James O'Donnell - Director

James is the Artistic Director of Ysbryd London and Glimpse theatre companies. He is also co-founder and associate director of Strange Fish theatre company as well as a freelance theatre director.
Directing credits include Detour (Deloitte Ignite festival/Royal Opera House), Poles for UKIP (EleXion/Theatre 503), Kafka v Kafka (For Glimpse/Etcetera Theatre), Exponentially Worse (Little Pieces of Gold/Southwark Playhouse), Pop and Jenny, Jack and Jo (Rapid Write Response/Theatre 503), The Cherry Orchard & The Parasite (Acting Gymnasium/Theatro Technis), African Americana (Overthere theatre/Theatre 503), Laundry and Bourbon (Lost theatre), Ocean of Loneliness (Etcetera Theatre), Open Arms (Timewave Festival/ Innovation Warehouse), The Poet (Offcut Festival/Riverside Studios). Rehearsed readings and Workshops include – Succcessors by Jon Steinhagen (American Actors UK/Tristan Bates Theatre), Assessment by Christopher Harrisson & Billy and Ray by Mike Bencivenga (Theatre 503)
Before becoming a theatre director James enjoyed a career as an actor and worked extensively in theatre most notably with the Royal Shakespeare Company, BBC and ITV. James was nominated for an Ian Charleson Award for his performance in Henry IV whilst at the RSC.

Kirsty Fox - Associate Producer

Kirsty is co-Artistic Director and producer at OutFox Productions. Producing credits include Standing By (OutFox Productions/Stanwix Theatre) The Bad Seed, The Gut Girls, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, Rope, Carbon Dating and Spring Awakening (all OutFox Productions/Jack Studio Theatre), Corpus Christi (OutFox Productions/The Space), Orphans (Southwark Playhouse), The Vagina Monologues (As director/Jack Studio Theatre) Seconds Out (Organised Chaos Productions/Taurus Bar and Write Now Festival Liverpool) The Benefit of Time (Organised Chaos Productions/Taurus Bar, Buxton Festival and New Wimbledon Studio) Afternoon Tea (Organised Chaos Productions/Taurus Bar) Joy With Child (Organised Chaos Productions/Taurus Bar) Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell (Organised Chaos Productions/Studio Salford). PR credits include; Write Now 6 (Jack Studio Theatre), Loaded (AlterEgo Theatre Company/Jack Studio Theatre), Titus Andronicus (Smooth Faced Gentlemen/Buxton Festival), Thrasher (Conor McKee Productions/Royal Exchange Studio and Camden People's Theatre) and Burnt (Conor McKee Productions/Contact Theatre).  

Sorcha Corcoran - Designer

Graduating from Rose Bruford with a First Class Honours degree in Theatre Design BA, Sorcha Corcoran is currently a set, costume and events designer whose skills and experience covers many different areas including opera, fringe theatre, musicals, installations and live events.
Recent credits include Opera de Baugé 2017 Season as set designer for Lucia di Lammermoor, La clemenza di Tito, and La Cenerentola.
She was set designer the reprisal of The Caucasian Chalk Circle for LAZARUS theatre company (Greenwich Theatre) and set and costume designer for The Beggars Opera, for LAZARUS (The Brockley Jack)
Sorcha is currently working on set design for the 2017 Frinton Summer Theatre season of The Odd Couple, The Deep Blue Sea and Strangers on a Train.

Jamie Platt - Lighting Designer

Jamie trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and graduated with a first class Honours degree.
He has been nominated for two Off-West End Awards, in 2016 & 2015, and in 2013 was the winner of the Association of Lighting Designers’ ETC Award and the Philip & Christine Carne Prize from RWCMD.
Lighting designs include: To Dream Again (Theatr Clwyd & Polka Theatre); Klippies (Southwark Playhouse); Where Do Little Birds Go? (Old Red Lion Theatre); P’yongyang, We Know Where You Live, Chicken Dust (Finborough Theatre); Pattern Recognition (Platform Theatre & World Tour); Screwed, Grey Man (Theatre 503); The Wonderful World of Dissocia (Embassy Theatre); Bitches Ahoy!, Beauty on the Piste (Above The Stag); Constellations (Théâtre Municipal de Fontainebleau); Mr. Incredible (The Vaults & Underbelly, Edinburgh); Closer to Heaven (Union Theatre); Mahmud íle Yezida, BOY, Misbehaving, The Intruder, Bald Prima Donna, The Red Helicopter (Arcola Theatre); And Now: The World! (Derby Theatre & UK Tour); Make/Believe (V&A Museum); Ring The Changes+ (Southbank Centre & UK Tour); 110 In The Shade (Ye Olde Rose & Crown); Don’t Panic! It’s Challenge Anneka (Summerhall, Edinburgh); The Marriage of Figaro (UK Tour); Neverland, Né Aqua Né Ombre, One Thousand + 1, Fellini: Book of Dreams, AnneX, QuiXote, Due Saponette Rosse di Tritolo, BURN (Fucecchio, Italy); Romeo & Juliet (Pleasance Theatre); Assembly, Feed, Boat (Platform Arts Hub); The Eulogy of Toby Peach (Criterion Theatre & UK Tour); MICROmegas (Riverside Studios); How Is Uncle John? (Assembly, Edinburgh); Grimm Tales (John Lyon Theatre); Arthur’s Quest (The Space, Edinburgh); The Children’s Hour, Earthquakes in London, Arabian Nights (Bute Theatre); Once a Catholic, The Merchant of Venice (Richard Burton Theatre); Merrily He Rolls Along, Honk!, Footloose (Epsom Playhouse).

Rachael Murray - Sound Designer

Rachael is in her final term studying Technical Theatre and Stage Management at RADA, specialising in Sound Design and Production Sound Engineering.
Sound Designs whilst at RADA include When You Cure Me (dir. Tinuke Craig), Vinegar Tom (dir. Cressida Brown) and Girls and Dolls (dir. Lucy Skilbeck). She was also Associate Sound Designer for Kali Theatre’ Sweets and Chocolate and Wireless Theatre Company’s Ladies.  

Emily Megson - Assistant Designer

Emily is a set and costume designer, currently studying BA(Hons) Theatre Design at Rose Bruford, graduating this year. Recent design credits include Blink (Barons Court Theatre), Little Foot (Southwark Playhouse Young Company) and Lion in the Streets (Stratford Circus). 

Kate Francis - Stage Manager

This is Kate's first production at the Jack theatre with Free Fall, she is very excited about having the opportunity to work in a new space and meet new people. Previously she has been Stage Manager for both The Heresy of Love and Jumpy, as well as operating lighting for Kindertransport and Of Mice and Men and crewing on Power all at Bromley Little Theatre! Kate is also looking forward to starting her Production & Technical Arts for Stage and Screen degree at LAMDA, where she hopes to use these experiences to complete her technical training.

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The performance will run from Tues 27 June to Sat 15 July 2017 @ 7.45pm at the Jack Studio Theatre

Tickets: £15, £12 conc. (Contains adult themes, suitable for 16+)

There is no charge for online bookings  (Telephone reservations have a £1.50 booking fee)


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