Bradley is RGM’s Executive Producer and key manager of legal and financial matters. Born in California, he comes from a family of American winemakers and vintners and is an expert on Pinot Noir from around the world.
As well as his role at RGM, Bradley is Executive Producer at Nullarbor Productions where he has overseen more than a dozen productions of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, the Musical worldwide including the West End, Broadway, Italy, Spain, Korea and Brazil as well as the first national UK and US tours and even a cruise ship production!
Bradley began his career in theatre 20 years ago in New York City first at Musical Theater Works (off-Broadway) developing new musical theatre and then with the Big Apple Circus (Lincoln Center). As General Manager of Pericles Productions he worked on Personals and The Guardsman on the West End and Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell on tour in the UK. During his 10 year tenure as General Manager with Glynis Henderson Productions, he worked on STOMP, Ennio Marchetto, Spymonkey, Yamato Drummers and Spaghetti Western Orchestra. With Back Row Productions, he was Executive Producer of Tap Dogs (West End and Sydney seasons) and Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake (New York season, UK and Italian tours).
Bradley was Concert Producer at the NYC’s Gay Men’s Chorus where he produced three concert seasons at Carnegie Hall with guest artists including Cyndi Lauper, Faith Prince, Eartha Kitt, Bebe Neuwirth, Laurie Beechman, Jerry Herman and Carol Channing. He is also achampionship level ballroom dancer, a British and European Same-Sex Show Dance Champion and with his husband Soren, is demi-famous for being the other half of The Sugar Dandies (semi-finalists on Britain’s Got Talent, 2012).
Bradley has a BSc in Arts Administration from Wager College (New York) and an MA in Arts Management (City University London). He’s a graduate of TDF’s Commercial Theatre Institute (New York) and most recently studied Intellectual Property Law at London Metropolitan University.
What is your secret superpower?
“The ability to zoom in on the devilish microdetails and finding that one important detail in a sea of paperwork that can make all the difference.”
What’s your proudest career moment?
Everything we do is about audience experience. At the Italian opening of Priscilla, I sat next to an autistic child who experienced a breakthrough moment of joy thanks to the music and joy of our show. And the time I sat next to a heterosexual man in Italy with tears in his eyes… Those moments when the message of Priscilla gets through in ways you don’t expect make me unspeakably proud.
What has been your most memorable theatre experience?
Seeing A Chorus Line aged 12. In its day it was revolutionary and broke a lot of boundaries. RENT for the same reasons. The Torch Song Trilogy for its explosive expressiveness and La Bête on the West End with Joanna Lumley.