Tom Littler

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Tom Littler is a British theatre director and the Artistic Director and founder of theatre company Primavera Productions. He is Associate Director of Jermyn Street Theatre.

His West End credits include Stephen Sondheim's Saturday Night (for Primavera)[1][2] which starred Helena Blackman, the runner-up of How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria. Littler was also resident director of the 2009 revival of A Little Night Music at the Garrick Theatre and Menier Chocolate Factory. Littler directed the premiere of Dances of Death by Howard Brenton, a new version of The Dance of Death by August Strindberg at the Gate Theatre (London) in 2013, starring Michael Pennington.[3] Littler was a regular Associate Director of the Peter Hall Season in Bath,[4] working with Sir Peter Hall (director) on productions including Little Nell by Simon Gray, A Doll's House with Catherine McCormack, Born in the Gardens by Peter Nichols, and The Browning Version by Terence Rattigan.

See also[edit]

Primavera Productions, the company Littler founded in 2003

Jermyn Street Theatre, where Littler is Associate Director

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Benedict, Variety Variety Article
  2. ^ Norman Lebrecht review website
  3. ^ http://www.gatetheatre.co.uk/events/all-productions/dances_of_death
  4. ^ Theatre Royal Bath Theatre website

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