Mark Rubinstein Ltd is an established theatre producing and general managing company working in the West End and on tour both nationally and internationally.
Mark Rubinstein Ltd is currently producing and general managing Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Duke of York’s Theatre and Tour), Once (Phoenix Theatre, London), Beautiful, The Carole King Musical (Opening in London February 2015), La Soirée (International tour including recent six month season at Union Square Theatre, New York and forthcoming London Season) and the UK tour of War Horse on behalf of the National Theatre.
Recent projects include: A Doll’s House (Duke of York’s and BAM, New York), Punchdrunk’s The Drowned Man (Temple Studios, Paddington), the West End transfers of the National Theatre’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time and of Untold Stories, Sweeney Todd (Adelphi), Blind Date (Charring Cross), Butley (Brighton Festival and Duchess Theatre), the European tour of Fela! (Holland Festival and Sadler’s Wells Theatre).
Other projects include: the European and UK tours of The Young Vic Theatre’s The Beauty Queen of Leenane and I am the Wind, several seasons of La Soirée (South Bank Big Top – special installation, Roundhouse and International Tours), The Three Musketeers a new musical with music by George Stiles (UK première Rose Theatre Kingston, Christmas 2010), La Clique (London Hippodrome, Roundhouse and International tour – Olivier Award: Best Entertainment), the West End transfer of the National Theatre’s War Horse (New London Theatre), two productions from South Africa’s Isango Portobello Company – The Magic Flute – Impempe Yomlingo (Duke of York’s Theatre and International tour – Olivier Award: Best Musical Revival) and The Mysteries – Yiimimangaliso (Garrick Theatre), Arturo Brachetti: Change (Garrick Theatre, Olivier Award nominated for Best Entertainment). Other projects include Eddie Izzard’s Stripped (Lyric Theatre), Desperately Seeking Susan – a new musical featuring the songs of Blondie (Novello Theatre), Glengarry Glen Ross with Jonathan Pryce and Aidan Gillen (Apollo Theatre), Hergé’s Adventures of Tintin directed by Rufus Norris (UK Tour and Playhouse Theatre), Teenage Kicks – a new play about John Peel (Edinburgh Festival), The Drowsy Chaperone (Novello Theatre), Bent with Alan Cumming (Trafalgar Studios), Sunday In The Park With George – winner of five Olivier Awards (Wyndham’s), Otherwise Engaged with Richard E. Grant and Anthony Head (UK Tour and Criterion Theatre), Tom and Viv (Almeida Theatre), Stephen Dillane’s solo Macbeth (Almeida and International Tour), the European premiere of David Mamet’s Romance (Almeida), Whose Life is it Anyway? with Kim Cattrall (Comedy Theatre), By the Bog of Cats with Holly Hunter (Wyndham’s), Hamlet directed by Trevor Nunn (The Old Vic), Dylan Moran’s West End run of Monster II (Palace Theatre), Eddie Izzard’s UK Arena tour of SEXIE, David Mamet’s Sexual Perversity in Chicago with Matthew Perry, Minnie Driver, Hank Azaria and Kelly Reilly (Comedy Theatre), The Bomb-itty of Errors (New Ambassadors Theatre), Macbeth directed by Ed Hall with Sean Bean and Samantha Bond (Albery), Benefactors by Michael Frayn, directed by Jeremy Sams with Neil Pearson and Emma Chambers (Albery), Jesus Hopped The A-Train directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman (Arts Theatre), David Mamet’s Speed-the-Plow directed by Peter Gill with Mark Strong, Patrick Marber and Kimberly Williams (tour and New Ambassadors), the world tour and West End run of the acclaimed RSC/Young Vic production of Goldoni’s A Servant to Two Masters adapted by Lee Hall, the West End premiere of Connor McPherson’s Port Authority and several tours of Paul Hodson’s adaptations of Bill Bryson’s Notes From a Small Island and Down Under.
Mark Rubinstein Ltd provides consultancy services to The National Theatre, The Royal Opera House, Punchdrunk, the Criterion Theatre and for several years produced the main house productions for the Young Vic Theatre.
Mark Rubinstein was the elected President of the Society of London Theatre form 2011 to 2014 and is the current Vice President. He was previously the chair of the Finance Committee of the Society. He is also a member of the board of the Theatre Development Trust and Stage One. He was previously a member of the board of Complicite and The Mousetrap Foundation.
Mark Rubinstein has also been producer for Made in Brighton Ltd and Old Vic Productions plc and a consultant for The Old Vic Theatre. For Old Vic Productions plc he produced and general managed the West End runs of Frank McGuinness’s Dolly West’s Kitchen, Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues and The Island. For six years he was Finance Director of the Royal Court Theatre and general managed the successful transfers to the West End of Death and the Maiden, Oleanna, Six Degrees of Separation, My Night with Reg and The Queen and I.
Previously he was General Manager at the Institute of Contemporary Arts before becoming Senior Producer for Bill Kenwright Ltd where he produced numerous touring and West End productions including Peter Hall’s productions of A Streetcar Named Desire and A School for Wives and the Peter Hall Company in the West End (season included Judi Dench in Filumena and Alan Bennett’s Kafka’s Dick with Julia McKenzie, Eric Sykes, and John Gordon-Sinclair), as well as Broadway transfers of The Dolls House with Janet McTeer and Theatre de Complicite’s production of The Chairs.