STAFF Amy Angus Drama Class Tutor Tom Arnott Front of House Lorraine Barclay Front of House Isabella Barrett Front of House Omar Bhatia Front of House David Black Front of House Alex Brady Box Office Supervisor/IT Neil Bratchpiece Front of House Laura Briggs Front of House Marion Brochard Front of House Louise Brown Creative Learning Officer Andrew Bunton Front of House Lara Carter Drama Class Assistant Helen Cassidy Digital Marketing Manager Lisa Corr Drama Class Tutor Natalia Cortes Company Stage Manager Elaine G Coyle Head of Wardrobe Carol Cull Housekeeper Maureen Dalton Front of House Lesley Davidson Head of Operations Denise Differ Box Office Manager Marco Di Mario Front of House Miriam Sarah Doren Drama Class Assistant Michael Dorrance Deputy Head of Workshop Ann Dundas Housekeeper Lisa Dundas Box Office/Housekeeper Paul Dundas Box Office/Data Supervisor Julia Easton Box Office Jennifer Edelsten Marketing Assistant Sophie Fernie Front of House Barry Forde Assistant Stage Manager Neil Francis Drama Class Tutor Jacky Gardiner Front of House Vasso Georgiadou Front of House Anne Gillan Finance Officer Elly Goodman Community Drama Artist Alasdair Hankinson Actor Internship John Haughian Stage Door Security Eleanor Harris Head of Development Jamie Hayes Head of Stage Neil Haynes Head Scenic Artist Jill Henderson Drama Class Assistant Dominic Hill Artistic Director Guy Hollands Associate Director (Citizens Learning) Lucy Hollis Actor Internship Stuart Jenkins Head of LX & Sound Debbie Jones Front of House Jennifer Knotts Front of House Carmen Lam Development Intern Campbell Lawrie Box Office/Drama Class Supervisor
SPONSORS Jessie Lawson Front of House Karen Lee Wardrobe Assistant/Dresser Catherine Major Drama Class Assistant Joanne Marr Drama Class Tutor Alison Martin Head of Marketing & Communications Carly McCaig Creative Learning Intern Gerald McDermott Electrician/LX Operator Jason McQuaide Welder/Stage Technician Catherine Major Drama Class Assistant Iain McClenaghan Front of House Morna McGeoch Drama Class Assistant Mark McGrory Front of House Lawrie McInally Stage Door Administrator Crawford McKenzie Deputy Head of Wardrobe Lauren Macluskie Front of House Debbie Montgomery Drama Class Tutor Jim Morrison Bar Supervisor Jacqueline Muir Production Administrator Catriona Mullen Front of House Jack Mullen Box Office Emily Murphy Front of House Denis Murphy Head of Workshop Keren Nicol Senior Marketing and Press Officer Petriece O’Donnell Front of House Cathy O’Neill Deputy Stage Manager Neil Packham Community Drama Director Sam Packham Front of House Suzanne Pirrie Box Office/Drama Class Assistant Ellen Porteous Front of House Duty Manager Marion Quinn Front of House Paul Rigby Front of House Sami Sharif Front of House Suzy Sharif Front of House Rosanna Simpson Assistant Stage Manager Andy Smith Housekeeper Angela Smith Education Officer Ann Smith Housekeeper Laura Smith Deputy Head of LX & Sound Lorna Stallard Front of House Anna Stapleton Administrative Director Kerry Stirling Front of House Graham Sutherland Head of Production Chris Traquair Head Flyman/Technician Martin Travers Producer (Citizens Learning) Andrew Turner Stage Door Administrator/ Front of House Duty Manager Colin White Drama Class Tutor/Supervisor Emma Whoriskey Assistant Stage Manager Ross Williamson Building Supervisor Max Wiszniewski Front of House
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5 Apr – 27 Apr 2013
SIOBHAN REDMOND | MEPHISTOPHELES
THE CAST LEAH BROTHERHEAD | WAGNER Theatre credits include: People Like Us (The Pleasance); DNA (UK Tour); The Kitchen Sink (Bush Theatre); Euphoria (Fruit); Sum Zero (Lyric Hammersmith); Product Placement (Watford Palace); Time Warner Ignite 2&4 (Waterloo East); The 24 Hour Plays: Old Vic New Voices (Old Vic); The House of Bernarda Alba (Tristan Bates); Eye/Balls and Victory Street (Soho). Film and television credits include: Vera, Doctors and Jess/Jim. Leah is a Carleton Hobbs award winner and has recorded various radio dramas with the BBC including The Archers, I, Claudius, The Big Sleep, Danton’s Death, The Far Pavillions and Showboat.
