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Fluff Productions in association with Park Theatre present

World Enough and Time

By Sarah Sigal

Justin Audibert

Lily Arnold

Lighting Designer
Joshua Pharo

Sound Designer
Mark Webber

Assistant Director
Rebecca Hill

Casting Director
Emily Jones

Production Manager
Timothy Peacock

Stage Manger
Bethany Roberts


Sarah Sigal has a BA in English Literature and Theatre Arts from Gettysburg College and an MA in Writing for Performance from Goldsmiths College where she has recently completed a PhD on the role of the writer in collaborative theatre-making. She is a writer, dramaturg and director working in physical theatre, radio, devised work, live art, site-specific theatre, new writing and cabaret. Her most recent writing credits include Alice’s Adventures in the New World, which was produced at the Old Red Lion in 2010 and went on a national tour in 2011, and The Odyssey, which was produced at the Albany Theatre in 2012. Additionally, she has made work for the Shunt Vaults, the Union Theatre, the Cheltenham Everyman, the Arcola, the Edinburgh Festival, the Bike Shed, the Rondo, the Etcetera, the Bunker, the Rosemary Branch, Theatre503 and Horse Trade Theatre in NY. Sarah is currently working on a book about the role of the writer in collaborative theatre for Palgrave Macmillan. She is the Writer-in-Residence for Fluff Productions and the Creative Director of the performance-events company Hush-Hush Hoopla. Originally, from Chicago, she currently resides in London.


Justin  Audibert is a freelance theatre director and Associate for Told By An Idiot, Associate Director for Red Ladder, and Artistic Associate for HighTide Festival Theatre. Recent directing credits include the Papatango New Writing Prize Winner UNSCORCHED by Luke Owen (Finborough Theatre), THE FU MANCHU COMPLEX (Oval House), A SEASON IN THE CONGO: PARALLEL PROJECT (Clare, Young Vic), WRONG’ UN by Boff Whalley (Red Ladder), GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES by Rajiv Joseph (Gate Theatre), THE TEMPEST (RSC Shakespeare in a Suitcase), FRONT by Vickie Donoghue (Rada Festival), FUTURE REGRETS by Roz Wyllie (live theatre / RSC), ARMLEY THE MUSICAL by Boff Whalley (Interplay) and COMPANY ALONG THE MILE by Tom Bidwell (WYP / Arcola). As an Assistant Director he has worked with Greg Doran, Lucy Bailey, David Farr, Rachel Kavanaugh, Paul Hunter and Sarah Esdaile amongst others. He has directed at numerous drama schools including Drama Centre, GSA and ArtsEd and has worked for the Royal Shakespeare Company as an Education Associate Practitioner in the UK, the United States and Brazil. In 2012 he was the Acting Coach for the finalists of BBC 2’s Shakespeare Off By Heart. He has been Resident Director at the National Theatre Studio, and was the recipient of the 2012 Leverhulme Award for Emerging Directors. Justin trained on the Birkbeck MFA in Theatre Directing.


Lily Arnold's Theatre and opera productions include, Gruesome Playground Injuries (Gate Theatre), The Boss Of It All (Assembly Edinburgh), Yellow Face (Park90 Theatre), Happy New (Trafalgar Studios), King Lear (RSC Touring)  I Cinna (the poet) (RSC Swan Theatre) A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Cambridge Arts Theatre) The Taming Of the Shrew  (RSC Swan Theatre) Ahasverus (RSC Hampstead Theatre Downstairs) The Bullet (RSC, Hampstead Theatre Downstairs) Opera Scenes (National Opera Studio) Red Handed (Robin Howard Dance Theatre).  Forthcoming productions include, A Season In The Congo (Young Vic, Clare Studio), The Scottsboro Boys (Young Vic, Clare Studio) The Fu Manchu Complex (Oval House Theatre)

Forthcoming productions include; Peddling (Hightide Festival), Minotaur (Polka Theatre)


Joshua Pharo works as a Lighting and Projection Designer across theatre, dance, opera, music, film & art installation. Recent credits: Thumeblina- Dancing Brick (LD), Cheese [a play]- fanSHEN (LD), Pelleas & Melisande- The Arcola (LD), Grounded- Gate Theatre (ALD), The Collision of Things- Move to Stand (LD), The Match Girls- Red Ladder (LD/PD), Fox Solo- Foxy & Husk (LD), Souvenir- Dead Centre (LD), Sour Lips- Paper Tiger (LD/PD), Faust- Dumbwise (LD), Trojan Women- Gate Theatre (ALD), Kreutzer Sonata –Gate Theatre / La Mama NYC (ALD) Revolutions in Costume- London College Fashion- (LD), Purge- Arcola (LD),

Joshua is an Associate Artist of Ovalhouse Theatre for 2014.


