by Bryony Lavery

Directed by Jacqui Marchant-Adams

Tuesday 19th -
Saturday 23rd April, 2016

The Tower Theatre performing at Theatro Technis, Camden

Photography by David Sprecher
Nancy : Ruth Sullivan
Agnetha : Lisa Rost-Welling
Ralph : Michael Bettell
Production Team
Director : Jacqui Marchant-Adams
Set Design : Michael Bettell
Costume Design : Deb Lonnon
Lighting Design : Robert Irvine
Sound Design : Ruth Sullivan

Stage Manager : Alison Liney
Assistant Director : Marta Dunphy-Moriel
Lighting Operator : Dano Pianesi or Marta Dunphy-Moriel
Sound Operator : Hindatu Yvonne Comma
Set Construction and Get-in : Michael Bettell, John McSpadyen

Ruth Sullivan's work with the Tower includes : as an actor - Seasons Greetings, Speaking in Tongues, Brighton Beach Scumbags, The Real Thing and David Copperfield; as a director - Macbeth, The Maids, The Mystery of Edwin Drood!, The Last Five Years and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead; and as a choreographer - Putting It Together and The Fabulous Eddie and Otis Soul Revue. She also choreographed Hair and Assassins for SEDOS and Jesus Christ Superstar for Centre Stage. As a Foley Artist, film & TV work includes Eyes Wide Shut, Troy, Le Weekend, Mamma Mia!, Downton Abbey and Dickensian. She also performs live theatre Foley, seen most recently in The Magic Flute at the ENO and the Royal Danish Theatre's Cabaret as well as several projects for Katie Mitchell.
Lisa Rost-Welling is a genuine Yank abroad and pleased to be performing in her first Tower production having previously produced Baba Shakespeare (Arcola Tent & RSC's Courtyard Theatre). Her London highlights include : Pauline in Serial Killers (Bridewell), Lucy in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Network Theatre), Audrey in jazz opera As You Like It (Union Chapel), Wander Woman in SWOOSH! (Banshee Productions), feature film & video game voice-overs with Shepperton Studios, and performances in the Crouch End Festival. She holds a BA (Hons) in Theatre & Vocal Performance from Meredith College (USA) with further training at Guildhall School of Music & Drama. She can be next seen as Mae in SEDOS's Reefer Madness.
Michael Bettell joined the Tower Theatre 5 years ago and Frozen will mark his involvement in his 92nd Tower production. Previous credits include : as an actor - Frank Spraight in Farewell to the Theatre, The Man/Peter/The Doctor in The Pride, Marmion/Son/Technician in Comic Potential and The Reverend Crisparkle in The Mystery of Edwin Drood!; as a Set Designer - Accolade, Othello, Someone Who'll Watch over Me, King Lear, Travesties, Major Barbara, The Kitchen Sink, After the Dance, Coyote on a Fence, Two, Dancing at Lughnasa, Dying for it, The Doctor's Dilemma, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Loot, Calendar Girls, David Copperfield, The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife, Darker Shores and Terrorism; as an Assistant Director - Damages, and as a Director - Farragut North and Dumb Show.
Jacqui Marchant-Adams has directed Major Barbara and assistant directed Don Juan in Soho for the Tower, as well as directing Measure for Measure and part of a portmanteau production of Dickens' Ghost Story adaptations for KDC Theatre, and Man of Destiny, Gross Indecency : The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde and Autobahn for SEDOS. Jacqui is married to fellow Tower actor and director Andy Marchant, and is currently spending her days at home with their new baby daughter, Emily.