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Cast & Creative

Jonny Lee Miller

Jonny Lee Miller

Jonny Lee Miller

Jonny Lee Miller

Theatre includes: A Mirror (Almeida); Ink (Broadway) Frankenstein (National Theatre; Olivier Award for Best Actor); After Miss Julie (Broadway); Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (West End); Festen (Almeida); Four Knights in Knaresborough (Tricycle Theatre); Beautiful Thing (Bush Theatre). Film includes: The Covenant; Alice; Settlers; Funny Face; T2 Trainspotting; Byzantium; Dark Shadows; Endgame; The Flying Scotsman; Æon Flux; Melinda and Melinda; Mindhunters; The Escapist; Dracula 2000; Complicity; Love, Honour and Obey; Mansfield Park; Plunkett and Macleane; Regenerations; Afterglow; Trainspotting; Hackers; Meat; Olly’s Prison; Bad Company; Dead Romantic. Television includes: The Crown; Elementary; Dexter; Emma; Eli Stone; Smith; Byron; The Canterbury Tales; Dead Man’s Walk; Goodbye Cruel World; Cadfael; Second Thoughts; Between the Lines; The Life and Times of Henry Pratt; Minder.
Samuel Adewunmi

Samuel Adewunmi

Samuel Adewunmi

Samuel Adewunmi

Samuel is a BAFTA nominee for his leading performance in the BBC crime drama series You Don’t Know Me. He recently wrapped on Queenie, for Channel 4 and Disney Plus. Other notable credits include Secret Invasion(Marvel Studios and Disney Plus) alongside Olivia Colman, Samuel L. Jackson, and Ben Mendelsohn and Angela Black (ITV). He was also lauded for his performance in The Last Tree, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and earned him a British Independent Film Award that same year as well as a place on the Screen International Stars of Tomorrow list. He made his stage debut in Trouble in Butetown, at the Donmar Warehouse.
Tanya Reynolds

Tanya Reynolds

Tanya Reynolds

Tanya Reynolds

Tanya’s theatre credits include A Mirror at the Almeida, Scenes with Girls at the Royal Court and She Stoops to Conquer at the Orange Tree. Her television and film credits include Sex Education (Netflix), Emma (Working Title), The Baby (HBO/Sky Atlantic) Fanny Lye Deliver’d (BFI) Delicious (SkyOne) Outlander (Starz) and she has recently finished filming one of the lead roles the upcoming Netflix series The Decameron. She was listed as a 2020 Screen International Star of Tomorrow, and she trained at The Oxford School of Drama, graduating in 2015.
Geoffrey Streatfeild

Geoffrey Streatfeild

Geoffrey Streatfeild

Geoffrey Streatfeild

Theatre includes: Watch on the Rhine; The Way of the World; (Donmar Warehouse), Blithe Spirit (Theatre Royal Bath/ West End); Cell Mates; Wild Honey (Hampstead Theatre); Ivanov; The Seagull; The Beaux Stratagem; Children of the Sun; Earthquakes in London; The Pains of Youth; The History Boys; Bacchai (National Theatre); My Night with Reg (Donmar Warehouse/ West End); Macbeth; Copenhagen (Sheffield Theatres); Eigengrau; The Contingency Plan (Bush Theatre); Henry V; Henry IV Part I and Part II; Richard III; Henry VI Part I, Part II and Part III (RSC); Journey’s End (West End); Mountain Language (Royal Court); Nathan the Wise; Merchant of Venice (Chichester Festival Theatre). Film includes: Making Noise Quietly; The Lady in the Van; A Royal Night Out; Spooks – The Greater Good; Rush; Private Peaceful; City Slacker; Angel; Match Point; Kinky Boots; Kursk. Television includes: Ruth; Unbroken; Consent; Anatomy of a Scandal; Life; Traitors; The Miniaturist; Prime Suspect 1973; The Hollow Crown; New Worlds; Endeavour; The Thick of it; Spooks; Point of Rescue; Above Suspicion; Ashes to Ashes; Hunter; Elizabeth I; 20,000 Streets Under the Sky; Midsomer Murders; The Other Boleyn Girl; Love in a Cold Climate; Sword of Honour.

