From 1999, until the end of 2009, Julian Stoneman was the General Manager of the West End production of Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus’ Mamma Mia!. He was also the International Associate Producer on all sixteen worldwide foreign language productions of Mamma Mia! (including Hamburg, Stuttgart, Essen, Moscow, Tokyo, Utrecht, Madrid, Barcelona, Seoul, Daegu, Oslo & Stockholm).
JSA provides a full management service to theatre producers and investors in the UK and internationally. Julian Stoneman, Stella Littlechild, Ffion Jones and James Mullan have worked in the theatre industry for many years and their combined expertise has seen them associated with numerous award-winning shows and workshop productions.
West End productions include: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, staring Adrian Lester & James Earl Jones; Billy Elliot the musical; Kristina at the Royal Albert Hall; Leslie Jordan: My Trip Down The Pink Carpet; A Christmas Carol starring Sir Patrick Stewart; Aspects of Love; Breath of Life starring Dame Judi Dench & Dame Maggie Smith; Cabaret; The Caretaker starring Sir Michael Gambon & Rupert Graves; City Of Angels; Closer; Grease the musical (London & UK tour); Lady in the Van starring Dame Maggie Smith; Les Liaisons Dangereuses starring Adam Cooper (Japan); Mandy Patinkin in Concert; Miss Saigon; Saturday Night Fever (London & UK tour); Sweeney Todd; Three Tall Women starring Frances de la Tour & Dame Maggie Smith.
Off West End / Workshop productions include: The Virtuous Burglar (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Seensee Musical Company’s Dancing With Shadows; ACDC’s Brian Johnson’s Helen Of Troy; Moon Landing; Pushing Up Poppies; Boy George’s Taboo; Definitive Theatre’s Urinetown; Irvin Berlin’s White Christmas and Back To Reality.
Julian Stoneman has also worked with both the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. He is also on the Campaign Board for Historic Royal Palaces, the charity that cares for Kensington Palace, the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Kew Palace and Banqueting House. Julian also sits on the board of management for the Society Of London Theatre (SOLT).