Allison is a Theatre Director and Dramaturg who specialises in crafting dynamic and captivating new works, which engage audience debate, push boundaries, and encourage reflection. She relocated to London in September of 2022 to pursue her MA in Theatre Directing at the University of East London. Before moving to London, she served as the Literary Manager for Underscore Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, as a freelance theatre director, and freelance literary advisor. She was awarded Best Director at the Chicago Musical Theatre Festival in 2020.
Anaïs Marden, an actor based in Walthamstow, with parents from Mauritius, she believes in representing her South Asian roots in her work as well as exploring a career in casting with hopes to work alongside agencies in expanding the pool of minority creatives. She is currently a student at UEL undertaking an MA for Acting in Stage and Screen and has since been working on screen from a short film , For The Love Of Eve, screened at film festivals such as Lift-Off Global Network and Our Youth on the Rise in LA, to featuring in her first feature film called Devil May Care by Sam Bell.
Luke Rogers is an East London based actor and theatre maker with a focus on stage, screen, clowning and stylised theatrical projects. They’ve been creating new and innovative theatre since 2015, with their most recent success in their theatre companies show “Please Hold” at Brighton Fringe - which garnered an incredible response to it’s “postdramatic breakdown of the patriarchy” and “new aged characterisation technique” showcased within the performance. Following their graduation from the University of Chichester with a First BA (Hons) in Acting, they’ve found screen success in Apple TV’s Ted Lasso, What We Do In The Shadows on Disney+ as well as voiceover work with Bethesda on their game Fallout 4. They are currently training for an MA in Acting for Stage and Screen at the University of East London.