Casting announced for Paradise Road

at The Library Theatre, Sheffield

Meet our cast and creatives…….

Writer and Director- James Stone

Producer- Tales Retold

Stage Manager- Jessica Binfield

Technical Operator- Chris Hanlon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edd Bower- Richard Hutchinson

Edd Bower recently graduated from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts where he gained his Masters in acting. Since then he has already performed in the plays Farside Virtual and The Rugby Tour. Edd is originally from Yorkshire so is happy to be back on home soil. He started acting at a young age and spent many nights treading the boards at the Wakefield Theatre Royal. Over the years Edd has gained a diverse set of stage credits from musicals to new writing and touring at the Edinburgh Fringe.

 

 

Cassandra Hodges- Helen Hutchinson

Cassandra trained at Drama Studio London. Recent credits include: Cold Callers (TV Pilot), Tree in the Sky (Doppelgänger productions N16), Same Difference (Bites and Scratches: Park Theatre), Shakespeare and Scandanavia Cruise (Peel Productions), Antigone (Tales Retold: The Hope Theatre), Bite Size plays (White Room Theatre: St James Theatre/ Leicester Square Theatre, Edinburgh and Brighton Festival). She will be shooting her first feature film this year The house on Cielo Drive for North Bank Entertainment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suzanne Celensu- Sabelle Serafian

Suzanne began her career as a professional actor in 2013 after graduating from the Brian Timoney Actor’s Studio, London.  Straight out of drama school she was lucky to embark on a theatre tour around Yorkshire playing the lead female in The Luckiest Man in the World. Since then, her credits have span through theatre, film, and commercials. Her most recent theatre credit was playing Susan in a month long run of Five Kinds of Silence by Shelagh Stephenson.  She is now very excited to have been cast as Sabelle in a great piece of new writing, Paradise Road.

 

 

DK Ugonna- Vartan Serafian

DK trained at Drama Studio London and is a British actor with Nigerian heritage. DK has recently appeared in a short film to commemorate the 50th anniversary for the Duke of Edinburgh awards, and also took part in a special reading of new scripts at Channel 4 studios for the British Urban Film Festival. DK’s other interests include yoga, and music-making, and he plays guitar and keyboards at a good level.