ESTHER RUTH ELLIOTT | DUCHESS / ROBYN Esther trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Theatre credits include: Top Girls (Out Of Joint/No 1 Tour); The New World Order (Barbican/ Hydrocracker); The Importance of Being Earnest (New Wolsley, Ipswich); Oliver Twist (Bolton Octagon Theatre); Measure for Measure, The Taming of the Shrew and Cymbeline (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Three Sisters, Twelfth Night, Pericles and The Winter’s Tale (Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory); Reading Hebron, Leaving and Once We Were Mothers (Orange Tree, Richmond); Cariad (Theatr Clwyd); The Erpingham Camp (Hydrocracker, Brighton Festival) and Intimate Exchanges (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds). Television credits include: Emmerdale, Heartbeat and Casualty.
ALASDAIR HANKINSON | DEVIL / SCHOLAR / PARTY ATTENDEE Alasdair graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in July 2012. His professional credits include: Sleeping Beauty (Citizens Theatre); #neednothing (Arches Live!); The History Boys (Greenwich Theatre); Kasimir and Karoline (National Theatre of Scotland Rehearsal Reading) and The Legend of Captain Crow’s Teeth (Unicorn Theatre, London). Whilst training, Alasdair was the recipient of a Laurence Olivier Bursary and is currently one of two Citizens Theatre Actor Interns.
CHRISTOPHER KEEGAN | CORNELIUS Christopher graduated from the Drama Centre London in 2009. He grew up in West Yorkshire where he joined Halifax’s Calderdale Theatre School and played Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady (NODA Award - Best Leading Male in a Junior Production). Theatre credits include: The History Boys (UK Tour); The Madness of George III (Theatre Royal, Bath), The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare’s Globe), Sense (Company of Angels/Southwark Playhouse), As You Like It, The Changeling, The Government Inspector, You Can’t Take It With You, Awake and Sing, Emilia Galotti, Three Sisters and Pygmalion (Drama Centre). Television credits include: Hustle and Doctors.
JOHN KIELTY | VALDES Theatre credits include: The Bible: Abridged (Reduced Shakespeare Company); Roman Bridge, Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off, (National Theatre of Scotland); Sleeping Beauty (Citizens Theatre); The Cone Gatherers (His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen); The 27 Club (Forever 27 Productions); Whatever Gets You Through the Night (The Arches); Confessions of a Justified Sinner, The Cherry Orchard (Royal Lyceum). Film and TV includes: Taggart, River City, One Life Stand and many BBC radio dramas. John has co-written new musicals including: Wasted Love, Active Virgin (RCS); The Murder of Geoffrey Robbins (Òran Mór); The 27 Club and collaborated on Glasgow Girls (NTS).
GARY LILBURN | LUCIFER / POPE / BRUNO / PRESIDENT Recent work includes appearing in Colin Teeven’s last play The Kingdom (a three hander based on the Oedipus myth) at the Soho Theatre; Philomena, the soon to be released Stephen Frears film starring Judy Dench, and Brendan O’Carroll’s hit TV show, Mrs. Brown’s Boys, in which he plays Father Quinn. Other work includes: Buried Child (Leicester Curve); 16 Possible Glimpses (Abbey Theatre, Dublin); Calendar Girls (West End/Tour) and The Man Who Had All the Luck (Donmar Warehouse). TV credits include: Pete Versus Life, Pulling, Sea Of Souls, Whistleblower, 55 Degrees North and Perfect Day The Funeral. Film credits include: Eden, Garage and Veronica Guerin.
Theatre credits include: King John, Richard III, Spanish Tragedy, Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, Much Ado About Nothing (Royal Shakespeare Company); Dunsinane (National Theatre of Scotland/Royal Shakespeare Company); Celebrity Autobiography (Glasgow Comedy Festival); The Secret Garden (Festival Theatre, Edinburgh); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe); House of Bernarda Alba, Mary Stuart (National Theatre of Scotland); Dido-Queen of Carthage (National Theatre); U.S. and Them (Hampstead Theatre); The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh); An Experienced Woman Gives Advice (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Trick is to Keep Breathing (Tron Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream and King Lear (Renaissance Theatre Company).
ANN LOUISE ROSS | GOOD ANGEL Theatre credits include: Further than the Furthest Thing, Sunshine on Leith, The Winter’s Tale, Gypsy, Peer Gynt, Ubu the King, Steel Magnolias, Sweeney Todd, Mother Courage, Romeo and Juliet, If Destroyed True (Dundee Rep); Guid Sisters (National Theatre of Scotland/Royal Lyceum); Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off and Age of Arousal (Royal Lyceum). Television credits include: Case Histories, Bob Servant Independent, Rebus: Let it Bleed, The Bill, The Key, Life Support, Looking After Jo Jo and Hamish Macbeth. Film credits include: Split Second; Trainspotting; The Witch’s Daughter and The Acid House Trilogy: Granton Star Cause.
