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Cast
Bishop Bilodeau    John Sears
Simon in 1952/Timothee Doucet    Myles Horgan
Count Vallier de Tilly    David England
Simon Doucet in 1912    Dale Page
Jean Bilodeau    Simon Donovan
Countess Marie-Laure de Tilly    Matt Ian Kelly
Mademoiselle Lydie-Anne de Rozier    Ian Hallard
Father Saint-Michel/Baron de Hue    Andrew Hayler
Student/Baroness de Hue    Dinarte Gouveia


John Sears

John Sears (Bishop Bilodeau)
John trained with the Actors Company.

Recent credits include: Dracula (Harry Williams - Catford Broadway Studio); Bell Book & Candle (Mark Giesser - Greenwich Playhouse); Othello (Suba Das - Rose Theatre Bankside); Red Peppers/Still Life (Aline Waites - Pentameters); Cinderella (Rhys Thomas - Hertford Theatre); In Times Of War (Jamie Rocha Allan - Rose Theatre Bankside); Buried Alive (Diana Thomas - Rose Theatre Bankside); Merchant Of Venice (Alexandra Spencer-Jones - Camden People's Theatre); Spiders Web (Metziam Ndukwe - White Bear Kennington); Romeo & Juliet (Alexandra Spencer-Jones - Abbeyfest); Waiting For What (Sam Rice, New Season Productions) and A Patriot For Me (David Harris, the New Players Theatre).

John has also worked on several short films and commercials.


Myles Horgan

Myles Horgan (Simon in 1952/Timothee Doucet)
Myles Horgan's film and television credits include Ken Loach's The Wind That Shakes The Barley (winner of the Palmedor), Strength And Honour, When Brendan Met Trudy, The Last September directed by Deborah Warner, Waking The Dead (BBC), Custerís Last Stand Up (BBC/RT…, BAFTA winner 2001), and he has performed as the character Rory for two years in the highly popular soap opera Faircity (RT…).

He has acted in theatre productions internationally with the Everyman Palace and Corcadorca Theatre Company, including The Glass Menagerie and also in Madame Teillier and Animal Farm among others. He has produced, directed and written a number of plays and short films including Paddy (winner of the Galway Film Festival 1996) and also works as a drama Facilitator for Bigfoot Theatre Company.

Myles studied Theatre and Dramatics at Trinity College, Dublin.


David England

David England (Count Vallier de Tilly)
David England trained at the Arts University College Bournemouth and graduated in 2010 with a BA in Acting. Before training he appeared in many youth productions in the North of England such as Ensemble in Oliver! (Grand Opera House, York), Riff in West Side Story (St Aidans Theatre) and as Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night with The RSC's youth project in 2007 (West Yorkshire Playhouse).

During training he took lead roles in his graduating shows, the first being Mirrabelle in William Congreve's The Way Of The World. He then took the role of Lord Arthur Holmwood in a physical theatre performance of Bram Stoker's Dracula, and finally the lead role of Lord Windermere in Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermereís Fan both at the prestigious Lighthouse Theatre in Poole.

Since graduating David has appeared in a fringe performance at Rosemary Branch Theatre in Islington as the role of Hog in a production of Angelus with Rum and Monkey Productions of which he is a founding member. He has also performed a season with the UK's leading scare company, AtmosFear in The Halloween Hollow as Puck the Fawn. Most recently David appeared in Gilbert and Sullivanís operetta Iolanthe as the male lead, Strephon at the Harrogate Theatre.


Dale Page

Dale Page (Simon Doucet in 1912)
Dale trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Theatre includes: Georg Zirschnitz in Spring Awakening (National Tour, Sell A Door); Lead Vocalist in Cromer Seaside Special (Openwide International); Lead Vocalist in High School Mania! (National Tour, Openwide International); various roles in The Laramie Project (Greenwich Theatre, Wild Oats); various roles in The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later (Greenwich Theatre, Wild Oats); Vocalist in Through The Door (Trafalgar Studios, Perfect Pitch) and the title role in Aladdin (Sheringham Little Theatre).

Film includes: Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (Warner Bros).


Simon Donovan

Simon Donovan (Jean Bilodeau)
Simon trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, gaining a first-class BA (Hons) degree in Musical Theatre.

Theatre: Simon made his professional debut in the UK/European Tour of Evita and had the privilege of performing in many opera houses around Europe. On his return to the UK last year he was asked to sing the role of Marius in Les Miserables for the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra to celebrate the shows 25th anniversary, much to his disappointment this couldnít go ahead with the announcement of the 02 concert. Other theatre credits include Crazy For You (London Palladium) and Through The Door (Trafalgar Studios).

Roles whilst training include: Tony in West Side Story, Al Deluca in A Chorus Line, Ben/Sugar/Mrs Silverman/Sister Philomena/Danny in The Rink, Enoch Snow in Carousel and the title role in Richard III.

