Julius Green

Julius Green

Julius has over 150 plays and musicals to his credit as an independent theatre producer and a further 100 as Senior Producer for Bill Kenwright Ltd, a post he held for ten years. Highlights have included Russian dance company Derevo’s La Divina Commedia, six productions written and directed by Steven Berkoff, and Richard Cameron’s The Glee Club (Duchess); and, for Bill Kenwright Ltd, the West End premieres of The Big Life (Apollo) and Agatha Christie’ A Daughter’s A Daughter (Trafalgar Studios), and Rufus Norris’ productions of Festen and Cabaret (both at the Lyric).

Julius has produced and managed productions in the West End, on Broadway and on tour in the UK, America, Asia and throughout Europe. He has served on the Board of Management of the Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and the Board of Directors of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, is a Director of the Academy of Circus Arts and is Creative Director of Cirque Berserk.

He is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Birkbeck Centre for Contemporary Theatre, University of London, where he teaches on the MA course in Creative Producing. He also teaches on the Central School of Speech and Drama’s MA course in Creative Producing and is a teacher and member of the Advisory Panel for the National Film and Television School’s Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Producing for the Creative Industries.

Julius is a regular columnist for The Stage newspaper and his book How To Produce A West End Show was published in 2012.  His book Curtain Up: Agatha Christie – A Life in Theatre was published by HarperCollins in September.