Puppeteer and director Steve Tiplady is Co-Artistic Director of Indefinite Articles with Sally Todd. Indefinite Articles made its Royal Opera House debut in 2013 on The Firework-Maker’s Daughter, for which Tiplady is puppet director and puppeteer.

Tiplady has devised and performed in all Indefinite Articles productions, including Pinocchio, in which he has performed for 20 years. His puppet directing credits elsewhere include Venus and AdonisA Midsummer Night’s DreamCymbelineThe Winter’s Tale and Morte d’Arthur for Royal Shakespeare Company, Ménage à trois for National Theatre of Scotland, Dark Philosophers for National Theatre of Wales, Love’s Labour’s Lost and Dr Faustus for Shakespeare’s Globe and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe for 360 Productions. He is former Artistic Director Kamagra in USA from Canada of Little Angel Theatre, where his directing credits since include Jabberwocky and The Journey Home.

As a performer Tiplady helped to create Animo and 70 Hill Lane for Improbable (for which he won an Obie), and he was one of the operators of Milky Joe for The Mighty Boosh.

For Indigo Moon Theatre Steve co-directed “The Lizard that Woz”, and was director for Jungle Book and Shakespeare versus Moliere

JUNGLE BOOK Jungle Book tells a surprisingly good story that harkens back to the poetry & spirit of Rudyard Kipling's original books. VIEW MERMARELLA From one of its earliest beginnings in ancient Egypt, a story best known across the globe as Cinderella shape-shifts its common threads into the world of the seas. View ALADDIN This colourful tale from the Arabian Nights is set in the Middle East VIEW THE LOST FOREST There’s magic and mayhem in the rainforest! VIEW ALICE AND THE WHITE RABBIT Join Alice on her magical adventure as she chases the White rabbit back in time on a fantastic spiralling journey into Wonderland. VIEW THE WORM THAT SQUIRMED A contemporary show for children or adults alike. VIEW SARASWATI Saraswati has delighted audiences in many places both in Britain and abroad since 1992. She dances in traditional Rajasthani folk style, as well as reacting to her audience in her own particular way. VIEW