the remaining cast

Jude Akuwudike

Jude Akuwudike

Jude Akuwudike

Jude Akuwudike

Jude is a highly experienced actor whose extensive CV spans TV, film, theatre, radio & voice work Jude plays the titular role in the feature film Eyimofe which premiered at The Berlin film Festival and continued on the festival circuit including LFF, receiving rave reviews. Other film credits include the critically acclaimed Beasts of No Nation directed by Cary Fukunaga, The Tempest, Touched By a Stranger, Sahara and A World Apart. Most recently, Jude could be seen playing a supporting role in the highly anticipated Disney remake of The Little Mermaid. On television, Jude was most recently seen playing the popular Sydney Johnson in The Crown. Jude can also be seen in Sky Atlantic’s Gangs of London, Amazon’s Fortitude, and Sky One’s In The Long Run. Other TV credits include Chewing Gum, Friday Night Dinner, Cucumber and the UK version of Law & Order. Having trained at RADA, Jude has since performed at some of the best theatres in the UK, Europe & The USA (on Broadway & on tour). At The National he featured in Inua Ellam’s Three Sisters. He appeared in the acclaimed production of The Convert, directed by Ola Ince at The Young Vic. Most recently Jude led an immersive production of 1984 at the Hackney Old Town Hall after leading in A Slight Ache & The Dumb Waiter before which, Jude featured in House of Ife at the Bush Theatre, directed by Lynette Linton, and, prior to which, at the end of 2021 he was on stage at The Donmar in Henry V with Kit Harrington. Further credits include Moon on a Rainbow Shawl directed by Michael Buffong for the National Theatre, The Faith Machine directed by Jamie Lloyd for the Royal Court, Great Expectations for the English Touring Theatre and Othello for Glasgow Citizens Theatre – (He later toured a different production of Othello in the USA),to name but a few of his extensive theatre credits.
Rob Alexander-Adams

Rob Alexander-Adams

Rob Alexander-Adams

Rob Alexander-Adams

Rob trained at Rose Bruford His professional theatre credits include; Understudy role of Elder Ennis / Joe Aguirre in Brokeback Mountain (Soho Place), American Govt Official in Stranger Things (Phoenix Theatre), Mick in The Caretaker, Constable Dull in Love’s Labour’s Lost, Tommy Adaire in Racing Demon, Tim in Noises Off (all at Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich). Mad March Hare in Alice Adventures in Wonderland (Library Theatre,Manchester), Multi Role in The Sunset Ship (Young Vic) and has recently toured his one man show, Keeper of the Flame to various venues across England. Film and TV roles include; Richie in Collision Course, Peter in Capture (both for the NFTS), Eyewitness in Suspect (ITV) Officer in Burnt Flowers & Moe in Exit (both for Fausti Films), Warship Technician in The Fifth Element (Zaltman Films), Ashley Johnson in The Bill Thames TV), Simon Harris in The Chief (Anglia TV). He has also worked extensively as Course Leader in Drama at Westminster Kingsway College for 20 years.
Levi Bent

Levi Bent

Levi Bent

Levi Bent

Levi Bent makes his West End debut in A Mirror. Theatre credits include: A Midsummer’s Night Dream (Orange Tree Theatre). Television credits include; Casualty (BBC), Recurring Roles in Disney Franchise Series & Phoebus Files (Netflix) both due to air this year. Levi Bent graduated from his BA degree in 2022 from ‘Academy of Live and Recorded Arts’.
Florence Dobson

