Theatre includes: The Government Inspector (Almeida); Tartuffe (Almeida); Travesties (Menier Chocolate Factory/ West End/ Broadway – nominated for Olivier Award and Tony Award for Best Actor); King Lear (Almeida); A Flea in Her Ear (The Old Vic); Landscape with Weapon; School for Scandal (National Theatre); The Judas Kiss (Almeida); The Threepenny Opera; The Hotel in Amsterdam (Donmar Warehouse); Mojo; (Royal Court); As You Like It (Cheek by Jowl tour).
Film includes: The King’s Man; Bird Box; Bohemian Rhapsody; A Private War; Breathe; The Promise; Jungle Book: Origins; Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation; Tulip Fever; The Invisible Woman; Byzantium; About Time; Hanna; The Soloist; In The Loop; Valkyrie; Elizabeth: The Golden Age; Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End; Enigma; A Good Year; Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest; Land of the Blind; Pride & Prejudice; The Libertine; Stage Beauty; Possession; The Lawless Heart; Gosford Park, Bedrooms and Hallways; Martha Meets Franks Daniel and Lawrence; Some Mother’s Son.
Television includes: The White Lotus; The Ipcress File; Us; Baptiste; Taboo; A Poet in New York (best actor RTS); Doctor Thorne; The Night Manager (Bafta for best supporting actor); Rev; Gracie; Ambassadors; The Company; The Lost Prince; Wives and Daughters; Absolutely Fabulous; Harry; American Dad!; Family Guy; Harley Quinn; Any Human Heart; The Thick Of It; Cambridge Spies (best actor European TV awards); John Adams.
Theatre includes: Ghosts (Almeida); Tom and Viv (Almeida); The Stepmother (Chichester Festival Theatre); Quartermaine’s Terms; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Elton John’s Glasses (West End); Hysteria; Don Juan; Man and Superman (Theatre Royal Bath); Huis Clos; Kiss of the Spider Woman (Donmar Warehouse); Macbeth; The Changeling (Cheek by Jowl); The Arsonists (Royal Court); The Rubinstein Kiss (Hampstead Theatre); Five Gold Rings (Almeida); Pericles; The Prince of Homburg (Lyric Hammersmith); The Duchess of Malfi; The Coast of Utopia; Mary Stuart; Hove (National Theatre); The Tempest; Two Noble Kinsmen; Dido, Queen of Carthage; The Winter’s Tale (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Seagull; The Tempest; Present Laughter (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Film includes: Operation Mincemeat; The Man Who Killed Don Quixote; Frankenstein; Love and Other Disasters; The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz.
Television includes: Ridley Road; The Pursuit of Love; Temple; His Dark Materials; Dime Quién Soy; Deep State; Genius: Picasso; Watergate; The Crown; Wolf Hall; The Musketeers; The Scandalous Lady W; The Refugees; Sherlock; Silk; Titanic; Garrow’s Law; Hitler on Trial; Foyle’s War; The Colour of Magic; New Tricks; Casualty 1907; The Impressionists; Elizabeth I; Midsomer Murders.
Luke trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Theatre includes: Nine Lessons and Carols: stories for a long winter (Almeida); Albion (2017) (Almeida); Camp Siegfried; Present Laughter (The Old Vic); After Life (National Theatre); Leopoldstadt; Pinter at the Pinter (West End); Cock (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Inheritance (Young Vic); Misalliance (Orange Tree Theatre).
Film includes: The Favourite.
Radio includes: The Magic Mountain; The USA Trilogy.
Luke won the Clarence Derwent Award for his performance in Tom Stoppard’s Leopoldstadt on the West End and was nominated for the Evening Standard Emerging Talent Award for the Almeida’s production of Albion in 2017.
Assistant / Daniel Kahneman / Captain
Assistant / Daniel Kahneman / Captain
Theatre includes: The Glee Club (Oldham Coliseum/ tour); The Girl on the Train (West End/ UK tour); Flashdance (UK tour); One For My Baby (Tristan Bates Theatre); Ordinary Days: A New Musical (Top Note Arts).
Television includes: Miss Scarlet and the Duke; Coronation Street.
Theatre includes: Bauer (SF Playhouse); Picasso at the Lapin Agile; The Philanthropist (Long Wharf Theatre); The Fifth Column; The Lonely Way (The Mint); Rough For Theater I (Drama League); Race (Classic Stage Company); No Exit; The Free Zone (UBURep); Funky Crazy Boogaloo Boy (Naked Angels); Modigliani (Jewish Repertory Theatre); Coastal Disturbances (Second Stage/ Circle in the Square); Oedipus (Performing Garage); Liliom (Off Broadway); Escurial (Actors Studio); Master and Margarita (Summer Stage Bard); Elephant Man (Théâtre de la Potinière).
