Wuthering Heights, Sheffield Cast

March 17, 2010 at 10:03 am (Casts) (, , , , )

Photo: Merlin Hendy

Wuthering Heights is at Sheffield Lyceum Theatre from Tuesday 16 till Saturday 20 March.

Box office: 0114 249 6000 or book online.

Casts are, as always, subject to change…

Tuesday 16 March

Evening, 7.30pm

Wednesday 17 March

Evening, 7.30pm

Thursday 18 March

Matinee, 2.30pm

Evening, 7.30pm

Friday 19 March

Evening, 7.30pm

Saturday 20 March

Matinee, 2.30pm

Evening, 7.30pm

Wuthering Heights is at Sheffield Lyceum Theatre from Tuesday 16 till Saturday 20 March.

Box office: 0114 249 6000 or book online.

Casts are, as always, subject to change…

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Swan Lake Cast List – Sheffield

March 25, 2009 at 3:26 pm (Artist's News, Casts, General Information) (, , , , , )

The Swans Dance - Photo: HANSON

The Swans Dance - Photo: HANSON

Please Note: All casts are subject to change without notice.

Tue 24 March (eve)

Anthony – Kenneth Tindall
Simon – Christopher Hinton-Lewis
Odette – Keiko Amemori
Odilia – Martha Leebolt
Mother – Nathalie Léger
Father – Steven Wheeler
Young Anthony – Thomas Aragones
Brother – Ben Mitchell

 


 

Wed 25 March (eve)

Anthony – Yi Song
Simon – Darren Goldsmith
Odette –
Jessica Morgan
Odilia – Victoria Sibson
Mother – Nathalie Léger
Father – Steven Wheeler
Young Anthony – Brice Asnar
Brother – Ben Mitchell

 


 

Thu 26 March (mat)

Anthony – Tobias Batley
Simon – David Ward
Odette – Martha Leebolt

Odilia – Georgina May
Mother – Hannah Bateman
Father – Darren Goldsmith
Young Anthony – Thomas Aragones
Brother – Ashley Dixon

 


 

Thu 26 March (eve)

Anthony – Christopher Hinton-Lewis
Simon – John Hull
Odette – Michela Paolacci

Odilia – Keiko Amemori
Mother – Dreda Blow
Father – Steven Wheeler
Young Anthony – Brice Asnar
Brother – Ben Mitchell


Please Note: All casts are subject to change without notice.

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Farewell Steven Wheeler

March 24, 2009 at 3:04 pm (Artist's News, Casts, Company News, General Information) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Steven Wheeler with Charlotte Talbot in A Streetcar Named Desire and Steven as the Wardrobe Master in A Midsummer Night's Dream

Steven Wheeler with Charlotte Talbot in A Streetcar Named Desire and Steven as the Wardrobe Master in A Midsummer Night's Dream

This week Northern Ballet Theatre is performing Swan Lake and the Mixed Programme at the Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield.

Steven as Lord Capulet with Chiaki Nagao as Juliet in Romeo & Juliet

Steven as Lord Capulet with Chiaki Nagao as Juliet in Romeo & Juliet

It is a week tinged with sadness as we say farewell to a popular and much loved character. Senior Artist Steven Wheeler gives his final performances with NBT after 17 years with the Company.

His very last performance will be as Man in a Quandry in Gillian Lynne’s remarkable production, A Simple Man on Saturday evening.

After joining NBT in 1992 Steven has created many unforgettable roles, audiences have particularly enjoyed his portrayal of the Wardrobe Master in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a role that he refers to as his alter ego. Most recently Steven created the role of Hamlet’s Father in David Nixon’s Hamlet, and the Marquis in Cathy Marston’s A Tale of Two Cities.

He says; “I’ll miss the camaraderie of the dancers. We are one huge family and I think that shows on stage.”

David Nixon says: “I would personally like to give my thanks to Steven for the contribution he has made to the Company and for his many memorable performances.”

Steven’s parting message to you is: (Tongue firmly in cheek) “Don’t stop supporting NBT just because I’m not here. There are many other fabulous dancers to support. But seriously, thank you for all your support over the past 17 years, it’s been amazing.”

We’ll all miss you Steven and we wish you the very best for the future. Send your messages for Steven by emailing media@northernballettheatre.co.uk or post them at www.ballet.co.uk and click on NBTtalk.

NBT’s dancers add their tribute to Steven

“My top memory of Steve has to be my first years in the Company when we toured together in my old mini. Two of the tallest guys in the Company driving round in a tiny car with our bags must have looked a sight!
I’ve known Steve since I was eight and spent my entire dancing life with him so it is going to be really strange not having him around. His knowledge of NBT shows will be greatly missed.”
Darren Goldsmith, Leading Soloist

“Steven Wheeler is an amazing person to work with. He is very professional and will always give 100% in each performance (even if it is show 110!). He is also a very caring partner in pas de deux and will always make the girl look good even if he is uncomfortable. Every girl’s dream. Steven is one of my favourite people to work with.”
Ginnie Ray, Junior Soloist

“I think I was lucky to have joined the Company at the same time as Steven so I could spend a lot of time with him. He has been so helpful; when I joined the Company 17 years ago he helped me so I didn’t feel lost. We have had a great time working together and I will miss him so much but I wish him all the best for the future.”
Hironaio Takahashi, Principal Artist

“Steven came to Japan with Hiro and I for our wedding, he was our best man. He helped me chose my head-dress and Hiro’s suits. Steven has always been reliable at work. If he was playing my father, such as Lord Capulet in Romeo & Juliet, his acting and timing were perfect so I could therefore perform my role perfectly. He is so considerate and professional on stage, making sure that I looked good out there.”
Keiko Amemori, Principal Artist

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NBT Kicks Off Sheffield Tour at Meadowhall

March 18, 2009 at 12:43 pm (Classical Training, Events, General Information, Learning & Access, Northern Ballet Theatre Academy) (, , , )

Classical Training

Photo: Darren Goldsmith

Northern Ballet Theatre will be twirling into Meadowhall Shopping Centre in Sheffield on Saturday 21 March for a fun filled event to launch the Company’s Sheffield tour, which runs at the Lyceum Theatre from 24 – 28 March.

Why not come down to Meadowhall on Saturday and watch some of NBT’s most promising students giving several short performances throughout the day and you can even join in yourself with energiser sessions to help you kick start your weekend. The event will be held from 11am – 2pm on Park Lane so there is plenty of opportunity to come along, take part and have some fun.

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