By Sandy Foster
Ellie can't understand. Judith and Frank can't wait. Mark can't breathe.
Meet the cast
Rachel trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Theatre work includes:
A Christmas Carol (RSC); Much Ado About Nothing & Macbeth
(Shakespeare Globe); The Woman in the Moon (Sam Wanamaker Theatre); Private Lives & Wuthering Heights (Oxford Shakespeare Company); Babette's Feast (The Print Room); Sleeping Beauty (The Watermill); Dracula (UK tour); and As You Like It & The Comedy of Errors (Guildford Shakespeare Company).
TV/film credits include:
Borgia Season 2 (Epic Films/ Canal Plus); Doctors (BBC) and Vicious (multi-award winning short horror film).
Pop Music (Paines Plough) Tribes (Sheffield Theatres), Junkyard (Headlong/Bristol Old Vic/Theatr Clwyd/Rose Theatre), Dr Johnson Goes to Scotland (Oran Mor/Traverse Theatre), Dream On! (BBC Arts), Tales from the Croft (Solar Bear).
TV Credits include:
Work whilst training includes:
Last Woman Left, After Party, Love & Information, Scavengers, Perfume.
Ciaran Stewart (Mark)
Mary Keegan (Judith)
Mary Keegan trained at Rose Bruford.
Her most recent theatre includes:
Man and Superman at The National, Thark at The Park, The Ferryman at the Gielgud and the Mousetrap at the St Martin’s.
Her most recent Television was Father Brown.
She has done audio-description for the blind at the National Theatre, the Coliseum and The Royal Opera House.
When the lockdown started David was performing in The Woman in Black in New York; a show he’s also played at the Fortune Theatre in London and on tour around the UK.
He has done several seasons with the Royal Shakespeare Company, most recently Macbeth and The Merry Wives of Windsor in 2018.
David Acton (Frank)
Sandy is an actress and writer. As a writer she has been longlisted for several prizes including The Women’s Prize for Playwriting, The Bruntwood Prize and the Verity Bargate Award.
She took her one woman show, Lovely and Jason, a musical comedy to the Vault Festival in 2019 which she has also adapted for TV. She is currently working on her first novel.
Torquil Munro is a composer based just outside London, UK. He trained formally at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
From 2004-2007 Torquil lived and worked in Los Angeles as part of Synchronicity Music Inc.and during this period his music was heard on MTV, VH1, USA Network, Fox Sports Network and all 3 College Sports stations. In 2005 he received a Golden Trailer nomination for best original music for a motion picture trailer for the worldwide campaign for Warner Bros' Ocean's Twelve.
While with Synchronicity, he worked with singers and songwriters including Matt Goss (string arranging), Romina Arena (orchestration), and Valentino DiLorenzo
(orchestration/production). As a pianist, he has also recorded with many artists, including Ed Sheeran and Andrea Bocelli.
Torquil has scored two feature films – True Love (Antic Pictures) and What We Do (Skyrock Entertainment), along with numerous shorts and commercials.
Torquil regularly appears as musical director in London's West End. He was part of the original team to set up the smash hit Mamma Mia! And is currently a guest conductor for Disney's The Lion King, Tina, and Hamilton.
Trained as an actor at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He is currently working on The Winter’s Tale at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
The Exorcist (UK Tour), Describe the Night (Hampstead), The Knowledge (Charing Cross), Hedda Gabler (Salisbury), Abigail’s Party (Bath and UK tour), Sunny Afternoon (Hampstead, Harold Pinter), Shiver (Watford Palace), Playing with Grown Ups (Theatre503), Dr.Korczak’s Example and A Winter’s Tale (Unicorn), Titanic (MAC Belfast), Pushing Up Poppies (Theatre 503), Seven Jewish Children (Royal Court),The Common Pursuit (Menier Chocolate Factory), Three sisters on Hope street( Everyman Liverpool,Hampstead), Two Thousand Years (Mike Leigh-National Theatre and tour), Hamlet (Nuffield Theatre); The Dwarfs (Tricycle Theatre); Romeo & Juliet (UK Tour), As You Like It, Sweat (Bloomsbury),Hedda Gabler, The Man of the future is Dead (Edinburgh), Rose and the Ring; Guys & Dolls, Les Grandes Meaulnes, Judging Billy Jones (Young Vic.)
Small Axe (BBC), Silent Witness (BBC), Casualty (BBC), Midsummer Murders (ITV), Maigret (ITV), X Company,The Coroner (BBC), New Blood (BBC), The Lost Honour of Christopher Jeffries (ITV), Call The Midwife Series 1-6 Playing Sergeant Peter Noakes (BBC),Whitechapel (ITV), Dark Matters (Discovery), The Runaway (Sky), Trinity (ITV), The Passion (HBO/BBC), Maxwell (international emmy), The Candidate, Judge John Deed, Dwarfs, Band of Brothers (HBO/BBC-winner of Golden Globe and Emmy), A Touch of Frost, Soldier, Soldier, Inspector Morse, The Perfect Blue, Where The Heart Is.
The Harness, The Commuter, Leapyear, Guy Ritchie&39;s Rocknrolla, Driver (official selection for the London Film Festival 2009), Hospital, Patrick Mann’s Daughter, Scotch Corner.
Directing credits include:
SNAP.CATCH.SLAM (Pleasance,Edinburgh), The Collector (Underbelly Edinburgh and Arcola London), King Lear, As You Like it, King John, A Mid Summer Night’s Dream, Orphans(Various Drama Schools). Short films- Park Life, Hope, Intern, Man’s Best Friend, Kung Fu Action Chic, Wilting. Started Aslan Productions in 2002 and co-produced &; Everything is Illuminated; (Hampstead Theatre).