Stephen Mear Choreographed Mary Poppins with Sir Matthew Bourne. Their wonderful collaboration won them an Olivier Award in London, an LA Drama Critics Circle Award, a Helpmann Award in Australia and a nomination for a Tony and Drama Desk Award in the US, all for Best Theatre Choreography.

 In 2010 Stephen choreographed a memorable show opener to 'There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This' from 'Sweet Charity. Danced by Tommy Franzen and Mandy Montanez, it bought the house down!

In 2015, Mack and Mabel had a wonderful run at the Chichester Festival Theatre before touring the UK.  The show received many 5 star reviews. 

Kiss Me, Kate opened at the Chichester Festival Theatre, transferring to The Old Vic where it received great acclaim. As a result of the show's success in 2013 Stephen was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreography. 

Opening in Denver in 2007, and transferring to Broadway during it's first year, The Little Mermaid had a successful run until 2009.

Starting life at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Sweet Charity was so well received that it transferred to The Theatre Royal, Haymarket. Stephen was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreography. 

Based on the film 'A Private Function', Betty Blue Eyes had a short but highly acclaimed run at the Novello Theatre in 2011.

Crazy for You opened in 2012 at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre and transferred to the Novello Theatre.  Stephen was a 2012 Olivier nominee for Best Theatre Choreography for this show. 

The Pajama Game opened at The Chichester Festival Theatre and transferred to the Shaftesbury Theatre to big audiences and great reviews. 

Stephen Choreographed The Importance of Being Idle music video for Oasis in 2005. In 2006 it won the Shockwaves NME award for best video and in 2005 was also nominated for a Q award for best video.