Cast and Creatives
Theatre includes: The Crucible (National Theatre), Red Riding Hood (Theatre Royal Stratford East), The Tempest, Henry V (Shakespeare's Rose Theatre), Don Quixote (RSC), As You Like It (The Lamb Players), Peter Pan, Henry V (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre), Queen of Chapletown (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Roald Dahl's Fantastic Mr Fox (UK/UAE Tour, NST/Lyric Hammersmith, Leicester Curve), and Kampala (The Miniaturists/Arcola Theatre).
Television includes: Holby City
Theatre includes: Rare Earth Mettle (Royal Court); The Antipodes, Treasure Island (National Theatre); Genesis Inc. (Hampstead); Hir, Sixty Six Books (Bush Theatre); Sweet Charity (Donmar); Elevenses/ Beginning To End (Somerset House); Once (Broadway and West End); Our Boys (Duchess); Swimming With Sharks (Vaudeville); White Rabbit Red Rabbit (Gate); Marine Parade (Brighton Festival); Doctor Faustus (Shakespeare's Globe); Is Everyone Ok? (Nanokov); Terre Haute (Edinburgh Festival Fringe/ Trafalgar Studios /UK Tour); Stacey (Arcola).
Television includes: Three Little Birds (ITV); The Sandman (Netflix); Grace (ITV); World On Fire (BBC); Danny & The Human Zoo (Red Prod); DC's Legends of Tomorrow (Warner Brothers/ CW); Broadchurch (Kudos/ITV); The White Queen (BBC); The Paradise (BBC); Doctor Who (BBC); Little Dorrit (BBC); He Kills Coppers; The Verdict.
Film includes: & Mrs (Who's On First Films, dir. Daniel Reisinger), Robin Hood (Universal Pictures, dir. Ridley Scott), Sex, Drugs, Rock N Roll (Lipsync Productions, dir. Matt Whitecross).
As composer: Been So Long (Young Vic /Traverse /Netflix); I Want My Hat Back (National Theatre); Frontline, Lightning Child (Shakespeare's Globe). 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, Artifacts (Bush).
JAMES PATRICK DAVIS
US theatre includes: Oklahoma! (Theatre World Award recipient for Breakthrough Performance on Broadway, also at St. Ann's Warehouse and Bard SummerScape), The House of Blue Leaves (Broadway), We Are Proud to Present a Presentation... (Soho Rep), The Mother of Invention (Abingdon), The More Loving One (La MaMa), Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare Theatre Company), Richard II, Long Day's Journey into Night, As You Like It (Quintessence Theatre Group), Clybourne Park (Long Wharf Theatre), and American Buffalo (Studio Theatre).
Television includes: Search Party
Theatre includes: Peter Pan (Birmingham Rep), The Vote (Donmar Warehouse), Timon of Athens, Antigone, She Stoops To Conquer, The Kitchen (National Theatre), Adventures In Wonderland, Supermarket Shakespeare (Teatro Vivo), As You Like It (Dash Arts/Curve), Blood Wedding (Liverpool Everyman), By The Way (Chopped Logic), Gilgamesh (Belgrade Theatre/UK Tour), and Birds Without Wings (Eastern Angles).
Television includes: Miss Scarlett & The Duke, Doctor Who, Tyrant, and White Van Man.
Film includes: The Phantom Warrior, Hampstead, Risen, Dracula Untold, The Hope Rooms, Blush Furiously, and The Simple Equation.
Theatre includes: Dinner with Groucho (Civic Theatre Dublin, Belfast International Festival, Arcola Theatre), The Open House (Bath/Print Room), Richard III, The Kreutzer Sonata, Clarion (Arcola Theatre), Play Strindberg (Ustinov Studio), All's Well That Ends Well, Hamlet, Little Eagles, Anthony & Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, A Winter's Tale, King Lear (RSC), Angels in America (Headlong), Venice Preserved (Citizens), Coriolanus (The Old Vic – Critics' Circle Award and Olivier nomination Best Actor).
Television includes: Domina, Citizen Charlie, Burton & Taylor, and The Bible; Midsomer Murders.
Film includes: The Mercy, and Snow White and the Huntsman.