Florence Dobson

Florence Dobson

Florence Dobson

Florence graduated from RADA in 2021. She was the first recipient of ITV’s Tony Warren Bursary. Television includes: Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story (Netflix), Compulsion (Channel 5), plus various additional film and TV projects across 2023. She has just finished filming as the title role in the short and feature concept Winnie, written and directed by Helen Iley. Theatre includes: Cold Threats (Devised with The Writer’s Theatre Directors Theatre), This Mighty Stranger (Bullet Theatre), Corpselight by Daniel Grimston (Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass) alongside various rehearsed readings with Jewish Book Week and RADA.
Sara Houghton

Sara Houghton

Sara Houghton

Sara Houghton

Theatre includes: A Mirror (Almeida Theatre); The Last Days of Limehouse (Yellow Earth Theatre); The Sugar Coated Bullets of the Bourgeoises (Arcola Theatre); Top Girl (Watford Palace Theatre); Hiawatha (Haymarket, Basingstoke); Miss Julie (Haymarket, Basingstoke); 3000 Troubled Threads (Edinburgh International Festival); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lyric Hammersmith); Daylight Robbery (Pentabus); The Island (Etcetera Camden). Film includes: The 4th Kind, The Omen 666, Doom, Educating The Puppet, The Temple Project, The Honey Trap, Snuff, Howards End, Arabian Nights. Television includes: Riviera ll, Angela Black, Our Loved Boy, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Doctors, Holby City, London Bridge, Trust, Eastenders, The Eustace Bros.
Miriam Wakeling

Miriam Wakeling

Miriam Wakeling

Miriam Wakeling

Miriam enjoys a varied career as a session, chamber and orchestral musician. Miriam has performed with iconic artists such as Elton John, Dua Lipa, Dizzie Rascal, Bonobo, Giorgio Moroder, Trevor Horn, Pete Tong and Beverley Knight. During 2022 Miriam recorded Solo Cello for Roger O’Donnell’s (The Cure) latest album written for Cello and Piano. She has recorded Cello for BBC 1 David Attenborough documentary, Dynasties 1 and 2 and in 2023 for the film Bodyparts, composed by Nainita Desai and Ollie Howell. Miriam has played for shows Les Miserables, Beauty and the Beast, The King and I and for The RSC’s Cymbeline. During 2023 she worked with Ballet Company New Creations Collective as Solo Cellist for their new Ballet Nightingale and as Solo Cellist for The Almeida Theatre’s production A Mirror. As well as completing tours of the UK and US with The Rock Orchestra.
Sarah Willson

Sarah Willson

Sarah Willson

Sarah Willson

Sarah has performed for the National Theatre, RSC, Shakespeare’s Globe, National Theatre of Scotland, Suspect Culture, Royal Court Theatre, Regents Park Open Air Theatre. She is cello player for indie bands Belle and Sebastian and Tindersticks, recording and touring globally. She has worked closely, in the studio and live with Beth Orton, Ryan Adams, Nerina Pallot, James Taylor, Status Quo, Ray La Montagne, Travis, Fionn Regan, and recorded with artists Paul Weller, Gabrielle, Edwyn Collins, Red Snapper, Duffy, Christine and the Queens, among others. She has recorded extensively for TV and film, including award winning documentary Death In Gaza, acclaimed films The Lost Daughter, High Life, Project Nim, Channel 4 drama The Virtues, BBC drama Normal People. Recently her string quartet performed at Paris Philharmonie for Claire Denis live to picture film soundtrack performances, she played with Belle and Sebastian for NPR radio Tiny Desk, and her cello can be heard currently at Frameless immersive art exhibition.

Sam Holcroft

Writer

Sam Holcroft

Writer
Theatre includes: A Mirror (Almeida Theatre, 2023), Fantastic Mr Fox (Nuffield Theatre, Southampton and Lyric Hammersmith, 2016/7), Rules For Living (National Theatre, 2015), The Wardrobe (National Theatre, 2014), Edgar and Annabel  (National Theatre, 2011), While You Lie (Traverse, 2010), Pink (Tricycle, 2010), Vanya (Gate Theatre, 2009), Cockroach (National Theatre of Scotland, 2008) Television includes: The Rook. Awards include: In 2014 Sam was a recipient of the Windham Campbell Prize for Literature in the Drama category, and in 2009 she won the Tom Erhardt Playwriting Award for most promising writer.

