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5×5: The Actors

 Stefan Davis

Stefan Davis is an award winning actor from Birmingham. Trained at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts London he has featured in a range of main stream roles including ITV’s The Bill, BBC Doctors and featured with Kylie Minogue and David Tennant in BBC’s Dr. Who. www.stefandavis.co.uk for more information.

 

Hal Julius Geller

Hal is currently studying for a BA in Drama and Theatre Arts at the University of Birmingham.  Growing up in London, Hal was involved with the Battersea Arts Centre, performing in Inspector Sand’s production Camp Yellowleaf.  He was also a member of the RADA Youth Company and took on the title role of Doctor Faustus in the Jerwood Vanbrugh theatre. His work in Birmingham includes King Henry in Henry V for Article 19, and performances as Claudius in Hamlet, the Marquis de Sade in Marat/Sade, and most recently the lead role in Philip Ridley’s The Fastest Clock in the Universe, all at the AE Harris Warehouse.  He is to play Orlando in As You Like It for Article 19 this June.

 James Parsons

James Parsons has appeared in a wide range of stage and film productions. Some recent credits include: STAGE Love! Sex! Confusion! (Big Script @ Blue Orange Theatre), Lord Augustus Lady Windermere’s Fan (Blue Orange Theatre), Conjurer Trendle The Withered Arm (Beyond The Last Lamp Theatre Co), Montague/Peter Romeo & Juliet (Elixir Theatre Co)Dame Trott Jack and the Beanstalk Struts & Frets FILM Happy Birthday Rampton Productions, The Cull Seven Five Productions, On The Edge BBC, Dry Stone Bradley Studios RADIO I Davros, Doctor Who; Thicker Than Water BBC/Big Finish. He has just finished filming a major new feature The Quiet One and a TV pilotFor more information visit www.jamesparsons.co.uk

 Elena Voce Siriani

Originally from Cambridge, Elena is soon to complete a degree in English Literature and Theatre Arts from the University of Birmingham. With a passion for devising new theatre she has successfully been part of creative teams, devising and performing innovative new works for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Her work in Birmingham has included dramaturgy for an avant-garde production of Hamlet at the A.E. Harris, and as a member of Birmingham’s immersive theatre company Tin Box. After a second run of site specific piece Stop the Clocks at the Newman Brothers Coffin Factory, Tin Box are presently working on their new show Not known at this Address which will be undergoing development at the Battersea Arts Centre in September, and set for a regional tour in the
Autumn. Her up and coming projects involve an archaic folk opera with Urban Foxes Collective, to be performed at the Secret Garden Party festival this summer, and a performance as Rosalind in Article 19’s production of As You Like It on the The Vale, Birmingham, this June.

 Jenny Stokes

Jenny Stokes is a Birmingham based actress. Credits include The Vagina Monologues; Lady of Letters, in Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads, [Aston Productions, Henley Fringe]; Else in Festen; Kate in All
My Sons [Crescent Theatre]; Gertrude in Hamlet [Melting Pot Theatre]. She has performed a devised comedic character, Dolly Grip as part of a  two woman show, Reshape While Damp [Edinburgh Fringe 2011 and Leicester Comedy Festival 2012]. She is part of Box of Frogs Impro group, performing with them at Impro Upstairs [Old Joint Stock Theatre]. She also does role play in corporate and medical settings.

 Tamar Eluned Williams
Tamar is currently studying for her BA (Hons) in Drama & Theatre Arts at the University of Birmingham, having previously studied for two years at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama’s Young Actors’ Studio. A former member of the National Youth Theatre of Wales, her theatre credits include Del in The Stories that Shakespeare Knew, which played at the MAC and The Courtyard Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, Sybil (Private Lives), Gertrude (Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead), Janet (Rocky Horror Picture Show), Bo Peep (Toy Story), Lady Nijo/Win (Top Girls), Sal (Gair am Air) and Martha (Strindberg Knew My Father).

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