David Lucas trained at the Guildford School Of Acting and enjoyed a 17 year performing career working with many leading industry creatives. Donmar Warehouse credits – Grand Hotel and Merrily We Roll Along. National Theatre credits include: Singin’ In the Rain, Luther, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
West End credits – Singin’ In The Rain (Palace Theatre), Cats (New London Theatre), original cast of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Dominion Theatre), Oklahoma! (National Theatre at the Lyceum Theatre). Other theatre credits include – Funny Girl, 42nd Street, Singin’ In The Rain (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh), Gigi, Love’s Labour’s Lost, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Where’s Charlie? (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), Naked Boys Singing (King Head/Arts Theatre), European premiere of White Christmas (Plymouth Theatre Royal), The Wizard of Oz (Birmingham Rep), Orlando (Royal Opera House), Macbeth (Southwark Playhouse), Romeo and Juliet (Clwyd Theatr Cymru), Teechers (Eye Theatre), The Taming of the Shrew (Stafford Castle), Beauty and the Beast (RSC), Zastrozzi (Cockpit Theatre London), The Pirates of Penzance (Theatre on the Lake Bromley), Dancin’ in the Street (Oldham Coliseum), Puss in Boots (Newbury Corn Exchange). Workshops include – Sitios (Royal Court Theatre), Merry Wives (RSC), Alfie (Palace Theatre Watford). Television credits – The Bill (Thames talkback), The Gist (BBC). Creative Work – Co-Writer/Co-Choreographer/Co-Performer for Monty and Mirabella (children’s TV pilot – Red Shaw Waters Productions); Assistant choreographer to Adam Cooper’s Olivier Award nominated choreography on Grand Hotel (Donmar Warehouse); Assistant director for Sweeney Todd (National Youth Music Theatre, Rose Theatre, Kingston) and Choreographer for Romeo and Juliet (The Marlowe Society/Cambridge University), Do I Hear a Waltz (Landor Theatre) and Romeo and Juliet (Liverpool Playhouse).
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