Cast

Tom Michael Blyth

Captain, Sir Andrew Aguecheek

Theatre credits include Cadfael: The Virgin In The Ice (No 1 Tour), The Duchess of Malfi (New Diorama Theatre), More Dead Girls (Theatre 503), The Significant Other Festival (Tristan Bates), The Importance of Being Earnest (No 1 Tour), Macbeth (RSC Dell & Camden People's Theatre), Twelfth Night (Minack Theatre - Winner of The Minack Trophy 2012), The Trunk (The Space), At Porlock Weir (LOST Theatre),Night of the Hellhound (LOST Theatre), Antigone (The Cockpit), Much Ado About Nothing (The Courtyard),Macbeth (The Scoop), The Importance of Being Earnest (The Courtyard), The Alchemist (Hoxton Hall) andThe Changeling (National Theatre Archive).

Film and TV credits include Jack The Giant Slayer (Legendary Pictures), The Wing (Elbow Productions),Bloody Tales (National Geographic), Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare's Globe).

www.tomblyth.co.uk

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Tom Michael Blyth

Tom Michael Blyth

Captain, Sir Andrew Aguecheek

James Burton

Curio, Sir Toby Belch, Priest

James trained at Mountview Academy, and St Mary’s University College, London. His theatre credits include: Colonel Brandon in a touring production of SENSE & SENSIBILITY for director Helen Tennison, Jacob Marley and The Ghost Of Christmas Present in Creation Theatre Company’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL in Oxford. Pompey and Agrippa in ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (also for Creation), Charles Bovary in Faye Weldon’s MADAM BOVARY: BREAKFAST WITH EMMA (Rosemary Branch, National Tour), and PEER GYNT for the Ibsen Stage Company. He’s played Ben in THE DUMB WAITER (LPC European Tour), Horner in THE COUNTRY WIFE (Courtyard Theatre, London). Mr Toad in THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS (National Tour). AMERICAN HAIKU (Jermyn Street Theatre, London), MAMMON INC (Raffles Hotel Theatre, Singapore), and MACBETH and MEASURE FOR MEASURE (for Jack Shepherd at the Arcola Theatre, London).

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James Burton

James Burton

Curio, Sir Toby Belch, Priest

Jason Eddy

Orsino

Jason trained at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Theatre includes Operation Magic Carpet (Polka Theatre), Antony & Cleopatra (Shakespeare’s Globe), Three Sisters (Culturcated), The Tempest (Teatro Vivo), Romeo & Juliet (Rosemary Branch), The Odyssey (Teatro Vivo/Albany), Sense & Sensibility (Yvonne Arnaud/UK Regional Tour), Breakfast With Emma (UK Regional Tour), A Midsummer Night’s Dream/Twelfth Night (Guildford Shakespeare Company), Measure For Measure and Othello (Rosemary Branch).  Film includes Forgotten Man (NFA Films), Persona (App Media), The Woman and the Machine (Surpasrealitse) and Beyond Wonderland (DDMB).

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Jason Eddy

Jason Eddy

Orsino

Emma Fenney

Maria

Emma trained at Drama Studio London. Her theatre credits include Wuthering Heights (Rosemary Branch Theatre/ Yvonne Arnaud Theatre/ Tour), Kicking and Screaming (Riverside Studios), In the Footsteps of The Mitfords (Asthall Manor/ Theatre Chipping Norton), Sense and Sensibility (National Tour), Pinocchio (Luton Library Theatre), Fawlty Towers (Norwich Playhouse/ Tour), Inherit the Wind (Old Vic Theatre), Something Strange (Arcola Theatre), Casanova (King's Head Theatre), Jane Eyre (Brockley Jack Studio) and the Old Vic 24 Hour Plays. Her Shakespeare credits include Love's Labour's Lost and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival). Emma also records audiobooks and dramas for Audible. Her titles include Wylding Hall, Chaos of the Senses, Now You See Me, Six Degrees of Assassination, An English Ghost Story and Backpack. She is extremely excited and honoured to be performing at the beautiful Fort Lovrijenac this summer. You can visit Emma's website here:

