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Colourings lasts 2 hours 5 minutes_ with one 20-minute interval

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									Sally Ferguson (Lighting Designer)
Sally graduated from Wimbledon School of Art in 2004 and works as a freelance
lighting designer. Recent work includes, African Gothic (White Bear), The
Wonder! A Woman Keeps A Secret (White Bear & BAC), Fiddler on the Roof and
Little Me (NYMT) The Maids (Etcetera) and Raffertys’ Hill (Rosemary Branch).
She is a director of Blank Designs Ltd and The Other Theatre Company and is
currently working with Ajose-Cutting Dance on their Place Prize nomination.

Rebecca Warrilow (Design Assistant)
Rebecca graduated from Wimbledon School of Art in 2007. As production
designer: Cuban Charm (Rosemary Branch), and Karma (The Ocean), several
short films and a TV pilot. Rebecca designed set and props for Relay: a site
specific dance piece for Greenwich Dance Agency. TV credits include work for
art departments at Nickelodeon, Enteraction TV and Netplay TV.

Evelyn K Stewart (Stage Manager)
Evelyn is currently a post-graduate student at Mountview, where she is
specialising in stage management. Credits at Mountview include: The Trojan
Women, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Titanic. Other credits include The
Homecoming (Almeida), and prodcutions at the Mercury, Pleasance and New
Vic theatres.

Sadie Keenan (Producer)
After graduating from the theatre practice course at the Central School of Speech
and Drama, Sadie worked in New York with the producer Liz McCann and on the
Tony awards 2006. She currently works for Jenny Topper and for Edward Snape
and is the development director for offwestend.com. Other production credits
include Lonestar and PVT Wars (Kings Head) and Little Shop of Horrors (Menier
Chocolate Factory & Duke of York’s).

Pocket Mercury Productions (Producer)
Previous productions include: Ombudsman’s Flies by Louise Ramsden (Man
In The Moon Theatre, London and Café Royale, Edinburgh), Gas and Air by
Louise Ramsden (Komedia Roman Eagle Lodge, Edinburgh and Pleasance,
London), Poulet-Phillips in FIASCO! (Old Sorting Office Studios, Putney and
Soho Theatre, London) and Lord Buckley in Los Angeles (Mbar, Los Angeles).

                                        Thank You
Helen Devine and all at the Old Red Lion, Amy Keefe, Lisa Spirling, Gemma Manger, Wayward
Star, One Red Pixel, Sporting Index, Sincera Productions, Jasper Soffer, Montagna Productions,
Chris Doyle, Ben Beazley, Mountview Academy, The Almeida Theatre, Nicholas Hytner, Jessica
Hrabowsky and Christopher Hanvey, Phil and Pippa Keatley, George Couyas, Nicola Sangster,
               Caroline Steinbeis, Brett Goldstein, Anne Mayer and Jenny Topper.                 Colourings lasts 2 hours 5 minutes, with one 20-minute interval
                                   CAST                                           Paul Chesterton (Dr Houghton)
                          (In Order of Appearance)                                Recent theatre includes: The Odyssey - Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat, The
                                                                                  Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other, Present Laughter and The Alchemist
Polly Findlay (Emily)                                                             (National Theatre), Dracula (Touring Consortium/ Birmingham Rep), The Case
Polly trained at LAMDA and at the National Theatre Studio. Theatre includes The   of the Frightened Lady, Hay Fever and The Importance of Being Earnest (Bruce
Taming of The Shrew (Thelma Holt - Japan tour), Twelfth Night (Thelma Holt -      James Productions), The Valkyrie (English National Opera), The Legend of
Massachusetts Festival of Arts), Measure for Measure, A Midsummer Night’s         King Arthur (Red Shift), The Merry Wives of Windsor (Oddsocks Productions),
Dream, and Macbeth (Shakespeare Santa Cruz, California), Blood Wedding            A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Creation Theatre Company), I Love My Love
(Young Vic) and Spring Awakening (RSC). TV includes: Trial By Fire, Doctors       (Casting Light Productions), Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet (Creation Theatre
and The Prince and the Pauper.                                                    Company).
As a director, Polly was the recipient of both the 2007 JMK Award and the 2006
Bulldog Bursary for Young Directors at the National Theatre Studio. She has                                   CREATIVE TEAM
directed productions in London, and assisted on several productions at the
National Theatre and elsewhere.                                                   Andrew Keatley (Writer)
                                                                                  Studied English and Drama at Royal Holloway, University of London, and acting
Alex Price (Mark)                                                                 at Webber Douglas. Acting credits include productions with Sincera Productions,
Colourings is Alex’s professional theatre debut. Roles while training at Webber   the Eye Theatre, the Arcola Theatre and Punchdrunk. Writing credits include
Douglas included Prospero in The Tempest, Trofimov in The Cherry Orchard,         Paper Planet (with Beccy Noble - longlisted for the BBC New Talent award), the
Maksudov in Black Snow and Actor in The Lower Depths. Alex also performed         television pilot Clubbing (developed by the TAPS Emerging Writers Programme),
regularly at Pendley Open Air Shakespeare Festival, appearing in The Taming       the sketch show pilot Dropping Eaves and an original adaptation of Alice’s
of The Shrew and Henry V. Film includes Pluto in Clubbed directed by Neil         Adventures in Wonderland for the Arboretum, Royal Holloway. Colourings is his
Thompson and the lead role of Vince in A Horse With No Name.                      first original play.

