Alexandra Fisher (Woman One)
Alexandra trained at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and studied Acting Shakespeare at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). She also holds a BA in English, Film and Performance Studies from the University of Sydney. She has worked in theatre, musical theatre and on screen throughout the UK, Australia and on international tours. Theatre credits include: Elizabeth Bennett in PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, Juliet
in ROMEO AND JULIET, Scheherazade in THE ARABIAN NIGHTS and Queen Elizabeth in RICHARD III (Cunard/RADA Partnership), Zoo Keeper inERTH’S DINOSAUR ZOO (BOS Productions), and musicals A MONTH AND FIVE DAYS (Park Theatre) and THE MAN INSIDE (Landor Theatre). Alexandra has also worked extensively for the Bell Shakespeare Company; Australia’s premier Shakespeare company. For them she played Hero inMUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at the Sydney Opera House, the Canberra Playhouse and the Arts Centre Melbourne. She also toured for them as, Juliet, Ophelia and Emilia in ACTORS AT WORK. Other roles include Jill inEQUUS (Perth Theatre Company), Jo in FLIGHTFALL (Old Fitz Theatre) and Lulu in THE BIRTHDAY PARTY (Belvoir Street Theatre). Short Films include:ISLE OF AYLESBURY, SEAN AND JENNY and SPIRITED for which she was nominated for Best Actress at the West Australian Screen
Awards. Television includes: ALL SAINTS and HOME AND AWAY.
Alex Wadham (Man One)
Alex trained at the Guildford School of Acting (MA Acting, Distinction) where he won the Postgraduate Acting Prize, and Aberystwyth University (BA Hans. Drama and Theatre Studies). He has worked extensively as an actor, singer and musician in theatre and musical theatre in London and nationwide. Most recently he played Gunther Scheidet in the brand new musical V FOR VICTORY (Stockwell Playhouse), and played Harry in Stephen Sondheim's COMPANY (Aberdeen Arts Centre). His Number #1 UK touring credits include 1st. cover Mick, Wace and Kassier in SUNNY AFTERNOON: THE KINGS MUSCAL and playing Giles in THE MOUSETRAP His regional theatre credits include playing Ernst Ludwig in CABARET (Act Aberdeen), Renne in BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (Capitol Horsham), Bob Cratchit/Fezziwig in A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Lichfield Garrick), Ratty in WIND IN THE WILLOWS (Cambridge Touring Theatre), and Ginger/Parsley in RAPUNZEL AND THE RASCAL PRINCE (Theatre Royal Bury St. Edmunds). His London credits include the Police Voiceover in EYES CLOSED, EARS COVERED (Bunker Theatre), and the fringe premiere of BUDDY: THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) as The Crickets' drummer Jerry Allison. On screen you can see him in the comedy web series THE EXPERT (Film 0.1) playing Timothy, and as Date B in THE SCIENCE OF ATTRACTION (Channel 4/Objective Productions). Alex has performed as a Lead Soloist for AIDA CRUISES onboard the AIDAbella, AIDAdiva and AIDAluna, developing and premierings shows such as SIEGFRIED, SISSI, and NAYELI. You can find him on Twitter @AlexWadham.
