Hailing from Los Angeles, Kyle Nudo is a London-based freelance theatre producer with international theatrical, film, and event producing experience. He specializes in highly stylized, socially-impactful works and is the founder of Ipso Facto Theatricals and the soon-to-be-launched Revenge & Co. In 1998 he co-founded the Culver City Public Theatre, committed to providing high-quality, free-of-cost classical theatre to the community of Greater Los Angeles. His specialties are new musical theatre works, re-invented classical theatre and children’s theatre, and visually-stunning theatrical events.
His recent production credits feature the sold-out production of The Ballad of the Cosmo Café in London. Kyle’s Halloween Hullaballoo, the high-octane Rock n’ Roll horror/circus cabaret series has been thrilling audiences in Los Angeles since 2012. In the UK, Kyle produced the West End production of Heathers The Musical and the UK national tour of Saturday Night Fever for Bill Kenwright Limited. Additionally Kyle has worked for the Donmar Warehouse on Sweat and Europe; for Lyric Hammersmith Theatre on Leave to Remain, Ghost Stories, and The Animals and Children Took to the Streets; and has worked with Adam Blanshay Productions making works on the West End and UK touring scene. In the US, Kyle has produced over 40 productions including All’s Well That Ends Well, The Government Inspector, The Scams of Scapin, The Cherry Orchard, The Braggart Soldier, An Enemy of the People, Private Lives, and created both the Children’s Popcorn Theatre series and its inaugural production of Rumpelstiltskin. He has also created and filmed three short theatrical films and created the fan favorite feature film The Wicksboro Incident. Kyle’s work has garnered awards and nominations from Broadway World, the LA Weekly Theatre Awards, Stage/Scene LA, the Hollywood Film Festival, and New York Film and Video Festival.
In all productions, Kyle brings a fierce dedication to livable, sustainable #WageDignity and to the creation of an entertainment industry culture of economic justice that radically defends the position that entertainment as a viable profession isn’t denied to anyone.
Education: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; Millikin University; University of California, Paul Merage School of Business; DeVos Institute of Arts Management, University of Maryland; Independent Theatre Council; and the Stage One Commercial Producer’s workshop.