • Jeremy Herrin (Director) • Joe Hill-Gibbins (Director) • Jeremy Irons (Actor) • Terry Johnson (Playwright/Director) • Peter Kosminsky (Director/Writer/Producer) • Phelim McDermott (Director) • Lindsay Posner (Director) • Orlando Seale (Actor/ Acting Coach) • Sir Patrick Stewart (Actor) • Melly Still (Director) • Che Walker (Playwright/Director) • Timothy West (Actor) • Nigel Whitmey (Actor/Acting Coach)