Samantha Spiro - Credits - Theatre


  • The Taming Of The Shrew d: Toby Frow, Shakespeare's Globe
  • Filumena d: Michael Attenborough, Almeida Theatre
  • Company d: Jonathan Munby, Sheffield Crucible
  • Chicken Soup With Barley d: Dominic Cooke, Royal Court Theatre
  • Hello Dolly (Dolly) d:Tim Sheader, Regents Park
    • Best Actress in a Musical - 2010 Olivier Awards
  • Much Ado About Nothing (Beatrice) d: Tim Sheader, Regents Park
  • Twelfth Night (Maria) d: Michael Grandage, Donmar / Wyndhams
  • Funny Girl (Fanny Brice) d: Angus Jackson, Chichester Festival
  • The Family Plays (Mother) d: Joe Hill-Gibbons, Royal Court Theatre
  • Two Thousend Yearsd: Mike Leigh, Royal National Theatre
  • A Little Night Music (Charlotte) d: Gary Griffin Chicago Shakespeare’s Theatre
    • Winner: Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, Joseph Jefferson Awards 2004
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream (Titania/Hippolyta) d: Michael Grandage Crucible, Sheffield
  • Bedroom Farce (Jan) d: Loveday Ingram Michael Codron Plays
  • Merrily We Roll Along (Mary Flynn) d: Michael Grandage Donmar Warehouse
    • Olivier Awards 2001 & Awards 2001 – Best Actress in a Musical
  • As You Like It (Celia) d: Michael Grandage Crucible & Lyric
  • Jumpers (Dorothy Moore) d: Bill Alexander Birmingham Rep
  • Cleo Camping…(Barbara Windsor) d: Terry Johnson Royal National Theatre
  • Roots (Beatie Bryant) d: John Retallack Watford Palace/Oxford
  • As You Like It (Phoebe) d: Polly Irvin W. Yorkshire/Bristol
  • Teechers (Gail Saunders) d: Graham Watts Hull Truck & No 1 Tour
  • On The Piste (Bev Ryan) d: Graham Watts Hull Truck
  • How The Other Half Lovers (Mary) d: Penelope Keith Theatre Royal, Windsor
  • Glyn & ‘It’ (Clara Bow) d: Richard Cottrell Yvonne Arnaud & tour
  • Midsummer Night's Dream (Hermia) d: Delena Kidd London & Middle East
  • Tons Of Money (Simpson) d: David Conville Mercury Th, Colchester
  • Midsummer Night's Dream (First Fairy) d: Ian Talbot Regents Park Open Air
  • As You Like It (Audrey) d: Maria Aitkin Regents Park Open Air
  • Lady Be Good (Daisy) d: Ian Talbot Regents Park Open Air
  • Macbeth (Witch) d: Bill Baunt Regents Park Open Air
  • The Boys From Syracuse (Courtesan) d: Judi Dench Regents Park Open Air

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