Accompanied by an electrifying classical-rock fused score, Mozart! tells the story of the man behind the music. A child prodigy with the brightest of futures and life torn between brilliance and self-destruction.
Séimí, an Irish theatre director, and graduate of Trinity College Dublin and the Royal Irish Academy of Music. He co-founded Trinity Musical Theatre; directing the multi award nominated and winning Evita and West Side Story. He is Artistic Director and Producer of DYMT; Ireland’s national musical theatre training company, where he directed the award-nominated Phantom of the Opera and the nationally acclaimed Jesus Christ Superstar. Séimí is guest Musical Theatre Tutor on the MA in Drama Education at Trinity College.
Other directing credits include: Daisy the Musical (Diorama Arts Centre), Dumbshow (Mountview), A Chorus Line (Trinity College), Puttnam Plays Puttnam (National Convention Centre). This summer Séimí will direct the UK premiere of Disney & Stephen Schwartz’s My Son Pinocchio at Southwark Playhouse, and a revival of Oliver! in An Grianan Theatre, Ireland.
Credits as Resident Director/ Assistant include: Currently: Amour (Charing Cross Theatre), Come From Away (Phoenix Theatre), Regent Park Open Air Theatre’s Jesus Christ Superstar (Barbican). Previous: Cereal Café (The Other Palace), Sweeney Todd (Shoreditch Town Hall).
Grace, from Newcastle, graduated in Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh in 2018. Her producing credits include the UK premiere of Tom at the Farm (Bedlam), Spring Awakening (Edinburgh Fringe), The Marriage of Figaro (Assembly Roxy) and The Improverts (Ed Fringe). She was President & Treasurer of the EU Shakespeare Company, and Events Manager for Edinburgh Studio Opera. She is Executive Director of lagahoo productions, and is currently Assistant Producer to Ellie Claughton for productions including It’s True, It’s True, It’s True and Trojan Horse. Grace has worked as a Junior Publicist for Premier Comms and Marketing Assistant for Meadow-Rosenthal and Target Live. She has also worked with Global Musicals and Improbable. Grace has performed in over 30 productions, has choreographed Guys & Dolls (Churchill Theatre) and she directed and choreographed a sell-out run of Sondheim’s Company at Edinburgh Fringe 2017.