Cast

Cast  
 

Clement Charles

Romeo, Gregory

Clement will graduate from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire this July,

His first professional engagement was between the second and third years of his training at RBC, as Theo Martin in the sell-out debut run of Kids Play by BAFTA-winning writer Glenn Chandler. It received a string of five-star reviews and the coveted Broadway Baby Bobby Award for Best Play on the Edinburgh Fringe.

Clement first performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2107 with a one man show written by English playwright Tom Wells, for which he received the Best Newcomer award at the Birmingham Theatre Festival.

As part of his training at RBC, Clement enjoyed such roles as Marko in 3 Winters by Croatian playwright Tena Štivičić, Talthybius from Caroline Birds The Trojan Women, Alan Seymour in Picnic by William Inge and Konstantin in The Seagull.

Clement will be returning to the Edinburgh Fringe this August to perform in the debut run of The Good Scout.

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Clement Charles

Clement Charles

Romeo, Gregory

Georgia Christodoulou

Juliet, Abraham

Georgia trained at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and graduated in 2017. Theatre credits include: A Suffragette Story (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery), A Family Affair (Vienna’s English Theatre), The Dutch Lady (Fred Theatre), Blood Wedding (RBC), Punk Rock (RBC), Careen - The True Story of Bonnie and Clyde (George Costigan), The Merchant of Venice (RBC), Tell Me About Your Ex 2 (The Old Joint Stock Theatre), I Love You, Goodbye (The Old Joint Stock Theatre), Tell Me About Your Ex (The Old Joint Stock Theatre)

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Georgia Christodoulou

Georgia Christodoulou

Juliet, Abraham

Mark Elstob

Capulet, Friar John, Peter

Mark trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. He has worked all over the UK as well as Vienna, Lisbon, Berlin, Athens, Frankfurt and Jerusalem. Theatre work includes Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, Henry IV Part One, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Measure for Measure, Noises Off, Neville’s Island, An Ideal Husband and Hamlet (both directed by Sir Peter Hall), Salome (directed by Steven Berkoff), The Power of Yes at the National Theatre, Macbeth, Lend Me A Tenor, Moonlight and Magnolias, Venus in Fur, Present Laughter, The Lady in the Van, Thark, This Happy Breed, Pyrenees, Monarch of the Glen, Chicago and Travesties.

Mark’s TV and film appearances include A Hazard of Hearts, The Monk, Lady Jane (directed by Trevor Nunn), Eastenders, The Bill, Peak Practice, Zeus in Gory Greek Gods, Emmerdale (playing the regular role of Andrew Fraser) and Inspector George Gently. Mark is a regular reader of Talking Books and appears in many audio dramas for Big Finish Productions, including Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Prisoner (as Number Six).

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Mark Elstob

Mark Elstob

Capulet, Friar John, Peter

Richard Emerson

Friar Lawrence, Montague, Capulet’s Servant, Accordionist

Theatre includes Chess (ENO Coliseum, West End); Alain Boublil’s new musical Manhattan Parisienne (The Other Palace); A Chorus of Disapproval directed by Trevor Nunn (West End); Homer in Monteverdi’s il ritorno d’ulisse in patria (La Pietra, Florence); Les Enfants Terribles’ The Vaudevillains (Assembly, Edinburgh); UK Premiere of The First Man (Jermyn Street Theatre); Adolphus Cousins in Major Barbara (W52nd St Theatre, NYC); Hamlet (Salisbury Playhouse); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch); The Taming of the Shrew (GSC); The Tempest (RETZ); Malvolio in Twelfth Night (Royal Touring); Macheath in The Threepenny Opera, Feste in Twelfth Night (Forest Forge).

Film includes The Last Photograph directed by Danny Huston; Radio; the Prime Minister in The Offering; The First Man.

Richard is delighted to be working again with Sean Aita, having appeared in Sean’s productions of Deathtrap (Jill Freud and Company); Lady Windermere’s Fan (Royal Theatre, Northampton); The Lost World, The Country Wife (Forest Forge); The Lie (Vienna).

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Richard Emerson

Richard Emerson

Friar Lawrence, Montague, Capulet’s Servant, Accordionist

Filip Krenus

Mercutio, Prince

Filip trained at East 15 Acting School (BA Acting) and Drama Centre (MA in Classical European Acting). He set up Honey-tongued Theatre Productions in 2012 and is one of the co-founders of Midsummer Scene Festival. Theatre credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet (Midsummer Scene) and Twelfth Night (Midsummer Scene and Vienna’s English Theatre), School for Scandal (directed by Jessica Swale), The Winter’s Tale (LittleBIG Shakespeare), King Lear and Dido, Queen of Carthage (Greenwich Theatre), Bent (Landor/tabard), Orestes – Re-Examined (Southwark Playhouse), Peer Gynt (Riverside Studios), Hell Screen (Oval House), Richard III and Macbeth 8Faction Theatre Company), The Rivals (Camden People’s Theatre), Jane Eyre (Brockley Jack) and The Right Ballerina (directed by Matthew Gould). Films include Transmania and radio includes Gino Ginelli Lives (Wireless Theatre Company).

