Rabbit Cast Biographies

jenni-headshotBella – Jennifer Stewart

This will be Jenni’s debut performance with KDC and she has loved every minute of it. She would like to say a huge thank you to all the cast, her lovely Director, Hayley Cameron and Assistant Director, Vicky Olusanya. She has always enjoyed being on stage and has been in many productions throughout school and University. Most recently, since moving to London, she has been a part of Singing in the Rain (Mayhem Musical Theatre Company), Made in Dagenham (WLOS) and now Rabbit!

stephen-headshotFather – Stephen Ball

Stephen trained at City Lit in the early nineties. After a 15 year break, he returned to the stage in 2014 in the KDC production Keeping in Touch with Temptation. This was followed by roles in You are the Detective at Theatre Delicetessan, An Audience Investigates at Hampstead Peoples Theatre and several Third Person Theatre co-productions at Bread and Roses Theatre. In 2015 he appeared as Special Agent Christopher Klein in Kingmakers, a British Nollywood series. This year he has appeared in Sci Fi film The Skies of Arcadia as Professor Vergil (Carlo Garibaldi) and as the Addict Phil in Sleepwalkers (Caitlin Adamson).

tasha-headshotEmily – Natasha Rowan

Before moving to London to study acting at The Poor School (short course) Natasha worked with various amateur companies in Norfolk, in association with Sheringham Little Theatre and The Garage Theatre. Some of her favourite roles have been Prospera in The Tempest, Viola in Twelfth Night and Cissy in Punk Rock. Last year Natasha performed in the Croydon Festival, in An Experiment with An Air Pump by Shelagh Stephenson. This is her first time working with KDC and she’s really excited to be a part of Rabbit!

nilesh-headshotTom – Nilesh Pandey

This is Nilesh’s first performance with KDC. Over the past few years he has performed in Calendar Girls as Liam and Swimming with Sharks as Jack. He also studied acting at college where he played the lead role in productions of Dying For It by Moira Buffini and A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. Nilesh works in Marketing by day, and his claim to fame is appearing on Newsround with Jo from S Club 7 when he was 11.

doug-headshotRichard – Douglas Baker

Douglas is a freelance creative with a passion for theatre, film and travel. He has also researched for many fun and exciting TV, film and commercial directors. He has just returned from an inspiring journey through Tibet, Japan and China. He has enjoyed bringing this part from page to stage and is looking forward to entertaining the audience.

talitha-headshotSandy – Talitha Parker

Representing Australia, this is Talitha’s first KDC production. Having been involved in independent film projects since her stay in London, she is very excited to get back to her roots and immerse in the theatre world once again! She can’t wait to start showing the people of London this exciting project!

hayley-headshotDirector – Hayley Cameron

Autumn Season 2016

The sun may have gone away but there is no need to stop drinking those celebratory cocktails – KDC auditions for our Autumn season are officially on. We have two great plays directed by two super women, with parts for all ages and types. You are sure to find something to float your boat.

When: 6.45-7pm registration, auditions 7pm-9pm, Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 August 2016. Choose whichever date suits you best.

Where: Clean Break Studios, 2 Patshull Road, Kentish Town, NW5 2LB. The nearest tube is Kentish Town.

Recalls: 10am-2pm, Saturday 3 September at Clean Break Studios

You will be called by Friday 2 September if the directors would like to see you again.

The Plays:

Rabbit, written by Nina Raine
Directed by Hayley Cameron
25 – 29 October 2016, Barons Court Theatre
Audition Notice

Good Person of Szechwan, written by Bertolt Brecht
Translated by John Willet
Directed by Brigitte Adela
1 – 5 November 2016, Barons Court Theatre
Audition Notice