Joe C Brown is currently Associate Programmer and Producer for Assembly Festival. Previously he was Production Associate for Emma Brunjes Productions, where he both line managed the theatre department and general managed a wide variety of commercial productions. Credits included: Arlene! The Glitz. The Glamour. The Gossip. (UK Tour), Joe Stilgoe and his Big Band (Lyric Hammersmith), Joe Stilgoe: A Celebration of Gene Kelly (LSO St Lukes), Dead Funny(Vaudeville Theatre), Nina Conti: In Your Face(Criterion Theatre, Sept ‘16), My Fair Lady: 60th Anniversary Concert (St Paul’s Church) and Grumpy Old Women (UK Tour 2016).
In Summer 2016 Joe was the lastminute.com Edinburgh Comedy Awards Administrator. Joe is regularly the Project Manager for Storystock – A Circus Of Stories creating family friendly festivals in spaces across London. Credits include: Clapham Omnibus, Bush Theatre and Selfridges.
Prior to joining Emma Brunjes Productions Joe worked for the Royal Shakespeare Company on their production of Matilda The Musical in London’s West End. Joe has previously worked for the Bush Theatre, Theatre 503 and Theatre Royal Stratford East.
As an Independant Theatre Producer credits include: Velma Celli’s West End Christmas (Underbelly Christmas in Leicester Square), La Boheme (Trafalgar Studios 2), Strangers In Between (Trafalgar Studios 2), Hair The Musical (The Vaults), tick, tick… BOOM! (Park Theatre), I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard (Finborough Theatre), Iconic – A Brief History of Drag (Underbelly Festival, Southbank & St. James Studio), Exactly Like You (Old Red Lion Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Underbelly, Crazy Coqs and Vault Festival), Andy Capp The Musical (Finborough Theatre), Dirty Laundry (Latitude Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Underbelly), Lost in the Neuron Forest (for Bread & Goose – UK tour) and Hurried Steps (for New Shoes Theatre – Three UK tours).
Assistant Producer credits include: Rags The Musical (for Aria Entertainment – Lyric Theatre), Othello (for Suba Das – Broadway Theatre, Barking), Hope, Light and Nowhere (for Suba Das – Clapham Omnibus, Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Underbelly), The Hit (Hotel Indigo) and Stigma (Houses of Parliament).
Joe is kindly supported by the Stage One Bursary Scheme for New Producers.