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Mike Hills

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Mike has been a member of Theatre64 for too long to count. His theatrical odyssey began in Bugsy Malone at the age of 14 in school, then exhibited itself in Woking, Bath and Kuwait before he joined Theatre64. He has undertaken acting, directing and writing roles with the group and is close to notching up his 60th role! He is aided and abetted in this by a long suffering wife and two very active boys (see smaller members of the cast). He would usually mention Fulham as well but its just too depressing at the moment. The Aardvark is in rehab.

Pam Howard

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Happy both behind the scenes and performing on stage, the prospect of taking on the role of Dogberry was too good to miss. Working with Gill and the ensemble cast in a very different way has been most enjoyable and at times stretching. When not acting, Pam can often be found rootling around in the storage container or trawling the local charity shops to track down items for costumes.

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.

Peter Jeffares

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Pete joined Theatre64 ten years ago in their 40th anniversary year. He has appeared in several shows and also directed 'The Wind in the Willows' and 'Private Lives'. After a break of three years, Pete is delighted to have returned to Theatre64 for 'Much Ado About Nothing'. Claudio is a fantastic role to have with a huge range of emotions on show as the story unfolds. Working with Gill as director and a brilliant ensemble cast, this has been the most exciting show Pete has worked on. Pete found the recent workshop with Michael Corbidge an incredible experience which has changed the whole approach of rehearsals and really elevated the standard of the group.

Becky Slocombe

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Having started a new job in London, Rebecca has found that being part of Ashgirl has been a welcome break from all the commuting! Its been fantastic to work with so many new members and see the group grow. Ashgirl is a great adaptation of a classic fairy tale and Rebecca has loved being a part of it! Enjoy the show!

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

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.

Andy Cruickshank

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Andy has a passion for all theatre, especially comedy. Playing a wide variety of parts over the years, including Billy in 'Billy Liar', Geoffrey in 'Lion in Winter' and the evil Goldberg in Pinter's 'The Birthday Party'. Andy also has some experience of Shaw, playing Sergius in 'Arms and the Man'. He directed 'The Killing of Sister George', a winning entry in The Woking Drama Festival, and recently directed 'Billy Liar' for us. He enjoyed a variety of parts in 'Oh! What a Lovely War.

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Claire Barber

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Claire was last seen in 'Shakers Restirred' playing the character of Adele. She has thoroughly enjoyed preparing for A Culinary Cabaret as she has a bit of a musical theatre bug and this has allowed it a bit of freedom! It has been great fun, despite the logistical issues that come with organising such a varied performance. She currently lives in Sandhurst with Jeremy (husband), Eloise (a five year old menace), Angus (a rather austere cat) and Saffy (a sock-obsessed smaller cat...)

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!

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Cast & Crew

Storyteller -   Mike Hills
Napoleon -   Pam Howard
Squealer -   Gill Richardson
Snowball -   Peter Jeffares
Pilkington -   Peter Jeffares
Clover -   Becky Slocombe
Mollie -   Carole Fowler
Boxer -   Russ Pitcher
Benjamin -   Andy Cruickshank
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Director -   Claire Barber
Assistant Director -   Jeremy Barber
Stage Manager -   TBD
Lighting -   TBD
Sound -   TBD