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JEFFREY LLOYD-ROBERTS Peter Quint/Prologue The Turn of the Screw Jeffrey was born in Wales and studied at the Royal Northern College of Music. He has sung Janek The Makropulos Case (WNO), Nemorino L’Elisir d’Amore (ETO), Le Comte de Nangis Le Roi Malgré Lui, Walther Tannhauser and Enrico Aroldo (Chelsea Opera Group) and appeared in Weill’s Love Life (Opera North). He sang title role Albert Herring (Garsington), a role repeated in concert under Steuart Bedford (Harrogate Festival). Other roles include Andres Wozzek and Eurymacus The Return of Ulysses (Opera North), Burlotto Le Pescatrici, Lummer Intermezzo (Garsington), Florestan Fidelio, Don Jose Carmen, Macduff Macbeth (ETO), Judas The Last Supper (Glyndebourne Festival Opera at the Queen Elizabeth Hall). He has appeared at Grange Park as Lensky Eugene Onegin, Husband Breasts of Tiresias and Don Basilio/Don Curzio Figaro. Plans include Molqui The Death of Klinghoffer (BBC), Henry Morosus Die Schweigsame Frau (Garsington) and High Priest Idomeneo (GTO). LINDA MARLOWE Evangeline Anything Goes In London, Linda’s acting credits include Berkoff’s Women (New Ambassadors), The Misanthrope (Young Vic), 900 Oneonta (Lyric, Hammersmith), A Flea In Her Ear, Too Clever By Half (Old Vic) and Sore Throats (Royal Court). For the RSC, appearances include Oedipus Trilogy, The Virtuoso and Twelfth Night. Among her work with Steven Berkoff Decadence (Edinburgh, London, Dublin, Los Angeles), Hamlet, Greek, The Trial (London Theatre Group). Television credits include Spooks, Midsomer Murders, Dalziel & Pascoe and That Kind of Girl. Linda also has extensive experience as a director: A View From The Bridge (Leicester Haymarket), The Games Rule, High Brave Boy (RSC Festival, King’s Head), Metamorphosis (Manchester Contact Theatre) and CP Taylor’s Black & White (King’s Head). NATASHA MARSH The Governess The Turn of the Screw Natasha Marsh was born in Brecon, Wales. She spent four years with the National Youth Music Theatre and later studied at Birmingham University and the RCM. Roles include Acis Acis & Galatea and Polyphemus (Birmingham Early Music Festival), Polly The Threepenny Opera (Barber Concert Hall), Belinda Dido & Aeneas and Vespina L’infedeltà Delusa (Snape Maltings). At the London Handel Festival she has sung the role of Polissena Radamisto, Adelaide Lotario and Flavia Sillia (recently recorded for Hyperion). Other roles include Jacqueline Fortunio (Grange Park), Pamina Magic Flute and Micaela Carmen (ETO) and Polissena Radamisto (Opera North). Recent work includes the cre-
ation of the title role in Michael Berkeley’s new opera Jane Eyre (Music Theatre Wales) and Chabrier Une Education Manquée (Les Azuriales Opera). Future engagements include Ilia Idomeneo (Opera North) and Iphis Jeptha, her début for Welsh National Opera. Natasha won the MOSCA Young Welsh Singer of the Year 1999. CLARISSA MEEK Mrs Grose The Turn of the Screw Clarissa Meek studied at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. On leaving she joined the Scottish Opera chorus, from where she performed title role Iolanthe, a number of minor roles and understudied many more major ones. Clarissa then joined Glyndebourne Festival chorus, where again she understudied larger roles, performed Madame Larina Eugene Onegin and created the roles of Fear and Model in The Second Mrs Kong. Other roles include Maurya in the world première of Fritz Hart’s Riders to the Sea (Cambridge University Opera), Mother Misper (Glyndebourne), Feodor Boris Godunov (Brighton Festival and recording), Alcmene Die Liebe der Danae (Garsington), Marthe Faust (Mid-Wales Opera) and Annie Fisher Friend of the People (Scottish Opera). She has also been seen in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (National Theatre Studio) and Sea Pictures in the Symphony Hall, Birmingham. Recent engagements include Katisha The Mikado (Grange Park Opera), Madam Larina Eugene Onegin (Pimlico Opera) and Second Squire Parsifal (Royal Opera House. Future engagements include Virtu/Pallade L’incoronazione di Poppea (Netherlands Opera), Fox Cunning Little Vixen (Opera Theatre Company) and 2nd Lady Die Zauberflöte (Covent Garden). TANYA MOODIE Erma Anything Goes Tanya trained at RADA. Roles include Rosalind As You Like It (Bristol Old Vic/ West Yorkshire Playhouse), Antigone The Oedipus Plays (National Theatre, directed by Peter Hall), Phebe The Darker Face of the Earth (National Theatre) and Matilda The Suit (Peter Brook Company). Among her work for the RSC, Natalie, Princess of Orange The Prince of Homburg, Maria School for Scandal, Valeria Coriolanus, Mariana Measure for Measure and Peer Gynt. Tanya’s television credits include Holby City, Maisie Raine, A Respectable Trade (BBC), Always & Everyone (Granada TV) and Boyz Unlimited (Hat Trick/Channel 4). She also appeared in Peter Hall’s film The Final Passage.
Published on Jul 28, 2011