www.emmafenney.co.uk

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Emma Fenney

Emma Fenney

Maria

Filip Krenus

Malvolio, Antonio

Filip trained at East 15 Acting School (BA Acting) and Drama Centre (MA in Classical European Acting). His theatre credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Midsummer Scene Festival, which he also produced for HTTP), King Lear and Dido, Queen of Carthage (Spring Season at Greenwich Theatre), Bent by Martin Sherman (Landor Theatre/Tabard Theatre), School for Scandal (for Red Handed Theatre Company, directed by Jessica Swale), Orestes – Re-Examined (Southwark Playhouse), Peer Gynt (Riverside Studios), Hell Screen (Oval House), Richard III and Macbeth (for the Faction Theatre Company), The Rivals (Camden People’s Theatre), Jane Eyre adapted by Polly Teale (Brockley Jack Theatre) and Shakespeare Inc. (Rosemary Branch Theatre).

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Filip Krenus

Filip Krenus

Malvolio, Antonio

Helen Millar

Olivia

Helen Millar trained at the Drama Centre.  Winner of the Alan Bates award for most outstanding newcomer.  Theatre includes: Death and The Ploughman (Tobacco Factory), Pericles, Two Gentleman of Verona, The Odyssey (Factory Theatre), Dracula's: The Kisses, In the Footsteps of the Mitford's (Scary Little Girls), 21 Breaths (Park Theatre), Pygmalion (Garrick Theatre), Macbeth (Broadway Theatre), Breakfast with Emma (Nominated for best actress in the Off West End Awards), Heartbreak House, She Stoops To Conquer, Arcadia (Pitlochry Festival Theatre), 24 hour plays, Symposium, The Spies in Room 502 (The Old Vic), Love of the Nightingale (Rough Fiction), The Consultant, Slice (Theatre 503).

TV includes: Casualty, Eastenders, Holby City, Doctors, City Lights.  Film includes: Chemical Wedding, The Brink, Dark Rage, The Evening Was Long, Flash, The Rise and the Fall of the Krays.

www.helenmillar.co.uk

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Helen Millar

Helen Millar

Olivia

George Oliver

Valentine, Feste, Sebastian

This is George’s second project for Honey-Tongued Theatre and Midsummer Scene following last year’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in which he played Puck.
His other theatre credits include work for Quorum Theatre in France, Vienna’s English Theatre in Austria and various projects in the U.K.
Film work includes the forthcoming The Fall of the Krays, My Brother the Devil, Prowl and SoulBoy. Television work includes parts in BBC Three’s Being Human, ITV’s Mrs Biggs and the children’s show Dani's House.
George is extremely happy to be working again in Dubrovnik and the stunning Fort Lovrijenac.

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George Oliver

George Oliver

Valentine, Feste, Sebastian

Helen Watkinson

Viola (Cesario)

Helen Watkinson trained at Drama Centre London, The Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute (Moscow), and with The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. She made her professional debut in the 2014 Rosemary Branch/ Yvonne Arnaud Guildford production of Wuthering Heights directed by Helen Tennison. Other stage credits include: Portia in The Merchant Of Venice (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival); Ophelia in Hamlet (Young Shakespeare Company); Ariel in The Tempest (Questors Theatre: RSC Open Stages); Chloe Can (The Lyric Theatre); London 2012 Olympics Team Welcome Ceremonies (NYT); Sophia in That’s Amore (winning play of the British Theatre Challenge 2014); and as W in After Liverpool, the debut production of CubbyHole Theatre Company co-founded by Helen (Rosemary Branch Theatre).

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Helen Watkinson

Helen Watkinson

Viola (Cesario)

Midsummer Scene is a project of the City of Dubrovnik and the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, and it is
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