Jordan Mullineaux

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Jordan Mullineaux

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Born
Jordan Thomas Mullineaux

November 1993 (age 27–28)
Newport, Isle of Wight, England
NationalityBritish
Education
  • Bachelor of honours in Drama & Theatre Arts
  • Masters of Arts in Producing for Musical Theatre
Alma materUniversity of London
OccupationTheatre Producer
Years active2014–present

Jordan Mullineaux FRSA (born November 1993)[1] is a British Theatre Producer for stage.

In May 2017 Jordan was appointed Producer of Pegasus Opera Company [2] and has produced a broad range of operas and concerts and has worked with various collaborators including Lambeth Youth Symphony Orchestra[3], Streatham Space Project[4], Brixton Bid[5], The Albany[6] and Tony and Olivier winning producer and composer Philip Hagemann of Hagemann Rosenthal Associates.[7][8]

Works in collaboration with Hagemann Rosenthal Associates include adaptations of The Music Cure, and Shaw Sings!, which includes The Dark Lady of the Sonnets and Passion, Poison and Petrifaction. [9]

Jordan has worked for Pegasus Opera Company since 2016. He was initially employed as the company's Artistic Administrator and within a year was appointed as the Producer under the new Artistic Direction of renowned Soprano, Alison Buchanan. Since then, the company has grown exponentially and in 2020 the company was awarded Elevate funding from Arts Council England [10] and Jordan took on the additional role of Agency Director for the organisation [11] as the company implemented an agency, representing diverse, BAME talent in the classical music industry and talent development opportunities. [12]

Early life and Education

Jordan grew up on the Isle of Wight a trained at the Isle of Wight College, a general further education college in Newport, England. [13] Whilst studying on the Isle of Wight Jordan composed music and sang and was signed to a London based record label, Downtown Artists at the age of 18. [14] Unfortunately, despite having recorded two singles for his debut album, Jordan and Downtown Artists parted ways due to creative differences and Jordan applied to university instead to pursue a career in theatre. Jordan did continue to write music and produce for the label [15] until the company dissolved in 2016. [16] Jordan did release one single to Itunes but stated that he did not like the track or the music that was being given to him. [17]

Jordan trained at East 15 Acting School in Acting and Colchester Institute’s Centre of Music and Performing Arts in Musical Theatre under the Andrew Lloyd Webber Scholarship and accredited by the University of Essex. [18] Jordan then achieved an additional bachelor of honours in Drama & Theatre Arts at Goldsmiths, University of London and continued onto a Masters of Arts in Producing for Musical Theatre at Goldsmiths, University of London. [19]

Jordan has worked in consultancy and publicity in addition to his work as a stage producer having worked for organisations that include KTM Arts, a producing company based in London under the direction of international soprano, Katie Milton; [20][21]Ovalhouse Theatre, [22][23] The Black British Classical Foundation,[24][25]War Child[26][27] and Paris Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode for mens Fashion Week in Paris. [28]

Theatre

Jordan left drama school in 2013 landing a role in the ensemble of the critically acclaimed West End Musical Wicked. [29] In 2012 Jordan performed as a swing in the Musical The Twist! [30][31]

Theatre producing credits

  • April Albert's HILDEGARD/KNEF (International Tour (2020-2021)
  • Passion, Poison and Petrification (2020)
  • L'Enfant Prodigue (The Prodigal Son) (2019)
  • Sacre du Printemps (2018)
  • Shaw Goes Wilde: The Music Cure & The Nightingale and the Rose (2018)
  • Celebrate Windrush: A Musical Voyage (2018)
  • The Dark Lady of the Sonnets (2017)
  • Ruth (2017)
  • The Encounter (2015) as Pre-Production assistant
  • John (2014) as Production Assistant

Events

  • The Vulgar Ball Launch Party, Barbican Trust c/o Quintessentially & Co at B1 Victoria House (2016) [32] [33] [34]
  • Carrie Mulligan & Michael Mumford's The War Child Winter Wassail, War Child at LSO St Lukes(2015) [35]

[36] [37]

Art Works

  • Gold: Objectification Theory (2015) at the Wash House Gallery in London [38]
  • Feel good fair (2017) as part of the Artist Collective Crux[39]

at Safe House 1 [40] in Peckham, London.

Awards

At just 25 years old, Jordan was awarded fellowship in the RSA. [41] [42] The Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) is an award granted to individuals that the Royal Society of Arts judges to have made outstanding achievements to social progress and development.

References

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  30. "mixed feelings". Retrieved 8 April 2019.
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  38. "twitter.com/chrislanelonmet". Retrieved 8 April 2019.
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  41. "thersa.org fellowship". Retrieved 8 April 2019.
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