"Clever... Well-researched...Funny... "
"An absolute gem of a show... A fantastic production... My goodness does it shine."
"Our House sparkles througout, flowing like vintage champage... It's a credit to the skills of director Max Reynolds."
"Lively... Energetic... A real treat."
West End Wilma
"Director Max Reynolds ingeniously places his cast in the auditorium... It brings the house down."
"This production is undeniably a hoot! ... Truly the perfect blend of funny, tragic and totally relatable - Five Stars ."
"This production is everything a musical should be and more... This show has a fresh and funny approach... Unmissable - Five Stars."
"Max Reynolds weaves reality, comedy and pure staginess seamlessly from the moment you enter the auditorium... Go and see this show!"
"A side-splitting smash from the opening number to the final curtain... A gloriously fun evening - Five Stars."
"This West End transfer got a wildly enthusiastic response... They Loved it! "
"Director Max Reynolds has assembled some tremendously gifted talents for this production and got absolutely everything out of them - the director's job description delivered... Is there a better night's entertainment in the theatre right now? I doubt it! "
Max Reynolds is a London-based Director with credits in musicals, plays, pantomime and new writing. Most recently he was the UK Associate Director on the New York transfer of Spamilton at the Menier Chocolate Factory and the Resident Director on the Number One UK Tour of Hair.
Max is represented by Russell Smith Associates.
Max is currently the Associate Director on The Pirate Queen at the London Coliseum.
Theatre credits as Director include:
Ushers: The Front of House Musical (The Arts Theatre, London); Can’t Stop It – Another New Musical (The Other Palace); Miracle on 34th Street (UK Tour); My Cousin Rachel, September Tide and Noel Coward’s Relative Values (all for Paul Taylor-Mills and Bill Kenwright at The Theatre Royal, Windsor); Through the Mill (London Theatre Workshop); All Shook Up (The Bernie Grant Arts Centre, London); Aladdin (Stratford Arts House, Stratford-upon-Avon); A Family Affair (Vienna’s English Theatre, Austrian Tour); Spring is Forever (RADA); Our House (QDOS Entertainment at the Orchard Theatre, Dartford); When Midnight Strikes (The premiere musical at the Marlowe Studio, UK); The Witches of Eastwick and Zombie Prom (both for The Quarterhouse Theatre, UK); I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Tower Theatre, UK).
Theatre credits as Associate Director:
Spamilton (The Menier Chocolate Factory); Ruthless! (The Arts Theatre, London); Thoroughly Modern Millie (UK Tour); Disaster! (UK Premiere at the Charing Cross Theatre); Little Shop of Horrors (UK Tour); Avenue Q (UK Tour and Hong Kong).
Theatre credits as Resident Director:
Hair (UK Tour and the 50th Anniversary London Production at The Vaults).
Theatre credits as Assistant Director include:
Children of Eden (Prince of Wales, West End); Vampirette (The world premiere of a new musical at the Manchester Opera House); Seussical (The Arts Theatre, London); Search for a Twitter Star (Lyric Theatre, West End); The Boy Friend (Her Majesty's Theatre, West End); J.M.Barrie's Mary Rose (Riverside Studios, London) and Sleeping Beauty (Richmond Theatre, London).
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