Danielle Gearing – Marilyn
Danielle trained at Birmingham School of Acting. Since graduating Danielle took part in the 2016 Camden Fringe Festival playing the part of Polly in ‘Oh P*ck’, a piece of new writing by up and coming playwright Sarah Fellows and has recently made her directorial debut assistant directing the musical ‘I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change’.
She has also been apart of a number of workshops for plays in development.
Danielle has an avid interest in creating and developing new work, recently setting up her own Theatre Company ‘Breakthrough Theatre ‘ in order to produce her own and other pieces of new writing.
Polly in OH P*UCK! (Hen and Chickens Theatre), Gracie in DOROTHY TOWERS (Birmingham REP), Ophelia in HAMLETS (Library of Birmingham/Birmingham REP).
Credits whilst training include:
Feste in TWELFTH NIGHT; LOVE? (Ensemble) and WHAT’S IN A SONG? (Ensemble) at Birmingham School of Acting/The Mac Birmingham.
James Williams – Director
James is a performer, experienced producer, vocal coach and director, whose work has taken him across the UK, both in the West End and regional theatres.
Production Credits include:
Aladdin (Blue Orange Theatre), Producer/Director for MAGIC OF THE MOVIES (UK TOUR), KERRY ELLIS MASTERCLASS (Pineapple Dance Studios), OH P*CK! (workshop at Birmingham REP), WHICH WITCH IS WHICH? (Lauderdale House), SHOW ON A BOAT STARRING JULIE ATHERTON (Battersea Barge), ALICE IN WONDERLAND (UK TOUR), KERRY ELLIS: KE TOUR (UK tour), and WEST END WOMEN (New Alexandra Theatre).
THE LAST FIVE YEARS (Director: Theatre Severn), VOICE IN A MILLION (Associate MD: London’s O2 Arena), GARGANTUA (Director: National Theatre Studios/Oxford Playhouse), LITTLE FOOT (Director: National Theatre Studios/Wales Millennium Centre).
Soloist in SHOWSTOPPERS! (2013-2014 cast), Soloist in AN EVENING OF EDWARDIAN MUSIC HALL (Dudley Canal Trust – 2014 and 2015 cast), Wishee Washee (ALADDIN, Ludlow Assembly Rooms), Soloist (WEST END ON TOUR), Buttons/cover Prince (CINDERELLA, Ludlow Assembly Rooms), Peter (PETER PAN, The Courtyard) and first cover Ryan (HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL, tour).
West End credits include:
Phil in LIFE ON EARTH (London Palladium) and Barula in SUNSETS AND MORNINGS (Her Majesty’s Theatre).