Milk Bottle Productions Presents...
The Natural History of TrollsThis is the last selection of the company - bar one very special person, who I'll introduce you to on Thursday. Eagle eyed readers and those with a badge for mathematical excellence will realise that the names and numbers of cast presented in this blog have not remained consistent - there have been a couple of changes due to various dull clashing work commitment things. The revised cast and day of performance list follows tomorrow - tickets, as ever, available now - Go on, you know you want to...
Charlotte Hunter graduated from The Oxford School of Drama in 2009. She performed the roles of Ophelia from Hamlet and Twelfth Night's Olivia to much acclaim at The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival last year and has since played two roles, one of which required the motion capture for an undead child, in the movie 'Dungeons & Dragons: The Book of Vile Darkness' which was completed in March this year and is due for release in 2012. Charlotte will be on our screens come September, appearing in the BBC's hospital drama, Doctors. She is very happy to be reunited on stage with Robert Crighton following her stage debut as Nora from A Dolls House alongside Robert as Krugstad.
Josie Bloom is an actress, singer and storyteller. She graduates from ALRA in July 2011 and is delighted to be making her professional debut with Milk Bottle Productions.
She is also due to appear at the Camden Festival in Peter at The Shaw Theatre in August 2011. Previous credits include: Underground (Dream Think Speak) and A Storyteller in Search of an Audience (Vayu Naidu Company).
Sophie has recently finished filming a short film. She has made many appearances as part of the Play to Stage new writing initiative at The Jackson Lane Theatre which is where she originally met Robert Crighton - and subsequently became involved in this Milk Bottle Productions.
Sophie originally attended the Oxford School of Drama. Her first job was as an ASM at Southwold Summer Theatre for Jill Freud. She went from here to work on several productions at the Kings Head, the Old Fire Station, Oxford, The Wolsey, Ipswich, The Duke of York’s Theatre and The Haymarket Theatre, London.
She has had a variety of supporting roles on both TV and film and has appeared in many commercials, as well as doing intermittent voiceover work. Stints as a milliner and assisting making theatrical costumes, amongst many other things, have kept her busy in between acting.