Phillip Rowntree


Phillip trained at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. Phillip is Chief Financial Officer of Selladoor Worldwide, formerly Sell A Door Theatre Company, specialising in commercial theatre and production accounting.

Producing credits include: Fame (UK Tour), Madagascar A Musical Adventure (UK Tour), Kindertransport (UK Tour), Of Mice And Men (UK Tour), The Producers (international tour); Jersey Boys (international tour); Peter Pan (Blackpool Winter Gardens); Monty Python’s Spamalot (UK tour); Flashdance (UK tour); Footloose (UK Tour); Guess How Much I Love You (UK Tour), The Crucible (UK Tour), The Quite Remarkable Adventures of the Owl and the Pussycat (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry), Footloose (UK Tour 2016), Little Shop of Horrors (UK Tour), James and the Giant Peach (UK and Middle Eastern Tour), The Broons (UK Tour), American Idiot (UK Tour), Hand to God (West End), Seussical (UK, UAE and Singapore); The Silver Sword (UK tour); American Idiot (West End); Avenue Q (UK tour); Jekyll & Hyde (UK tour); The History Boys (UK tour); Sunset Song (Scottish tour); Avenue Q (UK and Ireland tour); Kidnapped (UK tour); Seussical (West End, 2012 and 2013); Ghosts (UK tour); Sincerely, Mr Toad (UK tour); 1984 (UK tour); Journey’s End (Greenwich Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (UK tour); Sealand (Arcola Theatre); Peter (LOST Theatre); The Man Who Had All the Luck (UK tour); Rainbow (Edinburgh Fringe Festival - Fringe First Award winner); Proof (Greenwich Playhouse and Edinburgh Fringe Festival); The History Boys (Greenwich Theatre); The Hound of the Baskervilles (Greenwich Theatre); Lord of the Flies (Centenary UK tour); A Christmas Carol (Greenwich Playhouse); Spring Awakening (first UK tour); A Taste of Honey (UK tour); The Comedy of Errors (Greenwich Playhouse); Dracula (Dunfermline Alhambra and UK tour); The Railway Children (Edinburgh Fringe); Stitching (Edinburgh Fringe); The House of Mirrors and Hearts (Edinburgh Fringe); The Philanderer (Greenwich Playhouse); Where the Solitary Eagle Flies (Liverpool Unity Theatre); Twelfth Night (Greenwich Playhouse); Blue/Orange (Greenwich Playhouse); Six Ways (Edinburgh Fringe); Falsettoland (Edinburgh Fringe); By Order of Ignorance (Greenwich Playhouse) and Planning Permission (Liverpool Unity Theatre).

Directing credits include: Popular, Around the World in 80 Days, The Switch and Rob and the Hoodies (Vienna’s English Theatre, European tour); Ghosts (UK tour); Sincerely, Mr Toad (UK tour); Seussical (West End, 2012) and The History Boys (Greenwich Theatre).

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