Not long before rehearsals start ahead of our performances at Live Theatre, Newcastle on 22 and 24 February! Here's more information about our fantastically talented cast.
Mark Conway - Performer & Movement Consultant
Mark Conway trained at Rose Bruford College. Performance credits include: Chicken Dust (Finborough Theatre), It Never Ends, Occupied, Hacked (Theatre503), Ballistic, Tiny Tempest (Mini Mall), Toad (Southwark Playhouse), Peter Pan (Northern Stage). Movement Director credits include: Voyeur, Love Stories (Southwark Playhouse), Tiny Tempest (Brighton Dome), Land of Our Fathers (Theatre503 & Trafalgar Studios), Acedian Pirates (Theatre503), A Colder Water Than Here (Vaults Festival). Mark was shortlisted for Old Vic 12 in 2016.
Safiah Durrah - Performer
Safiah is originally from Kuala Lumpur. She studied theatre and performance at London Metropolitan University followed by an MA in Acting for TV, Film & Radio at East 15. During her BA course at London Metropolitan University, she received a semester of physical theatre training under the company Frantic Assembly and also performed at the 14th International Shakespeare Festival in Gdańsk, Poland. Safiah played a lead role in Japan NHK English educational TV drama and as a voice over artist, she has worked in IVR, documentary, commercial, infomercial and narration in English and Malay.
Safiah can also be heard as the voice over for the Philippine VisionFund. Aside from performing, Safiah is an established Pilates instructor.
Mona Goodwin - Performer
Mona’s work in theatre includes: Blue Heart (Tobacco Factory/Orange Tree); Laila The Musical (Rifco Arts); The Snow Queen (Royal & Derngate); Generation of Z (Royale Productions); Sundowning (Pursued by a Bear); Finding Noor (Citizens, Glasgow); Suffering in Sirens (Vertical Line); The Secret Garden (Aria Entertainment); Far From the Madding Crowd, Where Have I Been All My Life (New Vic, Stoke); The Conspirators, Julius Caesar and The Tempest (Orange Tree); DNA (Courtyard); Wind in the Willows (Chesterfield Rep); Cling to Me Like Ivy (Birmingham Rep); Spring Awakening (Lyric Hammersmith /Novello); Viable Alternatives, V for Vendetta (Theatre503). TV includes: Capital, Black Mirror, Topsy and Tim, Doctors and EastEnders.
Features and Films include: Marvellous, Brighton Rock and Freefall.