Lucy Pitman-Wallace – Artistic Director
Lucy co-runs Three Legged Theatre Company and has directed the majority of the company’s productions.
She trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. The UK premiere production of The Burial at Thebes by Seamus Heaney for Nottingham Playhouse 2005 earned her a TMA Best Director nomination. She revived The Burial at Thebes for two US festivals – Arts and Ideas in New Haven and the Spoleto Festival in Charleston.
Lucy directed Endgame for the Liverpool Everyman starring Matthew Kelly. Her production of Macbeth played at the Lyceum Edinburgh and Nottingham Playhouse
Other directing credits: Eastward Ho! (part of RSC Swan Season – Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement 2003); reviving The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (RSC Sadler’s Wells); Still Life, Unsecured (National platforms) and Waiting for Godot with Kathryn Hunter (National Studio). Freelance directing includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Blue Room (York Theatre Royal); Custer’s Last Stand, Indian Ink, The Importance of Being Earnest, Woman of No Importance and Way Upstream (Salisbury Playhouse); Tis Pity and The Cherry Orchard (RADA); The Duchess of Malfi; As You Like It; Les Liaisons (New Vic Stoke); Macbeth, Midsummer Night’s Dream and Romeo & Juliet (UK tours).
Her most recent productions included Jane Eyre (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School), She Stoops and Joking Apart (Nottingham Playhouse), Mary Stuart and Much Ado (Malmö Sweden), Elektra (Lund Sweden) and Pygmalion (Uppsala Sweden). Her Cyrano played at Grosvenor Park in Chester, over summer 2013 and The Shawshank Redemption starring Omid Djalili was the hit of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013. Community projects include The Ashampstead Dream.
Clare Horrell – Producer
Clare is co-founder of Three Legged Theatre Company. She has produced all of the company’s shows and films. Previous to her work with Three Legged, Clare spent five years stage managing at the Tower Theatre, Islington and a year working as assistant to the lighting designer and stage manager at the Polish theatre in Hammersmith. She also co-stage managed the inaugural production of Ben Crocker’s Magnificent Theatre Company at the New End, Hampstead.