Alumni News July 2021

Congratulations to Ben Joyce, who is soon to graduate from Mountview to become Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys.

A huge well done to Libbie Read, who will soon finish her training in Sound at Mountview to become Sound No. 4 on the Phantom of the Opera.

Keisha Amponsa Banson, Jack Wolfe and Suzanne Nixon have all been announced in the cast of The Magician’s Elephant opening this October.

Scott Paige will soon be joining the UK tour of The Addams Family starting at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking in August.

Lydia Harrison has been producing Sightlines, a performance and wellbeing festival taking place online this month.

Francesca McEwan is currently Assistant Stage Manager on Love Letters at Queens Theatre Hornchurch.

Ryan Eales has landed a job as Electrics Technician at Wyndham’s Theatre.

Charlie Heptinstall will be performing his show head/lining at The Pleasance Theatre this month with fellow alum Jordan El Balawi.

Catherine Bensley wrote and performed Chronic at Southwark Playhouse earlier this month.

Kayla Feldman is directing Swimming at the White Bear Theatre in August, featuring alum Rose Dickson. Kayla also has a debut poetry collection, Tikva, published next month.

Giles Terera‘s book Hamilton and Me was published earlier this month. The book gives an insight into the actor’s process preparing for, rehearsing and performing as the inaugural Aaron Burr in the West End’s Hamilton.

Read last month’s Alumni News round-up here.

While we would love to mention every single alum’s latest work, the news doesn’t always reach us. If you are a Mountview graduate remember to let us know what you’re up to by emailing or tweeting @mountviewldn.