He has also performed in numerous productions at the National Theatre (Brussels) and La Compagnie du Rideau de Bruxelles.
Film includes: The Duel; Isle of Love; Entre Deux Trains; Sister of the Groom; On the Basis of Sex; Black Magic for White Boys; Wanderland; Mr & Mrs Adelman; Welcome to New York; Nina; Pawn; Imogene; 30 Beats; 13; Tickling Leo; 27 Dresses; Avalon; Green Card; The Hunt for Red October; August Rush.
Television includes: Documentary Now; Godfather of Harlem; Hunters; Black Earth Rising; Baskets; Mozart in the Jungle; Blacklist; Madam Secretary; Bull; Preacher; Elementary; The Good Wife; Rendez-Vous; Mad Men; Mildred Pierce; Homeland; Lipstick Jungle; Lost; The West Wing; Sex and the City; Star Trek: Voyager; Murder, She Wrote.
Piotr/VoloshinTheatre includes: The Addams Family (UK tour); Once (New Wolsey Theatre/ Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch); Cinderella; Oxy & the Morons; The Sword in the Stone (New Wolsey Theatre); The Grinning Man (Bristol Old Vic/ West End); Jesus Christ Superstar (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Jersey Boys (UK tour); Jackie the Musical (Gardyne Theatre); We Will Rock You (European arena tour); The Rocky Horror Show (European tour); Jesus Christ Superstar (Minack Theatre) Little Shop of Horrors (Birmingham Rep); Billy Elliot the Musical; The Drowsy Chaperone; Les Misérables; Cats; Me and My Girl (West End); Mamma Mia! (International tour); Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others (Lyric Hammersmith); Hot Pants (Oldham Coliseum); Scrooge (West End/ European tour); A Chorus Line (Derby Playhouse); Hot Shoe Shuffle; On The Town (National tour); Sherlock Holmes (Bristol Old Vic/ tour); A Month in the Country; Toad of Toad Hall (Liverpool Playhouse). Film includes: London Road. Television includes: “Poirot” Third Girl; Wire in the Blood; Merseybeat; The Bill.
Korzhakov / FSB Boss / Avi / Boris Yeltsin
Korzhakov / FSB Boss / Avi / Boris YeltsinTheatre includes: Under the Whaleback (Hull Truck); April in Paris (Exeter Northcott Theatre); The Madness of George III; Johnny on a Spot; A Little Night Music (National Theatre); Burning Youth (Donmar Warehouse); The King General (Plymouth Theatre Royal). Film includes: Asteroid City; Dungeons and Dragons; Peterloo; Clash of the Titans; A Cock and Bull Story; The Darkest Light; Legionnaire; Kull the Conqueror; Shooting Fish; Bent; First Night. Television includes: The Witcher; To Walk Invisible; Barbarians Rising; Silk; Coronation Street; First Light; Silent Witness; Red Riding Trilogy; Merlin; Harley Street; Spartacus; Blue Murder; Hound of the Baskervilles; Night and Day; Armadillo; Trial & Retribution; Sins; Touching Evil; Wonderful You; Where the Heart Is; The Governor; Thieftakers; Law and Disorder; Firm Friends; The Detectives; Hot Dog Wars; All or Nothing at All; Young Indiana Jones Chronicles; Jeeves and Wooster. Radio includes: The Nativity.
Anna Berezovsky / Newscaster / Secretary
Anna Berezovsky / Newscaster / Secretary
Theatre includes: Peter Pan (National Theatre); Medea; King Lear (Bristol Old Vic); The Madness of George III; The Merchant of Venice (Nottingham Playhouse); Who Cares (Lung Theatre); Romeo & Juliet (Insane Root Theatre).
Television includes: D.I. Ray; Sister Boniface Mysteries; Atlanta; Martin’s Close.
Further casting to be announced
Theatre includes: The Audience (West End); Frost/Nixon (Donmar Warehouse/ West End/ Broadway).
Film includes: The Last King of Scotland; The Damned United; Rush.
Television includes: The Crown; The Deal; The Special Relationship; Longford; The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies.
The award-winning and Tony-nominated play Frost/Nixon received critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic before being adapted into a film of the same name. The film garnered five Oscar Award nominations, including Best Screenplay.
Peter is the recipient of BAFTA, Emmy and Golden Globe awards and has received multiple Olivier, Tony and Oscar nominations.