Theatre includes: Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder (Paines Plough's Roundabout – Winner of Best Musical Edinburgh Fringe), What's New Pussycat? (Birmingham Rep), Paradise (Hampstead Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (Watford Palace), Grotty (The Bunker), Humble Boy (Orange Tree), Anita & Me (UK Tour), The Government Inspector (Birmingham Rep/Ramps on the Moon UK Tour – Olivier Award Nominated), Billy Liar (Royal Exchange), Around the World (Sadler's Wells & Mint Theater, New York), The Little Prince – Concert (Savoy), and Sondheim Prom (Royal Albert Hall). Hinds won the Audience Favourite Award in the Musical Comedy Awards 2019 as half of comedy duo Maris Piper.
Film and Television includes: Scarborough, Inside No. 9, The Syndicate, Trollied, Shameless, Aunties, and Stains of Staines; and for film, Who Fired That Cannon?, Shandyland, The Public Benefits, and Woman of the Night.
Theatre includes: Elephant (Bush Theatre); Oklahoma! (Young Vic); Henry V (Donmar Warehouse); After Life (National Theatre); Jesus Christ Superstar (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre); Chiaroscuro (Bush), Faces in the Crowd (Gate Theatre); and Sparks (Edinburgh Festival Fringe / Vault Festival).
Radio includes: U.Me (BBC World Service)
As composer: Sparks (BBC Radio 4 / Edinburgh Festival Fringe / Vault Festival); The Ballad of Klook and Vinette (Park Theatre / NAMT Festival NYC); and The Etienne Sisters (Theatre Royal Stratford).
As writer: Elephant (Bush Theatre).
Theatre includes: Then Or Now, Table Talk, The Waiting Game, Courage, Like Water, Click, Pendulum, Captured, Washa, Ingoma, House Of Dream, The Suit, Red Riding Hood, Storyville, A Dream Within A Midsummer Night's Dream, Dépouillement, Tearfall, Melt, Mapping, Until Without Enough, Undivided Love.
Television includes: Find me in Paris, L'Opera, and Spellbound.
Theatre includes: The Glass Menagerie (Duke of York's), A Number (The Old Vic), Farewell Leicester Square (The Talking Horse at The Place) and David Copperfield (Barn Theatre).
Training: The Arts Educational School - Awarded the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Scholarship.
Theatre includes: The Wizard of Oz (Curve Theatre, Leicester); Millennials (The Other Palace); Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cinderella (Gillian Lynne Theatre); Dick Whittington (National Theatre).
Workshops include: The Children's Inquiry (NT Studio); The Enormous Crocodile (The Roald Dahl Story Company); Mandela (Young Vic).
Other credits include: The National Lottery's Big Night Of Musicals (BBC); West Side Story (BBC Proms/Royal Albert Hall); The Olivier Awards (Royal Albert Hall).
Theatre includes: Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret (KitKatClub at The Playhouse Theatre – Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical 2022), Living Newspaper (2nd edition), A Separate Reality (Royal Court), Present Laughter (Old Vic), I'm Not Running, Absolute Hell, Tales from the Vienna Woods, The Heiress (National Theatre), Fiddler on the Roof (Chichester Festival Theatre), Pygmalion (Headlong), Wicked (Victoria Apollo), Oliver! (Sheffield Crucible), La Bête (Pinter Theatre / Music Box Theatre, New York), Oklahoma!, Annie Get Your Gun, The Good Soul of Szechuan, Six Characters Looking for an Author (Young Vic), Sunday in the Park with George (Wyndham's / Menier Chocolate Factory), Mrs Klein (Northampton Theatre Royal), Secret Rapture (Bristol Old Vic – TMA Award for Best Supporting Actress), Richard II (Berkoff Productions), The Dresser (Duke of York's), and the UK première of Into The Woods and Peg (Phoenix), Alice (RSC), The Slow Drag (Trafalgar Studios), two seasons working with Alan Ayckbourn in Scarborough, Company (Donmar Warehouse and West End), Sugar Hill Blues (Hampstead Theatre) and the first ever National Tour of Jesus Christ, Superstar.
Television includes: A Small Light, Outlander, Ridley Road, Vera, Babylon, The Honorable Woman, Emma, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Casualty, Extras, Prime Suspect 3, Tonight at 8:30, Castles, and I Remember Nelson.
Film includes: Kativta & Teresa, Disobedience, The Knot, Sweeney Todd, Topsy-Turvy, and Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire.
Liza has recorded over 200 plays and poetry readings for BBC Radio 4 and the World Service.
