Stickman Productions is a non-profit making theatre company, formed in 2010 by Adam Case and Kevin Jones.  It’s aim is to support unusual and exciting theatre productions in artistic, technical and financial capacities.


Executive Producer Adam Case

Adam has a strong presence on the local theatre scene, he was resident production/stage manager for the multi-award winning group Footlights Youth Theatre, technical manager for Southampton Operatic Society, judge for the Rock Challenge and a supporter of numerous other local theatre companies.

Artistic Director Kevin Jones

Kevin started Stickprod with Adam in 2010.

He has now worked professionally on productions in Edinburgh and London, and is one of the creatives behind the new award-winning show ‘Tomorrow, Maybe’. 

Kevin is also a drummer and has played throughout the UK and at major festivals including T in the Park and Benicàssim

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Director and Associate Artist Rebecca Bailey

F00147551-01Becky has been working with Stickman Productions since it began in 2010.  First as an actress in ‘The Last 5 Years’ and then as a co-director for many of the shows since.

Becky is a professional actress and singer living in London.  She trained at The Birmingham School of Acting and has performed in London, Edinburgh and regional theatre as well as on film.

Director, Musical Director and Associate Artist Teddy Clements

Stickman Productions Headshots 2015 - 82 of 119Teddy Joined Stickprod as Musical Director for ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’.  He has continued on in several guises, including performer, MD, Director and even composer!

Teddy is a freelance Musician, musical director, singing and piano tutor, accompanist, actor-musician, arranger and composer. He is one half of the composing duo Amies and Clements who wrote ‘Tomorrow, Maybe’

Musical Director and Associate Artist Sam Dando

686640_47d1e40fcd8f4a44a01015045ee13f64Sam was part of our wonderful band in ‘Spelling Bee’, and has continued with the company since then as a Musical Director.

Sam is a Freelance Musician and Musical Director based in Hampshire.  He has had professional engagements as an MD in London and Edinburgh and all over the world with P&O’s Headliners Theatre Company, and is leader for several choirs in the South.

Choreographer Christina Finn

Stickman Productions Headshots 2015 - 95 of 119Chrissy was our choreographer for ‘Urinetown’ and has become a permanent member of our production team.

Chrissy trained in tap, jazz, contemporary, ballet and musical theatre at BAIA and street dance with Integr8 Dance.

Chrissy teaches dance and has choreographed many shows in the South

Lighting Designer and Technical Lead Martin Whitaker

Martin has been a part of Stickman Productions since the beginning, designing or consulting on the lighting and special effects on every show we have done.

Martin has extensive experience in lighting, and his design can be seen in many shows throughout the south.  With Ivy Light and Sound, he has lit many outdoor events and music festivals. 

Sound Designer Chris Moses

Show Producer Clair Whitaker

Clair has been a member of local theatre groups for over 30 years, performing both on and off the stage.
She first became involved with Stickman when she worked backstage for Urinetown.
After producing both Hot Mikado and Sweeney Todd for local group RAODS, she joined the Stickman team as show producer for 9to5 the musical, and again for Legally Blonde.

Costume Designer Jean Jones

IMG_5902Jean has designed supervised and made the costumes for all the Stickprod performances to date.

Her costumes have been seen on many stages throughout the south, and she is and has been resident costume designer for other major production teams prior to working with us.

We produce our own shows as well as helping with other productions. Our first show was the brilliant ‘Last 5 Years’ by Jason Robert Brown, at The Hanger Farm Arts Centre in Totton, Southampton in August 2010.


We are always considering other projects and shows for the future. If you have a project which you think could benefit from our involvement or support, please contact us with your ideas.