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This is a list of plays that our records show Julia trevelyan OMAN has been a designer for. Restart your search.

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A Sleep of Prisoners St Thomas's Church, Regent St, London 1960-1961
Murder in the Cathedral St Dunstan's Church, Stepney, London 1960-1961
Brief Lives Hampstead Theatre 1966-1967 This production later went on tour around the world.
Alice in Wonderland Television Production 1966-1967 BBC TV production, broadcast 28 December 1966
Country Dance Hampstead Theatre 1966-1967
Brief Lives BBC Television 1967-1968 Recorded on 4 Feb 1968, Studio TC 6.
Brief Lives Golden Theatre, New York, USA 1967-1968
Charge of the Light Brigade, The Film Version 1967-1968 Julia Trevelyan Oman's design work consisted of advising on sutiable locations for filming & acquiring certain props
Brief Lives Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-Upon-Avon 1967-1968
No No No London Weekend Television 1968-1969 Adapted & translated by Michael Meyer and Casper Wrede. Broadcast 16 March 1969.
Laughter in the Dark 1968-1969 Julia Trevelyan Oman is not credited as designer on this film in the official crew lists, but worked in this capacity. The film was released in 1969.
Enigma Variations, The Royal Opera House, London 1968-1969 First performed on 25 October 1968. Because the corps line-up changed from night to night, it is not possible to list the dancers.
Brief Lives Criterion Theatre, London 1968-1969
40 Years On Apollo Theatre, London 1968-1969
Merchant of Venice, The National Theatre, London 1969-1970
Merchant of Venice, The Old Vic, London 1969-1970 National Theatre
Julius Caesar Film Version 1969-1970 This film version was shot in 1969, and released early 1970.
Straw Dogs 1970-1971 This film was released in 1971, but was refused a cinematic release in the UK because of its violent content.
Eugene Onegin Royal Opera House, London 1970-1971 This porduction has had several revivals
Getting On Theatre Royal, Brighton 1971-1972 The production opened in Brighton on 28 Sept 1971, and moved to Queen's Theatre, London, in October.
Othello Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-Upon-Avon 1971-1972
Un Ballo in Maschera Hamburgische Staatsoper 1972-1973 First night: 30 March 1973
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 1973-1974 This production was frequently revived in subsequent years
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 1974-1975
Month in the Country, A Royal Opera House, London 1975-1976 This ballet was frequently revived in subsequent years
Royal Ballet Hippodrome, Bristol 1975-1976 Performed: Enigma Variations and La Bayadere
Bunbury (The Importance of Being Earnest) Burgtheater, Wien (Vienna) 1976-1977
Country Wife, The National Theatre, London 1977-1978 Stewart Trotter co-directed. Julia Trevelyan Oman (designer) may have left the project early, or only been involved in a limited capacity
Die Fledermaus Royal Opera House, London 1977-1978 The production opened on 31 December 1977. Colin Davis was Musical Director
Hay Fever Danmarks Radio (Danish TV) 1978-1979 This TV production was recorded in January 1979
Hay Fever Lyric Theatre, London 1979-1980 Production based on version recorded for Danish TV, Jan 1979
Die Fledermaus Royal Opera House, London 1979-1980 Gala charity performance in the presence of HM the Queen Mother
Hay Fever Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, Surrey 1980-1981
Wild Duck, The Lyric, Hammersmith, London 1980-1981
Swan Lake Metropolitan Theatre, Boston, USA 1980-1981 This production opened in Boston in March 1981, and was performed as part of the Nureyev Festival at the London Coliseum, June-July 1981 (Nureyev did not dance with the company during its US run). The "regular" cast changed frequently.
Shoemaker's Holiday, The National Theatre, London 1980-1981 Opened 19 June 1981 in the Olivier Theatre
Die Csardasfurstin Staatstheater, Kassel 1981-1982 The first night of this production of the opera was 6 February 1982
Separate Tables Television Production 1982-1983 This was an HTV production, broadcast originally on HBO Theatre cable channel in USA, March 1983 (where it won an ACE award for Art Direction). It was broadcast in the UK (ITV network) on 31 Dec 1983.
Otello Kungliga Teatern, Stockholm 1982-1983 Royal Swedish Opera production; opened 29 Jan 1983.
Month in the Country, A Royal Opera House, London 1983-1984 Revival of 1976 production
Arabella Glyndebourne 1983-1984 This opera was performed again at Glyndebourne in 1985, and revived regularly thereafter
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 1984-1985 No cast entries have been made, as the cast changed daily. This production was revived frequently in subsequent years.
