Thank you to Harry Ensor and Ciaran Hammond for being the best plastic monsters and Abigail Screen for making the most beautiful puppets and set. Thank you again to all our wonderful audiences young and old for seeing the show and for being so playful, it wouldn’t be the show it is without you. Thank you to all the venues who have programmed and supported us as a new company. We are so very grateful.
Bethan Screen is a British actor, voiceover artist, workshop leader and part-time turtle. She trained at Rose Bruford College in BA European Theatre Arts, Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático Murcia in Spain and at the Jacques Lecoq school in Paris. She specialises in physical, devised theatre and also immersive theatre and puppetry. She is a clown at heart and will always try to shoe-horn in a dance routine or a song.
Artist web site... Bethan Screen
Head of Education
Annabel has a BA(Hons) from Rose Bruford in European Theatre Arts and currently working to complete her Masters at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in Text & Performance. She is a creative director, dramaturg and outreach educator, with experience designing and leading creative projects across the world with up to 120+ performers, of all ages. She has been Director-in-Residence at Harrow School and Eton College since 2015 before moving back into the freelance world.
Artist web site... Annabel Morley
Associate artist, designer
Abigail Screen is a theatre designer and artist, currently based in South London working within both set and costume design. She is the designer for Romantika, a physical theatre company.
Abigail graduated in 2017 from Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance with a First Class honours degree in BA(Hons) Theatre Design.
Artist web site... Abigail Screen
Graduated from Rose Bruford College, London (class of 2014) in European Theatre Arts. A subject that has helped me delve into interesting forms of performance and creative methodologies. Due to my training background, I have worked in projects incorporating elements of physical theatre and acrobatics alongside clowning and mime. I am quite interested in these performative pathways as I am inspired by the works of The Marx Brothers and Buster Keaton.
Ciaran is an actor and writer with a strong background in devised theatre. He is an Associate Artist for absurdist theatre makers, LoudGround, and has worked with them on their productions THE STORY OF KATE, THE HYENA-LIKE CREATURE, and SNAPPER (in development) as well BEASTIA, a short film. He is a founding member of physical theatre company Romantika. In 2017, he toured with Romantika to Paris, Sweden and the Edinburgh Fringe, as a performer and deviser in The Crossing Place.... Ciaran is a non-fiction writer and also writes creatively within theatre and live performance. He writes for physical and visual theatre publication Total Theatre Magazine. In 2018, he assisted in the development of their British Lottery funded Total Theatre Magazine Archive, a public, digital archive of arts journalism and writing. Ciaran frequently performs in immersive theatre and has previously worked with established companies such as Dank Parish and The Lab Collective, and has performed in renowned venues such as Battersea Arts Centre and Summerhall. He has also worked as a workshop facilitator for Bred in the Bone and Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance. Ciaran was primarily trained on BA(Hons) European Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, and has received further training at Eesti Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemia Lavakunstikool and Actor’s Temple UK. He is represented by R.D Casting as an actor.
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