Christopher Shutt


Christopher Shutt's credits for Bristol Old Vic include Coram Boy and Far Away. For the National Theater, Mr. Shutt has worked on War Horse (Tony Award, NY Drama Desk Award, Olivier Award nomination), From Morning to Midnight, The Effect, The White Guard, Burnt by the Sun, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (Olivier nomination), Philistines, Happy Days, Coram Boy (Olivier nomination), Not About Nightingales, and Machinal .
He was worked on the following productions for Complicite: A Disappearing Number, The Elephant Vanishes, Mnemonic (NY Drama Desk Award), Noise of Time, Street of Crocodiles, and Three Lives of Lucie Cabrol.
Mr. Shutt's other credits include Macbeth; Playboy of the Western World and All About My Mother (Old Vic); Piaf (Olivier nomination), The Man Who Had All The Luck (Donmar); Ruined, Judgment Day (Almeida); Love and Information, Serious Money, and Road (Royal Court); Blasted (Lyric Hammersmith); All My Sons (Broadway); Bacchae and Little Otik (National Theatre of Scotland); Tempest, King Lear, Much Ado, King John, and Romeo and Juliet (RSC); and Arturo Ui.
For BBC Radio, Mr. Shutt has worked on A Shropshire Lad, Tennyson's Maud, and A Disappearing Number.
Current as of March 2014
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