Arabella Glyndebourne 1984-1985
Consul, The Edinburgh Festival 1985-1986 This Connecticut Grand Opera production was put on at the Leith Theatre, Edinburgh, on 23, 24, 26 & 28 August 1985. It was subsequently put on at the Klein Auditorium, Bridgeport, USA on 29 Nov 1985, and The Palace Theatre, Stamford, Connecticut, on 30 Nov 1985.
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 1985-1986 The dancers changed nightly, so cast names have not been added
Eugene Onegin Royal Opera House, London 1985-1986 This production was staged by Richard Gregson and conducted by Sir Colin Davis. It was a revival of the original 1971 Peter Hall production.
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 1986-1987
Man For All Seasons, A Chichester Festival Theatre 1986-1987 This production opened in July1987, and later transferred to the Savoy Theatre, London (opening night 19 October 1987), where Charlton Heston took the role of Sir Thomas More
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 1986-1987
Mr & Mrs Nobody Garrick Theatre, London 1986-1987
Man For All Seasons, A Theatre Royal, Bath 1987-1988
Eugene Onegin Royal Opera House, London 1987-1988 This production was staged by Wilfred Judd & conducted by Mark Ermler. The original 1971 production was produced by Peter Hall.
Best of Friends, The Apollo Theatre, London 1987-1988
Month in the Country, A Royal Opera House, London 1988-1989
Arabella Glyndebourne 1988-1989 Revival of original John Cox production, 1984 (&1985)
Die Fledermaus Royal Opera House, London 1988-1989 This was a revival of the 1977 production (with a new libretto by John Mortimer)
Enigma Variations, The Royal Opera House, London 1988-1989
Month in the Country, A Royal Opera House, London 1989-1990 Choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton. No cast list insert.
Die Fledermaus Royal Opera House, London 1990-1991 Season included a special performance on 31 December 1990 featuring guest appearances by Marilyn Horne, Luciano Pavarotti and (her farewell to Covent Garden) Dame Joan Sutherland
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 1990-1991 This was a revival of the original 1984 production
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 1991-1992
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 1991-1992
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 1992-1993
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 1993-1994 This was a revival of the original 1984 production
Month in the Country, A Royal Opera House, London 1993-1994 Choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton.
Enigma Variations, The Birmingham Hippodrome 1994-1995 This production was a Birmingham Royal Ballet revival of the original 1968 Royal Ballet production, choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 1994-1995
Month in the Country, A O'Keefe Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada 1994-1995 This presentation was based on the 1976 Royal Ballet production at the ROH
Arabella Glyndebourne 1995-1996
Beatrix Minerva Theatre, Chichester 1995-1996 Adapted from the writings of Beatrix Potter by Patrick Garland and Judy Taylor. Opened at Minerva Studio Theatre, Chichester, on 21 August 1996, and subsequently toured to Malvern, Plymouth, Guildford, Richmond, Bath & Windsor, Sept-Nov 1996.
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 1996-1997 This was a revival of the original 1984 production.
Beatrix Theatre Royal, Bath 1996-1997 Adapted from the writings of Beatrix Potter
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 1996-1997
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 1997-1998 This was a revival of the orignal 1984 production
Enigma Variations, The Sadler's Wells, London 1998-1999 This Royal Ballet production was a revival of their original 1968 production, choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 1999-2000
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 1999-2000 Revival of 1984 production. Peter Wright had been knighted by the time of this production. The cast changed nightly, so no actor entries have been made.
Enigma Variations, The Birmingham Repertory Theatre 2000-2001 This Birmingham Royal Ballet production was a revival of its 1994 revival of the original 1968 Royal Ballet production, choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton.
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 2000-2001 This was a revival of the original 1984 production. Peter Wright had been knighted by this time. The cast changed nightly, so no actor names have been entered.
Month in the Country, A Royal Opera House, London 2001-2002 Original choreography by Sir Frederick Ashton (1976)
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 2001-2002 This was a revival of the original 1984 production. Peter Wright had been knighted by this time. The cast changed nightly, so no actor names have been entered
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 2001-2002
Nutcracker, The Royal Opera House, London 2002-2003 This was a revival of the original 1984 production. Peter Wright had been knighted by this time. The cast changed nightly, so no actor names have been entered.
La Boheme Royal Opera House, London 2006-2007
Forty Years On Apollo Theatre, London
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