Milk Bottle Productions Presents...
The Natural History of TrollsThis is the second to last selection of the company, final people next week. And the week after that you can see them in the flesh, if you buy a ticket.
Jessica Moore is an established actress who trained at East 15. She recently performed in Loves Labours Lost as The Princess and Henry V as Mistress Quickly and Alice for the CSF, Top Cat and Alice in 'Dick Whittington meets Top Cat', Polina in 'The Seagull' at Barons Court and Kim in 'The Waiting Game' at the Unicorn Theatre. Other credits include Emma Darwin in 'When Poets Meet Scientist's' and various Voice over projects including Sony Playstation in various roles and more recently narrator for Revealed on CNN; credits include Sylvio Berlosconi John Malkovitch and Mark Ronson.
Sally trained at ArtsEd, London. Theatre roles include: Katy in The Revengers, Barons Court Theatre, Maggie in With Feathers, The Pleasance, Islington; Paulina in A Winters Tale, Maria in Twelfth Night, Katherina in The Taming of the Shrew, Maria in Love’s Labours Lost all for Rooftop Theatre Company, Veralanium Park, St Albans; Beatrice in Much ado about Nothing (UK tour) Pauline in A Kind of Alaska, The Pleasance and Barons Court, Gila, One for the Road Barons Court; Susan in Tiresias part of an evening of monologues at The Crown Pub, New Oxford Street. Films include Dirty Turkey, The Brotherhood, The Kiss. Commercials: Sainsburys Jamie Oliver Campaign.
Richard Ward trained at Drama Studio London and has appeared in several one act festival plays at the Lost One Act Festival and elsewhere. Other theatre includes "We The People" (Shakespeare's Globe) and "Twelfth Night" (Saviour Theatre). Film and tv includes "Midsomer Murders", "Blue Peter" and "Tortoise In Love". Richard specialises in audio books and role play and is absolutely delighted to be making his first appearance with Milk Bottle Productions. Spotlight 9376-9059-3054.
[Blogger Note: The show is a surprise to most of the cast. Most of the company only have two thirds of the story - they don't know how it ends. Except for myself and Richard - who performs as part of the Epilogue. I didn't feel it was fair for him to not know what most of his text refered to, so I did send him an early draft. Early mind. Even Richard doesn't know it all.]
Theatre credits include Quincey Morris in Dracula, Badger in Toad of Toad Hall, George in Don’t Dress for Dinner and Ernest Foster in Suddenly At Home. Screen credits include Larry in Eye Level, Barry in Best Man (a film that was nominated in the 2010 British Horror awards and then banned from being shown at the ceremony for being too graphic) and an Ident for EDF Energy.