Jeremy Herrin

Director

Jeremy Herrin

Director
Jeremy Herrin was previously Artistic Director of Headlong and is a Founding Director of Second Half Productions. Theatre includes: Ulster American (Riverside Studios); A Mirror (Almeida); Best of Enemies (Young Vic/ West End, South Bank Show Award for Best Theatre Production); All My Sons (The Old Vic); The Visit, or the Old Lady Comes to Call; The Plough and the Stars; Statement of Regret (National Theatre); People, Places and Things (National Theatre/ Headlong/ West End/ UK tour/ St Ann’s Warehouse, New York); This House (National Theatre/ Chichester Festival Theatres/ West End); Labour of Love (Olivier Award for Best Comedy); The Nether; That Face; South Downs; Absent Friends; Death and the Maiden; The Glass Menagerie (West End); Wolf Hall; Bring Up the Bodies (RSC/ West End/ Broadway, Evening Standard Award for Best Director); Junkyard; The Absence of War; The Nether (Headlong); Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (International tour); The Tempest; Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe); Almost Famous (Old Globe, San Diego); Noises Off (Lyric Hammersmith/ West End); Haunted Child; The Heretic; Kin; Spur of the Moment; Off the Endz; The Priory (Olivier Award for Best Comedy); Tusk Tusk; The Vertical Hour; That Face (Royal Court); South Downs; Uncle Vanya (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Moderate Soprano (Hampstead Theatre); Marble (The Abbey, Dublin); The Family Reunion (Donmar Warehouse); Blackbird (Market Theatre, Johannesburg).

Max Jones

Set and Costume Designer

Max Jones

Set and Costume Designer
Max Jones is a London based, Bristol born Stage Designer who graduated from The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in 2001. He is a winner of The Linbury Biennial Prize for Stage Design, and has since continued to design production sets and costumes for live performance across the UK and internationally. Max was an Associate Artist at Clwyd Theatr Cymru between 2008-2015. Most recent and forthcoming productions include; Ulster American (Riverside Studios) by David Ireland, A Mirror (Almeida Theatre) by Sam Holcroft, The Inquiry (Chichester Festival Theatre) by Harry Davies, Anna Karenina (Theatre Cocoon, Tokyo) Adapted by Phillip Breen, Jekyll And Hyde (Reading Rep) by Gary McNair, The Comedy Of Errors (RSC) by William Shakespeare, Long Days Journey into Night (Theatre Cocoon, Tokyo) by Eugene O’Neill, All My Sons (Old Vic/Headlong and NT Live) by Arthur Miller, Noises Off by Michael Frayn (Lyric Hammersmith and West End), Sydney and the Old Girl (Park Theatre) by Eugene O’Hare, Crime And Punishment Adapted (Theatre Cocoon, Tokyo) by Phillip Breen , Love And Information (Sheffield Crucible Theatre) by Caryl Churchill , Shakespeare In Love (UK Tour) Adapted by Lee Hall , A Streetcar Named Desire  (Theatre Cocoon, Tokyo) by Tennessee Williams, The House They Grew Up In (Chichester Festival Theatre/Headlong) by Deborah Bruce , The Hypocrite (Hull Truck/RSC as part of Hull City of Culture 2017) by Richard Bean , Trainspotting (Glasgow Citizens Theatre) by Irvine Welsh , Pride and Prejudice (Regents Park Open Air Theatre and Tour) by Jane Austen , The Mystery Plays (York Minster), The Crucible (Manchester Royal Exchange) by Arthur Miller , Orpheus Descending (Theatre Cocoon, Tokyo) by Tennessee Williams , Little Shop of Horrors (Clwyd Theatr Cymru) and The Broken Heart (Globe Theatre) by John Ford.

