Morten Kiil in An Enemy of the People, Crucible Theatre 2010

Morten Kiil in An Enemy of the People, Crucible Theatre 2010

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Theatre

Humble Boy (George Pye) By Charlotte Jones (Library Theatre Sheffield)
The Ladykillers (Professor Marcus) Director Peter Howard (Library Theatre Sheffield)
Cider with Rosie (Laurie Lee/Narrator) Director Phil Gascoyne (Library Theatre Sheffield)
Deathtrap (Sidney Bruhl) Director Peter Howard (Library Theatre Sheffield)
Albert (Albert) Director Lee Johnson (Front Door Theatre Company)
Housebound (Jim Walker) Director Keith Hukin (National Tour)
Twelfth Night (Toby Belch) Director Sue McCormick (Cotton Grass Theatre Company/Thornbridge Hall)
Dry Rot (Alf Tubbe) Director Peter Howard (Sheffield Library Theatre)
The Importance of Being Earnest (Rev. Canon Chasuble) Director Philip Dart (Vienna's English Theatre)
An Enemy of the People (Morten Kiil) Director Daniel Evans (Sheffield Crucible Theatre)
Noises Off (Selsdon Mowbray) Director Peter Howard (Sheffield Library Theatre)
My Three Angels (Joseph) Director Peter Howard (Sheffield Library Theatre)
There Goes the Bride (Charles Babcock) Director Roger Bingham (Sheringham Summer Theatre)
How the Other Half Loves (Frank Foster) Director Clare Prenton (Sheringham Summer Theatre)
Dead Fish (Gilbert Blackett) Directed by Keith Hukin (National Tour)
I Have Been Here Before (Sam) Director Jeremy Bond (Watford Palace Theatre)
Seasons Greetings (Harvey) Director Seymour Matthews (Sheringham Summer Theatre)
Wife Begins At Forty (Bernard) Director Robert Meadwell (Sheringham Summer Theatre)
Wait Until Dark (Croker) Seymour Matthews (Sheringham Summer Theatre)
The Winters Tale (Old Shepherd/Camillo) Director Neil Sissons (Compass Theatre Company)
Taking Steps (Leslie Bainbridge) Director Seymour Matthews (Sheringham Summer Theatre)
Heatstroke (Sam) Director Robert Meadwell (Jack Watling Productions)
Nobody's Perfect (Gus) Director Nicky Matthews (Jack Watling Productions)
Absent Friends (Colin) Director Barnaby Edwards (Jack Watling Productions)
My Cousin Rachel (Seecombe) Director Nicky Matthews (Jack Watling Productions)
A Shot In The Dark (Lablache) Director Robert Meadwell (Jack Watling Productions)
Toad Of Toad Hall (Badger) Director Genevieve Walsh (Taunton Brewhouse)
Guards, Guards (Sergeant Colon) Director Peter Benedict (2 UK Tours)
George's Marvellous Medecine (George's Dad) Director Deborah Shaw (Chester, Gateway)
Home At Seven (Major Watson) Director Jack Watling (Jack Watling Productions)
And A Nightingale Sang (Andie) Director Nicky Matthews (Jack Watling Productions)
Run For Your Wife (Bobby Franklyn) Director Giles Watling (Jack Watling Productions)
The Candidate (Hombourg) Director Braham Murray (Manchester, Royal Exchange)
Annie (Daddy Warbucks) Director Richard Sampson (Sheffield, Crucible)
The Fantasticks (Hucklebee) Director Dan Crawford (London, Kings Head)
Happy Families (Jack) Director Adrian Lloyd James (Northern Tour)
The Fancy Man (Dr Peach) Director John Langford (Northern Tour)
A Life In The Theatre (Stage Manager) Director Karen Henson (Northern Tour)
George And Margaret (Malcolm) Director Jack Watling (Jack Watling Productions)
Murder By Misadventure (Inspector Egan) Director Nicky Matthews (Jack Watling Productions)
Dead Ringer (Turnbull) Director Ian Soundy (Jack Watling Productions)
Noddy (Mr Plod / The Wily Witch) Director David Wood (UK Tour / Lyric Hammersmith)
Trelawny Of The Wells (Hall Keeper / Telfer u/s) Director John Caird (London, National Theatre)
Night Of The Iguana (Herr Fahrenkopf u/s) Director Richard Eyre (London, National Theatre)
Pygmalion (Cockney Bystander / Butler) Director Howard Davies (London, National Theatre)
Fireman Sam (Station Officer Steele) Director Charles Savage (UK Tour)
West Side Story (Officer Krupke) Director Derek Nicholls (York, Theatre Royal)
Pygmalion (Doolittle) Director Brian Clements (Gawsworth Hall / Open Air)
A Midsummer Night Dream (Bottom) Director Adrian Lawson (Gawsworth Hall / Open Air)
Julius Caesar (Casca) Director Anthony Webb (UK Tour)
Numerous Pantomimes (All Villains / Baron / Alderman / Dame etc)

Over Eighty Previous Amateur Productions.

My Three Angels
Dry Rot
"Roger Bingham and John Moran as Tubbe and Phipps get the best of the action. A particularly funny scene is watching Tubbe teaching Phipps to mount a sofa in preparation for being a jockey. Their Laurel and Hardy routine works beautifully."
-The Star
My Three Angels
"The three convicts performances are terrific and Roger Bingham steals the show as Joseph."
- The Star