Phil Willmott is the founding Artistic Director of THE STEAM INDUSTRY incorporating The Finborough Theatre (under the Artistic Directorship of Neil NcPherson) and GODS AND MONSTERS producers of London's annual Free Theatre Festival at the open-air "Scoop" amphitheatre on the South Bank.
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A NEW MUSICAL WRITTEN, COMPOSED & DIRECTED BY PHIL WILLMOTT
ARRANGEMENTS AND ADDITIONAL MUSIC BY MARK COLLINS.
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career at a glance
Measure for Measure
Phil Willmott is a multi-award winning director, artistic director, playwright, composer, librettist, teacher, dramaturg, arts journalist… and occasional actor. He is one of the most commissioned musical Theatre writer/composer in the UK and Britain’s foremost director of Greek drama, especially the plays of Euripides. He has worked in theatres across the world on everything from the classics, musicals and family shows to cabaret and cutting edge new writing. He was an Associate Artist of London's acclaimed B.A.C (Battersea Arts Centre) for ten years. He is a former Associate Director of the YVONNE ARNAUD THEATRE in Guildford and THE KING'S HEAD THEATRE, London's senior Off West End venue, He headed graduate writer/director training at London's ARTS EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL where he has also been co-director of the U.K’s leading degree course in Musical Theatre and it's Head of Acting.
He is a recipient of a TMA Award for outstanding direction of a musical, a Peter Brook Award for his out door classical productions and family shows, whatsonstage award nominations for best regional and Off West End productions, a broadwayworld nomination for Best Musical in the UK, a Brooks Atkinson/Royal Court award in New York for playwriting, numerous Off-West End Award nominations and four Spirit of Broadway awards.
In 2012 he was made a fellow of Rose Bruford College where, as an actor, he gained a B.A.Hons in Theatre Arts in the late 1980's