Stephen Clark

Book & Lyrics/Original Story

Stephen Clark became involved with music theatre after studying with Stephen Sondheim at Oxford University in 1991. His first musical, Eyam, was produced at the Old Fire Station and The Bridewell. Stephen went on to receive an Olivier award for his lyrics for the re-worked version of Martin Guerre for Cameron Mackintosh, which then toured Britain and North America.

 

In 2003 his  play Stripped won a Jefferson Award in Chicago (Circle Theatre). Other plays include Takeaway  (Lyric Hammersmith and national tour) and Making Waves at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, as well as  Forbidden City  (Esplanade Theatre, Singapore) and The Far Pavilions (The Shaftsbury Theatre, London). He adapted the libretto of La Traviata for ENO’s new production in 2006. Stephen’s music theatre adaptation of the Mahabharata, music by Nitin Sawhney, opened in 2007 at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, and toured Britain.  In 2010 Stephen completed the book and lyrics for Love Story, music by Howard Goodall, which opened at Chichester June 2010.
 

Stephen Clark passed away in 2016.