And The Cast Goes To…
Katie Bernstein as Annie
Theatre includes: Allegro (Southwark Playhouse); Mrs Henderson Presents (Theatre Royal Bath and West End); Urinetown (St. James Theatre and West End); Rent (No. 1 UK Tour); Run (Polka Theatre); Goodbye Barcelona (Arcola Theatre); 20th Century Boy (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich); The Payback (Riverside Studios); Godspell 40th Anniversary Concert (Palace Theatre, Manchester); Six Ways (Jermyn Street Theatre); Falsettoland (Sell A Door).
Other credits include the workshop of Undone By Angels (ATG) and Children Of The Sun (St. James Theatre); The Stephen Sondheim Performer Of The Year (Queens Theatre) and BBC Proms In The Park.
Jason Callender as Jonathon
Jason is a graduate of Manchester School of theatre and has been a regular in CBBC’s 4’clock Club since graduating from drama school.
Theatre whilst training:
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Angels in America, Noices Off, Sweeney Todd and Othello.
Other theatre includes:
Song of Riots (BAC/The Awake Project), Doctor Faustus (Royal Exchange).
The 4’Clock Club (BBC 4 series), Bottersnikes and Gumballs (Cake Productions/BBC), Out of Body (Superplex).
Natasha Culley as Understudy
Natasha graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with a BA Hons Acting (Musical Theatre) in summer 2016. She recently performed with Box Clever’s Theatre in Education show, Passenger.
Credits whilst training include: Sweet Young Lass – La Ronde (Cue Productions), Toni Newsome – Pentecost (RCSSD), Ursula – Sweet Charity (RCSSD), Shelley – Through the Wire (RCSSD).
Natasha is excited to join the tour production of The Play That Goes Wrong.
Matthew Howell as Understudy
Matthew Howell is an actor, writer and creative director of Prowl Theatre Company. He is also one half of the comedy duo Cock and Fanny, who recently performed in their debut sketch show ‘An evening with…’ at the Hen and Chickens.
Matthew trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Recent acting credits include: Sexual Perversity in Chicago (The Gatehouse), As You Like It (The Rose Playhouse), Inigo (The White Bear), Present Laugther, See How They Run (The Dugdale) and The Importance of Being Earnest (Bealings House)
His heart lies in comedy and he is delighted to be joining Mischief Theatre on the U.K tour of The Play That Goes Wrong
Edward Howells as Dennis
Edward graduated from LAMDA in 2011.
Theatre includes Hamlet (BacksBroke), Faulty Towers the Dining Experience, The Wedding Reception (ITI), The Stolen Inches (Small Things Theatre Company), Still Life, Red Peppers (Folie a Deux), The Boy With The Cuckoo Clock Heart, The Happy Prince (Magpie Puppet Company) and IRONS (Local Girl)
Theatre whilst in training includes the Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Taking Steps, Into the Woods and the Winter’s Tale.
Edward Judge as Robert
Theatre credits include: History Boys (Crucible Theatre), Avenue Q (Bath Theatre Royal & No 1 Tour), Spring Awakening (Lyric Hammersmith & Novello Theatre).
Television credits include: Sherlock, You, Me & The Apocalypse, Galavant, Doctors, Holby City, Sarah Jane Adventures.
Film credits include: Iron Sky II.
Alastair Kirton as Max
Theatre: Goosebumps (The Vaults); Accomplice (Menier Chocolate Factory); Lacuna (New Wimbledon); The Changing Room (Royal Court); Restitution (Kings Head Theatre); Feeding Time (Battersea Arts Centre); The Alteration (Southwark Playhouse); Lie Back In Anger (Union Theatre); Exquisite Corpse (Southwark Playhouse) and Gone (New Ambassadors Theatre).
Television and Film: Unforgotten Series II (ITV); Blackpool (BBC); the leading role in feature films Colin and Magpie (Nowhere Fast Productions) Viking Siege (Tornado Films) and The Very Short Life of Jason Swift (First Fire Films).
Meg Mortell as Sandra
Meg is a graduate of the Guildford School of Acting. She won the Monologue Slam UK, which led to her performance at The Comedy Store, London and the writing of her one-woman show ‘Lucky Strike’, which she performed at both the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe.
Other credits includes: Elizabeth – Frankenstein (ADGE – International Tour), April – Company (Alex Parker Productions, Collette – Doctors (BBC). Meg is also co-founder and one third of the vintage vocal harmony trio: The Femmes: www.thefemmes.co.uk
Helena Muir as Understudy
Helana trained at The Dance School of Scotland and then went on to do the 3 year Acting Musical Theatre course at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama where she also achieved both the individual and overall Acting awards for two consecutive years.
Credits during training include: Adrianna in The Comedy of Errors, Fredrika in A Little Night Music, Hecate in Macbeth, Pusbas in Pentecost, Helene in Sweet Charity, Tara in Through The Wire.
Helana is thrilled to be making her professional debut in the first UK tour of The Play That Goes Wrong and would like to thank her family, friends and tutors for their love and continued support.
Graeme Rooney as Trevor
Graeme trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly RSAMD) and graduated in 2004. In 2009 he co-wrote and starred as one third of the sketch show The Ginge, The Geordie and The Geek at the Edinburgh festival. Following sell out Edinburgh festivals and critical acclaim the show toured the uk and was commissioned for a series on BBC2 which aired in 2013.
Theatre credits include – Sex and the Three Day Week (Liverpool Playhouse), Mental (Soho Theatre), Europe (Dundee Rep/Barbican), Cinderella (Vanishing Point), Knives (New Writing North), The Doll Tower (Unity Theatre), Unforgiven (Royal Court), Mancub (Soho Theatre).
Television and Film credits include – The Ginge The Geordie and The Geek (BBC), Doc Martin (ITV), Bad Education (BBC), Edge of Heaven (ITV), Coronation Street (ITV), Case Histories (BBC), Holby City (BBC), Rab C Nesbitt (BBC), Ashes to Ashes (BBC), Casualty (BBC), Skins (CH4), Rebus (ITV), Taggart (ITV), All At Sea (CBBC), In and Out Of The Kitchen (BBC), MI High (CBBC), Dick and Dom’s Funny Business (BBC), Doctors (BBC) and films Wedding Belles (CH4), Ashes (Bradgate Films) and The Clan (Clanfilm Productions).
Patrick Warner as Chris
Patrick Warner trained at LAMDA.
His work in theatre includes Cumquats, Swallows and The Cement Garden at the National Theatre Studio; 24 Hour Plays at the Old Vic; Transmission at Southwark Playhouse; Vanity Fair at Middle Temple Hall; Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs 2 on tour; Star Wars, Dr Strangelove and The Shawshank Redemption for Secret Cinema; Three Sisters, The Pillowman and After the End for FallOut Theatre; Hamlet on a European Tour; Yellow Moon at St John’s College; Cymbeline for Cambridge Arts; and Posh and One Man, Two Guvnors in the West End, as well as on tour.
TV includes Murder on the Victorian Railway and Biopics: Freddie Mercury.
Film includes Closed Circuit.
James Watterson as Understudy
James Watterson: James Watterson has recently graduated from LAMDA. His previous theatre credits include Callisto: A Queer Epic (Forward Arena), No Quarter, Dracula, Blood Wedding and The Rehearsal (LAMDA), Henry V, Macbeth, Titus Andronicus (Bard In The Botanics) and Lysistrata (Oran Mor). Previous film credits include Velma.