Morello Stage Productions Ltd is a London based production company dedicated to providing a platform for women and ethnically diverse playwrights in Theatre and Television. The company draws upon over 35 years experience working in all areas of the media and theatrical industry.

Producer (This Stage Ltd) – Sue Knox

Sue's first project was The Freshman Experiment, a project with Kerrigan and Lowdermilk that combined blogging with musical theatre creation.

In March 2010, This Stage Limited introduced Show Off!, a musical theatre piano bar night inspired by the piano bars of New York City. Show Off!, which is now in its sixth year, takes place every second Friday night at Koha in Covent Garden.

This Stage Limited was proud to present the London premiere of Paul Scott Goodman’s Bright Lights, Big City in November 2010.

In September 2014, a new This Stage Limited production entitled London Omnibus had its premiere. London Omnibus was a programme of four newly-commissioned short plays inspired by bus journeys through London.

Sue's next production, Accidents and Emergencies, is another programme of short works, but this time the pieces are musicals.

Producer / PR (Two PR) – Peter Ross

Peter Ross has over 25 years experience in the music industry covering artist management, events, brand and public relations. He has procured artists for and directed live concerts and shows for audiences of up to 120,000 people at every conceivable type of venue from theatres to football stadiums to festival sites and even Buckingham Palace.

In the world of musical theatre Peter has worked with West End International, Robert Mackintosh International and Dewynters, creating concert events and brand partnerships with West End shows such as Once, From Here to Eternity and Memphis.

Peter has served on the voting panel for the Brit Awards and his artist client awards include Grammy’s, Mercury’s and MOBO’s.

Artists Peter has presented in concert include Michael Ball, Donny Osmond, Russell Watson, Tony Hadley, Lulu, Toyah Wilcox, Jools Holland, The Sugababes, Paul Young, Kim Wilde, Lemar, Blue, Atomic Kitten, Martin Fry, Liberty X, Belinda Carlisle, the Human League, Royal Philharmonic and Halle Orchestras and many, many more.

Since 1999 Peter has represented Yamaha Music (UK) for PR along with other notable music brand and artist clients. He is passionate about music education and was instrumental in developing Yamaha’s Jazz Scholarship programme and helping nurture new talent via the multi-award winning Astar Studios, owned by producer son Andy that has ranked among Europe’s top 4 recording studios for the past two years at the Pro Sound Awards.

Writer – Yildiz Hussein

Yildiz received a BA Honours degree in Drama and English at Worcester University. Yildiz is an established actress turned writer from a Turkish Cypriot background.

Theatre credits include:

Helen Miller in Bugle Boy(UK Tour); Understudied and played the Acid Queen in Tommy (UK Tour), Soul Girl in Jesus Christ Superstar (UK Tour), Miss Hot Stuff in Hot Stuff (Leicester Haymarket Theatre & The Curve), the Tribe in the musical Hair (Oslo Spektrum), Alexi Darling, understudied and played Mimi in Rent (Prince of Wales Theatre), Frenchie in the musical Grease (Pattichion Municipal Amphitheatre), The Politician in NHS-The Musical (Plymouth Theatre Royal), Godspell (UK Tour), Helen in One Tiny Million Plays About Britain (Jersey Arts Centre), Margo in My Family and Other Animals (Jersey Arts Centre), Sharon in Who Ate All The Pies (Tristan Bates Theatre).

Television and film credits include:

Kamile in the episodes Swallowers and The Long Goodbye, (Casualty BBC), the Mother in the short film Chicken Soup (Rocliffe Productions) and the feature film Mamma Mia (Star Play Productions, Pinewood Studios)