I have been very fortunate to work with some very creative companies and friends over the past few years. A small number of them are listed here, with links to their websites and work online.

Thomas Köllen, my very talented academic friend, for whom I've proof-read several publications in my other job, at

Stage-ed, for whom I've designed and taught workshops on everything from Ancient Greek Theater and theater practitioners, to Shakespeare, Miller and Steinbeck, for children from 3 to 18, at

Open House Theatre, Austria’s new English-language theatre company, also presenting site-specific Shakespeare in English and German, at

Vienna’s English Theatre, at

Pitlochry Festival Theatre, at

Chris Stuart Wilson, performer, teacher, and choreographer of Hello, Dolly! at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, at

Richard Baron, director of A Chorus of Disapproval and Lady Windermere’s Fan at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, at

Guildford Shakespeare Company, at

Apollo Theatre Company, at

Artifice Theatre, at

Creation Theatre, in Oxford, at

The Brockley Jack, who stage a wonderful annual new writing festival at

Farnham Repertory Theatre, which has maintained professional theatre in Farnham, Surrey, since the closure of the Redgrave Theatre, at

York Theatre Royal, at

Winchester Theatre Royal, at

Tall Stories, for whom I’ve worked as an actor, and as a co-deviser for Room On The Broom, at

Big Wooden Horse Theatre Company, at

The Children’s Theater, Minneapolis, which hosted The Gruffalo for several months of its North American tour, at

Worbey and Farrell, some of whose show I translated into German for their recent appearances in Bayern and Köln, at

Junges Theater Bonn, for whom I co-translated Der Grüffelo, from the English version by Tall Stories, at

Sweet, a new musical for which I have written the libretto, based on the tale of "Hansel and Gretel", at

Scott Jones, my very talented actor friend, who is an equally talented therapeutic masseur at

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