Mark Webber is a freelance Sound and Lighting Designer/Technician, Musical Director and a composer of Musical Theatre. He is also an Associate Sound Designer of Outfox Productions.

Previous sound design includes The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, Rope and Carbon Dating (Outfox Productions); No Rhyme  (Jack Studio Theatre , Brockley); On Beauty (Absent Theatre); Lighting designs include World Enough and Time (Fluff Productions, Dalston Bunker); 4:48 Psychosis (The London Theatre New Cross); The Drowsy Chaperone and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Stanwix Arts Theatre) along with a large amount of original works. Mark has also devised and designed for many shows during his MA in Performing Arts at Cumbria Institute of the Arts including Blood on the Stars and Stripes (Bad Wednesday Productions); Due Process and Saving Grace (

Other credits include Musical Director for Corpus Christi (The Space, Isle of Dogs), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Palace Theatre, Redditch); Hair, Little Women: The Broadway Musical and Bright Lights, Big City (University of Cumbria); The Last Five Years (Hallmark Hotel, Carlisle); Composer for the musicals If I Told You, 1 in 3 and Your Five Minute Call (Webcam Productions). Mark was recently Technician/Re-lighter for the nationwide debut tour of the one-woman play Floating (Lives of Others Theatre Company).


Rebecca Hill is a director and playwright, co-director of Unbound Productions and an Associate Director of 

Little Pieces Of Gold. She has Assistant Directed and worked as Dramaturg with Lazarus Theatre Company and was Assistant Director to David Mercatali on the UK Tour and London Return of Philip Ridley's Tender Napalm (venues including Leicester Curve, York Theatre Royal, Hull Truck and Southwark Playhouse). Directing credits include Travesti (Etcetera Theatre, and Lost Theatre, 5 minute festival finalist), Two Sisters (Southwark Playhouse), One Time Thing (Park Theatre) and Half-Way (Ovalhouse Theatre).


Emily Jones is a founding member, co-artisitc director and resident casting director of Fluff productions. Her Theatre casting credits include Unscorched (Papatango at the Finborough), The Keepers of Infinite Space (Park Theatre), As You Like It, Richard III (Changeling Theatre), World Enough and Time (Fluff Productions). Film credits include Limbo (JenX Films), Ibiza Undead (Temple Heart Films). She has assisted Ginny Schiller for the past year on over 20 productions, including 1984 for Headlong, Relative Values for the Theatre Royal Bath and Scenes from a Marriage at the St James, both directed by Trevor Nunn, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg and Ghosts at the Rose Theatre Kingston, and Pride & Prejudice at Regent's Park.


Tim Peacock is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama's Stage Management & Technical Theatre course where he specialised in Production Management. Tim has worked on productions ranging from Opera, to site-specific children’s theatre, to Musicals and with companies such as the National Theatre, the Royal Albert Hall and Punchdrunk. Tim also works as an AutoCAD draughtsman for various Theatres and Designers around the UK. Theatre includes: Under the Eiderdown (Punchdrunk Enrichment), Unscorched (Papatango), My Fair Lady & Anything Goes (Kilworth House Theatre), Story Balloonists – Dalston Land of Kids (Punchdrunk Enrichment), Too Hot to Handel (Armonico Consort), The Imperfect Pearl (Whitehouse Productions), Falstaff (Opera Berbiguieres). As a draughtsman: 3D Venue Drawings (Kilworth House Theatre), Performer Flying System (Robbie Williams – Take the Crown Tour 2013), Milton Court Concert Hall, Theatre & Studio (Venue Drawings - GSMD), The Village Bike (Sheffield Crucible), Gravity (Birmingham Rep - The MAC), Twelfth Night & Nicholas Nickleby Pt. 1 & 2 (Silk Street Theatre).