PAUL WARWICK GRIFFIN
With an international career spanning some thirty years, Paul has an extensive list of credits in just about every aspect of the theatrical arena from actor to director and producer.
Paul’s directing credits include Tell Me On A Sunday, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime, Sunset Boulevard, Chess (which he also adapted with Sir Tim Rice), Evita and Disney’s High School Musical – Live on Stage in South Africa, Hong Kong, China and Taiwan.
Paul lives in London where his West End credits include Associate Director at the prestigious Old Vic Theatre for Sean Mathias’ production of Aladdin, The Theatre Royal Haymarket’s production of Waiting For Godot, starring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart and Associate Director to Matthew Warchus for Ghost - The Musical for the West End, UK Tour, US Tour and South Korea. He has been a guest director for the Royal Academy of Music as well as London’s ArtsEd.
Recently, Paul directed the UK premier of Xanadu and was Associate Director for the West End (Old Vic) and Broadway (August Wilson) seasons of Groundhog Day, a new Musical with Book by Danny Rubin and Music and Lyrics by Tim Minchin.
Paul is a founding partner of GWB.