In 2017, Morgan was awarded the BFI Fellowship, the institute’s highest honour and the RTS recognised The Crown with a special award in 2018 for its Contribution to British Television. In November 2019, the American Film Institute honoured him with a tribute to his career at the AFI FEST 2019.
Peter received a CBE in 2016 New Year’s Honours for services to drama.
Artistic Director of the Almeida Theatre, founding Artistic Director of Headlong (2005 to 2013), Associate Director at the RSC and Artistic Director of Northampton Theatres (2002 to 2005).
Theatre includes: Spring Awakening; Albion; The Hunt; Shipwreck; Richard III; Medea; The Merchant of Venice; The Last Days of Judas Iscariot; American Psycho; Ink; King Charles III (Almeida); The 47th (The Old Vic); The Effect; Earthquakes in London (Headlong/ National Theatre); Time and the Conways (National Theatre); The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Kensington Gardens); The Merchant of Venice; Romeo and Juliet; Speaking Like Magpies (RSC); ENRON (Headlong/ West End/ Broadway); Made in Dagenham; Oliver!; The Glass Menagerie; No Man’s Land (West End); King Lear (Headlong/ Liverpool Everyman/ Young Vic); Six Characters in Search of an Author (Headlong/ West End); Macbeth (Chichester Festival Theatre/ West End/ Broadway).
Film includes: Judy; True Story.
Television includes: Macbeth; King Charles III; Richard II.
Opera includes: Turandot (English National Opera); Le Comte Ory (Garsington Opera).
Rupert has received Olivier, Critics’ Circle and Evening Standard awards for Best Director twice and won a Peabody Award in 2011 for Macbeth. Rupert received a CBE in 2017 New Year’s Honours for services to drama.
Set Designer & Co-Costume Designer
Set Designer & Co-Costume Designer
Theatre and Dance as Designer includes: Spring Awakening; Hymn; Albion; Shipwreck; Machinal; Boy; Game; When the Rain Stops Falling; Judgement Day (Almeida); The 47th (The Old Vic); King Lear; To Kill a Mockingbird; Three Tall Women; A Doll’s House 2; The Children (Broadway); The Jungle (Young Vic/ West End/ St Ann’s Warehouse); The Trial; Public Enemy; Wild Swans; The Government Inspector; In the Red and Brown Water; The Good Soul of Szechuan; Generations, Measure for Measure (Young Vic); Glass. Kill. Blubeard. Imp.; Sucker Punch; Cock; In the Republic of Happiness; Get Santa! (Royal Court); The Children; Escaped Alone; Love and Information (Royal Court/ Minetta Lane Theatre); Wild, Sunny Afternoon; Bend it Like Beckham (West End); Chariots of Fire (Hampstead Theatre/ West End); The Father (Theatre Royal Bath); The Effect; Earthquakes in London (National Theatre).
Opera as Designer includes: La Fanciulla Del West (ENO/ Santa Fe Opera); Turandot; Wozzeck (ENO); Suor Angelica, Il Trittico – Suor Angelica (Royal Opera House, as Set Designer); Anna Nicole (Royal Opera House/ BAM); Boris Godunov (Berlin Opera).
Miriam won The Linbury Prize for Stage Design in 1999 and received the Evening Standard Best Design Award in 2010 for Earthquakes in London and Sucker Punch, and in 2018 for The Jungle.
Deborah studied Fashion Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and then worked in fashion before being lured into the theatre. She has worked as a Costume Designer, Associate Designer and Supervisor in both Opera and Theatre.
Theatre includes: Spring Awakening; Filomena; Medea; Ink; The Twilight Zone (Almeida); To Kill A Mockingbird; Prima Facie; Company; The Birthday Party; As You Desire Me (West End); Angels in America; Oslo; Peter Gynt; The Welkin; Afterlife (National Theatre) Good People; Wonderland; Hapgood; Jude (Hampstead Theatre); Sunny Afternoon (Hampstead Theatre/ West End/ tour); King Lear; The Winslow Boy (Chichester Festival Theatre); Shakespeare Trilogy; Closer; Philadelphia Here I Come (Donmar Warehouse).
Opera includes: Otello (Grange Park Opera); Maria Luisa; Vanessa; The Rape of Lucretia; La Bohème; St Matthew Passion (Glyndebourne); Agrippina; Orfeo; Salome; Alcina; Child of our Time; Trojans; Ernani; The Mikado; Don Giovanni (ENO/ Basel/ Oslo); Cosi Fan Tutte (ENO/ Barbican).
Jack trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama.