UK Theatre includes: Oklahoma! (Young Vic, Evening Standard Award)
US Theatre includes: Oklahoma! (Broadway, St. Ann's Warehouse, Bard SummerScape); (Drama Desk and Grammy Award Nominations); Macbeth (Lincoln Center Theatre); I'm Revolting (Atlantic Theatre Company); Peter Pan (Bedlam); Cabaret (National Tour, Roundabout Theatre Company); Edward II (Red Bull); Camelot, Othello, Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, Henry V, Richard II, As You Like It, Mrs. Warren's Profession (Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC); also work with Bay Street Theatre, Capital Rep, and others.
Television includes: Dash & Lily.
Film includes: Bleecker, Xmas In July, and short films The Lovers and Research.
Voice includes: the Audible podcast series Hot White Heist.
Education: MFA, NYU Graduate Acting Program (Laura Pels Award for Acting); BA from Bard College where he originated the role of Jud in Daniel Fish's Oklahoma! as a student in its first iteration.
ANNA MARIA DE FREITAS
LEAD DANCER - ALTERNATE
Training: Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance.
Music Videos include: Stay Awake (Mia Wray).
Anna-Maria is originally from Trinidad & Tobago. Oklahoma! marks her West End & professional theatre debut.
ANDREW CARNES, MIKE, ALI HAKIM
The Chicago College of Performing Arts.
Theatre includes: Kinky Boots, Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Norwegian Cruise Lines); Jersey Boys (Ogunquit Playhouse); A Christmas Story: The Musical (US National Tour); Elf: The Musical (Engamen Theatre).
Television includes: Law and Order SVU. Andrew is thrilled to be making his West End debut in Oklahoma!
MIKE, WILL PARKER, JUD FRY
Training: Guildford School of Acting.
Theatre includes: RAGS The Musical (Park Theatre); Joseph The Amazing Technicolor Dreamboat (UK Tour); Crazy For You (UK Tour); Snow White (UAE tour).
Other credits include: CHEAT, Devolution, The Gardener.
GERTIE, AUNT ELLER
Training: Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, Associate of the London College of Music, MTM.
Theatre includes: Madagascar the Musical, Aladdin, Dick Whittington (South Hill Park Arts Centre); Boys in the Buff (King's Head Theatre / Edinburgh Festival Fringe); Fatbusters the Musical (Park Theatre / St Giles in the Field); Finian's Rainbow (Union Theatre); Elvis the King of Rock and Roll (China Tour); Dick Whittington, Aladdin (The Pavilion, Gorleston); Musical Theatre Stars at Christmas (The Actors Church); Tarantula in Petrol Blue (Snape Maltings)
Television includes: Boss Tea, TUI -You In The Middle .
Workshops include: New Ways to Live, Duet - A New Musical .
CURLY McLAIN, JUD FRY, WILL PARKER
Training: Royal Academy of Music.
Theatre includes: Carousel (Kilworth House); Heathers the Musical (The Other Palace). George is delighted to be making his West End debut in Oklahoma!
LAUREY WILLIAMS, ADO ANNIE, LEAD DANCER
Training: London College of Music.
Theatre includes: Dreamgirls (UK Tour); The Lion King (UK Tour); Motown the Musical (Shaftesbury); The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales); Hairspray (UK tour); Motown the Musical (Shaftesbury); The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales); Crush the Musical (UK tour); Bel Ami (Charing Cross); Merrily We Roll Along (Watermans Theatre).
CURLY McLAIN, ALI HAKIM, JUD FRY
Theatre includes: Booze (Thundercrack, NYC); The Interpretation of Dreams (The Bunker); The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (Criterion); A Midsummer Night's Dream (East London Shakespeare Festival), Trainspotting (workshop).
Radio/Audio includes: In Search of Lost Time (BBC Radio 4), Dark Harbour, Baker Street Four (Audible), A Punk's Progress (BBC Radio 4).
Film includes: Fairytale Sect...
HELEN K WINT
LAUREY WILLIAMS, GERTIE CUMMINGS, CORD ELAM
Theatre includes: Dirty Dancing (UK Tour), One Night of Tina, Respect La Diva (workshop), Aladdin (Camberley Theatre), Dancing in the Streets (UK Tour) Daddy Cool (Shaftesbury/ O2 Platz, Berlin), Instant Celebrity... Just add water (workshop).
Television includes: I DREAM, Doctors, BBC: Eurovision You Decide (BBC).
Recordings include: Daddy Cool; I DREAM
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