Jason Carr - Credits

Music for Plays

for London’s National Theatre

The Rose Tattoo directed by Steven Pimlott and Nicholas Hytner, starring Zoe Wanamaker.
Les Parents Terribles by Jean Cocteau/Jeremy Sams dir. Sean Mathias starring Sheila Gish, Frances de la Tour, Alan Howard and Jude Law - also on Broadway as Indiscretions starring Kathleen Turner, Eileen Atkins, Roger Rees, Jude Law and Cynthia Nixon
Mary Stuart by Schiller/Jeremy Sams dir. Howard Davies, starring Isabelle Huppert and Anna Massey
The Children’s Hour by Lillian Hellman dir. Howard Davies, starring Claire Higgins, Harriet Walter, Gillian Barge and Emily Watson
Sleep With Me by Hanif Kureshi, dir. by Antony Page (world premiere)

for the Royal Shakespeare Company

Unfinished Business by Michael Hastings, dir. Steven Pimlott (world premiere)
Measure For Measure by Shakespeare dir. Steven Pimlott, starring Michael Feast, Alex Jennings and Stella Gonet
Richard III by Shakespeare dir. Steven Pimlott, starring David Troughton and John Nettles
Photo of Richard III Elizabeth (Susan Brown), Edward IV (Robin Nedwell) and Richard (David Troughton). Photo: Ivan Kyncal
As You Like It by Shakespeare dir. Steven Pimlott, starring Niamh Cusack
The Learned Ladies by Moliere dir. Steven Pimlott, starring Roger Allam, Caroline Blakiston, John Quayle, Niamh Cusack and Jane Gurnett
Henry VIII by Shakespeare dir. Gregory Doran, starring Jane Lapotaire
Camino Real by Tennessee Williams dir. Steven Pimlott, starring Susannah York, Leslie Philips and Peter Egan
Photo of Camino Real Casanova (Peter Egan), Gutman (Leslie Philips) and Marguerite (Susannah York). Photo: Zuleika Henry
Twelfth Night by Shakespeare dir. Adrian Noble, starring David Calder, Clare Holman and Stephen Boxer
Talk of the City written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff (world premiere)
Photo of Talk of the City Milly Dews (Sian Reeves), Robbie (David Westhead)and Company
Bad Weather by Robert Holman dir. Steven Pimlott (world premiere)
Antony and Cleopatra by Shakespeare dir. Steven Pimlott, starring Alan Bates and Frances de la Tour
RSC Band Jason Carr with Richard Brown and the RSC band, just after an unscheduled appearance on the last night of Antony & Cleopatra at the Barbican Theatre as part of the on-stage band!
Richard II by Shakespeare dir. Steven Pimlott, starring Samuel West and David Troughton
Hamlet by Shakespeare dir. Steven Pimlott, starring Samuel West

for the Donmar Warehouse

Suddenly, Last Summer by Tennessee Williams dir. Sean Mathias, starring Sheila Gish and Rachel Weisz (Warehouse Productions at the Comedy Theatre)
The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams dir. Sam Mendes, starring Zoe Wanamaker
Design For Living by Noel Coward dir. Sean Mathias, starring Rachel Weisz, Paul Rhys and Clive Owen

in London

And Then There Were None And Then There Were None And Then There Were None
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, adapted by Kevin Elyot, dir. Steven Pimlott, starring Tara Fitzgerald, Richard Johnson and Gemma Jones
The Provok'd Wife by Vanburgh dir. Lindsay Posner for the Peter Hall Company (Old Vic)
A Doll's House by Ibsen dir. Antony Page, starring Janet McTeer (Playhouse and on Broadway)
Eurovision written and directed by Tim Luscombe (Vaudeville - world premiere)
Cyrano De Bergerac by Rostand dir. Elijah Moshinsky, starring Robert Lindsay and Stella Gonet (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Snow Orchid dir. Tim Luscombe (Gate -British premiere), starring Jude Law
Venecia dir. Rebecca Gatward (Gate - British premiere)

at Chichester

Fortune's Fool dir. Gale Edwards
A Christmas Carol dir. Sean Holmes
The Seagull dir. Steven Pimlott
Midsummer Night's Dream dir. Gale Edwards
Three Women and a Piano Tuner dir. Samuel West at Minerva Theatre, Chichester
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Master and Margerita dir. Steven Pimlott
5-11 by Ed Kemp, dir. Steven Pimlott
5-11 Alistair McGowan as King James in 5-11

and around Britain

The Romans in Britain by Howard Brenton dir. Samuel West at the Sheffield Crucible
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Vieux Carré by Tennessee Williams dir. Steven Pimlott at Nottingham Playhouse starring Mary McCloud, Jonathan Cullen and Michael Fitzgerald