Jack DePalma
Todd and Nancy Allan, Rick Feldman, Joanne F. Guerrerio, Max Needle, Bert Rosenblatt, Robert Frier/Andy Tobias
 in association with Park Theatre
present the World Premiere of 


By Andrew Stein












Oliver Alvin-Wilson

Theatre credits include: All of Us, Nine Night (and West End), The Red Barn, Emperor and Galilean, All’s Well That Ends Well (National Theatre); Henry VI Rebellion/War of the Roses (RSC); Samskara (The Yard Theatre); The Twilight Zone (also West End), The Doctor (Almeida); Genesis Inc. (Hampstead Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Young Vic); Othello (Stafford Gatehouse Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Merchant of Venice, Henry V (Propeller Theatre Company); Antigone adapted by Roy Williams (Stratford East/Pilot); Doctor Faustus (Leeds Playhouse/Citizens); Blue/Orange (ATG No. 1 UK Tour);Romeo and Juliet, The Child (Pilot Theatre) Antony and Cleopatra (Nuffield Theatre) and To Kill a Mockingbird (Theatre Clwyd/Tour)

Television credits include: Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power, The Bay, Murder in Provence, The Rebel S2, Collateral, Lovesick, From Cradle To Grave, Misfits, Hollyoaks and Casualty.

Film credits include: Harkness, Wonder Woman 1984 and The Huntsman.


 Nathaniel Curtis

Nathaniel Curtis is best known for his breakout role of Ash Mukherjee in Russell T Davies’ powerful Channel 4 series, It’s A Sin. He recently appeared in The Witcher: Blood Origin and will be appearing in the forthcoming series, Captain Laserhawk: Blood Dragon Remix both for Netflix. 

Theatre Credits Include: Britannicus (Lyric Hammersmith); Romeo and Juliet (UK Tour); The Tempest (UK Tour) and Pride and Prejudice (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre).

Audio Credits Include: Torchwood – Cuckoo (Big Finish) and Auris (Audible).



Sasha Desouza-Willock

Television credits include: Industry (Bad Wolf/HBO); Deep Heat (Slam Films/ITV2); London Kills (Acorn TV/BBC1); Inside Man (Hartswood Films/BBC); The Main Part (Studio 72/iPlayer); Adult Material (Channel 4/Fifty Fathoms Productions) and Doctors (BBC). 

Film credits include: Fired (iDream Productionns)





Rosanna Hyland

Training: LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore.

Rosanna recently played Lorraine Baines in Back To The Future, The Musical (Adelphi Theatre).

Other credits include: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Unmasked at (The Other Palace); Rosalie Mullins in School Of Rock, The Musical (Gillian Lynne); Alice in I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It on the Road (Jermyn Street); Betty Hapschatt in Shock Treatment (Kings Head); Hope Cladwell in Urinetown (Apollo); Shrek, The Musical (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Sister Act, The Musical (London Palladium) and Carousel (The Savoy). 



Debbie Korley

Theatre credits include:  Henry VIII & Joan (The Globe Theatre, London); The Fall Of The House Of Usher (Ruhrtriennale International Festival/Burg Theater, Vienna); The Whip, A Museum in Baghdad, Tamburlaine, Timon of Athens, Little Eagles, Morte D’Arthur, Grain Store, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, American Trade, King Lear, As You Like it (RSC); Comedy of Errors (RSC/Told by an Idiot); Acceptance (Hampstead Theatre); Cargo (Arcola); Beowulf (Unicorn Theatre); King Lear(Talawa/Manchester Royal Exchange/Birmingham Rep); Boi Boi is Dead (Leeds Playhouse/Watford Palace Theatre); Coram Boy(National Theatre), A Matter of Life and Death (Kneehigh/National Theatre); Prurience, Welcome To The Home (Southbank Centre); The Residents (AlbanyTheatre/Teatro Vivo); Too Clever By Half (Manchester Royal Exchange/Told By An Idiot); Black Jesus (Finborough Theatre); Feathers in the Snow (National Theatre Studio); Cinderella (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Aida (Royal Albert Hall); Whistle Down the Wind (West End/Tour); Sick (Almeida) and Ten Suitcases (Drill Hall).

Television credits include: Delicious (Bandit Television/SKY); Holby City, Casualty, Doctors, Holy Smoke, Green Balloon club (BBC); Night and Day (Granada) and Night Fever (Five).

Film credits include: King Lear (Saffron Cherry TV/BBC); The One’s Below (Cuba/Tigerlily) and I Called You (Double Yellow Productions).

Radio credits include: The Archers, Murmuration, What Really Happened In The Nineties: Rac, The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, Home Front, What Really Happened In The Nineties: Race (BBC 4); Selling Dreams (Story Glass/ETT); The Eighth of March –Protectors Of Time: Prism, Gallifrey – Time War: Volume 4 (Big Finish) and a season with the BBC Radio Rep Company.


Nick Read

Nick has recently played DI Gaskill in The Girl on the Train (Barn Theatre) and originate the role of Visitor in the two hander Eh Up Me Old Flowers (The Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh).

Other theatre credits includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (International Tour); Titus Andronicus (Malachites Theatre); A Misunderstanding (Southwark Playhouse); and Things That Never Grew in the Garden (Hampstead Theatre).

Television and film credits include: Trigger Point (ITV); I Came By (Netflix), Red Dwarf (Dave); Victoria (ITV); Humans (AMC/C4); Bugging Out (Borderline C4) and The Movement (Springfield Films).

Nick is also 1/5 of award-winning comedy troupe ZazU who have four successful Edinburgh Fringe runs, transferring all shows to sell-out runs at The Soho Theatre, and in 2016 they won the Three Weeks Editor’s Choice award ZazU are currently developing their work for radio and TV.

Alongside writing partner Tom Machell, Nick was commissioned by the BFI to develop their 12-part-series Elliot’s Guide to Everything for television. Nick has also written for and directed the Guinness World Record holding sketch show and Edinburgh favourite NewsRevue.


Kevin Shen

Theatre Credits include: Yellow Face (Park Theatre, National Theatre); Life of Pi (Wyndham’s Theatre); Snow in Midsummer (Royal Shakespeare Company); Chimerica (Harold Pinter Theatre); Paper Dolls (Mosaic Theater, US Premiere); Caught (Arcola Theatre) and Shangri-La (Finborough Theatre).

Television Credits include: Fool Me Once, Devils, Litvinenko, Industry, Silent Witness, Eastenders, We Are Who We Are, Tyrant, Criminal Minds, LA’s Finest, Pure Genius and 24: Live Another Day

Film credits include: A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby, Close, Unlocked and The Rezort.

Radio credits include: Fukushima, U.Me: The Musical, and Fear of Flying.


Mika Simmons

Television credits include: Showtrial (BBC/World Productions) Unforgotten (ITV), Dragon Age: Origins (Bioware), Casualty (BBC), Bad Girls (ITV), Falling Apart (Channel 4), Without Motive (ITV), Happy Birthday Shakespeare (BBC) and Frenchman’s Creek (ITV). 

Film credits include: Us Among the Stones, BirthdayBoy, Balcony, Westminster Girls, Through the Hawthorne (Short Animation), Magpie, Ripley Under Ground, and Casting About

Theatre credits include: You Once Said Yes (British Council / Look Left Look Right); On the Piste (Derby Playhouse); Romeo and Juliet/Moments (Young Vic Studio); The Queen of Spades (New End Theatre); Macbeth (British Council, International Shakespeare Festival) Octopus Pie (Landor Theatre) In That Summer of Sweet Sixteen (Red Lion) Ghost from a Perfect Place (White Bear)