Nick Powell

Sound Designer

Nick Powell

Sound Designer
Nick’s theatre credits include: Hills Of California (West End); A Mirror (Almeida), The Lehman Trilogy (National Theatre/ Gillian Lynne Theatre/ Broadway/ Los Angeles. Winner of Outer Critics circle award ‘ Outstanding Sound Design’, nominated for Tony, Olivier and Drama Desk awards for sound design and music); The Glass Menagerie, The Nether (Duke of York’s); The Mirror and the Light (Gielgud); Cuckoo, The Glow, The Prudes, Bad Roads, Unreachable, X, The Wonderful World Of Dissocia (Royal Court); The Ferryman (Royal Court/ Gielgud/ Broadway, Tony Award nomination for Best Sound Design of a Play, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Sound Design in a Play); The Tell-Tale Heart, Othello (National Theatre); Julius Caesar (Bridge Theatre); Beginners (Unicorn Theatre); Urtain (CDN Madrid and touring, Premio Max for ‘Best Composition for Scenic Arts) Peter Pan, Running Wild, Lord of the Flies (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Mary, Raya (Hampstead Theatre); People, Places and Things (Stadsteatern AB, Stockholm); Cold Calling: The Artic Project (Birmingham Rep/ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra); City of Glass (HOME, Manchester/ Lyric Hammersmith); The Inn at Lydda (Shakespeare’s Globe); Alice in Wonderland (The Lyceum, Edinburgh); The Tempest (Norfolk & Norwich Festival); The Haunting of Hill House (Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse); Lanark (Citizens Theatre/ Edinburgh International Festival, Critics’ Award for Theatre in Scotland nomination for Best Music and Sound); Wolf Hall, Bring up the Bodies (RSC/ Aldwych Theatre/ Broadway). Nick has composed for events including projection spectaculars at the Edinburgh International Festival, the UN Building New York, Guggenheim Bilbao as well as for immersive art experience, Frameless London. Nick has released several albums under his own name and as OSKAR. More info: www.nickowell.online

Azusa Ono

Lighting Designer

Azusa Ono

Lighting Designer
Azusa has been creating lighting design for a range of live performances and art forms for many years. She trained in fine arts in Japan and lighting design at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Theatre includes: A Mirror (Almeida); The Sleeping Tree (Brighton Dome); Henry V (Shakespeare’s Globe/ UK tour); Watch on the Shine; A Doll’s House, Part 2 (Donmar Warehouse); Much Ado About Nothing (RSC); Can I Live?; Copyright Christmas (Barbican); Walden (West End); Blue Orange; Concubine (Birmingham Rep); Lao Can Impression (Southbank Centre); Love Lies Bleeding (The Print Room); Thick As Thieves (Clean Break/ UK tour); Aurora (Toxteth Water Reservoir, Liverpool); Abandon (Lyric Hammersmith); Smack That (Barbican/ UK tour); Effigies of  Wickedness (Gate Theatre); Yvette (Southbank Centre/ UK tour); Cuttin’ It (Young Vic/ UK tour) Killer (Shoreditch Town Hall); Darkness Darkness (Nottingham Playhouse); I Know All The Secrets In My World (Derby Theatre/ UK tour); Dot, Squiggle and Rest (Royal Opera House); Peddling (59E59, New York/ UK tour); We Are Proud to Present… (Bush Theatre); The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock (Curve Theatre, Leicester/ UK tour); Fanfare (Sheffield Theatres). Opera includes: Kairos Opera (V&A Museum). Other work includes: Tate Live Exhibition- Joan Jonas (Tate Modern); COP27 Heath Pavilion (Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt).

