Donna Munday first attended NSDF91 with Flesh and Bone whilst a student at Lancaster University. She won a special Sunday Times Student Drama Critic Award for her controversial articles and contributed substantially to Noises Off for several years. She is a freelance Executive Producer. Her most recent productions include Death of a Salesman (Young Vic) and The Grinning Man (West End). She was Executive Producer for Sonia Friedman Productions having been Executive Producer for Billy Elliot in Holland. Previous to that, Donna was Director of Theatre Production for Working Title Films, where she ran their theatrical division and had responsibility for the general management of Billy Elliot The Musical in London and developing other Working Title theatrical product including Bridget Jones the Musical. Previously Donna held the posts of Executive Director at Nimax Theatres, managing its group of five West End theatres and Interim Chief Executive at Sheffield Theatres. From 2003-2007 Donna was Chief Executive at Royal & Derngate Theatres in Northampton. In 2000 she joined Really Useful Theatres as General Manager, responsible for the successful management of all productions within RUT’s thirteen West End Theatres. From 1995-2000 Donna was Finance Director at the Royal Court Theatre. Prior to this she worked for a number of national and international theatre production and touring companies. Donna is also a Board Member of the Society of London Theatre and of Headlong Theatre Company.