Recently completed a two year drama course at City Lit and performed Dear Death at Shunt. Looking forward to performing for the second year at Camden Fringe. Is interested in the complexity of human behaviour and psychodynamics of human relationships. Brings everyday human observations to on stage characters and views this as a challenging and fulfilling art. Loves to use animal essences in her characters and Laban efforts. Enjoys the creative process of ensemble work.
Helen performed in Gossip at last year’s Fringe and has studied drama at the City Lit.
Jane has just completed a two year drama diploma at City Lit. She has a keen interest in physical theatre, Stanislavski and Laban based movement work, and enjoys working as an ensemble to create original and exciting theatre. Theatre includes Arabian Nights (John Lyon Theatre), Gossip (Lion and Unicorn). She is looking forward to performing for the second time at the Camden Fringe.
Ken has just completed a two year drama diploma at City Lit. Theatre includes; Pericles (John Lyon Theatre), Gossip (Lion and Unicorn), Twelfth Night (New Stagers Theatre), William Shakespeare We Love You (Etcetera).
After completing a year long Drama Foundation Course she realised how much she enjoyed it. Since then she was lucky enough to have a small part in Caryl Churchill's play Far Away at the Bristol Old Vic, has played the lead in two short films which, hopefully, will be entered into forthcoming festivals. Additionally she has worked as a supporting artiste in various television series.
Amna graduated with a BA Honours in English and Film Studies, followed by a Diploma in Directing. Amna has been based at the King's Head Theatre as a Resident Assistant Director. Credits include Untouched, DSM on The Railway Children, DSM on Duck Variations, SM Rough Music and Darlings, You were Wonderful! Recent works include: 3Way (Etcetera Theatre), Instillation (The New End Theatre) and I Wish My Wife... (London Irish Theatre), The Magic Hour (Soho Theatre) Amna is part of the Young Vic Directors programme. She can be contacted via her production company INtraverse productions.
Dan has been training in audio since 2004. It was his way of working with music when he couldn't play a single instrument. He has received a BTEC National Diploma in Technical theatre studies and Music technology from New college, Telford. During this time he worked on productions of Les Miserables, We Will Rock You and The Permanent Way. He then went on to study sound design on the East15 acting school technical theatre course. During his time at East15 he took extra courses in wireless communications, MIDI show control and Yamaha digital desk operation. High points of this time were The Frontline, Dying For It, Dona Rosita, Bouncers and Gut Girls.
Ed has spent the last three years retraining as an actor after working for many years as a dancer. He has recently completed a one year diploma at the City Lit, and will be continuing his studies for a further year vocationally. This is his first year performing in the Camden Fringe. He is particularly interested in Classical language, as well as the spontaneity and need for adaptability required during the course of a live performance. Loves the whole process of acting, and the excitement of finding new sides to a character during the rehearsal period. His aim and most important personal priority is to act truthfully, and with sincerity
SET AND COSTUME DESIGN
Bridgette Marie Cocchiola grew up right outside New York City, where she originally studied and worked in fashion before moving to London to focus on costume design. She's a recent graduate of Central Saint Martins, where she studied Performance Design and Practice. Her portfolio includes dance, devised performance art, traditional theatre, and music video, all with
a focus on visual aesthetic and the art of the human form.