Mick Potter

Sound Design

Mick Potter

Credits include: Saturday Night Fever (London, New York and worldwide); Bombay Dreams (London, New York); The Woman in White (London and New York); The Phantom of the Opera (Las Vegas); Evita (London); Zorro - the Musical (London, Paris and worldwide); The Sound of Music (London, Toronto and UK tour); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London); Sister Act (London, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Barcelona and Berlin); Love Never Dies (London, Melbourne, Sydney, Tokyo and Hamburg); The Wizard of Oz (London, Toronto, US tour); Betty Blue Eyes (London); Les Misérables 25th anniversary celebration (O2 Arena, London); The Phantom of the Opera 25th anniversary celebration (London); new The Phantom of the Opera (UK tour, US tour); Evita revival (New York and US tour); Barnum (Chichester, UK tour); From Here to Eternity (London); Miss Saigon (London, Tokyo, New York and worldwide); School of Rock (New York, London, US Tour, Australia); Sunset Boulevard (English National Opera and New York); Cats revival (New York); Half a Sixpence (Chichester and London); Carousel (English National Opera, London); Chess (English National Opera, London); new sound designs for The Phantom of the Opera (London, New York, worldwide) and Les Misérables international 25th anniversary production (London, New York, UK tour, US tour, worldwide).

Awards include: Olivier Award in 2005 for The Woman in White (London); Parnelli Award in 2006 for The Phantom Of The Opera (Las Vegas); Green Room Award Australia in 2011 for Love Never Dies (Melbourne); BroadwayWorld Audience Award in 2013 for Les Misérables (Toronto); BroadwayWorld Audience Award in 2014 for Miss Saigon (London); Helpmann Award Australia in 2015 for Les Misérables (Melbourne) and BroadwayWorld Audience Award in 2016 for Les Misérables (Manila). Nominations include: Helpmann Award in 2011 for Love Never Dies (Melbourne); Tony Award in 2014 for Les Misérables (New York); Green Room Australia in 2014 for Les Misérables (Sydney); Drama Desk Award in 2016 for School of Rock (New York) and Drama Desk Award in 2017 for Cats (New York).