Approximately Right Productions in association with Park Theatre presents
SIMON EVANS AND DAVID AULA l DIRECTORS
POLLY SULLIVAN l DESIGNER
STUART WEBB l LIGHTING DESIGNER
ROBERT MOUTREY l SOUND DESIGNER
JAMES ASQUITH l PRODUCTION MANAGER
NATHALIE GUNZLE l STAGE MANAGER
ERIN RUTTER l PRODUCTION ELECTRICIAN
IMOGEN BOND l SCRIPT EDITOR
WILLIAM TROTTER l VOICE WORK
SIMON EVANS l DIRECTOR
For Park Theatre: Almost, Maine.
Theatre includes: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Donmar Warehouse); The Dazzle, Bug, Fool For Love (Found 111); Alligators (Hampstead Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Southwark Playhouse); The Vanishing Man (Vaults and UK Tour); Hannah (Unicorn); The Speed Twins (Riverside Studios); The Silence of the Sea (Trafalgar Studios); The Shawshank Redemption, Laura Marling - Live, Miller’s Crossing (Secret Cinema); Thom Pain - Based on Nothing (Print Room); Madness in Valencia (Trafalgar Studios); Cyrano De Bergerac, The Misanthrope (White Bear, Kennington); Apple Pie (Riverside Studios); Skyscraper (Public, NY); Devolution (Theatre 503); Firefly Heartbeat (Tristan Bates); The Exonerated (site specific, Newcastle); Hours Till Autumn (Riverside Studios); Pause to Wonder (Hen and Chickens, Islington); Insite (Battersea Barge); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wade (Old Vic New Voices); The New Magic Show, The Bacchae – After Euripides, Dracula (C Venues, Edinburgh Fringe); A Delicate Balance (ADC) and Arcadia (Amey Theatre, Abingdon).
Simon was Resident Assistant Director at the Donmar Warehouse in 2012 where he worked on productions including Richard II, Inadmissable Evidence, Anna Christie, Schiller’s Luise Miller, Moonlight, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. He was Staff Director at the National Theatre and Creative Associate at the Bush Theatre.
DAVID AULA l DIRECTOR
David and Simon created The Vanishing Man and performed it to sell-out audiences at Vault Festival and on tour with House Theatre. He also worked with Simon on Madness in Valencia (Trafalgar Studios); The Misanthrope (White Bear Theatre) and Shawshank Redemption (Secret Cinema). With writer Jimmy Osborne, he co-created the adaptation of Ian McEwan’s The Cement Garden (Vault 2014); the award-winning Maisie Says She Loves Me (Paines Plough Roundabout) and MEAT (Theatre 503).
David directed the ‘lost’ John Osborne play, Personal Enemy, taking it from the White Bear Theatre, London to Theater59E59, New York. He has developed a number of interactive immersive experiences with Heritage Arts Company. His next production is The Rain God with Pronk!. David is Creative Director at React, a global learning company.