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Claire Sergeant

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Claire is a teacher in Frogmore, She has recently bought a house in Yateley so unfortunately the group is stuck with her for a while! Claire was last on stage in Theatre 64's award-winning 412 Letters, winning the Best Actress award at Spelthorne Festival. Before that she was seen as Lady Macbeth in 'Macbeth'. Claire has recently married theatre64's Jeremy Barber.

Martyn Lewis

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As a long time supporter of London Welsh Rugby Club, Martyn has much personal experience of tragedy. A long-standing member of the group, Martyn played Prospero in the recent Theatre 64 production of 'The Tempest' but feels that he has grown up since then and won’t do it again - however he did manage another mammoth part recently, playing Creon in 'Antigone'. This is Martyn’s directorial debut for Theatre 64.

Caroline Pitcher

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Caroline has been a member of Theatre64 on and off for the last 14 years. Previous roles she has enjoyed include Ros in ‘412 Letters’, Penny in ‘Jekyll & Hyde’ and Lady Bracknell in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’. Also a member of Fleet Rock Choir, she has sung at The Anvil, Wembley Arena, The Hexagon and LowdeFest music festival. Caroline has a part-time marketing job and a full-time family job looking after 2 girls and managing the renovation project that is their family home!

Scott Basham

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Scott works as a software developer, and drama represents his last hobby to resist being computerised. He acted in various shows during his 14 years in Edinburgh, where he also played in a plethora of dodgy-looking 60s styled bands. When not using words like plethora he still writes and records music. This is Scott's fourth Theatre 64 production, having appeared in 'Dracula', 'Antigone' and 'The Importance of Being Ernest'. He lives in Wokingham with a small garden shed, 150 Doctor Who videos and a functioning guillotine.

Karen Williamson

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Having just obtained a position as a law cost draftsman in London, Karen will finally be joining the rat race with a permanent job. Despite the commute, she hopes to continue her acting with us as well as a few new activities - including Circus skills! This is Karen's third show for us having started as a slutty vampire and moved on to one third of the Chorus in 'Antigone'. Karen also enjoys running the lights and especially climbing the gantry to hang them.

Russ Pitcher

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Russ has done almost everything you can in and around a stage, even singing nearly in tune! 'Much Ado..' has been an amazing experience, not just working with a great cast and crew, but learning so much from being part of the OpenStages programme. Previous roles he has enjoyed include Macbeth, Donald in 'Blue Remembered Hills' and a down-and-out muppet. Russ has a geeky IT job and lives in Fleet in an organised pile of bricks that is helping the local tradesmen weather the cutbacks.

Sarah Cruickshank

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Sarah's first play with Theatre64 was 'Dracula' in 1998, where she had three small parts. This was followed by parts in 'The Importance of Being Earnest' and 'Pygmalion'. 'Antigone' gave her the opportunity to play the role of Ismene. Sarah has also enjoyed her first Shakespeare speaking role in 'Macbeth'. She also had the pleasure of acting under the direction of her father in 'Billy Liar', where she played Liz one of Billy's girlfriends. Sarah's other hobbies include, literature, musicals, silk painting and retail therapy.

Helen Nicholls

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The groups longest serving member, Helen is a manager in a local NHS trust. As well as acting, Helen has directed a number of shows for Theatre 64, including 'Once a Catholic', and most recently 'Definitely No Pineapples' in our 2001 Showcase. The e-Bay queen of the local area, Helen has managed to raise a small fortune for us, including selling a pair of "period" shoes for over £70! Helen died in March 2003.

Jason Kewley

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Jason has had an involvement with amateur drama since school. Though not being a prolific member of the group, he has played roles in productions such as Dracula, Wind in the willows, Antigone, The Real inspector Hound, A Fete worse than death. He generally gets cast in the offbeat roles. Tonight he is playing the 'high school bitch' His claws are sharpened and ready... Meow!

Jeremy Barber

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Jeremy has appeared on stage sporadically and the last time was also as a soldier in Still Lives & Smoking Jackets. The opportunity to revisit No Mans Land however was to good to turn down, having enjoyed playing Hans in the previous version. Jack however has been a very different character to learn (not helped by the 3 pages added by Mr Hills part way through the run - Thanks Mike!). Knowing it was a short rehearsal run meant it didn't impinge on his time too much as Jeremy is in the midst of raising £4k for Wessex Heartbeat to allow him to trek to Everest Base Camp in November. He has thoroughly enjoyed treading the boards again and is looking forward to seeing all the audience at the quiz on the 8th March!

Graeme Blundell

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Having joined Theatre 64 in July, Graeme has at last managed to land a speaking part. A regular stage manager for Hartley Arts Group, he was dragged on stage (playing a stage manager) and hasn’t looked back. Graeme has a distinct lack of pets at home, but does have an impressive collection of palm trees that seem to have a life of their own.

Tom Dowdell

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Tom's ambition in life is a career in show-business. He's already getting plenty of acting experience, with previous acting credits including his school production of 'Oliver!' and our recent production of 'Dracula'. This play had the added advantage of allowing him to howl at his teacher (Mike Hills) with impunity. His hobbies include cycling, skating, roller-hockey, drama and art.

Carole Fowler

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Carole has been with T64 more years than she is able or willing to remember. In thwart time she has acted, directed, stage managed, done prompt, lighting, sound, props, box office, made costume, even sung in her own fashion, painted and built scenery. All this and had fun too and intends to keep on till even further into her dotage



Gill Richardson

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Gill lives in Farnborough and has been a member of Theatre64 for a while! (She thought it was ten years but it turns out it's much more than that!)She enjoys both acting and directing; although it's been a while since she was last treading the boards. As a director she has thoroughly enjoyed the whole Open Stages experience as it has been a really exciting way of approaching performance in a holistic way. The learning process has been amazing - so thank you to all involved.

Cast & Crew

Antigone -   Claire Sergeant
Creon -   Martyn Lewis
Chorus -   Caroline Pitcher
-   Scott Basham
-   Karen Williamson
Haemon -   Russ Pitcher
Ismene -   Sarah Cruickshank
Nurse -   Helen Nicholls
Guards -   Jason Kewley
-   Jeremy Barber
-   Graeme Blundell
Messenger -   Tom Dowdell
Eurydice -   Carole Fowler
Director -   Gill Richardson