KEVIN TRAINOR | DOCTOR FAUSTUS Theatre credits include: Twelfth Night, Solstice, The Comedy of Errors, Eric La Rue (Royal Shakespeare Company); Playboy of the Western World, Six Degrees of Separation (Old Vic); Canary (Liverpool Everyman/Hampstead); Lost Monsters; (Liverpool Everyman); Bent (West End); Gladiator Games (Stratford East); Titanic (MAC Belfast); By Jeeves (Landor); Fishbowl (Theatre 503). Television credits include: The Café (series one and two); John Adams; The Catherine Tate Show; Vera; Sherlock; Tripping Over; The Commander; Titanic: Birth of a Legend. Film credits include: Hellboy; Make it New, John.
OLIVER WILSON | BAD ANGEL Theatre credits includes: Blue/Orange (ATG, Theatre Royal Brighton/UK Tour); Emperor and Galilean (National Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (York Theatre Royal/Pilot Theatre and UK Tour); Antony and Cleopatra (Nuffield Theatre); All’s Well that Ends Well (National Theatre/Olivier) Pigeon Love (The Space); Much Ado About Nothing (Derby Live); This Child (Pilot Theatre Company); The Gala, World Poetry Day Recital and Seven Ages of Poetry (Royal Shakespeare Company). Film and television credits include: Misfits, Hollyoaks, Casualty, Groove Town and Karmic Compensation. All other parts played by members of the Company.
ADAM FLYNN / FINLAY JAMIESON | YOUNG FAUSTUS
COMMUNITY CAST MEMBERS OF CITIZENS YOUNG CO. AND NIGHTSCHOOL DRAMA CLASSES #TAKEPART Robyn Ferguson, Beag Horn, Jasmine Main, Eirinn Mallon, David McCaig and Rachel McGowan.
CREATIVE TEAM COLIN TEEVAN | WRITER Recent stage work includes: The Kingdom; There Was A Man, There Was No Man; The Lion of Kabul; How Many Miles to Basra?; The Bee and The Diver, both co-written with Hideki Noda; Missing Persons, Four Tragedies, Roy Keane; Monkey!; The Walls and Alcmaeon in Corinth. Adaptations include: Kafka’s Monkey; Peer Gynt (directed by Dominic Hill, winner of four CATS Awards); Don Quixote with Pablo Ley and Svejk. Translations include: Euripides’ Bacchai; Cuckoos (both directed by Sir Peter Hall); Marathon and Iph. Television includes: Single Handed for RTÉ and ITV, Vera for ITV. Colin has written over 20 plays for BBC Radio. He is Professor of Playwriting and Screenwriting at Birkbeck College, University of London. All his work is published by Oberon Books.
DOMINIC HILL | DIRECTOR
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Dominic Hill is Artistic Director of the Citizens Theatre and has directed Sleeping Beauty, Krapp’s Last Tape and Footfalls, King Lear and Betrayal (winner of Best Director, 2012 Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland) for the theatre. From 2008, he was Artistic Director of the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh where highlights included: The Last Witch (a co-production with Edinburgh International Festival), The Three Musketeers and the Princess of Spain and The Goat or Who is Sylvia? Prior to
this he worked at Dundee Rep where he was Associate Director and Joint Artistic Director with James Brining from 2003. Other credits include Falstaff (Scottish Opera) and The City Madam (Royal Shakespeare Company). He has directed in theatres in London and throughout the UK.
COLIN RICHMOND | DESIGNER Trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. First Class BA Hons. Linbury Prize Finalist. Colin has designed for many theatres throughout the UK and in London. Designs include: Entertaining Mr Sloane, Bad Girls – The Musical, Breakfast With Mugabe (RSC) (all West End); A Christmas Carol, (Birmingham Rep); Annie, Animal Farm, (WYP); Restoration (Bristol Old Vic/Headlong Theatre); Betrayal (nominated Best Design, Scottish Critics Awards 2012) (Citizens Theatre); Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd (nominated Best Design, Scottish Critics Awards 2011) (Dundee Rep Theatre); Europe (Barbican); Betrayal (The Crucible, Sheffield); La Bohème (Opera Holland Park); The Three Musketeers (ETT/Traverse); Futureproof (Traverse/ Dundee Rep); Men Should Weep (NTS); James and the Giant Peach (National Tour). Future work includes: Titus Andronicus, Wendy and Peter Pan (RSC); Beautiful Thing (West End).
