Jamie Lloyd Company Is Now an Independent Production Company | Playbill

Industry News Jamie Lloyd Company Is Now an Independent Production Company

Forthcoming productions include the U.S. transfers of Sunset Boulevard and The Effect.

Jamie Lloyd Michaelah Reynolds

Jamie Lloyd, acclaimed this past year for his Broadway-bound production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard, announced January 29 that The Jamie Lloyd Company is now an independent production company, following his 10-year partnership with Ambassador Theatre Group.

The company will continue to create stage productions with acting talent from around the world. Its staging of Lucy Prebble's The Effect will transfer to New York's The Shed with further productions to be announced.

In a statement Lloyd said, “It has long been the intention for The Jamie Lloyd Company to become an independent production company, and I am delighted to be beginning this new era with some very exciting new projects that will be announced soon. Our partnership with ATG has been truly special, and I am very grateful for their remarkable support over the last decade. I am looking forward to continuing our relationship with Adam Speers and everyone at ATG Productions when we collaborate on projects in the future.

"The company will work on a slate of current commissions and new projects created with some of the incredible collaborators I’ve worked alongside throughout my career—and, indeed, those artists I’ve yet to have the chance to work with.”

Led by Artistic Director and Executive Producer Lloyd, previous productions include A Doll’s House, The Seagull, Cyrano de Bergerac, Betrayal, The Maids, and Macbeth.

Visit TheJamieLloydCompany.com.

Check Out Production Photos of Jamie Lloyd's Sunset Boulevard on the West End

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