Tom Pye has worked with a diverse range of directors around the world in theatre, TV, film, opera and dance. Collaborations include Peter Brook, Sally Wainwright, Deborah Warner, Simon McBurney, Jonathan Kent, Diane Paulus, Chen Shi-Zheng, Yuri Possokhov, Maria Friedman, Phelim McDermott, David Leveaux, James McDonald, Phyllida Lloyd, Tom Morris, Fiona Shaw, Nicholas Hytner and Pierre Audi.
Select Broadway Credits
Long Day’s Journey into Night (starring Jessica Lange), The Testament of Mary (Fiona Shaw), All My Sons (starring John Lithgow & Dianne Wiest), The Glass Menagerie (starring Jessica Lange); Fiddler on the Roof (starring Alfred Molina, TONY Nomination), Cyrano de Bergerac (starring Kevin Kline) and Medea (starring Fiona Shaw).
Additional Theatre Highlights
Dusty (UK Tour), Fanny and Alexander (The Old Vic), Young Chekhov Trilogy – Platonov, Ivanov, The Seagull (Royal National Theatre / Chichester Festival), High Society (Old Vic), Invisible Thread (Second Stage / A.R.T.), The Wolf from the Door, The Low Road, Fewer Emergencies (Royal Court), Major Barbara, Happy Days, The Powerbook, Mother Courage, Measure for Measure (National Theatre) and Juliet and Her Romeo (Bristol Old Vic).
Film & Television includes
Gentleman Jack (BBC/HBO) and To Walk Invisible (BBC, PBS) both by Sally Wainwright, Gloriana, A Feast at Midnight, Christie Malry’s Own Double Entry, Richard II (BBC), Twelfth Night (Channel 4), Just William (BBC) The Helen West Casebook (ITV) and The Late Michael Clark (BBC).
Select Opera Credits
Cosi Fan Tutte, The Death of Klinghoffer, Eugene Onegin (ENO and The Metropolitan Opera co-productions), Akhnaten (ENO, L.A. and Met Opera), Aida (ENO, Geneva, Houston Grand Opera), Riders to the Sea (ENO), St John Passion (English National Opera), Thebans (ENO, Theater Bonn), Messiah (ENO, Opera Lyon), The Turn of the Screw (ROH), Crossing (World Premiere, American Repertory Theater), Cunning Little Vixen (Glyndebourne), Miss Fortune (Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Bregenz Festival), Elegy for Young Lovers (ENO at the Young Vic), Death in Venice (La Scala, Premio Franco Abbiati della Critica Musicale Italiana winner), Le Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni (Opera National de Lyon) and The Rape of Lucretia (Bayerisches Staatsoper Munich).