One on One: Mike McGee Interviews Paul Hutton

Paul Hutton’s theatre credits include: Ensemble and cover Uncle Henry/Guard/Professor Marvel/Oz in The Wizard Of Oz (Leeds Playhouse); Silly Billy in Beauty & The Beast (Shaw Theatre, London); Jacob/Potiphar in Joseph (Kilworth House Theatre ); Hanky Panky/Genie in Aladdin (Wakefield Theatre Royal; Ensemble in Evita (Phoenix Theatre); Harry Trevor in Kiss me Kate (Kilworth House Theatre); Ensemble and cover Mr Braithwaite in Billy Elliot The Musical (UK and Ireland tour); Ensemble and cover Santa/Mr Greenway in Elf – the Musical (Dominion Theatre, Theatre Royal Plymouth and Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin); Ensemble and cover Max Bialystock in The Producers (UK Tour); Baker in Into the Woods (Ye Olde Rose and Crown); Mr Bascombe/Starkeeper and Doctor in Carousel (Arcola Theatre); various roles in Unmythable (New Zealand and UK tour); Wishee Washee in Aladdin (Enchanted Entertainment, Dorking); Sophocles/Tantalus in Olympia – workshop (Richard Darbourne Ltd); Strepsiades in Socrates and His Clouds (Jermyn Street Theatre); Showtime (the Spa, Bridlington); King Kevin in Sleeping Beauty (the Castle Theatre, Wellingborough); Freddie in Mack and Mabel (Southwark Playhouse); Durdles in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Landor Theatre and Arts Theatre); Huntsman in Giselle (Royal Opera House). Upcoming performances: Hairspray UK Tour.

Hear what Paul Hutton has to say to RDU on Stage’s West End Correspondent Mike McGee about theater, dream roles, and more.

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