Simon has recently filmed a new comedy pilot, playing Matthew in Living With Jesus, written and directed by Matthew Orton.


Matt Ian Kelly

Matt Ian Kelly (Countess Marie-Laure de Tilly)
Matt trained at ALRA. He has just returned from a sell-out run at the Adelaide Fringe in Australia of The Terrible Infants with Les Enfants Terribles. Matt has also toured to Singapore, Norway, Poland and Dubai with Les Enfants. He also originated the role of Lucifer in Immaculate for the company (UK and World tour).

He was very proud to have collaborated with Wild Oats and Greenwich Theatre and his own company City Lights Theatre on last year's award winning production of Jon Maran's The Temperamentals (Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, Hereford Theatre and Greenwich) in which he also took the role of Bob Hull.

Other acting credits include Torch Song Trilogy (Redgrave Theatre), What's Wrong with Angry? (Oval House and BAC), I Am Oscar Wilde (Croydon Warehouse), Tomorrow People (Big Finish Productions) and the film, Kira: A Tale Of Love In The Darkness (Bushey Hill Productions).

As a director credits include The Gaydar Diaries (Sussex Arts, Pleasance London/Edinburgh), Laughter Under The Bombs (Theatre 503 for Sulis Productions) and the site-specific comedy Dogging (Royal Vauxhall Tavern). Matt's second play as playwright Lightning Strikes debuted at the Project Arts Centre in Dublin, under the direction of Patrick Wilde.


Ian Hallard

Ian Hallard (Mademoiselle Lydie-Anne de Rozier)
Ian Hallard trained at Mountview.

Theatre credits include The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (West Yorkshire Playhouse), A Midsummer Nightís Dream (J2 Productions/Southwark Playhouse), The Importance Of Being Earnest (Jermyn Street Theatre), Donkeysí Years (UK Tour/Sonia Friedman), Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK Tour/Bill Kenwright Ltd), The Tempest (Wimbledon Studio), Snow White And The Seven Dwarves (Princeís Theatre, Clacton), A Christmas Carol (Antic Disposition), Ballets Russes (Rosemary Branch), Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (Battersea Arts Centre), and two seasons with the Covent Garden Festival in Trial By Jury.

Television credits include Sherlock, Poirot, Hustle, Crooked House, Doctors, Where The Heart Is, Ideal, The First Men In The Moon, The Worst Journey In The World, Marple, Global Conspiracy and Suburban Shootout.

Radio credits include Nebulous and Murder Every Monday for Radio 4, and several plays for Big Finish Productions in their Doctor Who, Sapphire And Steel, The Tomorrow People and Judge Dredd ranges.

Ian has also performed in cabaret with the comedy barbershop quartet Scales Of The Unexpected.


Andrew Hayler

Andrew Hayler (Father Saint-Michel/Baron de Hue)
Andrew is an actor, writer and director. He has performed at the Edinburgh Festival in Scott Mills: The Musical for BBC Radio 1 playing Sir Andy Parfitt and Chris Moyles. He was proud to be part of the first collaboration between Greenwich Theatre, Wild Oats Productions and City Lights Theatre Company playing Chuck Rowland/Vincente Minnelli in The Temperamentals. Other City Lights Theatre Company productions include Jamie in Lightning Strikes at the Dublin Theatre Festival as well as Beryl(!) in an outdoor production called Dogging! For A Stage Kindly he played Zachery von Zell in the UK premiere of Slay It With Music.

He has performed in productions for English National Opera: La Boheme; Jenufa; Lucia Di Lammermoor; and the Olivier nominated Peter Grimes. For the Royal Opera House: La Forza Del Destino; Das Rheingold; Gotterdammerung; and the Olivier nominated Tristan And Isolde. For Glyndebourne: Rinaldo. With StopWatch Theatre Company he has performed in and been director on many educational productions: Chicken; Arson About; Way To Go!; Footsteps The Movie; and A Victorian Christmas.


Dinarte Gouveia

Dinarte Gouveia (Student/Baroness de Hue)
Dinarte Gouveia graduated from Goldsmiths College with a BA degree in Drama and Theatre Arts. Film credits include Jason in The Days In-Between (Detour Pictures), Matt in He Loves Me... (VolVentures), and an anti alcohol campaign.

Theatre credits include: Michael in As Fate Would Have It..., Harry in Black Swans (Edinburgh Fringe). Theatre credits whilst training - at Goldsmiths: Dave in GALS, John in A Gift Of Equal Cost, the lead in Alcestis, Sorin in The Seagull, and Attempts On Her Life. At Windsor Boys School: Alan in Equus, the title role in Oedipus, Hercules, Macbeth (modern adaptation), and Ralph in Lord Of The Flies.

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