Background: Mick began his career in 1961 as an electrician and then went on to direct 10 plays for the Worcester Rep from 1967-1972.
Theatre: Body Language, Othello, Taking Steps, One Over The Eight, The Revengers’ Comedies, Wildest Dreams (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Time of My Life (SJT and West End); Communicating Doors (SJT, Chicago); Mrs Warren’s Profession, Death of a Salesman, The Caretaker, The Trojan Ware Will Not Take Place, A Little Hotel On The Side, A Chorus of Disapproval, Tons of Money, A View From A Bridge, A Small Family Business, ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore, Fuente Ovejuna, The March on Russian, Man, Beast and Virtue, Invisible Friends, Angels in America, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Square Rounds, Stages, Mr A’s Amazing Maze Plays, Sweeney Todd, The Devil’s Disciple, Dealer’s Choice (National Theatre); Passion Play, The Danton Affair and Wildest Dreams (RSC); The Fighting Cock, Steaming, Crystal Clear, Messiah, Circe and Bravo, Other Places, Sweet Bird of Youth, Breaking the Code, The Best of Friends, You Can Never Tell, Steel Magnolias, Veteran’s Day, The Cherry Orchard, Vanilla, Never The Sinner, Bookends, Man of the Moment, The Caretaker, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Cellmates and Morning and Evening (West End); Wonderful Tennessee (New York); The Pinter Festival and Molly Sweeney (Dublin).
Opera: The Wexford Festival from 1982-85 and Don Pasquale (ENO) He lit all the plays at the Chichester Festival Theatre from 1966-1969 and from 1974-1979. From 1978-1982, he was Lighting Consultant for the Hong Kong Arts Festival.
In 1986, he won the Harvey Award in Dublin for Frank McGuinness’s Innocence (The Gate).
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