Meet The Cast
Jenny graduated from LAMDA in 2018. She has since worked in theatre and screen, including Macbeth (Shakespeare's Rose Theatre 2019), The Witcher (2021) and Downton Abbey 2 (2022).
Trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, James' credits include The Courier (2020), Ackley Bridge (2019), Stone and Water (2022) and Shakespeare in Love (The Living Theatre 2021).
Oscar trained at Oxford School of Drama. He has worked extensivley with the Bristol Old Vic Young Company appearing in Life Raft (Bristol Old Vic 2015). Other credits include Queesy (Southwark Playhouse 2021) and Stone and Water (2022).
A latecomer to acting, Rachel took her first steps on stage, as the back end of a pantomime cow in 2015. Under the guidance of the Whitwell Players she has progressed gradually to human form; playing Mary in A Bunch of Amateurs (2018) and Trixie in Daisy Pulls it Off (2019)
First appeared with the Living Theatre as the Stationmaster in its production of Through the Wardrobe at New Year. He is a regular performer with OVO Theatre Company and has appeared in a number of their productions at St Paul's Waldenbury, including the title role in Macbeth and Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor.
A Living Theatre original, Emma has been with the Theatre since its inception. Credits include; Romeo and Juliet (Soho Theatre 2017), Two (The Living Theatre 2020), Shakespeare in Love (LT 2021) and Through The Wardrobe (LT 2022).
Trained at Oxford School of Drama, this is Callum's first production at The Living Theatre. Callum's credits include No Particular Order (Southwark Playhouse 2021) and Doc Martin (2022).
Having studied with Identify School of Acting in 2021, this is Kelsey's first production at The Living Theatre. Credits include Breathing Corpses (Elastic Band 2017), Beacons (QMT 2019) and Eigengrau (QMT 2022).
Scott has worked extensively with Fourth Monkey Rep Programme. His other credit's include Finding Will (Signature Theatre 2019), Smiley (2019) and Dick Whittington (Johnny Tait Productions 2020).
Trained at Bristol Old Vic, Steph's credits include The Sister Boniface Mysteries (2022), We were having a perfectly nice time (Offie nominated Best Ensemble - 2020), The Mullah of Downing Street (2019) and Kiss Me (2018).
An all round theatre lover, Bea has been with The Living Theatre since her debut in Through the Wardrobe (LT 2021). You may have also seen her as Prince Charming in Cinderella with The Whitwell Players.
Will is about to begin the BA Hons course at Emil Dale Theatre School in September. This is his second production at The Living Theatre, returning after Shakespeare in Love (2021).