Steven last appeared at The Court in You Can Always Hand Them Back; Exit The King; Mary Poppins; and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. During the 2016 season he directed Carl Nixon’s commissioned work Matthew, Mark, Luke and Joanne.
Steven’s previous Court credits include: Wind in the Willows; She Loves Me; This Other Eden; Othello; King Lear; Molly Sweeney; Bedbound; Travels with my Aunt; Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me; The Producers; Anything Goes; Don’t Mention Casablanca; and Cabaret.
Other credits include: Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha; M. Guilliard in M Butterfly; Scrooge in A Christmas Carol; Herr Zangler in On the Razzle; Bloody Jack in The God Boy; Van Hesling in Dracula and Grandfather Frank in Over the River Into the Woods for the Fortune Theatre in Dunedin.
His directing credits include, Pirates of Penzance; Serial Killers; The Birthday Boy; Secret Bridesmaids’ Business; Foolish Acts; Middle Age Spread; I’m Not Rappaport; Doubt; The Mystery of Irma Vep; The Raft; The War Artist and the Chapman Tripp winner Take Me Home, Mr.
Steven’s film credits include, Utu Pihikete; Behind the Brush; The Hobbit; and numerous television appearances.
He has just completed filming a political satire in Melbourne, A Bloody Christmas due for release in 2017.