was the Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the
Warehouse Theatre in Croydon until 2012 when the building
was declared unsafe and had to be demolished.
He is now the director of Warehouse Phoenix Limited
which proudly continues the work of the Warehouse Theatre.
is also freelancing as a director and an actor.
His career has included many freelance productions in Britain
and abroad, these include the Off-Broadway production of
LOOK BACK IN ANGER with Malcolm McDowell (Roundabout Theatre), THE
ASTRONOMER'S GARDEN by Kevin Hood
(Warehouse and Royal Court Theatre), PLAYING SINATRA
by Bernard Kops (Warehouse and Greenwich Theatre)
and SUGAR HILL BLUES by Kevin Hood (Warehouse
and Hampstead Theatre).
He returned to Australia for five years where he was the director
of the Drama Theatre at the Sydney Opera House;
his productions included THE TEMPEST, LOVE FOR LOVE,
THE MISANTHROPE, HAY FEVER, and
Feydeau's THE LADY FROM MAXIM'S.
As assistant to Lindsay Anderson he also spent a year working
on the feature film BRITANNIA HOSPITAL.
Ted commissioned the hugely successful DICK BARTON series
for the Warehouse Theatre and directed each one of the nine
episodes produced so far which played on tour throughout the UK,
and also played Nottingham Playhouse, Greenwich Theatre
and The Swan Stratford-Upon-Avon.
is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Member of the Institute