Cast

Roy-Ryan

Roy Ryan - Victor Frankenstein

Roy Ryan has been an avid performer since he was six years old, comprising over nineteen years of appearing in nearly forty productions, including Chess The Musical, Lyle Kessler's Orphans and Sea Patrol as well as producing two one-man cabaret/concerts. Roy appeared in the workshop production of this show last year, playing the Creature.

Duncan-Drury

Duncan Drury - The Creature 

Duncan is a graduate of The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. His most recent engagement was with the Emporium Theatre Repertory Company, Brighton in which he played Clov in Endgame, Mr Sloane in Entertaining Mr Sloane and Cinderella’s Prince/The Wolf in Into The Woods. Previous credits include Tom Collins in Rent and Bobby in Company.

James-Craze

James Craze - Robert Walton

James is an Actor and Theatre Maker who graduated from Rose Bruford College in 2013. This year he has toured his own one man play, Ernie, appeared in the BBC soap Doctors and played the lead role in The Words I Should Have Said To Phoebe Lewis (Phoenix Artist Club). James is returning to the role of Walton after last year’s workshop production.

Anya-Hamilton

Anya Hamilton - Elizabeth Lavenza

Since training at London College of Music, Anya recently played Alice in Gary Starr Productions’ Alice In Wonderland at the Beck Theatre. Other roles include: Kaa in The Jungle Book and Tess in Tess of the D’Ubervilles at The Park Theatre. Anya was also involved in last year’s workshop production, and is thrilled to be reprising the role of Elizabeth.

Max-Panks

Max Panks - Jacob

Max trained at London College of Music. His theatre credits include: Fenton in The Merry Wives of Windsor (London Tour), Tootles in Lost Boy the Musical (Charing Cross Theatre), Frankenstein: The Metal Opera workshop production (The Rose and Crown), Angel in Tess of the D’Urbervilles the Musical (The Park Theatre), and Ray/Lead Guitarist in Summer of Love (Nomas Events).

Charlotte-de-Paeztron

Florence / Justine - Charlotte de Paeztron

Training: Mountview. Credits: Private Lives (P&O Adonia), Shawshank Redemption (Secret Cinema), From Stage & Screen & Back Again (Leicester Sq. Theatre), Pirates of Penzance (Tabard Theatre), Cinderella (PMA Productions), An Evening of Don Black (The Pheasantry), La Boheme (Cock Tavern Theatre). In the West End Gospel Choir & lead singer for Thomson Gold Hotels and P&O Cruises.

BAND

Drums - Richard Campbell
Guitar - Rhys Llewellyn
Bass - Michael Pettit