Jessica Ronane CDG

Casting Director

Jessica Ronane CDG

Casting Director
Jessica Ronane’s recent theatre credits include Ulster American (Riverside Studios); A Mirror (Almeida Theatre); The Lehman Trilogy (Gillian Lynne Theatre) and The Glass Menagerie (Duke of York’s Theatre). Her work at The Old Vic includes Pygmalion, The Dumb Waiter, Faith Healer, Camp Siegfried, Endgame/Rough for Theatre II, A Christmas Carol, Lungs, A Very Expensive Poison, Present Laughter, All My Sons, The American Clock, SYLVIA, A Monster Calls, Mood Music, Fanny & Alexander, Woyzeck, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead, King Lear, The Caretaker, The Master Builder, Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, The Hairy Ape, Future Conditional, Girl from the North Country (The Old Vic/West End) and The Divide (The Old Vic/ EIF). Upcoming theatre work includes Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Wyndham’s Theatre). Jessica Ronane’s film credits include Mickey 17 (Bong Joon Ho), Queer (Luca Guadagnino), Good Grief (Dan Levy), Emma (Autumn De Wilde) and The Kid Who Would Be King (Joe Cornish). Upcoming films include Parliament Square and Julie both to be directed by Josie Rourke. Television credits include: True Detective: Night Country and The Amazing Mr. Blunden. Jessica is Casting Director for Second Half Productions and Casting Consultant for The Old Vic.

Molly Stacey

Associate Director

Molly Stacey

Associate Director
Theatre includes: As Director: John Tothill: The Last Living Libertine (Soho Theatre; Edinburgh Fringe); Jinkies (Camden Fringe – Offie nomination for Best Short Run); Pillow Talk (Edinburgh Fringe, North American tour); Pen Pals; The Man Presents: Women (ADC Theatre, Cambridge); Laugh, Why Don’t You? (Edinburgh Fringe); Two Parallel Columns (Old Theatre Royal Bath). As Assistant Director: Babies (West End); A Mirror (Almeida Theatre); Peter Pan (The Shipwright); Dick Whittington (West End); Four Go Off On One! (Edinburgh Fringe); Chester Tuffnut (Polka Theatre).

Clare Foster

Intimacy Director

Clare Foster

Intimacy Director
Clare works as an actor and intimacy coordinator, her credits include: Theatre includes:  Best of Enemies (The Young Vic & West End), The Realistic Joneses (Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath), Consent (Harold Pinter Theatre), Travesties (Apollo Theatre and Menier Chocolate Factory) Guys & Dolls, Master and Margarita and Out of This World (Chichester Festival Theatre), Merrily We Roll Along (Menier Chocolate Factory & Harold Pinter Theatre), Separation, Duet for One, Love On The Dole and A Streetcar Named Desire (Bolton Octagon Theatre), Crazy for You (Regents Open Air Theatre & Novello Theatre), The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Avenue Q (Noel Coward Theatre), The Far Pavilions (Shaftesbury Theatre), Sweet Charity at (Sheffield Crucible), We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre). Television includes: Delia, Nolly, The Ex-Wife, Dark Heart, Sherlock, Taboo, Galavant, Ripper Street & The Crown.  Film includes: Heads of State, Seacole, Holmes & Watson, Les Miserables, Black Forest.

Fiona Parker

Costume Supervisor

Fiona Parker

Costume Supervisor
Theatre includes: The Vortex, Cock, The House they Grew Up In (Chichester Festival Theatre); Trouble in Butetown, Belleville, The Lady From The Sea (Donmar Warehouse); Carousel (Regents Park Open Air Theatre); Dick Whittington, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Mr Gum & the Dancing Bear, The Tell Tale Heart (Royal National Theatre); All My Sons (Old Vic Theatre); After The End, Shining City, Extinct, The Sun the Moon and the Stars, King Hedley II (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Ladies of Letters (Yvonne Arnaud); God of Carnage (Theatre Royal Bath & Tour); As Deputy Costume Supervisor: Cinderella (New London Theatre); The King and I (London Palladium); Young Frankenstein (Garrick & UK Tour) Opera includes: Ivan The Terrible (Grange Park); Hansel & Gretel (Regents Park Open Air Theatre); Il Turco in Italia (Garsington) Television includes: The Great British Sewing Bee Series 10 (Sewing Producer) Series 4-9 (Fabric Buyer & Sewing Team) Events include: London 2012 Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies

