New Guests for Mountview LIVE announced

We are very excited to announce our next three guests for the next series our Mountview Live series.  The second instalment begins with Artistic Director of the Young Vic Kwame Kwei-Armah on 6 July, followed by Olivier-Award winning director Stephen Daldry on 13 July, and Academy and Tony award-winning actress Glenda Jackson on 20 July.

Kwame Kwei-Armah will be interviewed by Mountview alumnus Ben Lafayette, while previous host Giles Terera will interview Glenda Jackson. Stephen Daldry will be interviewed by Chair of Mountview’s board Vikki Heywood, with whom he previously co-led London’s Royal Court Theatre. The interviews will be broadcast on Mountview’s YouTube channel.

Giles Terera’s Mountview Live with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda is now available to view on YouTube. Terera starred in the first London run of Hamilton and the two discuss their respective careers, as well as answering questions from our students. The session also features a discussion between Terera and Mountview alumni Cleve September and Ellena Vincent, who both previously appeared in Hamilton as well as In the Heights, another Lin-Manuel Miranda show.

Mountview’s joint CEOs, Stephen Jameson and Sarah Preece, commented:

“We’re delighted to have these three great figures participate in the next Mountview LIVE conversations. All of them will bring their insights and experiences from their remarkable careers to these conversations. Everyone at Mountview thanks them for their commitment to Mountview LIVE which reflects Mountview’s commitment to making the performing arts accessible to everyone.”

Watch the next installment of the Mountview LIVE series on the Mountview YouTube page from 6pm Monday 6 July.

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