ORDINARY DAYS - MEET THE CAST


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Katie Brennan (Deb)

Training: Guildford School of Acting.

Theatre credits include:

Tinkerbell/Mrs Darling in Peter Pan (Chelmsford Civic Theatre), Tina in Orton (Above the Stag) Dr Harcourt Gregory in Anatomy Of A Murder (Pleasance Theatre/For Short Theatre); Seasonal Sauce (Watermill Theatre); Fairy Story in Jack and the Beanstalk (Loughborough Town Hall/The Maltings Berwick Upon Tweed); The Lost Christmas (Waterloo East Theatre); Froth in A New Way to Pay Old Debts (Rose Theatre, Bankside); Columbina in The Glorious Ones and Mabel Gumm in Before the Night is Through (Landor Theatre);  Anita in West Side Story – The Bernstein Festival and Featured Vocalist in Bernstein's Mass (Southbank Centre).

Workshops and Cabarets include: 

Crafternoon Cabaret (Southbank Centre), The Songs of Drew Gasparini (London Theatre Workshop), Gap Year The Musical (Leicester Square Theatre); Postcards, Problems and Penguins and Duets (Jermyn Street) Song of the Single Girl (Union Theatre/The Alleycat).


Christopher keating (Warren)

Training: London College of Music

Past credits include:

The Wizard of Oz (Birmingham Rep), Riding the No. 8 (Birmingham Rep), Wallop Miss Cox's (Birmingham Hippodrome) Their Scarves Were Red (The Door), Is There Life After High School? (Gordon Calling Studio), The Secret Garden, (Old Rep Theatre) The Wiz (New Alexandra Theatre), Evita (UK Tour) Salad Days (Watermans Theatre), Bel-Ami (Charring Cross Theatre), Ordinary Days (Lawrence Hall Theatre) and Grim: A New Musical (Kingston Rose Theatre).

 


Alexander Parker (Jason)

Alexander is the Artistic Director of Atomicus Entertainment.

Previous credits include:

Sweeney in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (A.E. Harris Theatre), Jamie in The Last 5 Years (Edinburgh Festival), Paul Bunyan in Paul Bunyan (Barber Institute of Fine Arts), Peter Grimes, Dido and Aeneas.

As a theatrical director and producer he has worked on a number of productions including Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Cabaret, The Lobotomy of Marco Leroux and Riptide: The Slasher Musical. 

Alexander has also worked closely with BAFTA award-winning director Hamish Hamilton on a number of film projects, most notably on the internationally acclaimed documentary film David Bowie is Happening Now. He has written and directed a number of short films including The Difficult Second Album, Family Business Inc. The Musical (which was long-listed for the Reed 2014 Short Film Award) and continues to produce films on a regular basis for clients including V Festival, Director Magazine, The Institute of Directors and Tall Stories Theatre Company.


Katriona Perrett (Claire)

Training: Central School of Speech & Drama

Past credits include: 

Newsrevue (Canal Cafe Theatre) Riptide: the Slasher Musical (Edinburgh Festival Fringe) Jack & the Beanstalk (Belgrade Theatre), Widowers Houses (New Vic Theatre), Festival of Remembrance (Royal British Legion/BBC) A Few Words with George (Leslie Bricusse & George Gershwin), Sondheim at 80  (Prom 19. BBC) A Little Neck (Goat and Monkey), High School Musical (Wimbledon Theatre) The Ragged Child (Rose Theatre) The Wizard of Oz (Richmond Theatre) Showcase (Buckingham Palace) The Dreaming (NYMT) The Bill and Family Affairs (Talkback Thames) How to have a Perfect Marriage (BBC Radio 4)