Cast
Francis Adams
Ben Carpenter
Amy Christie
Kevin James
Meghann Marty
Katharine Moraz
Gemma Nichols
Dale Page


Francis Adams

Francis Adams
Francis has enjoyed playing a diverse array of theatrical roles from patricidal Coleman in The Lonesome West to hen-pecked Terry in The Anniversary. In the new play Rip Her To Shreds he played God fearing preacher Neville, whilst in Arden Of Faversham, the earliest of the Jacobean domestic dramas, his portrayal of Franklin was noted for its “pathos and warmth”. He has played Shakespearian royalty - Don Pedro in Much Ado About Nothing and Alonso in The Tempest.

TV and film roles include Greg Williams in Banged Up Abroad, The Undertaker in The Magician’s Wife and he has also appeared in the award winning films Washdays and The Cases Of Detective Policeman - for which he won best actor award at the Landcrab Film Festival this year.

The Laramie Project has been close to Francis’s heart since being introduced to it in 2007. Being part of the Laramie “family” has been enlightening and inspirational.


Ben Carpenter

Ben Carpenter
Theatre credits include Macbeth (Broadway/West End/Chichester Festival Theatre), Sebastian in Twelfth Night (Chichester Festival Theatre), Sidings (Rose Theatre, Kingston), Kenneth Lake in French Without Tears (English Touring Theatre), 24 Hour Plays - Guy Fawkes Night (Old Vic Theatre), Benvolio in Romeo And Juliet (Cochrane Theatre), All Alone (Dublin Gay Theatre Festival - Best Actor Award).

Film credits include Macbeth (BBC/PBS), Commitment, Tent Boy, Remember My Friend.


Amy Christie

Amy Christie
Trained at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art and Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre includes: The Little Dog Laughed (Project Arts Centre, Dublin), Company (Pleasance), The Laramie Project (Greenwich Theatre/The Complex, Dublin/The Space), Bullpen (Theatre Souk at Theatre Delicatessen), Love's Labour's Lost (UK Tour), Twelfth Night (Greenwich Playhouse), Vera And The Sea (Etcetera Theatre), The Tempest (Cock Tavern Theatre), Death By Chocolate (Edinburgh Fringe Festival).

Readings and workshops include: Bless Her For Drowning (Royal Court Young Writers), Bertha And Art (Pleasance), The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later (Greenwich Theatre), Drat! The Cat! (Toynbee Studios), The Norman Conquests (Vaudeville), Being Someone Else, Feb Fourteen (Birmingham Hippodrome).

Cabaret includes: Swim While You're Singing (Battersea Barge).

Film includes: Distorted.


Kevin James

Kevin James
Kevin James has worked in various roles on and off the stage and screen. Theatre credits include: the national tours of Tess Of The D’Urbervilles, Babe The Sheep-Pig, Jacqueline Wilson’s Double Act, and Charlotte’s Web; the UK premiere of Michel Marc Bouchard’s drama Lilies; an adaptation of the Marguerite Duras thriller A Place Without Doors; the world premieres of the musicals Sunsets And Mornings and Maxina Todd NVQ; The Illustrated Games People Play at the Westminster Theatre in London; The Blue Monologues at the Shaw Theatre; and I Am Star Trek at the Edinburgh Festival.

Film work includes: Edward Willow in Spooky Electric; Ryan; The Perfect Number; The Executioner in Old Sparky (a test commercial for lastminute.com); Chris Tombes in 10 Fish; The Adventures Of A Plumber In Outer Space; A Dark Story Of Love; and most recently as Robin in A Morass, a neo-noir thriller due for release in 2011.

www.kevinjames.info


Meghann Marty

Meghann Marty
Meghann trained for four years in the United States. Her first two years were with DePaul University outside of Chicago, and her final two years were with The University of South Carolina in Columbia where she obtained her BA degree in Theatre Arts with a concentration in Acting. She completed her post-graduate training at the Oxford School of Drama and is very excited to continue her career in the UK.

Meghann was extremely happy to make her London theatrical debut with Wild Oats Productions and to work on such a dynamic script. Credits include Terrorism, As You Like It, The Art Of Success, Phaedra’s Love, The Shape Of Things, A View From The Bridge, The Country Wife and Dancing At Lughnasa.

www.meghannmarty.com


Katharine Moraz

Katharine Moraz
Katharine graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts with First Class Honours in Musical Theatre last May. Roles whilst training include: Edith Frank in The Diary Of Anne Frank, The Baker’s Wife in Into The Woods, Ensemble in West Side Story and Frau Gabour in Spring Awakening (play).

Theatre includes: Stump in The Finders (Greenwich Theatre).

Katharine has also been working on a Demo CD of a new musical for the National Theatre with the composer Grant Olding.

Katharine is delighted to be a part of The Laramie Project and to be back working with Greenwich Theatre.


Gemma Nichols

Gemma Nichols
Originally from Newcastle, Gemma graduated from Italia Conti in 2008 with a BA Hons in Acting. Roles whilst training include Edith Piaf in Piaf, Ella in After Mrs Rochester, Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Jenny in Men Should Weep.

Film and TV work includes Little Dorrit (BBC1), Supersizers Go 1920’s (BBC2), Strays (NFTS), Late August (Farnham Film School). Gemma is excited about playing Shelley in Love Blurs Boundaries, a feature film which is currently in development.

After playing Karla in Zanna, Don't!, Gemma is thrilled to be back with Wild Oats Productions.


Dale Page

Dale Page
Dale recently graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts with First Class Honours in Musical Theatre. Roles whilst training include: Harry Witherspoon in Lucky Stiff!, Hamlet in Hamlet, Gregory Gardner in A Chorus Line, and Action in West Side Story.

Dale is delighted to be making his professional debut with Wild Oats' The Laramie Project and would like to take this opportunity to thank his friends and family for their continued support.


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