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Filip Krenus

Filip Krenus

Mercutio, Prince

Jenni Lea-Jones

Nurse, Sampson

Jenni Lea-Jones trained at the Webber Douglas Academy in London. Her recent theatre credits include Queen in Richard II in Germany, Mrs Austen in Jane Austen - the Musical, a UK tour, Ru in Come and Go performed in Paris, Shylock in The Merchant of Venice with Compagnia Colombari in Venice, Mistress Quickly in Merry Wives of Windsor and Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (both Italian tours), Ibsen’s Peer Gynt and Hedda Gabler at the Riverside Studios in London, national tours of Britain with shows such as Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado with Illyria Theatre Company, Jane Eyre with Blue Orange Theatre and international tours with shows such as Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors for Theatre Set-Up. As well as narrating several audio books, Jenni’s radio credits include two series' of Araminta Spook for BBC Radio 4.

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Jenni Lea-Jones

Jenni Lea-Jones

Nurse, Sampson

Nicholas Limm

Tybalt, Paris

Nicholas trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He has toured internationally with The Lord Chamberlains Men, YSC and Icarus Theatre Company. Most recently he completed a tour playing Hamlet. Other credits include: Jericho Creek (Cockpit Theatre) The Tempest (Cornucopia Theatre) The Gin Chronicles (Ed Fringe) Queen Lear (The Tristan Bates) and The Old Room (The White Bear). TV includes: Wings of War, Fear and Delight. He is Artistic Director of Ragged Crow Theatre Company and has written and directed plays in London including Angel Wings (Red Lion Theatre) and The Watching (The White Bear Theatre) He is delighted to be performing in such a wonderful festival.

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Nicholas Limm

Nicholas Limm

Tybalt, Paris

Amanda Osborne

Lady Capulet, Chorus, Apothecary

Amanda trained at The Webber Douglas Academy in London.

Theatre roles include Alice in Florian Zeller’s The Lie, Pamela Peabody in Ken Ludwig’s Fox on the Fairway, Mimi in A.R. Gurney’s Black Tie, Charlotte Payne-Townshend in John Morogiello’s Engaging Shaw, Veronica Fairchild in Rich Orloff’s A Capital Affair, Camille in David Foley’s Deadly Murder, Liz in Alastiar Beaton’s Feelgood and Patty in Arthur Miller’s The Last Yankee, all for Vienna’s English Theatre.

Edna, Lynette Saxon and ArabellaLazenby in Ayckbourn’s trilogy Damsels in Distress, Mrs Sparsit in Stephen Jeffries’ Hard Times(Pitlochry Festival Theatre), Lady Loxfield in JB Priestley’s They Came to a City (Southwark Playhouse), Mary Titterington in the stage adaptation of James Kennaway’s epic Tunes of Glory (Middleground Theatre UK tour), Amanda in Noel Coward’s Private Lives, Susan in Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party (both for UKTT) Anna in Patrick Marber’sCloser (London Classic Theatre Company), Lampito in Germain Greer’s version of Lysistrata (BAC) and most recently Madame Hortense in Jean Anouilh’s The Orchestra (Omnibus Theatre).

For London Shakespeare’s Globe she performed scenes and speeches, playing Falstaff, Hermione, Horatio and Richard II, in All Places that the Eye of Heaven Visits, in Westminster Abbey.

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Amanda Osborne

Amanda Osborne

Lady Capulet, Chorus, Apothecary

Alexander Varey

Benvolio, Balthasar

Alexander is a Yorkshire-bred actor and musician, who trained at the Guildford School of Acting. Theatre credits include: Much Ado About Nothing (Antic Disposition; UK & French Tour / Gray's Inn Hall, London); The Adventures of Robin Hood (Brighton Open Air Theatre); The Legend of King Arthur (Guildford Shakespeare Company); One Man Two Guvnors and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [abridged] (The Old Joint Stock Theatre); Romeo & Juliet and Hamlet (Young Shakespeare Company, UK & Gibraltar Tours); Shakespeare’s Yorkshire (Think:Light Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lancaster Castle Open Air); The Taming of The Shrew (Lancaster Prison). Film credits include: The Walk to Dunkirk (Fresnel Film Productions / Amazon Prime Video); Maria’s Place (Dove Films); The Wastelander Chronicles (Dream It & Blue Yonder Productions). Alexander is also one half of Country/Pop duo Northern Souvenirs.

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Alexander Varey

Alexander Varey

Benvolio, Balthasar

Midsummer Scene is a project of the Dubrovnik Tourist Board and the City of Dubrovnik, and it is a joint production with Brilliant Events, Dubrovnik and Honey-tongued Theatre Productions Ltd. London



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