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Cameron Mackintosh (uncredited)

Cameron Mackintosh

From the age of eight when Cameron Mackintosh was taken to a matinee of Julian Slade's musical Salad Days he has never wanted to be anything other than a producer of musicals. Beginning as a stagehand at London's Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, he later became an acting ASM on the national tour of Oliver! and by the age of twenty he started to realise his dream. His first productions were small scale tours but within a short time he had produced his first musical Anything Goes which opened out of town, transferred to the Saville Theatre in London's West End and closed after a fortnight. Undeterred Cameron returned to his initial musical inspiration and revived Salad Days. During the 1970s he continued to produce numerous tours, notably Godspell which ran almost continuously for five years.

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Theater Look-in: Les Misérables

Company members from Les Misérables provide an insider's look into the production.