We are delighted to welcome Stewart Briggs as Flute for Mechanicals’ Macbeth at the Criterion New Writing Showcase!
Stewart trained at Bretton Hall. Recent Theatre includes; Rufus in King Cowboy Rufus Rules the Universe (London Theatre Workshop), Old Gentleman in The Railway Children(UK Tour), Prince Charming in Charming Dick (Cockpit theatre), Charles Dodgson in CLD – The Real Lewis Carroll, Badger in Wind in the Willows (Brentwood Theatre), A Little Night Music (Old Rose & Crown), Twelfth Night (Pentameters Theatre), Newsrevue (Canal Cafe Theatre), Thursford Christmas Spectacular.
Mechanicals’ Macbeth is part of the Criterion New Writing Showcase on the 20th November at the Criterion Theatre – from 2pm. Tickets are free but please RSVP for door list!
We are excited to welcome Jeannie Dickinson as Starveling for Mechanicals’ Macbeth at the Criterion Theatre New Writing Showcase!
Jeannie graduated from East 15 Acting school is 2014 where she did the MA Acting course having previously studied Drama at Exeter University. Since graduating all the projects she has been involved in have been new writing, including a play she co-wrote with her peers. However she has always wanted to do Shakespearean theatre as well, and now working on Mechanicals Macbeth she has got the best of both worlds. She played the title role in an R&D of a new play ‘Ada’, about Ada Lovelace, at the Nottingham Playhouse earlier this year and recently played Eve in 5* reviewed ‘Adam & Eve’ with Broken Silence Theatre Company at the Jack Studio Theatre.
We have worked with Jeannie on the R&D of Mechanicals’ Macbeth and also for our ‘Shakespeare Shaken-Up’ talk recently where she performed a gorgeous version of ‘Ophelia In Souliloquy.’
We are delighted to welcome Francesca Burgoyne to the team as Snout for our Mechanicals’ Macbeth performance as part of the Criterion New Writing Showcase!
Francesca graduated from East 15 in 2014 and has since worked primarily on stage. Recent theatre credits include Emilia Galotti (Countess Orsina), The Wind in the Willows (Mole), Fresh Legs (Ursula), and Three Sisters (Natasha) at the Union Theatre. She recently won the IndieWise award for best actress in the sci-fi short E.M.U and can be seen playing Kate in the web series Coping.
Fran has previously worked with In Soulilouquy as both Lady Macbeth and Snout and we are so exited that she get’s to explore both roles again in a very different way!
Mechanicals’ Macbeth is part of the Criterion Theatre’s New Writing Showcase on the 20th November 2017, from 2pm – tickets are free but please RSVP for door list.