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Paul Groothuis

Sound Design

Paul Groothuis

Born in Holland, Paul studied Stage Management at Central School of Speech and Drama graduating in 1981. Credits at the National Theatre Include: Anything Goes, Anthony and Cleopatra, His Dark Materials, Edmond, Henry V, The Coast of Utopia, My Fair Lady, Hamlet (1987, 2011), The Oedipus Play, Summerfolk, The Merchant of Venice, The Rose TaFoo, RaGa RaGa, Candide, Oklahoma!, Oh, What a Lovely War!, A Life Night Music, Lady in the Dark, Guys and Dolls (NT 1990, Savoy 2015); Sunday in the Park With George, Sweeney Todd, Carousel, Follies, The House of Bernarda Alba, Buried Child, Henry IV Parts I & II, All my Sons, The Cherry Orchard, Plough and The Stars, Follies. For Mathew Bourne’s New Adventures: The Midnight Bell, Nutcracker, Highland Fling, Sleeping Beauty, Edward Scissorhands, Play Without Words, Red Shoes, Dorian Gray, The Carman, Romeo and Juliet. For Chichester Festival Theatre: South Pacific, Panama Game, Private Lives, Neville’s Island, Gypsy, Guys and Dolls, Sweeney Todd, Mack and Mabel, The Young Chekhov’s, Damsel in Distress, Sweet Bird of Youth, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead; Kiss me Kate, Travels with my Aunt, Ros, Oklahoma! Also: The King and I (London Palladium, UK tour, NT, West End, Tokyo); Oliver! (Palladium, Drury Lane, UK Tour); Mary Poppins (UK, Austria Germany, Holland & USA Tour, and 2nd UK Tour); Marguerite (West End and Tokyo); Acorn Antiques; Children’s Hour; Flare Path. For Hampstead Theatre: Loyalty, 55 Days, Chariots of Fire, Rabbit Hole, Good People, Cost Of Living, Filthy Business, I and You. Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Waiting for Godot (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Stephen Ward (London), Harvey (UK tour and London), The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole at 13 3/4 the Musical at Leicester Curve. Showboat (Sheffield and New London), Everybody’s talking about Jamie (Sheffield and West End) The Height of the Storm (West end and Broadway), A German Life (Bridge Theatre) Paul is a Creative Associate with Mathew Bourne’s New Adventures

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