JACK BRETT - Mercutio Jack trained at Guildford School of Acting. Theatre credits include: Alfie Strange: Trained Time Travellers Only (New Wolsey Theatre Tour), Underneath a Magical Moon (York Theatre Royal and UK Tour), My Friend Peter (Arts Theatre and UK Tour), Cymbeline (Guildford Shakespeare Company), Party Piece (New Wolsey/Edinburgh Fringe), The Crash of Elysium (Punchdrunk) and The Rising (Gecko).
NAOMI BULLOCK - Lady Capulet Naomi trained at Drama Studio London. Theatre credits include: Aladdin (Queen's Theatre Hornchurch), News Revue (Canal Cafe/Edinburgh Festival), A Christmas Carol (Maxim Theatre, Stockholm), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Courtyard Theatre), The Great Gatsby (King’s Head/Riverside Studios), Peter Pan, Snow White (Theatre Royal Winchester), Hamlet, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Young Shakespeare Company), Cartography (Soho Theatre), Starchild (King’s Head), Cyrano de Bergerac (White Bear), Drama About Ante (Blue Elephant), Tinkerbox (Brighton Fringe). TV credits: Doctors (BBC), No Point (TV pilot), and various TV commercials. Naomi is also a musician and dabbles in stand-up comedy.
ANDREW GALLO - Prince/ Paris Professional credits include: Mick Avery in Sunny Afternoon (UK Tour), David Copperfield/Nicholas Nickelby in Adam Long's Dickens Abridged (UK Tour), Parade (Hope Mill Theatre), Saturday Night Fever (UK Tour), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Stockport Plaza Theatre), The Theory of Relativity (Dreyton Arms Theatre), Sister Act (Aberystwyth Arts Centre), MV Azura (P&O Cruises), The Rock n' Roll Panto (City Varieties Music Hall, Leeds), Hairspray (Aberystwyth Arts Centre). Credits during training include: Bertram in All's Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare's Globe – Sam Wanamaker Festival 2012), Johnny Brash in The Great Backstage Musical, Lucius Andronicus in Titus Andronicus, Isador Straus in Titanic: The Musical, Howie Corbett in Rabbit Hole.
INDIGO GRIFFITHS - Juliet Indigo trained at Drama Studio London. Theatre credits include The Interrogation of Sandra Bland (Bush Theatre), Grimm: An Untold Tale (Edinburgh Festival), The Road to Heidelberg (UEA).
ELIZABETH MARSH - Nurse Theatre credits include: Jenny in The Threepenny Opera, Liesl in Afterlife (National Theatre), Yitzak in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Myra Yerkes in Road Show, Vaudevillains, Gondoliers, Carmen (West End/London), Mme Giry in Phantom of the Opera, Secret Adversary, Larkrise to Candleford (UK tours), Betty in Blonde Bombshells of 1943 (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Hampstead Theatre), Vanni/The Mathematician in A Life of Gallileo, Ymma in Silence (Birmingham Rep), Fay in Iron, Klytaimestra in Elektra, Marquise de Merteuil in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Eleanor in Dead Funny (Theatre by the Lake, Keswick), Mary in Merrily We Roll Along (Watermill Theatre, Newbury), Beverley in Abigail's Party (New Victoria Theatre, Stoke), Annie Wilkes in Misery, Rose in Brighton Rock, Jean Rice in The Entertainer, Louisa in Hard Times (Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch), Forinda/Rapunzel in Into the Woods, Fabia in Twelfth Night (York Theatre Royal). TV/Film credits include: Casualty (BBC), The Falling (BBC/Malady Films), Filthy Cities (BBC), Coronation Street (Granada). Elizabeth also works as a director, most recently directing Steel Magnolias for the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
BRUCE PANDAY - Lord Capulet Bruce has experience in touring, West End, TV/film and Repertory. Theatre credits include: The Listening Room (Old Red Lion), White Carnation (Finborough Theatre), Twelfth Night (Dundee Rep), Moonlight Serenade (Lyric H’smith), Pied Piper of Hamlyn(Chichester Fest. Theatre), Lennon (Astoria Theatre). Television credits include: The Bill, (Thames TV) London’s Burning, (LWT) The Early Days (Ch 4). This is Bruce's first open air performance.
JULIA RIGHTON - Sister Laurence Julia trained at the Drama Centre London with Yat Malmgren and Christopher Fettes. Theatre credits include: Elizabeth I in Elizabeth (Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House), Ben Elton’s first play Gasping (Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Duchess of Malfi, Woman In Mind and Hamletmachine (Edinburgh Lyceum), The Secret Life of Swift and Gulliver (UK tour and Riverside Studios), The Threepenny Opera, Julius Caesar and The Bright and Bold Design (New Vic Theatre), The Secret Garden (Tobacco Factory, Bristol), A Taste of Honey, Skinned, The Wizard of Oz and The Grizzled Skipper (Nuffield Theatre), Lady Windermere’s Fan (Theatre Royal Haymarket), She Stoops To Conquer and The Bandwagon (New Farnham Rep), The Tragical Historie Tour and Come On, Jeeves! (Chester Gateway), Shakespeare for Everyone (RSC), Moments Of Madness (Volcano Theatre Company). Film credits include: Further and Particular (Channel 4). TV credits include: The Ink Thief (Tyne Tees TV).
HANNAH SINCLAIR ROBINSON - Benvolio Hannah trained at East 15 Acting School and Bath Spa University. Theatre Credits include: Alice Stokes Paul in Atrophy (Etcetera Theatre). Television credits include: Antoinette Frank in Killer Cops (Sky Vision). Film credits include: Naomi in Urban Decay (Urban Street Productions). Workshops include: Detangled (with Paulette Randall at Hackney Empire), For Want Of a Nail with Oakhill Productions.
ADAM STRAWFORD - Romeo Film credits include: BFI Film Festival nominated director Joseph. A. Adesunloye’s Faces (Dreamcoat Productions). TV credits include: Silent Witness (BBC). Adam is also an ex GB swimmer.
ROGER SUUBI - Tybalt Roger trained at East 15 Acting School. Credits whilst training include: King Lear in King Lear, John in Blackout, Hounslow in Beaux Stratagem, Jehosaphat in Tales of Urban Folks, Reverend Nelson Woods in Blue Whistlers. Roger has just finished shooting the newest MacMillan Advertising Campaign.