Su Douglas (Hannah)                                                               Derek Bond (Director)
Recent theatre includes: Final Judgement (Bill Kenwright), Albert Nobbs           As Director: African Gothic (White Bear), The Wonder! A Woman Keeps A
(Oldham Colosseum), Stepping Out (Lincoln), The Cemetery Club (Yvonnne            Secret (White Bear and Time Out Critics’ Choice Season at BAC), The Maids
Arnaud), and Hedda Gabler (Duke of York’s).                                       (Etcetera), Transmissions (Birmingham Rep) and The Censor (Union Theatre).
Recent TV Includes: Doctors (BBC), The Jeffrey Archer Trial (Channel 4) and       As Associate Director: Desperately Seeking Susan and Cabaret (West End)
Hegamaths (BBC).                                                                  Extensive assisting credits include productions at the Almeida, Chichester,
Recent Film includes: London to Brighton, AKA, Funny Money and Dragon             Birmingham Rep and two productions at the National Theatre. Derek is artistic
World. Sue specialises in voice overs, and has recently completed voicing three   director of the Other Theatre Company, and was a finalist in this year’s JMK
characters in the new series of Fireman Sam.                                      Award for young directors.

Alan Charlesworth (Douglas)                                                       James Perkins (Designer)
Recent theatre includes: The Last Confession, (tour & Theatre Royal Haymarket),   James studied Theatre Design at Wimbledon School of Art. On graduating in
Antony & Cleopatra and Much Ado About Nothing (Worthing & Greenwich Park,         2004 he co-founded Blank Designs, a collaborative design co-operative. He is
London), The Black Rider (Barbican, Sydney Festival, Australia) Hard Times        also a co-producer and designer for The Other Theatre Company. Credits include:
and Romeo & Juliet (Love & Madness Productions), Death & the Maiden and           The Barber (Greenwich Theatre), The Faerie Queen (Lilian Baylis), Iolanthe
The Circle (English Theatre of Hamburg). Other theatre includes: Northanger,      and Turn of the Screw (Charles Court Oprea), African Gothic (White Bear), The
Richard III, The Taming of the Shrew and In Lambeth. TV includes: A World in      Wonder! A Woman Keeps A Secret (White Bear & BAC), The Highway Crossing
Arms: Navies. www.alancharlesworth.co.uk                                          (Arcola) and The Last Priest (Kings Head). www.sceno.org/jamesperkins.

								
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