Throughout his career Kevan has been asked to collaborate on many theatrical productions with some of Musical Theatres top composers and performers - including directing and choreographing tours himself.

Credits:

Imagine This Union Theatre
Some Enchanted Evening Cadogan Hall
The Taming Of The Shrew RSC
Chess in Concert Royal Albert Hall/DVD
Jesus Christ Superstar The Arena Tour/DVD
Titanic Arts Educational Studio Theatre
Dick Whittington Cambridge Arts Theatre
The Wonderful World of Captain Beaky Royal Albert Hall
The Winslow Boy Rose Theatre, Kingston
Cinderella Cambridge Arts Theatre
Debbie Does Dallas Oxford Fire Station/ Edinburgh Festival 2007
Urinetown Arts Educational Studio Theatre
The International Jazz Festival Chichester Festival Theatre
Cinderella Theatre Royal, Plymouth
The Royal Variety Show London Palladium
Who Could Ask For Anything More? Royal Albert Hall/BBC 2
The Night of 1000 Voices Royal Albert Hall
Definitely Doris Kings Head Theatre
Robin Hood Cambridge Arts Theatre
Mr Wonderful Sammy Davis jr Gala/Drury Lane
What A Feeling London Palladium
Sondheim Tonight Barbican Concert Hall
Cinderella New Theatre, Cardiff
My One & Only London Palladium
The Fleets In Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
The Cole Porter Centennial Prince Edward Theatre
Anthems Royal Albert Hall
Andrew Lloyd Webber Sydmonton Festival Sydmonton Court Estate
Seasons of Love Royal Albert Hall
The Thing About Tom Workshop
Aladdin Cambridge Arts Theatre
The London Jazz Dance Company The Peacock Theatre & UK Tour
In Light Awake 2001
The Art of Noise 2002
The Four Seasons 2004
The Big Sky 2005
Escape 2006
Strawberry Fields 2008
Experiment no 6 2009
Playground Tales 2011
Run Boy Run 2013
Breath 2014
The Kings New Clothes 2016
The House of Romanov 2017

Reviews:

Imagine This/Union Theatre
"The dynamic choreography from Kevan Allen is striking and deeply emotive, the final scene is beautifully done"
Theatre Weekly

"When Dawes and Wilkes duet in the second half with Don’t Mind Me, we see just one example of Kevan Allen’s simple but beautiful choreography"
Jonathan Baz

"Kevan Allen’s choreography in this production is first-rate"
London Theatre 1

"The relatively large cast is an exceptional unit, coming together as a strong and versatile ensemble to deliver those harmonies and bring some fantastic choreography to life (Kevan Allen)"
Mind the Blog

Jesus Christ Superstar/The Arena Tour
"The opening sequence sets the tone for what is to come– an urban, energetic, colourful and intricately-choreographed production."
The Manchester Evening News

"Each and everyone of the cast plays their role to perfection - from tumblers to singers to dancers to henchmen. The pitch perfect tones, the songs I had forgotten I loved, the clever choreography and the ingenious staging"
The Nottingham Post

Debbie Does Dallas – The Musical/Edinburgh Festival
"Kevan Allen's dance routines are slick, the tempo is high and Louise Dearman in the title role is terrific"
The Times

"Boundless energy thrilling choreography innuendos galore"
London Metro

Mr. Wonderful – A Tribute to Sammy Davis Jr./Drury Lane
"As always, the chorus work, by a large group of singers and dancers choreographed by Kevan Allen was outstanding"
The Stage & Television Today

Robin Hood/Cambridge Arts Theatre
"It’s also a surprisingly sexy show, choreographer Kevan Allen’s dancers bringing some Chicago-style sass to a series of not overly-dressed routines"
The Cambridge News

"Kevan Allen's choreography has verve and considerable panache"
What’s on Stage

What A Feeling! – The Rock & Pop Musical/The London Palladium
"Overall, What a Feeling is tightly directed and choreographed by Kevan Allen and is helped by a fantastically energetic bunch of dancers"
The Stage & Television Today

"The Eight Men and women, superbly choreographed by the show's director and creator Kevan Allen, are on the stage for virtually the whole time."
The Birmingham Evening Mail

Aladdin/Cambridge Arts Theatre
"The choreography using a core ensemble of six is commendably crisp"
The Stage & Television Today

Some Enchanted Evening – Cadogan Hall
"Two other things contributed to the great success of Some Enchanted Evening; namely, it was so obviously very well-rehearsed (which is not often the case) and how wonderful the contributions of the talented Ensemble. The boys excelled in There is Nothin’ Like A Dame and so did the girls in I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair, both from South Pacific and given high-octane choreography from Kevan Allen (another highlight of the show)"
The Stage & Television Today