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Stefan is an actor from and working in London. Previous credits include: The Spanish Tragedy (Lazarus Theatre), Are We Still Waiting For Godot (Closing The Gap), Promiseland (RAaW Theatre) and Earthquakes In London (CTW) Stefan has just finished producing and appearing in the web series ‘The Start Up’ with fellow castmate Tiana Khan. Stefan is super excited to be touring with Pied Piper Theatre Company and performing in some wonderful venues.
Tiana graduated from Royal Holloway University with a BA hons in Drama and Theatre Studies. Alongside her degree she trained in Theatre and Film with The Young Persons Theatre Company. Theatre credits include Changing Places (Time Won't Wait) Crystal Springs (Park Theatre), An Evening Of The Absurd: Are We All Still Waiting For Godot? (Camdens People's Theatre), Slingshot (Park Theatre), Only to God and History (Rag Factory). Film credits include: Steer Clear (Jackdaw), Ears (Cork Films), FestEvil (Paul Taylor), 50 Kisses-Red Light (Good Shout).
Tina Williams is the Artistic Director of Pied Piper Theatre Company, which she set up in 1984 having trained as both an actor and a teacher. Tina has written, adapted, directed and produced over twenty five plays for the company including a large scale national tour of Anne Fine's "The Book of the Banshee", a community tour of "A Little Princess" involving eight actors and eight young people and her recent new plays "The Big ENORMOUS Present" and "Robin's Winter Adventure".
In 1994 Tina set up the Education Department at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Guildford, which ran until 2008. As well as directing several co-productions with the Yvonne Arnaud she wrote and directed ‘Flash! Bang! Rabbit! for the youth theatre as a creative and cultural exchange with the Sherman Theatre in Cardiff.
Tina has been engaged as Artistic Director for several co-productions throughout the UK and internationally in Singapore. She also directed several seasons at The Fortune Theatre in London’s West End. She is currently writing two new plays for age four upwards.
Catherine trained in Theatre Design at Nottingham Trent University.
Current design work includes: Princess and Pea (tutti Frutti), Wind In The Willows (York Theatre Royal), The Town Mouse & The Country Mouse (Pied Piper theatre Company).
Theatre production designs include: Robin’s Winter Adventure (Pied Piper theatre Company), The Fever Chart (Pilot Theatre), The Diver (Soho Theatre and Setagaya Public Theatre, Tokyo), Fly in the Ointment, Cover her Feet (Stephen Joseph Theatre), King Arthur, As You Like It, The Crucible (costume design), Wind In The Willows, Coram Boy, 1984, Keys to the Kingdom, Bouncers, September in the Rain, The Trial, The Hunchback of Notre Dame(York Theatre Royal), Rapunzel, Hare and Tortoise, The Girl who Lost her Smile (Tutti Frutti), The Feathered Ogre, Jack and the Beanstalk, Madame Butterfly (English Touring Opera Education).
Film work includes: The Knife that Killed Me.
Catherine works extensively with young people including youth theatre, community projects and working as an artist in schools.
Beatrice is a young London-based Freelance Stage Manager, recently graduated from The Edinburgh School of Lighting, Sound and Stage Management.
Shows she has worked on include Electric Dreams (Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015), Cuddles (UK Tour 2015), Found (The Hope Theatre), Megalopolitan (Vaults Festival), The Kiss of the Earth (The Cockpit Theatre, Greenwich Theatre, Stratford Arts House), Peter Pan (Kenton Theatre), and Starlore for Beginners & Other Plays (Theatre 503).
Beatrice also has experience working on events and was lucky enough to be part of the Stage Management team for The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. She has also more recently worked on the new feature film: The Lady in the Van.
This is her first time working with Pied Piper Theatre Company.
Originally from Nova Scotia, Canada, Angela is a movement director, director, performer and teacher. Recent projects include Sizwe Banzi is Dead at the Young Vic & UK Tour (as movement director) and Life on Wheels with circus company Bella Kinetica (as director). Other movement direction credits include: Love is Easy (music video; McFly); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Custom/Practice); The Kitchen (Fourth Monkey); Faith, Hope & Charity (Southwark Playhouse); Emma Thompson Presents: Fair Trade (Shatterbox). For Pied Piper Theatre Company: Great Gran's Great Games, My Big Little Sister and Robin's Winter Adventure. Angela is Course Director of Fourth Monkey's Two Year Rep Actor Training Programme.
This is Julian's third show for Pied Piper Theatre Company. He has composed music for lots of theatre shows for children and young people, including Charlie and Lola's Best Bestest Play, Charlie and Lola's Extremely New Play and Gorilla (Polka Theatre, directed by Roman Stefanski), Up and Down (GaGa Theatre Company), The Paper Washi Wish and Little Sunshine, Little Rainfall (A Thousand Cranes Theatre), and A Christmas Carol (Lakeside Arts, Nottingham). He has written several musicals for young people including Beauty and the Beast, Red Riding Hood and Flat Stanley (with Mike Kenny, Engine House Theatre) and Run! A Sports Day Musical (with Lisa Evans, Polka Theatre).