|- by Ron Hutchinson - - directed by Peter Craze -|
|a Dual Theatre Company presentation|
Seán Brosnan comes from a theatrical family background. His father was an actor and toured
Ireland in the thirties. His grandmother was a playwright with many BBC radio credits and his grandfather
was a theatre director. Seán trained at R.A.D.A. in the company of Ian Ogilvy (The Saint) and Nick Henson
and was with them in a rock band called The Wombats.
Apart from Richard Latham, he has also worked with Matthew Kelly,
Robert Powell, Liza Goddard, Richard McCabe, Stubby Kay, Athene Seyler,
Gordon Rollings, Jon Pertwee, Martin Jarvis, Norman Vaughan and
Richard Latham trained at the Bristol Old Vic and has appeared in many West End and touring productions alongside such notable actors as Alaistair Sim, Seán Brosnan, Peter Bowles, Richard Briers, Derek Jacobi, Brian Rix, Michael Crawford and Molly Sugden. He is a stalwart of the European Arts Company, touring venues around the UK and is soon to be appearing as Badell in The Pickwick Papers.
Peter Craze (Director of Drama School London) has been a director/actor both in the UK and America for many years. He has also worked in Japan and Germany. Productions include Private Lives in Monterey,California; Hurlyburly and Benefactors in San Francisco; Taking Steps in Ireland, and in New York, both The Professional at Circle Rep. and the celebrated reading of Samuel Beckett’s Elutheria. He has appeared in many major TV series including The Bill, Eastenders, and Dr.Who. He has also acted in hundreds of BBC Radio productions. He is Principal of Drama Studio London, where he directs and teaches. More recently he has directed several Torben Betts plays including Incarcerator at BAC and The Biggleswades at The White Bear. He is currently directing Macbeth in Hartford, Connecticut and will then be performing more readings in New York and San Francisco.
Yael Shavit, assistant director to Peter Craze has worked on Five Visions of the Faithful
and The Biggleswades by Torben Betts (White Bear) and Incarcerator, also by Betts
(Time Out Critics Choice Festival). She directed Miss Julie, The Stronger, and Playing with Fire
by August Strindberg at The White Bear last year and more recently She Tumbles, a new piece by
Rex Moss at the Cockpit Theatre. Yael has also worked as Assistant Director to Jonathan Lloyd at the
Soho Theatre New Writers Festival and has recently assisted Max Stafford-Clark at Out of Joint.
She is recently directed Hedda Gabler at The White Bear Theatre in Kennington, London to great acclaim.