Love and Information - Off-Broadway Creative Team

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Production Staff

Caryl Churchill Playwright
London's Royal Court Theatre Producer
(In Association With)
Gabriel Berry Costume Designer
Jeremy Blocker Managing Director
Miriam Buether Scenic Designer
Theatre and Dance includes: King Lear; To Kill a Mockingbird; Three Tall Women; A Doll’s House 2; The Children (Broadway); And Breathe…, Hymn, Shipwreck; Machinal; Albion; Boy; When the Rain Stops Falling; Judgement Day (Almeida Theatre) The Jungle (Young Vic/ West End/ New York); The Trial; Public Enemy; Wild Swans; The Government Inspector; In the Red and Brown Water; The Good Soul of Szechuan; Generations (Young Vic); Glass.Kill.Blubeard.Imp; Sucker Punch; Cock; In the Republic of Happiness; Get Santa!; (Royal Court); The Children; Escaped Alone; Love and Information (Royal Court Theatre/New York); Sunny Afternoon; Chariots of Fire (Hampstead Theatre/West End); ... read more
Christine Catti Production Stage Manager
David Dabbon Musical Director
David Dabbon started as a dancer with the Boston Ballet, but after attending Hartt and later Carnegie Mellon, he had a musical change of direction. Currently making a name for himself as a Broadway dance arranger, his job is to re-imagine and re-interpret, but not rewrite. He also works as a composer, musical director, arranger and coach, because in show business, one always needs many irons in the fire. His driving force is always maintaining specificity in what he does, having compassion for young artists, and being able to use the word interstitial casually in a sentence. ... read more
Andrea Hood Costume Designer
Andrea Hood is a talented actress, singer, and dancer who has made a name for herself on both the Broadway stage and in television and film. Born and raised in New York City, Hood began her career as a child performer, appearing in numerous commercials and stage productions. She went on to attend the prestigious Juilliard School, where she honed her craft and developed her unique style. Hood made her Broadway debut in the hit musical "The Lion King," where she played the role of Nala. Her powerful voice and commanding stage presence quickly caught the attention of audiences and critics ... read more
James Macdonald Director
For MTC: Top Girls. In New York: Escaped Alone (BAM); Cloud Nine (Atlantic); Love and Information (Minetta Lane/NYTW); Cock (Duke on 42nd/STP); King Lear, The Book of Grace, Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? (The Public Theater); John Gabriel Borkman (BAM/Abbey Theatre); Dying City (Lincoln Center); A Number (NYTW); 4.48 Psychosis (St. Ann's Warehouse). Recently in London: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Father, Glengarry Glen Ross (West End); The Children, The Wolf From the Door, Circle Mirror Transformation, Love and Information, Cock (Royal Court); Bakkhai, A Delicate Balance, Judgment Day (Almeida); Wild, #aiww: The Arrest of Ai Weiwei, ... read more
Peter Mumford Lighting Designer
Work in the US includes King Kong, The Children, The Seagull, Private Lives (Broadway); King Lear, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Escaped Alone, Ghosts (BAM); Love and Information (NYTW); Cock (Duke on 42nd), Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? (Public Theater); Manon Lescaut, Madama Butterfly, Werther, Carmen (The Met). Current West End: 42nd Street. Awards include two Olivier Awards, South Bank Award for Opera which he directed and designed (Ring Cycle), Helpmann and Green Room Award for Lighting (King Kong in Australia). ... read more
James C. Nicola Artistic Director
Christopher Shutt Sound Designer
Kate Wilson Vocal Coach
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