Ian Good – Musical Theatre Consultant

Ian Good – Musical Theatre Consultant


Ian Good has worked in most areas of Theatre starting as a director and moving into acting. Both careers have run parallel with working on or being in many regional, national and international productions.

Ian is also the winner of three, international student drama awards for The Threepenny Opera (America), Of Mice and Men (Germany) and Serious Money (France).

Theatre: The Dumb Waiter; The Devils; The Beaux Stratagem; Thark; The Lesson; The Exception and the Rule, in Newcastle. A Midsummer Night’s Dream; The Odyssey; The Dumb Waiter in Milford Haven. Element of Doubt; Sons of Light; As Time Goes By; The Beggars Opera in Ipswich. National tours of Jesus Christ Superstar, Relatively Speaking, Vanity Fair, King Lear, Threepenny Opera, Faustus.

Television: The Bill (four episodes), Soldier Soldier, Holding On, Brazen Hussies, Blue Peter, When the Boat Comes in, Trial and Retribution (Series One and Two.), Micawber.

Film: Evita, Mountains of the Moon, Some Voices, Lamplight, Anxiety and Dear Rosie (Oscar, Best short film winner)

Directing: Be Prepared at Chichester Festival Theatre and The Actors Stage New York, University Theatre, Newcastle, Equus and Touch of Class, Leeds, By Appointment, Bye the Way, Touch of Class and Robin Hood. Ipswich, The Max Factor, Romantistan, Look Back in Anger, Stags and Hens. Also in New York U.S.A. Torch Song Trilogy at The Actors Studio, Saved at The Yellow Space 53rd Street and Romeo and Juliet with The American Shakespeare Company.

Ian was also Artistic Director of The Dumfries and Galloway Theatre Arts Project from 87 to 89 directing over 20 productions and guest director with Interplay Trust Leeds, Millpond, Newcastle, Clerwood Theatre, Edinburgh, Bill Kenwright Productions, Tour (Resident Director), Rolling Stage, Ipswich, Polka Theatre, London, and many special events up and down the country. He was also UK Supervisor for the UK tour of Hairspray the Musical, directing Michael Ball, Les Dennis, Brian Conley, Nigel Planer and Mickey Dolenz.

Ian is also a regular Director at many Drama Schools, including Arts Educational Schools, London and Tring, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, E15 Acting School, Guildhall and APS London.