Theatre includes: Spring Awakening; Nine Lessons and Carols: stories for a long winter; The Duchess of Malfi; Three Sisters; Shipwreck; Machinal; They Drink it in The Congo; Boy; Carmen Disruption; Game (Almeida); Caroline, or Change (West End/Broadway); Top Girls; Barber Shop Chronicles (National Theatre/ World tour); Beginning (National Theatre/ West End); Cleansed (National Theatre); Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp; The End of History; Instructions for Correct Assembly; 2071 (Royal Court); Venice Preserved (RSC); The Windsors: Endgame; The Importance of Being Earnest (West End); The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Elliott & Harper); Anna Karenina; Steel (Sheffield Theatres); Light Falls; The Producers; The Greatest Play in the History of the World (Royal Exchange Theatre, Machester/ Traverse Theatre/ West End/ UK tour); Death of a Salesman; Happy Days; Parliament Square; Our Town; Twelfth Night; A Streetcar Named Desire; Wit; The Skriker; There Has Possibly Been An Incident (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); Committee (Donmar Warehouse); Piaf; Wonderland (Nottingham Playhouse); Gin Craze! (Royal and Derngate, Northampton); Good Vibrations (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); Circle Mirror Transformation (HOME, Manchester); The Beacon (Staatstheater Stuttgart); 4.48 Psychosis; Reisende auf einem Bein; Happy Days (Schauspielhaus, Hamburg); Junkyard; Pygmalion (Headlong); The Forbidden Zone (Salzburg Festival/ Schaubühne, Berlin/ Barbican); Phaedra (Enniskillen International Beckett Festival); A Sorrow Beyond Dreams (Vienna Burgtheater); Lungs; Yellow Wallpaper (Schaubühne, Berlin); Night Train (Schauspiel, Köln/ Avignon Festival/ Theatertreffen).
Opera includes: La bohéme (Gothenburg Opera).
Awards include Knight of Illumination Award for Barber Shop Chronicles.
Sound Designer & Composer
Sound Designer & Composer
Adam is composer and co‐lyricist of the documentary musical London Road which had an extended run at the National Theatre Cottesloe before transferring to the Olivier auditorium. He received a Tony Award in 2010 for his music and sound score for Red (Donmar Warehouse/ Broadway) and an Olivier Award in 2011 for King Lear (Donmar Warehouse). Adam received the 2011 Evening Standard Award ‘Best Design’ for Anna Christie and King Lear (Donmar Warehouse) and the 2011 Critics’ Circle ‘Best Musical’ for London Road. He was also nominated in 2010 for the Tony Award ‘Best Score (Music & Lyrics)’ for ENRON (Broadway/ West End).
Theatre includes: The Hunt; Ink (Almeida, West End/Broadway); The 47th (The Old Vic); The Shark is Broken; Leopoldstadt; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; No Man’s Land; Photograph 51; Don Carlos; Suddenly Last Summer (West End); Travesties (Menier Chocolate Factory/ West End/ Broadway); Les Blancs; Three Days in the Country (National Theatre); Frost/Nixon (Donmar Warehouse/ West End/ Broadway); Ivanov (Donmar Warehouse/ West End); The Chalk Garden; Creditors; The Wild Duck; Caligula (Donmar Warehouse).
Film includes: Genius; London Road.
Television includes: The Hollow Crown; Macbeth; Frances Tuesday; Re-ignited; Imprints.
Polly Bennett is a movement director, choreographer and director working across the broadest applications of movement. From professional theatre to Academy Award-winning films, Polly creates physical worlds for theatre, dance, live performance and film, as well as doing extensive work as a performance coach, workshop facilitator and mentor. She is an Associate Artist of Bush Theatre and National Youth Theatre, and co-founder of The Mono Box.
Theatre includes: The House of Shades (Almeida); People Places and Things (National Theatre/ West End/ St Ann’s Warehouse); The Lehman Trilogy (National Theatre/ West End/ Broadway); SWEAT (Donmar Warehouse/ West End); Pomona (National Theatre).
Film includes: I Wanna Dance with Somebody; Chevalier; Elvis; Bohemian Rhapsody; No Time to Die.
Television includes: The Crown; The Great.
Robert Sterne CDG
Robert Sterne CDG
Theatre includes: Straight Line Crazy; The Southbury Child; The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage; Bach & Sons; Talking Heads; A Number; Two Ladies; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bridge Theatre); Peggy For You (Hampstead Theatre); Don Juan in Soho; The Audience (West End).
Television includes: The Crown; Chernobyl; Game of Thrones; The Responder; The Serpent; Les Misérables; Wolf Hall; London Spy; Friday Night Dinner.