by Dawn King

Directed by Anna Dimdore

Tuesday 24th -
Saturday 28th March, 2015

The Tower Theatre performing
at Theatro Technis, Camden

Photography by Robert Piwko

William Bloor, a Foxfinder : Christopher Sherwood
Samuel Covey, a farmer : Matthew Vickers
Judith Covey, his wife : Vicky Harrison
Sarah Box, a neighbour : Sarah Topley

Production Team
Director : Anna Dimdore
Set Design : Rosie Shipman
Costume Design Anna Dimdore
Lighting Design : Andy Peregrine
Sound Design : Phillip Ley

Stage Manager : Richard Pedersen
ASMs: Stephen Brasher, Robynne Batley
Lighting Operator : Emily Carmichael
Sound Operator : Beth Rainey
Set Construction and Get-in : Keith Syrett, Jude Chalk, Michael Bettell, Max Batty & members of the cast and crew
Assistant Director : Tom Redican
Voice Coach : Julie Arrowsmith
Publicity Co-ordinators : Lee Cash, Tom Redican
Rehearsal Photography : David Sprecher

This is Christopher Sherwood's third Tower Theatre production, having played Daniel in The Last Of The Haussmans and Captain Hurst in Marching Song. Other roles include Luke in Little Revolution (The Almeida) Bacchus in Orpheus in The Underworld (Oxford Playhouse), Mr. Frank in WAG The Musical (Ye Olde Rose and Crown) and Jokanaan in Oscar Wilde's Salome (Barons Court Theatre).
Matthew Vickers's first show with the Tower was Popcorn in 2003 where he played Karl Brezner and very quickly got shot. Since then he's enjoyed playing a variety of roles including Charles in Separate Tables, Colin in Absent Friends, Beauregard in Darker Shores, J.D. Winkler in The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife and, last year, John Brennan in Coyote on a Fence.
This is Vicky Harrison's first production with the Tower Theatre, following Keeping in Touch With Temptation with KDC last year. Previously she has performed in Popcorn and The Dresser with STAC, and many a college production. Vicky studied dance and has performed in Nic Green's Trilogy, Marie Oldaker's Theo's Frozen Footstep and with PrefaceMorn, W'ire and Attitude dance companies and Colla Voce Choir.
Sarah Topley is new to the Tower Theatre, having spent 7 years in the Spread Eagle Players dramatic society before galavanting off to Singapore for 23 months of dedicated eating and travelling. Favourite roles in the past include Lady Macbeth, Nibs in The Two of Us, Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Catherine in The Memory of Water. She has also worked behind the scenes in many productions and directed Confusions.
Anna Dimdore is a first time director for the Tower Theatre having been Assistant Director on Telstar last year. For other groups she has directed Twelfth Night and Dinner and co-directed The Memory of Water. Anna also acts with Tower Theatre and has played Karen in Jake's Women, Jane in Speaking in Tongues and Loretta and Edith in Chalet Lines. Off stage she also makes occasional forays into costume and set design and publicity.