TIM MITCHELL | LIGHTING DESIGNER Tim is an Associate Lighting Designer for the RSC and Chichester Festival Theatre. Theatre includes: A Doll’s House (National Theatre of Scotland); The Winslow Boy (Old Vic); Kiss Me Kate (Old Vic/Chichester); A Chorus of Disapproval (West End); My Fair Lady (Sheffield); Singin’ in the Rain (Nominated for Best Musical Revival Olivier Award, West End/Chichester); Crazy For You (West End/Regents Park); Written on the Heart (West End/RSC); The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (Kensington); Goodnight Mr. Tom (West End/UK Tour); Yes Prime Minister (West End/UK Tour/Chichester); Human Being (Hampstead); The Turn of The Screw, (Almeida); Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (West End/Chichester); The Orphan of Zhao (RSC); Forests (Birmingham Rep); Merrily We Roll Along (Donmar); Dirty Dancing (West End / Toronto / Hamburg / Utrecht / USA / Berlin / South Africa).
DAN JONES | COMPOSER AND SOUND DESIGNER Theatre credits include: Antigone, The Kitchen, Greenland (National Theatre); England (Whitechapel); King Lear, Through a Glass Darkly (Almeida); Moonlight (Donmar); The City Madam (RSC) A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Dundee Rep). Film credits include: Max (Ivor Novello Award Best Score), Shadow of the Vampire, The Tonto Woman (Oscar nominated Best Short), White Lilacs, Four Last Songs, Turn It Loose and The Dark Half. Television credits include: Any Human Heart (BAFTA winner Best Music), Appropriate Adult, The Fear, The Town, The Secret of Crickley Hall, Criminal Justice, David Attenborough’s Life of Mammals, The Ghosts of Rwanda. Audio installations include: Sky Orchestra (London Olympics 2012 / Sydney Festival). Directing work includes: Going Dark, War Music and Kursk (Young Vic/Sydney Opera House). Dan is co-founder and artistic director of Sound&Fury Theatre Company.
KALLY LLOYD-JONES | MOVEMENT DIRECTOR Kally Lloyd-Jones trained as a dancer, has an MA in English Literature and Film Studies from Glasgow University and has worked as a director, choreographer, dancer, movement director and teacher in the UK and internationally. She is Artistic Director of Company Chordelia and has recently created, directed and toured the company’s latest productions, Les Amoureux, Cabaret Chordelia, Miranda and The Seven Deadly Sins, an award-winning co-production with Scottish Opera. Her choreography/movement direction credits include: Scottish Opera, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Tête à Tête Opera, Edinburgh International Festival, Traverse Theatre, Licketyspit Theatre Company and Aye Productions. Directing credits include: Scottish Opera, RCS, The Byre, Tête à Tête Opera Festival, Bloomsbury Opera and St Andrews Opera.
JAMES FREEDMAN | ILLUSION DESIGNER James Freedman is an award-winning British professional magician and magic consultant. Offstage, James works as a specialist adviser for film, television and theatre, designing illusions and teaching actors his unusual skills. Films include: Les Misérables (Pickpocket Consultant); The Illusionist (Magic Consultant), Oliver Twist (Pickpocket Trainer) and The Brothers Bloom (Magic Adviser). Television credits include: trickfabrik, Hustle, The Big Breakfast, This Morning, The Making of Oliver Twist, The Real Hustle, The Slammer, Dip and The Gadget Show. Theatre credits include: Magic at the Palladium, Wait until Dark and The Magic Circle Christmas Show.
BEN HART | ILLUSION DESIGNER Ben Hart is a magician and illusion designer. Ben invents, writes and builds magic tricks for magicians, working behind the scenes with some of the world’s top performers. Theatre credits include: The Arthur Conan Doyle Appreciation Society (Traverse); Paul Merton: Out of my Head (Tour/West End); Chris Cox Fatal Distraction (Tour); Wet Paint Magic Show, Stage Fright (Theatre Royal, Bury St. Edmunds); Fatherland (The Gate); Wonderland (Work of Genius) and Darker Shores (Hampstead Theatre). Advertising work includes: Nicorette, Sky TV and Trident. Film and television includes: The Egg Trick, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and The Dare.
RENNY KRUPINSKI | FIGHT DIRECTOR CAMILLA EVANS | CASTING DIRECTOR ANDREW WHYMENT | ASSISTANT DIRECTOR (BIRKBECK TRAINEE)