About the Players
Fall 2016 Tour: Actor Biographies
HANNAH BARRIE (Clarence / Brackenbury / Catesby / Queen Margaret / Edward IV / Duke of York) trained at London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Theatre credits include The Winter’s Tale (Northern Broadsides); Macbeth, The Secret Garden and The Comedy of Errors (Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre); The Bullet (Royal Shakespeare Company, Hampstead); 66 Books (The Bush); Nothing Like the Sun (Opera North); A Five-Star Werewolf (York Theatre Royal); The Histories: Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V, Henry VI parts 1, 2 and 3 and Richard III (Royal Shakespeare Company); Romeo and Juliet (Nuffield Theatre Southampton) and Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe). Film credits include Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood (Universal Pictures). Television credits include Waterloo Road, Casualty, Frankie, Mayday, Doctors, 55 Degrees North, Waking The Dead, and Holby City (all for the BBC).
LIZ CROWTHER (Richard, Duke of Gloucester / Messenger / 1st Murderer) trained at Arts Educational, London and Ecole Jacques Lecoq, Paris. Theatre credits include: The Roaring Girl, Cardenio, The Witch of Edmonton, Marat/Sade, Song of Songs, and The White Devil (Royal Shakespeare Company); Kite (Soho Theatre, as part of the London International Mime Festival); The Middlemarch Trilogy (Orange Tree); Onassis (Novello); Romeo and Juliet (The Globe and Actors From The London Stage); Blithe Spirit (Nottingham Playhouse); The Country Wife (Haymarket); Cyrano de Bergerac (Royal Exchange); Richard 111 and The Notebook of Trigorin (Northcott); Ducktastic, directed by Kenneth Branagh (Albery); Twelfth Night and The Merry Wives of Windsor (Regents Park Open Air Theatre); Abigail’s Party (Hampstead Theatre tour); The Real Thing (UK tour); Present Laughter and Arsenic and Old Lace (Mercury, Colchester); Communicating Doors (Stephen Joseph, Scarborough and Chicago Theatre Festival); Bodies, All in the Wrong, King Lear, and The Dark River (Orange Tree); and Animal Farm (National Theatre). Television credits include The Dumping Ground (CBBC); Outnumbered, Miss Marple, Holby City, and Mansfield Park (BBC); Watching, London’s Burning, Family Affairs, and Lewis. Film credits include The Unicorn (Daybreak Pictures ), Funseekers (Comic Strip), and The Thirty Nine Steps (Rank). Radio credits include The Fosdyke Saga. Liz is an Education Associate Practitioner at the Royal Shakespeare Company and teaches drama in London.
ALICE HAIG (Lady Anne / Rivers / 2nd Murderer / Prince Edward / Lord Mayor / Page / Richmond) trained at London's Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre credits include The Brink (Orange Tree Theatre); 84 Charing Cross Road (Salisbury Playhouse); 'Tis Pity She's A Whore (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare's Globe); Baby (Hope Theatre); Sense and Sensibility (The Watermill); Wasted (The Roundhouse & Tour, Paines Plough); I Didn't Always Live Here (Finborough); The Fairy Queen (BAM & Glyndebourne); Hay Fever and As You Like it (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Curse of the Starving Class (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh); The Children's Hour (Manchester Royal Exchange); Holding Fire! (Globe); What Cheryl Did Next and Even Stillness… (Theatre 503); When Cheryl Was Brassic (Nabakov, Latitude); Casting Call (Southwark Playhouse); and Hard Shoulders (The Pleasance, London). Television credits Include Scottish Killers (BBC) and Beautality. Radio credits include Blood and Milk (BBC Radio 4).
EVELYN MILLER (Pall Bearer / Buckingham / Dorset / Derby) trained at London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Theatre credits include Richard II (Royal Shakespeare Company); Henry IV Parts I and II (Royal Shakespeare Company); Henry V (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Famous Victories of Henry V (Royal Shakespeare Company); Romeo and Juliet (Orange Tree Theatre); Peer Gynt (The Barbican with the BBC Symphony Orchestra); The Little Prince (Royal Opera House); and Swallows and Amazons (Bristol Old Vic). Television includes Holby City (BBC).
PAUL O’MAHONY (Hastings / Pall Bearer / Queen Elizabeth / Sherriff / Tyrell / Blunt) is artistic director of Out of Chaos with whom he has devised, written, and performed Out of Chaos, UNMYTHABLE, and Norsesome. Out of Chaos have toured throughout the world winning awards in Bilbao, Berlin, and Edinburgh. Theatre credits include several seasons at The Orange Tree; Othello (RSC); The Taming of the Shrew (Plymouth Theatre Royal); Suppliants (BAC); Ice (ETO); Next Door (Out of Balanz); and Under the Hammerbeam Roof (ETO). With Richard Twyman, he translated and adapted three Greek tragedies to create The House of Atreus (Barbican). He is associate producer at Jermyn Street Theatre where his credits include All That Fall, St John's Night, and Mother Adam. In 2015, Paul directed Much Ado About Nothing as Eminent Artist-in-Residence at the University of Wyoming. This is his third AFTLS tour after A Midsummer Night's Dream in 2010 and Much Ado About Nothing in 2014.