Carole Todd

Choreographer / Director

Work as Director/Choreographer in the West End,
includes: Dancing in the Streets ( Cambridge, Savoy and Playhouse)
Santa’s Christmas Adventure  (Ambassadors)
Gyles Brandreth’s Zipp! (Duchess); Girls
Night Out (Victoria Palace); Elvis the Musical
(Astoria, Prince of Wales and Piccadilly); Return to
the Forbidden Planet (Cambridge); Ferry ‘Cross the
Mersey (Lyric); Lily Savage in Snow White (Victoria
Palace); Tribute to the Blues Brothers (Whitehall);
Jack to a King (Ambassadors); The Pocket Dream
(Albery); James and the Giant Peach (Sadler’s
Wells); The Rivals (Boulevard); Wild Oats
(National); La Cenerentola (Royal Opera House);
various Gilbert and Sullivan operas (Sadler’s Wells
and Savoy) and as Resident Director: Hello, Dolly!
(Drury Lane); Peggy Sue Got Married (Shaftesbury);
plus many galas and concerts at the Palladium,
Prince Edward, Strand, Savoy and Drury Lane
including: The Ken Dodd Show, Jerry Herman’s Broadway, with Angela
Lansbury and Bill Kenwright’s Any Dream Will Do
concert, with eight Josephs, all at the Palladium. Also 14 productions at Above the Stag in London - the only professional LGBT fringe theatre in the UK

Worldwide includes: The Mikado in Brisbane,
Sydney and LA; Elvis the Musical in Vancouver and
Sydney; Dancing in the Streets in North America and Canada. Starlight Express in Japan and Australia plus
countless trade shows from Iceland to the Bahamas and
many musicals directed on Cruise Ships from Norway to Western Samoa.

She has directed/choreographed varied straight
productions in UK, ranging from Peter Terson’s
Strippers to Agatha Christie’s only comedy,
Afternoon at the Seaside, and has worked on many
Kenwright productions, including Can’t
Smile Without You - the UK tour based on Barry
Manilow’s music , Laughter in the Rain with the music
of Neil Sedaka, Ferry Cross the Mersey , Simply the Best ( Tina Turner) , Jesus Christ Superstar,  This is Elvis , Elvis the Musical  and the UK hit tour Cilla the Musical
She was with the Dreamboats creative team for all three titles on both the UK tours and at the Savoy and the Playhouse in London.

Television/film work includes: Stravinsky’s
Renard the Fox, Lenny Beige, Morecambe and Wise
and Prick Up Your Ea rs.

She also writes and devises compilation shows and acts for
various artistes and gives occasional Tales of Toddography talks in aid of the Guide Dogs for the Blind. She enjoys living in Brighton – when she gets the chance - and is honoured to be a patron of The Brighton Academy.

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