London Voice and Motion Creative team
Matt Smith -
Musical Director credits include: WaterBabies (Leicester Curve); Taboo (Brixton); We Will Rock You (Stuttgart and Berlin; also setting up the new Basel production); Never Forget (Savoy Theatre & UK tours); Footloose (UK & European tour); This Is Elvis (UK tour); Dancing In the Streets (UK tour); The Rocky Horror Show (European tour); Vampirette (Manchester Opera House); Songs for A New World (Old Fire Station, Oxford) and Aladdin (The Hawth & Venue Cymru – Qdos).
As Musical Director and Arranger: Aladdin, Cinderella and Mother Goose (Palace Theatre, Watford); Bohemian Rhapsody (UK Tour & Monte Carlo) and New Jersey Nights (UK Tour). He has also worked as Assistant Musical Director on Thriller Live (Lyric Theatre).
Peter Rutherford - has studied to become a classical singer and composer after completing an Honours degree in music at the University of NSW. Following immediately with trying out the acting profession by starting an education at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Deciding against the actor's lifestyle, Peter soon realised his faculty and passion lay better in musical direction and arrangement.
Since then he has enjoyed working as a vocal coach for actors and a freelance arranger/composer, as well as performing on stage. He has made some TV appearances on Mornings with Kerri-Anne with professionals such as: Amanda Muggleton, Dennis Olsen, Michael Cormick and Lucy Durack.
Gloria Onitiri - Theatre credits include Rachel Marron in The Bodyguard (The Adelphi Theatre), The Tempest (Bath Theatre Royal), Charlotte’s Web (Polka Theatre), HAIR (Bronowski Productions), Takeaway (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Amphibians (Offstage Theatre), Hurried Steps (New Shoes Theatre), The Lion King (Disney Theatrical). Television credits include Splatatlot (BBC/ ABC/ YTV), The Window (IWC Media, Channel 4), Bad Girls Series 6 (Shed Productions). Film credits include Resurrecting The Street Walker (Scala Films).
Check out Gloria taking over as Rachel Marron in The BodyGuard.
Anabel Kutay - Recent dance credits include Play Without Words, Dorian Gray and Swan Lake, all for Matthew Bourne’s company New Adventures. Musical Theatre work includes Dirty Dancing at the Aldwych Theatre, the UK Tour of Flashdance The Musical, the White Queen in Chess in Concert at the Royal Albert Hall and The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Anabel was also a contestant on BBC’s So You Think You Can Dance.
Oliver Le sueur - Theatre credits include: The Fairy Queen (Glyndebourne); Hamlet; The Taming of The Shrew and Much Ado About Nothing (Bristol Tobacco Factory); Henry V (by William Walton for Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra); Peter Pan (Asian tour); Stravinski's The Soldier's Tale (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra); Hippolytus (Orange Tree Theatre); Perfect Days (Stoke New Vic); The Tempest (UK tour); and King Lear (Bristol Old Vic).
Television credits include: Law & Order, Doctors; Midsomer Murders; Margaret; He Kills Coppers; Murphy's Law; Frankenstein; and The Great Escape.
Radio credits include: The Duchess of Malfi; Fuente Ovejuna; The Archers; An Ideal Husband; and Cyrano De Bergerac.
Bob Harms - Chicago (UK tour) 2001-2002 Swan Lake (world tour) 2002-2003 Moloko's "Forevermore" 2003 Chicago (European tour) 2003-2004 Chicago (Adelphi) 2004-2005 On the town (ENO) 2005 Honda Choir ad 2005 Metro voices VoiceOver work including: "The Da Vinci Code", "Blood Diamond", "300", "Nativity Story" and "Pirates of the Caribbean, dead mans chest" 2005-2006 Footloose alternate Ren (tour and Novello and playhouse) 2005-2007 Dirty Dancing (Aldwych) 2007-2008 Imagine This (New London) 2008 Priscilla (Palace) 2009-2010 Bells are Ringing (Union) 2010 Chicago (Cambridge) 2011 Bright Lights Big City (choreography) ((Bridewell)) 2011 Pippin (Chocolate Factory) 2011-2012 Wonderful Town (tour for exchange theatre) 2012 Jesus Christ Superstar (arena tour) 2012 Merrily We Roll Along (Howard Pinter) 2013 Oliver! (Sheffield Crucible) 2013
Lindsey Wise - Meg in Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty's Theatre), Louise in Carousel (Savoy Theatre), Kim in Showboat (Royal Albert hall) Jemima in Cats (New London Theatre), Iris in Fame (Monaco), On your Toes (Japanese Tour) and Duck in Peter and the Wolf both for Adam Cooper, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium), Kiss Me Kate (UK tour), Emma in The Biz (BBC).
ISTD Teaching Qualification (Honours) Advanced Ballet (ISTD and RAD), Advanced Tap (ISTD), Advanced Modern (ISTD).
Dharmesh Patel -The BodyGuard (Adelphi Theatre) Two Boys; Castor and Pollux (London Coliseum); The Opera Show (Kilworth House); Der Rosenkavelier (London Coliseum); Breaking Convention (Sadler's Wells); Carmen (Royal Opera House); Aida (London Coliseum); Death in Venice (London Coliseum); Palace Tap with Tap Dogs (Buckingham Palace); Mack the Knife (Orchard Theatre); Afrika Afrika Circus; Dodger in Oliver! (Haymarket Theatre).
Television and film credits include: 'Plague' who were runners up in Move Like MJ 2009 (BBC); semi-finalist in Got to Dance(SKY 1); George Sampson's Singing in the Rain; Heads Up Can't Stop Movin.
Check out Dharmesh on 'Got to dance'
Dharmesh performing with 'Plague'