Kate Margretts

Props Supervisor

Kate Margretts

Props Supervisor
Kate trained at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) in Theatre Performance Technology before starting her career in Stage Management. This encompassed a multitude of roles in the West End, across the UK, and internationally. After developing a greater passion for props and painting, Kate moved to the English National Opera as Running Props Manager and Head of Armoury. After 3 years working on various operas, including Drive and Live: La bohème (Alexandra Palace) during the pandemic, Kate moved back into freelancing full-time. Recent productions as Prop Supervisor include: Ulster American (Riverside Studios); Enemy of the People (Duke of York’s Theatre, London); Vanya (Duke of York’s Theatre, London / Richmond Theatre), Free Your Mind (Aviva Studios, Manchester International Festival), Close Up: The Twiggy Musical (Menier Chocolate Factory, London), Assassins (Chichester Festival Theatre), Peter Rabbit: The Easter Adventure (Histrionic Productions), Good (Harold Pinter Theatre, London), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Leeds Playhouse, UK Tour), Saw: The Experience (London), Monopoly Lifesized (London), The Twits (Curve Theatre, Leicester / Rose Theatre, Kingston / Hong Kong & UK Tour), Romeo & Juliet / Richard III (Shakespeare Rose Theatre, York).

Bryony Blackler

Associate Sound Designer

Bryony Blackler

Associate Sound Designer
Bryony is currently the Sound Supervisor at the Almeida Theatre. She graduated with a Foundation Degree in Stage Management and Technical Theatre from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Theatre includes: As Associate Sound Designer: Cold War (Almeida) As Production Sound Engineer: A Mirror; A Streetcar Named Desire; Daddy: A Melodrama; Macbeth; Patriots; Portia Coughlin; Tammy Faye; Romeo & Juliet; The Secret Life of Bees (Almeida); Death of a Salesman; Klippies; Nora: A Doll’s House (Young Vic)

Ruth Hall

Associate Designer

Ruth Hall

Associate Designer
Ruth’s work in UK and international theatre includes traditional set and costume design, site-specific and new writing. She also has a special interest in community and education projects. She trained at RWCMD, achieving a 1st Class BA Hons in Theatre Design and an apprentice on the Royal Shakespeare Company’s trainee designer program 2005-6. Design: Sydney and the Old Girl (The Park Theatre), The Permanent Way, (Vaults Theatre), The Caucasian Chalk Circle, (Theatr Genedlaethol), Anna Karenina, (East 15) Sonny (ArtsEd), 46 Beacon (Trafalgar Studios), Macbeth (Caerphilly Castle), Blackbird (TOR), costumes for Tale of Two Cities (Royal and Derngate), Play Strindberg (Ustinov), Contractions (Chapter Arts Centre), Fijiland (Southwark Playhouse), Altogether Now, (North Wall Theatre and Awake Projects – youth outreach project), Little Shop of Horrors, and Salt, Root and Roe, (Theatr Clwyd), Noah (Chichester), The Road To Mecca (Arcola). Associate Designer: Ulster American (Riverside Studios); Lady Macbeth (Yomiuri Otemachi Hall Tokyo), A Mirror (Almeida Theatre), Grease Live Experience (Secret Cinema), Two Palestinians Go Dogging (Royal Court), Blue/Orange, (Royal & Derngate), The Comedy of Errors, The Hypocrite, Shoemakers Holiday, Henry VI Trilogy, Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, The Winter’s Tale and Pericles (RSC). Home I’m Darling (NT and Theatre Clwyd), The Writer (Almeida), Anna Karenina, Crime and Punishment and A Streetcar Named Desire (Theatre Cocoon Tokyo), Shakespeare in Love (Bath Theatre Royal), Mystery Plays (York Minster, with the local community), Of Mice and Men (West Yorkshire Playhouse), London Road (NT) and Zorro (Garrick). Art Department Assistant: London Road (Film) Cuba Pictures, 2014.

