Epsilon Productions presents

Crystal Springs

by Kathy Rucker

Angela Bull | Rose

Angela has worked extensively throughout her career in many areas of the profession, from Motion Capture for X-Box to running her own theatre company and producing plays of critical acclaim.

Recent Theatre credits include: Helen of Troy (To The Moon), Skin Tight, Extremeties, Othello and Fun Like Stalingrad (Epsilon Productions), Elegies For Angels, Punks & Raging Queens (Chrysalis Productions), Recognition of Shakuntale (Grit Productions & Community 20), Hamlet (Twisted Elbow), Blood Wedding (CP Theatre Productions), The Way Of The World (Onatti Theatre Co.), God (Birmingham Stage Co.) and Sweeny Todd (Spotlighters).

Angela’s latest film credits are Dom for More Or Less Productions where she plays twins, the British indie flick 3 Stags with Fort Mark Films due for release later this year. Taxi-Playing Against The Clock for Bongo Reef Pictures winner of Best Picture at the Rob Knox Film Festival. TV appearance includes Doctors and Dangerfield for the BBC. Radio includes Postcards From A Cataclysm for Radio 4 and The Factory and a One Woman production The Desk for Promising Productions. 

View Angela's Spotlight CV here.

 

Lucy Roslyn | Claire

Since graduating from DSL, Lucy Roslyn's credits include Mr Happiness & The Water Engine (Old Vic Tunnels); the improvised game of chance with the devil Money Vs Happiness (Nu:write Festival Zagreb & Batersea Art Centre); the one woman show Laundry (Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2010 & Waterloo East Theatre) and Blind Eye, the world's first interactive 3D cinema advert, for Woman's Aid.

Lucy is also a playwright, and wrote and performed the critically acclaimed The State Vs John Hayes, a psychological thriller based on research into American killers awaiting execution (Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013 & Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath). Her second play The Stooge debuted recently at the Tristan Bates, the first of a series of plays set in the darkly comic Boondog Circus in 1930's America. She plays alto saxophone, often guesting with Jonny & The Baptists, and is also an illustrator.

View Lucy's Casting Call Pro CV here.

 

Pearl Mackie | Mia

Pearl trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2010.

Theatre includes: The Helen Project (The LOST Theatre) Hiding,Losing; Here Lies a Survivor (Playpod Five, Chichester Festival Theatre) Hello Kind World (To The Moon); Beef : Little Pieces of Gold (Southwark Playhouse) The Rain That Does Not Make You Wet (Vibrant 2014 at The Finborough) Home (The Last Refuge); Holiday (DarkbloomTheatre); Only Human (Theatre 503) Neighbours (HighTide Festival); Blue Blood (Riverside Studios); K (Write-On Festival); Ma Kelly Goes to the Games (Attic Theatre Company); The Crucible (Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal); The Comedy of Errors (Circomedia); Dick Whittington (Redgrave Theatre); The Beaux Stratagem, Bluebird, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Three Sisters (BOVTS); Beautiful Thing (Studiospace).

Screen includes: Doctors (BBC); Svengali (John Hardwick); Live reading of The Lady Vanishes (Debs Paterson). Radio Includes: Great Expectations (Marilyn Imrie); Special Commendation BBC Carleton Hobbs

View Pearl's website here.

 

Rebecca Boey | Hayley

Rebecca Boey trained at East 15 and is a graduate of the Royal Court Young Writer’s Programme.

Theatre includes Inuluk in Island (National Theatre), Mealea in Skin at Arcola, Tatyana in From Russia for Love: First Loves (Theatre Delicatessen), Rhapsody in Ken Campbell’s School of Night at Latitude, and writer-improviser in The One Hour Plays at Underbelly, Canal Café, London Zoo and Latitude.

View Rebecca's website here.

 

Suzan Sylvester | Linda

Suzan trained at Central School of Speech And Drama.  Theatre includes: Macbeth, The Winslow Boy (Octagon Theatre),  Broken Glass (Tricycle), The Price (Bolton Octagon And Tour), The Romany Project (Development At Royal Court), The Memory Of Water, (The Gale Theatre, Barbados), Gilbert Is Dead (Hoxton Hall); Negative Space (New End Theatre); Three Sisters On Hope Street (Hampstead Theatre); Othello (Salisbury Playhouse); Heartbreak House (Watford); Crooked (The Bush Theatre); The Santaland Diaries (Birmingham Rep); Frankie And Johnny At The Clair De Lune (Sound Theatre); Tabloid Caligula (Arcola Theatre, London And 59th Street, New York); Black Milk, Terrorism And Cleansed (Royal Court); Crooked, Little Baby Nothing, Shang -A-Lang And Cardboys (The Bush Theatre); The Real Thing (Tour); The Secret Rapture and Three Sisters (Chichester); Betrayal (Northcott, Exeter); Terms Of Abuse (Hampstead); The Reckless Are Dying Out (Lyric Hammersmith); The House Of Bernarda Alba (Theatr Clywd); All My Sons, The Glass Menagerie and Romeo And Juliet (Young Vic); As You Like It, The Seagull and The Government Inspector (Crucible Theatre); Kindertransport and Yiddish Trojan Women (Soho Theatre); Life Is A Dream (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Pericles and All’s Well That Ends Well (Rsc)  Tis Pity She’s A Whore, A Small Family Business And A View From The Bridge (National Theatre) Which Transferred To The Aldwych And For Which She Won The Olivier Award For Best Newcomer.

Film includes:  Streets of Yesterday and Bilingual. Television includes:  Murder On The Homefront, Doctors; Kingdom; Eastenders; Holby City; Silent Witness; The Quatermass Experiment; Family Affairs; The Bill; Casualty; Where The Heart Is; Maisie Raine; A Touch Of Frost; London’s Burning; Holding On; Wycliffe; Pie In The Sky; Peak Practice; Rides; Mysterio And Call Me Mister. Radio Includes:  The Last Dare, Macbeth, Pentacost, The Rover and The Last Day (Bbc Radio 4).

View Suzan's Spotlight CV here.

 

Tiana Khan | Jenna

Tiana graduated from Royal Holloway University with a BA hons in Drama and Theatre Studies. Alongside her degree she trained in Theatre and Film with The Young Persons Theatre Company. She is soon to appear in Ears by Cork Films. She also played the female lead in Red Light a short film included in the feature, 50 Kisses. Other credits include Present Controller in An Evening Of The Absurd: Are We All Still Waiting For Godot? (Camdens People's Theatre) and Faye in Slingshot (Little Pieces of Gold at Park Theatre). Tiana recently co-founded a production company, TLS, who are currently creating a web series in which she plays Kally Watson. 

View Tiana's Casting Call Pro CV here.