Old Vic appoints Harriet Mackie as producer
Harriet Mackie has been appointed producer at the Old Vic.
Mackie joins from the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, where she has been senior producer since 2017.
She will take over the role at the Old Vic later this year from Georgia Gatti, who leaves to become executive producer at Jonathan Church Productions.
Mackie said of her appointment: “I’m thrilled to be joining the Old Vic team later this year. As an audience member, I have experienced the joy that their productions give to so many. For the past two years I have also had the pleasure of working in partnership with the team on our co-production of Local Hero, seeing their passion, ambition and values first hand.”
Old Vic artistic director Matthew Warchus added: “Harriet brings a varied and impressive range of experience to the role, most recently as senior producer at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh, and I and the entire team look forward enormously to working with her.”
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