Owain Gwynn

Fight Director

Owain Gwynn

Fight Director
Training: Acting & Stage Combat (East15); Acting Foundation (RADA) As Fight Director: Theatre includes: The House of Barnarda Alba, The Visit, Julie, Medea (National Theatre); Branwen:Dadeni (Wales Millenium Centre/Fran Wen); Imrie (Sherman Theatre); The Contingency Plan, Life of Pi (Sheffield Theatres); Missing Julie, Pavilion (Theatr Clwyd); Y Cylch Sialc, Y Tad (Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru); Cymbeline (Sam Wanamaker); The Homecoming (Jamie Lloyd Company); Macbeth (Young Vic); Billy Liar (Manchester Royal Exchange); Jekyll and Hyde, Superior Donuts (Southwark Playhouse); Pigeons (The Royal Court); Wozzeck (English National Opera). Assistant Fight Director Credits: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Birmingham Reperatory – Jonathan Holby FD); Macbeth (Jamie Lloyd Company – Kate Waters FD); War Horse (National Theatre – Kate Waters FD). Other work includes: Owain works extensively as an actor on stage, screen & other media, specialising in highly physical roles, puppeteering and motion capture.

Abby Galvin

Casting Associate

Abby Galvin

Casting Associate
Theatre includes:  Stranger Things: The First Shadow (Sonia Friedman Productions); Ulster American (Second Half Productions, Riverside Studios); A Mirror (Second Half Productions, Almeida); The Lehman Trilogy (Gillian Lynne Theatre); The Glass Menagerie (Second Half Productions, Duke of York’s Theatre); 2.22: A Ghost Story (West End); Girl From the North Country (Old Vic, Gielgud Theatre, UK Tour); A Number, Camp Siegried, 4000 Miles, Present Laughter, Sylvia, A Monster Calls, Mood Music, Fanny & Alexander, Woyzeck, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead, King Lear, The Caretaker, The Master Builder, The Hairy Ape, Future Conditional (Old Vic); and The Divide (Old Vic, EIF). TV & Film includes: Queer (The Apartment); Good Grief (Netflix); Mickey 17 (Warner Brothers); True Detective: Night Country (HBO); Rumpelstilzchen (Ballet Boyz) and The Amazing Mr Blunden (Sky). As Casting Director, Theatre includes: The Lonely Londoner (Jermyn Street Theatre); The Book Thief (Curve Theatre, Leicester and Belgrade Theatre, Coventry); Yours Unfaithfully (Jermyn Street Theatre); We’ll Have Nun of it (Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe); A Sherlock Carol (Marylebone Theatre); Time and Tide (Norwich Theatres, UK Tour); and Anything is Possible if You Think About it Hard Enough (Southwark Playhouse).

Alice White

Voice Coach

Alice White

Voice Coach
Originally from South Wales, Alice is a voice and dialect coach working with professional performers and productions, as well as being Head of Voice at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. She trained as an actor at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and as voice coach at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Alice regularly records audiobooks for publishers including Pan Macmillan and Audible. Recent voice coaching roles include – Theatre includes: The Clinic, A Mirror (The Almeida), Yippee Ki Yay (UK/US Tour Seabright Productions); Julius Caesar; A Christmas Carol; How To Hold Your Breath; Freedom (March on Selma); Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown; This is Not A Coup; Consent; Macbeth; Collective Rage: A Play In 5 Betties; Edward II; Sunday in The Park with George; Moon Licks (Richard Burton Company, RWCMD); Made in Dagenham; Spring Awakening; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (The Factory Playhouse); Boudica (Unicorn Theatre/ RBC); Richard III; Henry VI (Wales Millennium Centre). Film includes: Morning Star.
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