Alice Redmond (Woman Two)
TMA nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for TRACEY BEAKER GETS REAL. Trained: Royal Academy of Music and Middlesex Universatiy. Theatre includes: Madame Thenardier in LES MISERABLES (Pimlico Opera) Alice in SHE SAID THE F WORD (Tètè a Tètè Festival 2017), Fairy Fortywinks in SLEEPING BEAUTY (Regents Theatre Ipswich and The Sands Centre Carlisle) Mrs Lovett SWEENEY TODD (88 London Road) Nancy in OLIVER! (Frinton Summer Theatre) Scientist 2 in THE HOMOSEXUAL NEGROPHILIAC DUCK (Tètè a Tètè Festival 2015 & 20165 and Natural History Museum) Woman in IT'S NOT WHAT HE SAYS IT'S HOW DEEP IT GOES (Natural History Museum), Jennyanydots and U/S Grizabella CATS (UK Tour), Dagma in MEXICAN HAYRIDE (Saddlers Wells Studio), The Duchess andThe Mock Turtle in ALICE IN WONDERLAND (Portsmouth New Theatre Royal) Chorus in MONKEY: JOURNEY TO THE WEST (London O2), Cam in TRACEY BEAKER GETS REAL (Nottingham Playhouse & National Tour), The Cheshire Cat in ALICE IN WONDERLAND (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Liz in CARMEN (New Vic Stoke and Tour), Zoe in SINDBAD AND THE DIAMOND PRINCESS (The Theatre, Chipping Norton), Sally Bowles in CABARET (Broadway, Catford), Ronette in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Landor), Kelly in THREEPENNY OPERA (Pimlico Opera), Kwailing in AL-ADDIN (Theatre Royal Stratford East).
Cabaret: AN EVENING OF MUSICAL THEATRE (Streatham Festival), THE REDMOND SISTERS (The Pheasantry, Water Rats, Gay Pride, Too2Much, Jermyn Street, Café Royal Regent Street, Streatham Festival), THE MUSIC OF DAN GILLINGWATER (Waterloo East), SLOANE SQUARE SYNCOPATORS (Queen Elisabeth Halls).
TV and Film: Dresser in CONSIDER YOURSELF (Mob Films), Lady in Car in HALFORDS (Commercial), Receptionist in APE (Rogue Films), Etta in MC-CREADY AND DAUGHTER (BBC), Singer in STAR FOR A NIGHT (BBC), Mandy in LIFE BEGINS (ITV), Cheese Lady in KELLOGS OPTIVITA (Commercial)
Recordings: Charlie in THE SNARK AND HOW TO HUNT IT (Vosburugh/Lazarus), Catherine in MACGREGOR (Bartoli Productions).
Scott Ellis (Man Two)
Scott graduated from LAMDA in 2009. His Theatre work includes THE LION IN WINTER at The Theatre Royal Haymarket, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, THE MAGIC FISHBONE, KING LEAR and FALLEN IN LOVE for Red Rose Chain, ROBIN HOOD, ROBINSON CRUSOE and SLEEPING BEAUTY at The Chipping Norton Theatre, EDITH IN THE DARK at Harrogate Theatre, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR for Changeling Theatre, THE DUKE IN THE CUPBOARD at The Customs House and MACBETH, AS YOU LIKE IT, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S MUSICAL. His screen work includes LAW AND ORDER UK, THE MISERABLES, INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY and most recently KILLER CLERGY for Sky Vision. Scott recently workshopped a new musical version of WUTHERING HEIGHTS. Scott is Artistic Director of Merely Theatre and has directed UK tours of A MIDSOMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, HENRY V, ROMEO & JULIET and TWELFTH NIGHT. Marley Theatre will tour again later this year with productions of MACBETH and MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Scott also spent 2017 as the Artistic Director of Theatre N16 where he directed LUCY LIGHT by Sarah Milton. Scott introduced Family Theatre to the N16 programming and his productions of THE SNOW QUEEN and FINDING PETER will both transfer to the Edinburgh Festival this summer.
James Mironchik (Musical Director / Pianist)
James has been living in Hamburg for over 8 years, arriving from New York City. Music Direction has always been his focus, but along the way he's also worked as an arranger, composer, conductor, keyboard programmer, etc., for National Tours, on Broadway, and television. Since moving to Hamburg he's jumped right back into playing for various shows here: SISTER ACT, ROCKY, DAS WUNDER VON BERN, ICH WAR NOCH NIEMALS IN NEW YORK, MOTOWN THE MUSICAL, GREASE, writing orchestrations and choral arrangements as well as working at various performing arts schools and academies, and of course as a pianist/keyboard player in a wide range of styles and situations.