by debbie tucker green

Directed by Ruth Sullivan

Wednesday 22 March - Saturday 1 April, 2023

At the Tower Theatre, Stoke Newington

Photography by Giulia Paratelli

Cast List

ONE : Sara Odeen-Isbister
TWO : Henry Sharples
THREE : Val Paul-Kerry


Production Team

Director : Ruth Sullivan
Set Design : Phillip Ley
Lighting Design: Samuel Littley
Sound Design: Ruth Sullivan

Stage Manager : Laurence Tuerk
Assistant Director : Mya Onwugbonu
Deputy Stage Manager and Lighting Operator: David East
Sound Operator : Chris Shiel
Set Construction and Get-In : Keith Syrett, John McSpadyen, Alex Burton, Alexander Kampmann, Tom Bailey, Max Batty, Angelika Michitsch and members of the cast and crew

Sara Odeen-Isbister
This is Sara Odeen-Isbister's third production with the Tower Theatre, after playing the eccentric Miss Derek in A Passage to India and Julie in the short play Balsa Wood and Memories. She also helped adapt Ibsen's Little Eyolf for Virtual Tower and played Rita Allmers. Outside of the Tower, she's appeared in various fringe productions, including Regeneration, Macbeth, Three More Sleepless Nights and a number of new writing pieces and short films.
  Henry Sharples
This is Henry Sharples' second production with the Tower Theatre, having appeared in Coram Boy last year. Finding his love of acting at a young age playing Corny Collins in Hairspray, he has continued to participate in other plays and musicals both in school and in youth theatres across London.
Valerie Paul-Kerry
Valerie Paul-Kerry trained at Identity Drama School and The Actors Centre. She studied in the Meisner Technique with Dominique Gerrard. Val has appeared in three productions with the Tower : Table, Fix Up and Travels Around My Room. Her recent film/tv/commercial credits include Pirates, Lidl, Rainbow Riches, Hotjar and Leger Holidays. She has also appeared at the Barbican as Dr Copernicus for the LSO Discovery family concert. Val has filmed a one woman show A Mother Speaks which will be available for viewing early this year.
  Ruth Sullivan
Ruth Sullivan is an Emmy award-winning Foley artist, usually found in a dark studio making sounds for TV drama and film (as well as an occasional foray into radio), and regularly working with directors such as Katie Mitchell and Simon McBurney to create and perform live theatre sound. She’s just managing to squeeze in hang before travelling to New York to perform in McBurney’s Die Zauberflöte at the Metropolitan Opera. As a director, highlights include The Sea, The Last Five Years, Macbeth, The Maids, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, King Charles III, Air and most recently, Bouncers and Shakers.