Lucy
Nordberg


Cast


Trevor Scales - John

Trevor enjoys a passionate fascination with acting especially in the theatre. He is frequently asked to be involved in new and innovative work. Trained at East 15, he has performed with the education department of the National Theatre and was an original cast member of Marginal Bards acclaimed 'Hamlet Improvised' - the UK's first show of this type. He has also been an original cast member and has directed for Brighton's Bite Size Theatre and The Maydays improvisation troupe. He is also creator and director of Theatre Zen in which he seeks to incorporate the best of classical acting and modern improvisation forms.


Bob Gilchrist - Geoffrey

Bob trained at Brighton University, and his past theatre productions include: Henceforward (also Technical Director); House and Garden; Way Upstream; When We Are Married; Mr Macaroni's Exploding Pizza Pie; The Only Way (Tale of Two Cities); Hobson's Choice; Racing Demons; Arcadia; Noises Off; Gasping (all for the Lewes Little Theatre). House Guest; Habeas Corpus; Hobson's Choice; Enter A Free Man (all for the Plumpton Players). Dinner; Festen (both for the New Venture Theatre). The Crucible (for the Hit and Run Theatre Co). He also produced and edited a documentary film, International Helicopter Championship.


Jessica Jordon-Wrench - Miranda

Jessica Jordan-Wrench specialised in Directing at the University of Kent (including a year abroad at the University of California, San Diego) before going on to train in Classical Acting at Central School of Speech and Drama (including time spent at the Moscow Arts Theatre, Russia). Recent credits include Egle in 'La Dispute' at the Soho Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe, Emissary in 'HALL' with site specific company 19:29 and Meredith the Mermaid in 'A Dreamland Sideshow Christmas ' at the newly re-opened Tom Thumb Theatre in Margate (which she is a co-owner/director of). She is co-director of .dash, a company working collaboratively to create immersive, multidisciplinary events and installations.


Valerie Dent - Helen

Valerie trained at Mountview Theatre School. Her career background includes Apollo Theatre (West End), Ipswich Theatre, Eye Theatre, national tour for Limelight Productions. TV and film work include - Adrian Mole series, The Bill, 'Willie's War' (Channel 4), Gaza-London (Cannes Festival). Valerie is due to film a new web drama series called 'The Glue'. This is the fourth year Valerie has been part of the Brighton Festival (3 years with her own theatre company 5D Theatre Company - 'The Elevator Man').


Janine Robins - Janet

Janine Robins is a character actress - her credits include Lampito in Lysistrata, Matron in St Trinians the Musical, Mrs Fezziwig / Charwoman in A Christmas Carol (which had five star reviews and was directed by Ray Shell) and Tiresias and The Messenger in Oedipus. A reliable, hardworking member of any team - looking forward to challenges ahead.


Chris Jones - Franklin

Chris Jones is a character actor, and has performed in a number of shows in Brighton, including Alice in Wonderland (2003), The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui (2005), The Duchess of Malfi(2005), Memory of Water (2006), The Hypochondriac (Edinburgh Fringe, 5 star review from The Scotsman, 2006), The Goat (2007), all with SUDS. He has also appeared in Hysteria (Lebenskuenstler, 2007), The Poet and the Rent (Mister Gustaferson, 2008), Love and Understanding (Otherplace Productions, 2008), and Much Ado About Nothing (2004) and Measure for Measure (2007) at the Brighton Fringe Festival, both with Hello Id.


Angelina Pürschel - Candy

Angel is an aspiring young actress. She is studying Film Studies and American Studies at the University of Sussex. She has performed as Desdemona in Othello (Brighton Fringe 2009), Sue in Bash (2009) and Stevie in The Goat (2010), all through SUDS.


Luke Booys - Brad

Luke is a final year student of Drama and English at the University of Sussex and an aspiring young actor. Recent roles include Trigorin in The Seagull (SUDS). Hal in Proof (Lebensklinstler), Michael in The Pillowman (SUDS), and Professor Rubek in Ibsen's When We Dead Awaken for his final-year performance. He also acts and writes for Brighton comedy troupe Casual Violence with whom he'll be performing at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.