PHILLIPA AND WILL ARE NOW IN A RELATIONSHIP
If Romeo and Juliet had used Facebook ...
Phillippa and Will are students with more time for each other than their studies. As they air every developing detail of their relationship on Facebook nothing remains private.
'Cute, novel and heaps of fun ... innovative and hilarious'.
- EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW
At Sir Henry’s wake a heady cocktail of infidelity, jealousy and greed is served by his family. In a hilarious reconstruction of events Alec, portraying all concerned, hopes to straighten things out with his long suffering wife. Will she be convinced? Or will it make matters worse?
'... a sizzling piece of comic theatre.’ - THE STAGE
'The script is unbelievably strong, not a second is wasted ... simply sensational.' - NOISES OFF
Judges’ Award for Comedy, National Student Drama Festival.
(Will and Alec)
John tranied at UCLan, graduating in 2012 with a BA Hons Degree in Acting.
His most recent theatre credits include; ‘Gus' in ‘The Dumb Waiter’ (Pen to Paper Productions, The Bury Met) 'Kev' in 'A Lot Of It About' (Organized Chaos Productions, The Lowry) 'Demetrius' in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'. 'Matt' in '300 Days The Musical' (Receptive Theatre). 'David Vincent' in 'Desperate Measures' (The Manchester Shakespeare Company, Three Minute Theatre). And most recently 'Dan' in 'Sticky Labels' (Buxton Fringe Festival). John is thrilled to be working with Free Range Theatre Company!
(Will & Alec)
Adam graduated from Birmingham School of Acting in 2011.
A versatile actor, his stage credits include Berkoff's Lunch, Miss Julie, Kafkaesque at the Lowry, Tale Trail to a Christmas Carol at the New Vic and Indigestion at London's Riverside Studios. Adam has also performed at Globe Theatre as part of the Sam Wanamaker festival.
Film and Voice work include Second Life for Sour Grapes Productions and Tremor of Intent for the Anthony Burgess Foundation
In a professional career spanning just a few years Adam has already won the Laurence Olivier Bursary Award from the Society of
London Theatre, and a Nomination for the Carleton Hobbs Radio Award for outstanding voice work.
(Phillipa & Mary)
Rebecca most recently toured with Freerange as 'Spoonface' in Lee Hall's Spoonface Steinberg, gaining her a Best Actor Nomination, Buxton Fringe Festival 2013, together with a Nomination for Best Fringe Performance, MANCHESTER THEATRE AWARDS 2013.
Further stage credits include playing The Slave of the Lamp in Aladdin (aged 9!),
and roles in Romeo and Juliet (Juliet), Vain Zarathustra and recently How to Relax in Andalucía.
TV work includes commercials for Jet2.com and Hoover, Vicky Phillips in Heartbeat, Sarah in Emmerdale , Christine in Prime Suspect and (at the time of writing) an emotionally draining role in Fred and Rose West: The Untold Story for Channel 5.
Hugo has directed several plays for Freerange before. Most recent credits include:
Spoonface Steinberg by Lee Hall
Nominated Best Actor and Best Production, Buxton Fringe Festival 2013
Nominated Best Fringe Performance, MANCHESTER THEATRE AWARDS 2013
Einstein's Daughter by Rob Johnston
Winner King's Cross Award for New Writing, VotedBest of 2012, Public Review
Nominated Best Actor, Best Production and Best New Writing, Buxton Fringe Festival 2012
The Cutting by Maureen O'Brien
Nominated Best Actor, Best Production,
Buxton Fringe Festival 2009
Oleanna by David Mamet
Winner Best Actor and Nomination Best Actor, Winner Best Production, Buxton Fringe Festival 2006
REMOTEGOAT * * * *
- a highly entertaining piece about two lovable innocents
- very rewarding