Bill KENWRIGHT

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1945-09-04
Education Liverpool Inst HS for Boys
Publications N/A
Recreations football
Clubs N/A
Style Bill Kenwright, Esq, CBE
Career stage and film producer; actor 1964-70, theatre prodr 1970-; exec prodr Theatre Royal Windsor chm and prodr Olivier Awards Soc of London Theatres; chm Everton FC 2004- (dep chm 1999-2004); hon prof Thames Valley Univ; Hon Dr: John Moores Univ Liverpool, Nottingham Trent Univ; >ir< current West End productions: Cabaret (Savoy), Blood Brothers (Phoenix), Dreamboats and Petticoats (Wyndhams), Soul Sister (Savoy), Volcano (Vaudeville), Written on the Heart (RSC Duchess), Three Days in May (Trafalgar), The Pitmen Painters (Duchess), The Wizard of Oz (Palladium), The Country Girl (Apollo), Bedroom Farce (Duke of York's), A Daughter's a Daughter (Trafalgar), One the Waterfront (Haymarket), Woman in Mind (Haymarket), Plague Over England (Duchess), Sunset Boulevard (Comedy), The Vortex (Apollo), Absurd Person Singular (Garrick), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Adelphi), The Lette (Wyndhams), Treats (Garrick), The Glass Menagerie (Apollo), Cabaret (Lyric), The Canterbury Tales (RSC Gielgud), The Crucible (RSC Gielgud), Whistle Down the Wind (Palace), A Man for All Seasons (Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Night of the Iguana (Lyric), Scrooge (London Palladium), A Few Good Men (Haymarket), The Big Life (Apollo), Elmina's Kitchen (Garrick), Festen (Lyric), All's Well that Ends Well (RSC Gielgud), Hay Fever (Haymarket), Filumena (Piccadilly), The Gift of the Gorgon (Wyndhams), The Taming of the Shrew and The Tamer Tamed (RSC Queen's), The Secret Rapture (Lyric), the RSC Jacobean season (Gielgud), Via Dolorosa (Duchess), Sleuth (Apollo), The Constant Wife (Lyric), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Lyric), Ghosts (Comedy), Fallen Angels (Apollo), Long Day's Journey into Night (Lyric), Brief Encounter (Lyric), Miss Julie (Haymarket), Stepping Out (Albery), Hurlyburly (Queen's), Lady Windemere's Fan ((Haymarket), Passion (Queen's), Company (Albery), The Miracle Worker (Wyndhams), No Man's Land and Moonlight (Comedy), Mind Millie for Me, The Master, A Streetcar Named Desire (all Haymarket and directed by Peter Hall), The School of Wives (Piccadilly), Hamlet, An Absolute Turkey (both Gielgud), Lysistrata (Old Vic, Athens), Separate Tables (Albery), She Stoops to Conquer (Queen's), Waiting for Godot, The Misanthrope, Major Barbara, Kafka's Dick (all Piccadilly); Broadway productions: Blood Brothers (Music Box Theatre) 1993-95, A Doll's House (Belasco Theatre) 1997, The Chairs (Theatre de Complicite, Golden Theatre) 2000; prodr Peter Hall Co season (Picadilly): Waiting for Godot, The Misanthrope, Major Barbara, Filumena, Kafka's Dick; prodr (dir by Sir Peter Hall, >ir<): Mind Millie for Me (Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Master Builder (Theatre Royal Haymarket and Toronto), Hamlet (Gielgud), An Absolute Turkey (Globe), The Gift of the Gorgon (Wyndham's), Lysistrata (Old Vic, Athens and Wyndham's), Separate Tables (Albery), She Stoops To Conquer (Queen's); as dir incl: Whistle Down the Wind, Joseph, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, Blood Brothers; >ir< Stepping Out 1991, The Day After the Fair, Zoe, Cheri, Broken (Best Br Ind Film 2013); >ir< winner numerous awards incl: Tony Awards, Olivier Awards, Evening Standard Awards, Scouser of the Year 1991 and 1992, gold badge BASCA; nominated London Theatre Critics' Award (for West Side Story) and Tony Award (for Blood Brothers)
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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