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A 3rd year English student at Somerville College. She has acted in 14 Oxford productions, including The Get Out (O'Reilly MT'12), Closer (OR, TT'12), Machinal (Oxford/London/Edinburgh, Summer '12), Dangerous Liaisons (Playhouse TT'12), Mephisto (OP HT'12), Mammals (BT MT'11), Dorian Gray (OP MT'11) and Pygmalion (Magdalen TT'11). She has also been in a number of student films, co-directed A View From the Bridge (Playhouse MT'12), and is involved in rehearsed readings.
Ed is a second year undergraduate studying German at St Hilda's College. At Oxford he has performed in productions of Macbeth (Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, MT'11), Rubber Dinghy (Burton Taylor Studio, HT'12) and Taming of the Shrew (Keble O'Reilly, TT'12). After Rubber Dinghy won the Oxford New Writing Festival in the Spring, Ed performed it for a week up at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for a week in Summer.
Nick is a second year DPhil studying biology at Balliol. At Oxford, he acted for two years with the Oxford Revue (MT ‘10 – MT ‘12), co-starred with Max Fletcher in their jointly-written Failure and How To Achieve It (Burton Taylor Studio, MT ‘11) and portrayed Orwell in Year of the Rat (Corpus Christi, HT ‘11). Before leaving Canada, he appeared as Father in Eurydice (2008), Macduff in Macbeth (2008), and Henry in Henry V (2006), among other roles, all at McMaster University.
Daisy is in her first year at Worcester College studying Biology. In November she co-wrote and performed in a college production of Pyramus and Thisbe (Burton Taylor Studio MT ’12) and this is her second production at Oxford. She was a member of the Yvonne Arnaud youth theatre for four years during which time she played a number of different roles including ‘Jane’ in a musical rendition of ‘Five Children and It’ which ran for two weeks at the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe festival.
Harley is a first year English student at Brasenose College. So far in Oxford, Harley has appeared in 'The Get-Out' (Keble O'Reilly, MT'12), a Cuppers rendition of The Actor's nightmare (BT, MT'12) as well as the annual Brasenose Panto, and performances before Oxford include versions of Accidental Death of an Anarchist, DNA and street theatre at Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2009. So far in terms of accents he's had to be Northern Irish and Northern; next stop, the American South.
Hannah is in her 3rd year studying Classics at Balliol. Previous roles include Electra in the ‘Oresteia’ (TT ’11, O’Reilly), Polyneices in ‘Children of Oedipus’ (MT ’11, O’Reilly) and Clarita von Trott in ‘Killing Hitler’ (TT ’12, O’Reilly), and Claire in ‘The Maids’ (MT ’12, Pilch).
Henry is a 2nd year undergraduate studying English at New College. At Oxford he has acted in the his College Cuppers and taken roles in 'The Blind Spot' (Moser, HT'12), 'Dangerous Liaisons' (Playhouse, TT'12), 'Love's Labour's Lost' (Christ Church Gardens, TT'12) and 'Freedom of the City' (Oxford Union, MT'12). He has been involved in physical theatre, working with Frantic Assembly and directing a production of Bryony Lavery's 'Stockholm'. He has written two plays.
Edward is a 2nd year Brookes Student studying English. Since coming to Oxford he has been in Chekhov Shorts (LMH), Much Ado (Brookes), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Platneur Room, Brasenose), Laughing Boy (Oxford House, Bethnal Green), A View From The Bridge (Playhouse), The Real Inspector Hound (Burton Taylor), The Get Out (O Reilly) and Angels in America (Playhouse).
Audrey is a visiting student from New York University, studying History of Art and Psychology at New College. Prior to University, she acted in a number of plays including Ariel in ‘The Tempest,’ Chip in ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ Violet Beauregarde in ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,’ and Wendy Jo in ‘Footloose,’ as well as a number of student-written productions, including ‘The Waiting Room’ and ‘Guys and Malls.’
Claire is a fresher at Hertford studying English. This is her first play at Oxford, and she will also be performing in "The Aleph". Claire has recently become a member of the National Youth Theatre, and before she arrived in Oxford acted in numerous plays both at school and at the Bristol Old Vic.