BATMAN LIVE Worldwide Arena Tour
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BATMAN LIVE – Creative Team
Anthony Van Laast – Creative Director
Choreographic credits for theatre include: Mamma Mia! (worldwide), Sister Act (London Palladium), Bombay Dreams (London and Broadway), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (worldwide), Whistle Down The Wind (London), Jesus Christ Superstar (UK and US), My Fair Lady (US tour); and for film include: Who Dares Wins, Princess Carabou, Hope and Glory, Mamma Mia! and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Direction and staging: Grease (Scandinavia), Chess (UK and European tours), EFX starring Michael Crawford (Las Vegas) and Siegfried and Roy (Las Vegas).
James Powell – Co-Director
Credits include: The Witches of Eastwick (Resident Director - London, Director Australia), Les Miserables (Associate Director-London, Co Director UK Tour, Spain and USA, Director - Berlin), Mary Poppins (Director- UK Tour, Australia, Holland), Dirty Dancing (Director - London, Toronto, Utrecht, Chicago, USA tour, Berlin).
Es Devlin – Set Designer
Design credits for concert and stage include: Lady Gaga, MUSE, Pet Shop Boys, Kanye West, Take That and stage/costume design for Royal Opera House, English National Opera, Glyndebourne, Royal Shakespeare Company, Sadlers Wells and major European opera houses including Barcelona, Hamburg, Vienna and Copenhagen.
James Brett – Music Composer
Composer, orchestrator and collaborator credits for stage and screen include: Walking With Dinosaurs - The Live Arena Show, Planet 51, Disney Worldwide Re-branding, 2012, Crusoe, 10,000BC, X-Men The Movie, Queen's Golden Jubilee Celebrations, Metallica S&M and Band of Brothers.
Simon Baker – Sound Designer
Simon’s Sound Design credits for the Royal National Theatre include: Closer (RNT and Broadway), The Cripple Of Inishman, King Lear, Othello and Blue Remembered Hills, The Day I Stood Still and more recently The Duchess Of Malfi. For Autograph, Simon was Associate Sound Designer on the London Productions of The Witches of Eastwick, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West End and Broadway) and Mary Poppins (all with Andrew Bruce). His Sound Design credits include: The Caretaker, Feelgood, Closer To Heaven, 125th Street, The Play What I Wrote (West End, UK Tours and Broadway), Cats (UK Tour), On Your Toes (with Terry Jardine), Jailhouse Rock, Rebecca, Heroes and the short-lived but much-loved Ducktastic! In 2002 he was the recipient of the International Sound Designer of The Year award from Entertainment Design Magazine.
Patrick Woodroffe – Lighting Designer
Design credits for music, classical, dance, opera and film include: ABBA, Phil Collins, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel, Michael Jackson, Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, Stevie Wonder, Queen’s Jubilee Concerts, Ben Hur Live, Three Tenors, Quidam, Gypsy Passion, High School Musical 3 and This Is it.
Sam Pattinson – Video Director
Video content for concert and stage include: The Rolling Stones Licks Tour 2002 & Bigger Bang Tour 2005, U2 Vertigo Tour 2005 & 360 Tour 2009, Lady Gaga Monster Ball, George Michael 25 Live, Janet Jackson, AC/DC, The Chemical Brothers, Kasabian, Kaiser Chiefs, The Pet Shop Boys Pandemonium Tour, Take That Beautiful World & Circus Tours, Little Britain Live and Robbie Williams.
Jack Galloway – Costume Designer