Philip Prowse

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Philip Prowse (born 1937) is a stage director and designer,[1] and was one of the triumvirate of directors at the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow from 1970 until 2004.

Philip Prowse was trained at the Slade School of Art[2] and since 1970 was a co-director of the Citizens Company with Giles Havergal and Robert David MacDonald, having previously worked with Havergal at the Watford Palace Theatre. In 2003 both Havergal and MacDonald stepped down from their posts as directors of the company. Prowse however, continued his role as artistic collaborator with newly appointed Artistic Director, Jeremy Raison, until 2004. He directed and designed over 70 plays with the Citizens Theatre and has worked throughout the world designing and directing for opera, ballet and drama.