Paul Keating

Paul Keating

Based on the film "Little Miss Sunshine", written by Michael Arndt
Originally Directed by James Lapine
Performed by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) Limited

 Directed by


Paul Keating


Stage credits include: The title role in Kenny Morgan (Arcola Theatre), Elliot Garfield in The Goodbye Girl (Upstairs At The Gatehouse), Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium), Jon in Tick Tick Boom (Duchess Theatre), Jamie in Blowing Whistles (Leicester Square Theatre), Buttons in Stephen Fry's Cinderella (The Old Vic), Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors (Duke of York's Theatre/Menier Chocolate Factory), Travis in Gladiator Games (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Prince of Parma in Don Carlos (Gielgud Theatre), Henrik in A Little Night Music (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre in conjunction with The Donmar Warehouse), Ethan in The Full Monty (Prince of Wales Theatre), Straight Dave in Closer to Heaven (The Arts Theatre, Olivier award nomination for 'Best Actor in a Musical'), Agon in La Cava (Piccadilly Theatre), The Balladeer in Assassins (New West End Theatre), Escape From Pterodactyl Island (Pleasance Theatre), the title role in Tommy (Shaftsbury Theatre - Olivier award nomination 'Best Actor in a Musical), Lost in Yonkers (Novello Theatre) and Gavroche in Les Misérables (Palace Theatre).

Rehearsed Readings: Your Alice (Pinkhouse Productions), Five Ladies Stuck In A Wardrobe by Mike Poulton, Alexander McQueen in Blow by Tim Fountain, The Syndicate by Mike Poulton for Sean Mathias, Frank in This Island’s Mine for The Park Theatre, Prince Lucio in The Sorrow’s Of Satan for FTG Productions, Laika Virgin in Everyone’s Talking About Jamie and Seeming Trust by Mike Poulton at West Yorkshire Playhouse.

TV credits include: Against the Law (BBC), Humans (Channel 4), Holby City (BBC), Injustice (ITV), Eastenders (BBC), Metrosexuality (Channel 4), Secret Britain (Channel 4), Ambassador (BBC), Penpics (Channel 4), Troublemakers (BBC), The Bill (Carlton), Casualty (BBC).
Film credits include: The Brothers Marterana, Strip, Bring Me The Head of Mavis Davis, Jesus Christ Superstar, Hetrosexuality.

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