For the National: Peter Gynt, War Horse (West End and tour), Statement of Regret, Mother Courage and her Children, The Revenger’s Tragedy, Nation, A Woman Killed with Kindness, Emperor and Galilean and Antigone
In London's West End: Elf, Sweeney Todd, Private Lives, Journey's End, The Country Wife, The Sea, Marguerite
Other theatre includes: Elf: The Musical at the Dominion; Guys and Dolls, Heartbreak House, Sweeney Todd (also West End), The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, Private Lives (also West End) and The Rehearsal at Chichester; Making Noise Quietly at the Donmar Warehouse; West Side Story at the Sage, Gateshead; Wild Oats at Bristol Old Vic; The Three Musketeers in Southampton and Basingstoke; Journey’s End at the Comedy; Hamlet at the Young Vic and Nuffield, Southampton; National Anthem at the Old Vic; Lear and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Sheffield Crucible; Manchester Passion for the BBC; A Clockwork Orange, Son of Man, Look Back in Anger,Our Friends in the North, Close the Coalhouse Door and Blue Remembered Hills for Northern Stage; The Country Wife, The Sea andMarguerite at Theatre Royal Haymarket; Black Comedy, Our Country’s Good, Moonlight and Magnolias, Of Mice and Men and Sleuthat the Watermill, Newbury; Troilus and Cressida for Cheek by Jowl; West Side Story at Wandsworth Prison; Dreams of Violence and Flight Path for Out of Joint; Othello at Ludlow Festival; Zadia for the Classic Opera Company; What the Butler Saw and Beasts and Beauties at Hampstead; Oleanna at Lakeside, Nottingham; and The Comedy of Errors and Into the Woods at Regent’s Park.
Paul Benzing has also arranged fights for Parkshow Productions, a company that puts on stunt shows in theme parks throughout the UK and Europe.
(Published June 2019)