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Lewis Hart

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Lewis Hart is winningly naïve as Tesman, the victim of circumstances he struggles to understand, let alone control
Whatsonstage,Hedda Gabler’ at Edinburgh Lyceum

“Props to a brilliant turn by Hart, whose ability to bring a vitality to a character so unlikeable is little short of extraordinary. A standout scene at a funeral epitomises this: he’s wretched, but completely credible.
Timeout‘This Much (Or An Act of Violence Towards The Institution Of Marriage)’ at The Soho Theatre 

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Caitlin Drake

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Caitlin made her professional debut- to great acclaim- playing “Myfanwy” in the world-premiere of Emily White’s Pavilion, directed by Tamara Harvey.

She has recently returned home from performing at The New Zealand Festival of the Arts, where she played “Gertrude” in a workshop production of The Brief and Frightening Reign of Phil; a co-production with the National Theatre and Bret McKenzie.

She was nominated for the 2019 Spotlight Prize.

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“…the remarkable Caitlin Drake, making her professional debut… [is] someone to watch.
The Stage

“…the professional debut of Caitlin Drake goes unchecked such is her striking turn as Myfanwy.”
Gareth Williams

“Caitlin Drake is wonderful as Myfanwy [with] a world-class singing voice. Her solo… so affecting that every single member of the audience applauded…”
Arts Scene in Wales

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Jay Marsh

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Jay is currently in rehearsals for The Prince of Egypt.

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“The performances are uniformly good with Jay Marsh deserving a special mention for his performance…”
– The Times

“Jay Marsh…delivers sterling, committed work…”
– WhatsOnStage

“…vital self-belief – articulated gorgeously by Marsh in the anthemic ‘Let It Sing’.”
– The Arts Desk

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