Stephen Mear

Stephen Mear

Co- Choreographer

Two-time Olivier Award winner – Mary Poppins, Co-Choreographer with Sir Matthew Bourne (for which they also received a La Drama Circle Critics award, a Helpmann Award in Australia and a nomination for a Tony and a Drama desk award for Best Theatre Choreography - Broadway/National Tours/UK Tours), Stephen’s second Olivier Award was for Hello, Dolly! at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

 Olivier Award Nominations include: Gypsy (CFT/Savoy); Kiss Me, Kate (CFT/Old Vic), Crazy for You (Regent’s Park/Novello), Sweet Charity (Chocolate Factory/Theatre Royal), Sinatra (Palladium/UK Tour), Singin’ In The Rain (WYP/National, received the What’s on stage award in 2001 for Best Choreography) and Soul Train (WYP/Victoria Palace).

Theatre credits:

Theatre Marigny - Paris – Guys and Dolls (Director/Choreographer) 2019

Royal Albert HallGuys and Dolls Concert Version (Director/Choreographer) 2018

ENO - Chess, Sunset Boulevard (Broadway 2017), On the Town

Théâtre du Châtelet - Paris- 42nd Street (Director/Choreographer), Singin’ In The Rain (Grand Palais 2017) and On the Town

Kilworth House Theatre- Top Hat (Director/Choreographer), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Director/Choreographer) 

Donmar WarehouseCity of Angels, The Vote and The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

Curve TheatreWhite Christmas (2018) and Scrooge The Musical

Chichester Festival TheatreMack and Mabel (UK Tour), The Pajama Game (Shaftsbury), She Loves Me (Dir/Chor), Amadeus, Music Man, Funny Girl, How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, Putting it Together and The Grapes of Wrath.

Milwaukee RepGuys and DollsDreamgirls and Ragtime

Broadway– Die Fledermaus and The Little Mermaid

Other West End and Rep Theatre credits include Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang (West Yorkshire Playhouse, UK Tour), Gigi (Regents Park), Stephen Ward (Aldwych), Betty Blue Eyes (Novello); Shoes (Director/Choreographer)(Sadlers Wells/Peacock), Me and My Girl (Crucible, Sheffield), Anything Goes (National/Theatre Royal), Acorn Antiques The Musical (London/UK Tour)

TV creditsGypsy Live at the Savoy, The Tracey Ullman Show, Psychobitches with Samantha Spiro as Judy Garland and Sheila Reid as Margot Fonteyn, Acorn Antiques the Musical, So You Think You Can Dance and Victoria Wood's Christmas Special.

Music Videos:

Number 1 – By Goldfrapp

The Importance of Being Idle – By Oasis