David Adkin and RJG Productions in association with Midnight Theatricals and Park Theatre present


By Taylor Mac

MAX | THALÍA DUDEK (they/them)


Felicity Huffman (she/her)

Felicity Huffman earned an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Transamerica, as well as a Golden Globe Award and Independent Spirit Award for the same role. Huffman has also been honored with an Emmy and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.  

Huffman can be seen on the ABC series American Crime for which she was nominated for a Best Actress Emmy and Golden Globe for her portrayal of Barb Hanlon in the premiere season, Leslie Graham in the second season and Jeanette Hesby in the third season. 

She can also be seen in Ava Duverney's When They See Us on Netflix, Otherhood as well as the independent movie, Tammy's Always Dying. Huffman is a founding member of the Atlantic Theater Company, an off-Broadway theater in New York City.  


Steffan Cennydd (he/him)

Steffan Cennydd graduated from Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He was awarded Guildhall’s Gold Medal for Acting and the Richard Burton Memorial Award.  

Theatre credits include: The Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare’s Globe/World Tour); Under Milk Wood (Watermill Theatre); The Melting Pot (Finborough Theatre). 

Film credits include: Last Summer, Feast, Sweetheart 

Television credits include: The Pembrokeshire Murders, Yr Amguedffa, Hidden, Enid A Lucy, Criminal Record. 



Thalía Dudek (they/them)

Thalía holds a double degree in Philosophy and Literature, as well being a founder of the successful Australian-based Three Fates Theatre Company. 

Theatre credits include: Confessions (National Theatre), Gundog (Three Fates Theatre Company). 

Film credits include: High Grades (Cry Baby Films), Better Man (Roadshow Films).  

Thalía has a deep passion for bringing to life the human stories that live in the intersection of philosophy, politics and language. 



Simon Startin (he/him)

Theatre credits include: The Tempest (Royal Shakespeare Company); Afterlife, The Visit (National Theatre); Romeo and Juliet, Richard III (Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre/Blenheim Palace); Ralegh: The Treason Trial (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Plague (Arcola Theatre); The Government Inspector (Birmingham Rep); Islands (The Bush Theatre/Edinburgh Festival); Beyond Midnight (Trestle Theatre Company); Sherlock Holmes in Trouble (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Tempest (Theatre Royal Bury St. Edmunds/Theatre Setup); Revolting (which he also wrote for Jacksons Lane/The Ministry of Clowns); Pericles, Spangleguts, Tales From The Arabian Nights (London Bubble); The Fly (Oldham Coliseum); Now You Know (Hampstead Theatre); Hamlet, Bartleby (Red Shift); Tartuffe (Mappa Mundi); Fanny Hill (Duke’s Theatre, Lancaster); Waiting For Godot (Tottering Bipeds); The Fall of the House of Usher, Volpone, Into The Mystic, UBU (Graeae); Collateral Damage, Subterranean (Traverse Theatre); The Changeling (Battersea Arts Centre). 

Film credits include: Battery (BBC); Keen Eddie (Paramount); Preserve (Channel Four). 

Television credits include: The Musketeers, Doctors, Mapp and Lucia, Holby City, Tag, Criminal Justice, Everytime I Look At You, Dunkirk, Are You Looking At Me?, Rhyming Criplets (BBC). 


Matthew Blaney 

Matthew trained at RADA. Theatre credits include: Not Now (Finborough Theatre); Under the Black Rock (Arcola Theatre); Blackout (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); and The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Noel Coward Theatre). Feature Film credits include: Belfast (Focus Features).

Audio Recording credits include: Say Nothing (Amazon Audible). Awards include: Spotlight Award Nominee (2017) and Offie Lead Performance Nominee (2023).


Lott Lee

Lott is a trans masc actor and comedian who recently graduated from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts with a BA in Acting (Screen and Digital).

During his training, he had various opportunities to collaborate with industry professionals and was selected to take part in a comedy workshop with Rowan Atkinson. His most recent credits include Clark in X (Liverpool Everyman). Hir marks his professional debut.