• Dominic Morgan | Actor

    November 24, 2020 Talent

    DOMINIC MORGAN is a passionate and skilful actor who’s dedicated to creating truthful performances across multiple genre.

    He trained extensively in the art of the Meisner technique and has excellent improvisational skills, often using this as a tool for developing his own projects. His next show is scheduled for Edinburgh 2021 should the global pandemic allow it.

    Dominic runs a storytelling event in London and also teaches the Meisner technique under the tutelage of Tom Radcliffe, who …

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  • Reuben Williams | Actor

    November 1, 2020 Talent

    REUBEN WILLIAMS is a gifted actor who has a natural strength performing comedy and drama, comfortably ranging from strong sympathetic types to darker, more sinister roles.

    His physical acting and quick wit combined with a sharp sense of humour endow him with exceptional improvisational skills. It’s this trait that allows Reuben to work as an event host, an MC, and also the Willy Wonka-style tourguide on his legendary fictional tours of London.

    Reuben’s voice is another real …

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  • Elisa L. Iannacone | Photographer

    November 24, 2019 Talent

    ELISA L. IANNACONE is an extroadinary photographer who has worked in over 25 countries across Africa, Asia, Europe, America and the Middle East. Her vast experience has given her a unique perspective of the world, and her work is both evocative and accomplished.

    Working as a photo-journalist, Elisa has delivered work for the likes of National Geographic, BBC World News and Vice, and to much acclaim. With an MA in International Journalism from City University London, Elisa …

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  • Reasons to be Religious

    November 11, 2019 In Development

    Title
    Reasons to be Religious

    Project Format
    TV Series

    Genre
    Comedy / Mocumentary

    Logline
    Prophets come in all forms. Meet Father Cassinelli.

    Short Description
    When his wife leaves him for a bodybuilder, Theobold Cassinelli receives a cryptic message from God that leads him to Little Hope Church where he attempts to save the crumbling empire of Christianity.

    Audience
    PRIMARY – Adults, male and female (20-40)
    SECONDARY – Teenagers, male and female (15-19)

    Comparative Shows
    The Office, Father Ted, The Vicar of Dibley

    View Reasons to be Religious concept sketches

    This work …

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  • The Intruder

    November 11, 2019 In Development

    Title
    The Intruder

    Project Format
    A Two Act Play

    Genre
    Crime / Mystery / Whodunnit

    Logline
    Time to throw a killer party

    Short Description
    When Sophia awakes to find her husband lying dead, everything points to her being the killer. Convinced it’s a set-up, she hatches a plan to lure the murderer back, discovering a long line of people with a motive for murder.

    Audience
    PRIMARY – Mature Adults, male and female (46-60)
    SECONDARY – Adults, male and female (30-45)

    Comparative Shows
    Mousetrap, An Inspector Calls, Dial “M” for …

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  • The Unspoken | Q&A with Actor, Will Teller

    September 2, 2018 Blog

    What most appealed to you about The Unspoken?

    Everyone will have a different opinion about The Unspoken and I like that. For me, The story is symbolic of how men, even with the best intentions, have oppressed women for centuries.

    At moments, the audience are likely to hate your character, Jimmy. Did you have any reservations about playing him?

    He’s certainly a character that can divide opinion, but I hope the audience will always find some way to …

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  • The Unspoken | Q&A with Actor, Elliot Blagden

    August 30, 2018 Blog

    What was it that first attracted you to The Unspoken?

    It’s the type of script that’s a real gift to an actor. It’s a bit of a cliche, but you always want something you can really sink your teeth into. Plus, the role of Dr. Rose is awkwardly funny yet dark at the same time, which I love.

    You play two characters in the play, both with very different agendas. How much of a challenge was that?

    As they’re …

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  • The Unspoken | Q&A with Lead Actress, Hannah Tarrington

    August 29, 2018 Blog

    In The Unspoken you play the lead character, Maggie. What was it that attracted you to the role?

    I liked her journey of trying to figure out life. As an actor I get to explore so many different situations with this one character and it’s challenging and fun all at the same time. She’s strong willed and knows her own mind, but she also has a caring maternal side, which makes her very human and relatable, …

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  • An interview on Diversity with Daniel York Loh

    August 24, 2018 Blog

    As part of our diversity campaign #theBAMEgame, we interviewed experienced actor Daniel York Loh – a mixed-race actor, writer, filmmaker and musician, with roots from both England and Asia. We recently caught up with him to discuss his views on diversity within the arts, and to try and understand the challenges of being a British creative with a strong connection to Singapore.

    What first sparked your interest in the arts?

    When I was younger, I was paying …

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  • The Unspoken | Q&A with Writer & Director, Jody Medland

    August 8, 2018 Blog

    How did The Unspoken come about?

    The first draft was written back in 2003. I was experimenting with the playbook format as I’d never written a play before. At the time, I was also curious about how disgraceful a character’s actions had to be before the audience would refuse to forgive them, so I was testing a few emotional boundaries. I never looked at the script again until last year, when Actor Awareness set “class” as …

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