Adam recently graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre: Jack in “Letters to Myself” at The Guildford Fringe, The Father in “The Martyr” (Workshop) at The Soho Theatre.
TV, Film & Radio: The Man in “The Flood” – Roundhouse Radio, Fanner in “Van Winkle” – Studio Cast Recording, Aaron in “Heretic” – short film, Drama Student in “Rebus” -STV, Actor in ” The Doves – Black & White Town” – music video with Lynne Ramsay.
Roles in Training included: Amos in “Chicago”, Pennington in “The Hired Man”, Tevye in “Fiddler on the Roof” and Macbeth.
Charlotte trained at Guildford School of Acting.
Her professional credits include: Fairy Good in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Darwen Library Theatre), Lady Mary in The Admirable Crichton (Baron’s Court Theatre), Wendy in Peter Pan (Octagon Theatre, Yeovil), Jill in Slay it With Music (Greenwich Playhouse), Milly in Plague! The Musical (Edinburgh Festival) and has performed in the long running, award winning sketch show: Newsrevue (Canal Café Theatre)
She has also worked extensively with the Advanced Performers Studio including workshops, masterclasses and their Intensive 3 Month Musical Theatre course.
Charlotte is thrilled to be a part of such an exciting new musical.
Kristian trained at Birmingham Conservatoire and Central School of Speech and Drama.
Opera credits include: Woodrow Wilson (Scoring a Century – World Premiere), Faust (Gound’s Faust), Monastatos (Magic Flute), Killian (Der Freischutz), Pantalone (The Love of Three Oranges), Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann) Infiltrator (It Makes No Difference – Tete a Tete Opera Festival).
Musical Theatre credits include: Franz/Alex (Sunday In The Park With George), Tony (West Side Story), Utterson (Jekyll & Hyde), Anthony (Sweeney Todd), Cookie (Return to the Forbidden Planet).
Kristian is delighted to be playing the part of Anthrax after previously playing ‘Sam’ in ‘Letters to Myself’ by Claire Rivers & Ryan Scates at last year’s Goldsmiths’ Festival of New Musicals.
Jennie Jacobs trained at the London School of Musical Theatre, representing them at the Stephen Sondheim Student Performer of the Year awards in 2011.
Theatre: The Mikado, The Misunderstanding, The Pelican, The Vagina Monologues, Steps, Dr NH Service, and Naked Ground.
Film/TV: Starman, Virginia’s Walk, Cat and Mouse, Svengali, and QVC.
Jennie is in The Rudy Vees, a comedy cabaret band who perform throughout the UK, and Ancora, a classical crossover quartet who perform on cruise ships worldwide. She is also a published writer and professional model.
Sarah Lee Nicholls
Sarah is a recent graduate of the 1 year Intensive Musical Theatre course at the American Musical Theatre Academy, London.
Roles whilst training included ‘Charlotte/ ensemble’ in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens,’ Abby/ Aunt Patty/ Kyles mother/ ensemble’ in String of Pearls and ‘Daddy Assistant 2’ in Sweet Charity at The lost Theatre. Sarah is very excited to be playing the part of the Fairy Godmother in Dave, the Less than Average Fairy.
Samuel graduated from the Guildford School of Acting last year. Credits whilst training include Aegisthus in “Oresteia,” Shadrack in “Billy,” Egeon in “The Comedy of Errors,” and u/s Leo/Dance Captain in “The Producers.”
Theatre Credits: Peter in “Letters to Myself,” (Guildford Fringe) Jon in “Tick, Tick…Boom!” (Africa Centre, Covent Garden)
Film Credits: Dervish in “On Hungry Hill,” (Pursued by a Bear Productions) Gardener in “Moments,” (Genesis Flux & Divided Productions)
Workshop Credits: Mick in “A New Day,” and Mr Herrera “Tall, Thin and Blonde,” (The Tristan Bates Theatre) and Badgoink/Hedgehopper in “Ella and the Dragophant,” (Goldsmith’s Theatre)
Further credits include: “The Dusty Series,” (The Pheasantry) “West End Men,” (The Vaudeville Theatre) “Bums! On Seats,” (The White Bear Theatre).
William Forde has been acting professionally from a young age in various different mediums including film, television, radio, although his main love is for theatre.
His film and television credits include “The Young De’quincey” in BBC Documentary “Peter Akroyds London”, H.O. in Carlton Films’ The Treasure Seakers, as well as various roles as a background artist.
His theatre credits include the lead role in new musical A New Day at the Tristan Bates Theatre, Dominic in the Open Door Drama Production of Latin.
He is also currently involved in a long running theatre in education project called Off The Level, funded by Network Rail.
His next theatre project is a new production called Forever Young - a collection of poems and songs from World War I adapted for the stage.
Cyanide / Corporal Flashdance
Trained: American Musical theatre Academy, London.
Theatre includes: Sweet Charity (Lost Theatre), Doug in Elegies for Angel, Punks and Raging Queens, (Stageworks productios), Ryan in High school Musical, Can Can the musical (talian Tour), The Divine Comedy (Grimaldi Forum, Monte Carlo), Moose in Crazy for You, The Bellring town (Manoel Theatre, Malta), the Nutcracker (soloist parts).
Choreography includes: Funny Love , I Love you, you’re Perfect, now change (Italy).
Hannah graduated from the American Musical Theatre Academy of London and has since gone on to work in Theatre, Television, Film and Musical Theatre.
Recently she finished a run of new puppetry show “The Hole In the Night” and filmed a commercial for ‘Standard Life Insurance’.
Other credits include; Lady MacDuff/Gentlwoman/ASM in ‘Macbeth’, Daisy in ‘WAG – The Musical’, Miranda in ‘The Tempest’ and Margaret in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ for Animated Shakespeare, Joanne in ‘Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens’, and acting ensemble for The Regent Centre in the New Forest.
Hannah is also a Cabaret Artist who has performed several times with KiwiFruits Productions, most recently appearing in their sold out show, ‘Sondheim Women’ at the St James Theatre.