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Patrick Gracey joins ATG's producing team as maternity cover for Evanna White

ATG has announced that Patrick Gracey is joining ATG’s producing team as maternity cover for Evanna White.

Patrick will work as a Producer with Howard PanterAdam Speers and the newly appointed Conrad Lynch in the development and production of musicals and plays in London, on tour in the UK and overseas.  Patrick will be based at the Charing Cross Road offices and will commence work on 12 August 2013. Evanna will return to work in Spring 2014.

Howard Panter said, 'We are delighted to welcome another creative talent into the ATG fold this summer with the appointment of Patrick as Evanna’s maternity cover. Patrick has fantastic producing and management experience all over the world so he is perfectly matched with our own global producing ethos. I’d also like to wish Evanna all the very best for her maternity leave and hope that she has many happy times ahead with her new baby, and of course we all look forward to Evanna returning in the Spring.'

Patrick Gracey said, 'This is an incredible opportunity, and I’m thrilled to be joining the wonderful team at ATG. I look forward to developing and producing new productions for the company in the UK and internationally as it continues to grow.'

Patrick is currently a general manager for Stuart Thompson Productions in New York. His Broadway production credits include Death of a Salesman, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and the recently announced No Man’s Land and Waiting For Godot in repertory.

Prior to this, Patrick worked for Disney Theatrical Productions where he supervised the Australian production of Disney & Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins

Patrick was previously the Acting General Manager of the Donmar Warehouse where he worked with the Executive team to oversee and manage the Donmar’s productions, including its successful foray into a West End season at Wyndham’sTheatre. Production credits during this time included The Chalk Garden, A Doll’s House, Dimetos, and Piaf, which also transferred to the Vaudeville Theatre. West End productions included Ivanov, Twelfth Night, Madame De Sade and Hamlet and internationally Guys & Dolls (Melbourne, Sydney), Frost/Nixon (U.S. Tour) and Mary Stuart (Broadway).