Lost Tribe Theatre was created with one clear goal: to stage bold and too often under-appreciated works of UK and US playwriting talent, executed with high production value and a focus on quality.

As a British-American company, our mission is to uncover and expose these pieces to provide our audiences with an authentic, deeply felt experience of the best theatre that each country has to offer.

At Lost Tribe, we are driven by our belief in the principles of supportive collaboration, fair and sustainable business practices, and emotive, honest creative work.

We strive to make affordable, entertaining and beautiful pieces available to diverse theatre audiences at home and abroad.



In February 2017, Lost Tribe Theatre held its first production, presenting Robert Holman's Jonah and Otto at Theatre Row, NYC in collaboration with Firefly Theater and Films. 

In 2003, Jonah is 26, Otto, 62—two men different in every way. But not everything is what it seems when their two lives collide one summer's night in a mysterious walled garden on the south coast of England. As their stories of love and loss unravel in front of us and memories of the past unturned come to light, on parting, neither can be the same again. Robert Holman's "intricately layered creation, brimming with emotional wonder" (The Independent) is a deeply humane, funny and ultimately haunting exploration of what it is to be alive. 

Jonah and Otto starred Rupert Simonian and Sean Gormley. It was directed by Geraldine Hughes and produced by Rupert Simonian, Steven Klein and Nick Micozzi.