Oxage:Across portals Cast 2013
Fortune "Yes Doll" Stephen is a theatre all-rounder – actor, writer, director and singer. His career on stage performing as a singer and musician for HM The Queen during her Silver Jubilee in 1977. He then went on to write, direct and act in several musical theatre productions, as well as co-produce several albums. Stephen’s ambition is to be continually involved in theatre in all disciplines.
Alex "There in the heart of Oxage a resting place so golden" Livvi Frazer-Smith is currently studying level 3 extended Diploma in performing Arts at Oxford Cherwell Valley college along side English A-level. She has been involved and been cast in lead roles for various productions and theatre groups including National Theatre Connections, RicNic, Almost Random theatre as well as being assistant director of Fairy Dust Arts theatre group.
Jess "I tried before but nothing and it almost got me killed" Laura has been involved with the arts for number of years as a actor, director, writer, producer and drama facilitator. Laura is not afraid of being different in performance and has performed locally as well as outside Oxford. She has a degree in Performing Arts and set up her own self funded arts organisation, where any profits goes back into future productions.
Shell "Oi you, yes you let her go" Dan, is a versatile professional actor, writer, director, musician, artist, graphic designer, traceur, gymnast, martial artist and physical performer from Oxford. Dan has been involved in over 20 productions since 2009, with Film and TV appearance. As a skilled martial artist he has had training in Motobu-Ryu Kenpo Karate, Kickboxing, Weapons and stage combat. He has training in gymnastic tumbling, stunts and Parkour. In which he teaches these disciplines.
Nightingale "Justice is coming" Sophie is a Singer-songwriter with an honest passion for words. Currently studying an Extended Diploma in music. She has been performing original solo materials for the past 4 years. She can play the Piano, guitar, Trombone, Ukulele and vocals. "Art to me is everything, for there is nothing without it. Its a matter of life or death!"
Star "But I did have fun last time" Emily East is 21 & studied a short course in Musical Theatre at Pineapple Performing Arts School. Emily has been in several local shows around Oxford & is now enjoying being involved with Almost Random Theatre Company.