Joseph Smith    John Brant

Olivier Award-winning producer Joseph Smith together with Producer John Brant, have combined a wealth of experience across commercial and subsidised theatre in London, on Broadway and around the world. In May 2014 they will transfer and general manage the critically acclaimed revival of The Chichester Festival Theatre production of The Pajama Game directed by Sir Richard Eyre to the Shaftesbury Theatre. Following this they will Executive producer the West End transfer of the Tony Award winning Broadway musical Memphis by David Bryan and Joe DiPietro.

Previous producing credits include: Rob Ashford's hit revivals of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Broadway, 2011/12), which variously starred Daniel Radcliffe, Darren Criss and Nick Jonas; and Promises, Promises (Broadway, 2010) which starred Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth; Jonathan Kent's production of Sweeney Todd (West End, 2012) which starred Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton, winner of 3 Olivier Awards including "Best Musical Revival", 5 Awards including "Best Musical Revival" and the Evening Standard Theatre Award for "Best Musical"; Million Dollar Quartet (West End, 2011) and the acclaimed musical Spring Awakening (West End, 2009), winner of 4 Olivier Awards including "Best Musical" and the Critics' Circle Award for "Best Musical".

Joseph is currently Executive Producer for Old Vic Productions (OVP) in London, where he represents the company in its role as co-producer, alongside Working Title Films, of Billy Elliot The Musical, and is Chief Executive of Stage One.

For more information on The Pajama Game and to book tickets go to

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