The future of Wimbledon Studios is in jeopardy after its landlord warned the London TV and film complex could be sold unless a new external investor is found to upgrade the facilities.
Panther Securities boss Andrew Perloff said several million pounds are needed so the studios can host audience-based quiz and talent shows that bring in higher fees.
Wimbledon Studios’ present fare is lower-income dramas and comedies such as Thatcher biopic The Iron Lady and sitcom Grandma’s House.
Prices have jumped since Panther paid £5 million for the site in 2010.
James Haire, Producing Director Emeritus ARTISTIC Andy Donald Associate Artistic Director Michael Paller Dramaturg Janet Foster Director of Casting & Artistic Associate Allie Moss Artistic Administrator Ken Savage Assistant Producer Jessica Katz Artistic Fellow Resident Artists Anthony Fusco Domenique Lozano Craig Slaight Associate Artists Marco Barricelli, Olympia Dukakis, Giles Havergal, Bill Irwin, Steven Anthony Jones, Andrew Polk, Tom Stoppard, Gregory Wallace, Timberlake Wertenbaker Playwrights Annie Baker; Mike Bartlett; David Byrne; Jean-Claude Carriére, Peter Brook, and Marie-Hélène Estienne; Robert Lepage; Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh; Ursula Rani Sarma; Tom Stoppard Directors Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne; Robert Lepage; Domenique Lozano; David Muse; Carey Perloff; Ken Rus Schmoll; Alex Timbers Choreographers Val Caniparoli, Annie-B Parson Composers/Orchestrators Mark Bennett; David Byrne, Fatboy Slim, Tom Gandey, and J Pardo; David Coulter; Karl Lundeberg; Nick Perloff-Giles and Brendan Aanes Musical Directors Daniel Feyer Designers John Arnone, Andrew Boyce, Marsha Ginsberg, Ken Mac Donald, Daniel Ostling, Scenic Jessie Amoroso, Beaver Bauer, Linda Cho, Alex Jaeger, Jennifer Moeller, Costumes Lap Chi Chu, Russell Champa, Robert Hand, Nancy Schertler, Robert Wierzel, Lighting Brendan Aanes, Mark Bennett, Jake Rodriguez, Sound Coaches Nancy Benjamin, Lisa Anne Porter, Voice, Text, and Dialect Jeffrey Crockett, Voice and Text Stephen Buescher, Movement Jonathan Rider, Danielle O’Dea, Fights Daniel Feyer, Music PRODUCTION Audrey Hoo Production Manager Robert Hand Associate Production Manager Michelle Symons Assistant Production Manager Walter Ryon Conservatory Production Manager Haley Miller Conservatory Design & Production Coordinator Maeve Morgan Conservatory Design & Production Coordinator Marlena Schwartz Production Fellow Stage Management Head Stage Manager Elisa Guthertz Stage Managers Megan Q.
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internationally recognized for its groundbreaking productions of classical works and bold explorations of contemporary playwriting. T.'s commitment to the commission, development, and production of new works by local, national, and International Artists. Other world premiere productions presented and commissioned under Perloff include a new adaptation of The Caucasian Chalk Circle (2010), CHester Bailey (2016), The Difficulty of Crossing a Field (2002), High Society (1997), Monstress (2015), Stuck Elevator (2013), Tales of the City: A New Musical (2011), and The Tosca Project (2010). was the reconstruction of The Geary Theater after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, which caused extensive damage to the theater's roof and proscenium. Perloff also played a pivotal role in the purchase and renovation of The Strand Theater, located in San Francisco's Central Market neighborhood. to present new work and emerging artists, expand education programs, and produce theater in versatile and innovative ways.
James Perloff argues against the fact of evolution and the theory of Charles Darwin that seeks to explain it.
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now has multiple state-of-the-art performance spaces, a significant endowment, the only freestanding M. Most of all, it has an audience that any artistic director could only dream of: adventurous, supportive, diverse, generous, and loyal. At the same time, I am truly excited to finally have the chance to explore my own work--as a director, playwright, and book author--without carrying all of the administrative burdens of an institution. Not only is she an extraordinary artistic director, but also a gifted playwright, author, producer, director, teacher, mentor, and consummate fundraiser.
Deborah Speer with Pollstar Pro interviewed Perloff about how his urban planning education impacted his career in the entertainment industry.