Mountview Alumni News April 2022

Actor Musicianship alum Reuben Greeph joined Sophie Wojna and Matthew Gent in the company of Cabaret.

Nathan Banks, Evangeline Dickson, Jacob Jackson, Jamie Piggott and Ash Weir joined fellow alumni Paul Croft, Harry Pudwell and Imelda Warren-Green in immersive theatrical adventure Doctor Who: Time Fracture. 

The Corn is Green opened at National Theatre this month, featuring Kristian Morse in the cast.

Prima Facie opened at Harold Pinter Theatre, with Dani Arlington as Jodie Comer’s understudy.

Meanwhile, Déja J. Bowens opened in Marys Seacole at Donmar Warehouse.

Marys Seacole – Photo by Marc Brenner

Let’s Read Some Tarot, written by and starring Anna Soden, won the British Comedy Guide Video Contest. Later in the month, Anna wrote and performed in folk musical Mad Far Our Daughters, which opened at The Turbine Theatre.

Starring Eddie Marsan, The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe aired on ITV.

Constellations was awarded Best Revival at the Olivier awards, directed by Michael Longhurst.

Produced by Rebecca Lyle, If. Destroyed. Still. True. opened at The Hope Theatre.

Rhashan Stone, Phoebe Fildes and Lauren Conroy were announced in the cast of Into The Woods at Theatre Royal Bath.

Arian Nik was announced in the cast for Kabul Goes Pop; Music Television Afghanistan at Brixton House Theatre.

Heading out on tour, Amy Revelle and Charlotte Gosling are set to join the cast of OFFSIDE.

In further casting news, David Mairs-McKenzie joined the company of Dreamgirls UK Tour. 

Pauline Schubert was announced in the cast of Little Shop of Horrors at German Summer Theatre Gandersheimer Domfestspiele.

Stepping Out – King’s Theatre

Directed by Dan Phillips, the UK Tour of Stepping Out will star fellow grads Leanne Jones and Charlotte Bloomsbury, it was announced this month.

Opening at Park Theatre, PICKLE is produced by Tanya Truman, directed by Kayla Martell Feldman, assistant directed by Sophia Fouladi-Rosen and with lighting design and stage management from Chloe Stally-Gibson. 

Divergent Talent Group, founded by writer, director, sound designer and performer Adam Welsh, officially launched with a list of 18 clients who identify as neurodivergent, with further artists to be announced.

Coming up in May

Bones opens at Theatre Peckham on 6 May – directed by Daniel Blake and featuring fellow grads Ainsley Fannen and Samuel Hoult.

Kathryn Crosby is set to star in the UK premiere of Eleemosynary from 4 May.

Written and performed by grad Stephen Hayward, A Final Act of Friendship opens at Penge Theatre on 24 May. The play returns fresh from it’s 5* run at the White Bear Theatre.