Ovation Theatres



Alicia-DaviesTrained: LAMDA.

Credits include: Measure for Measure (Dublin, London), The Gondoliers, The Merchant of Venice, The Waterbabies, The Commuter, Venetian Blinds (Chichester festival theatre), Oh what a lovely war!, Romeo & Juliet, As you like it (Regents park open air theatre), Rags ( The Bridewell), The Demon Headmaster, (National Tour), Les Miserables (West End), Cats (National tour). TV & film: The Last days Of Patten, Empire of the Sun, From the Top (CITV) and Eastenders.

Emma-McmorrowTrained: Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Credits include Blood Wedding (Royal Exchange Studio), Agamemnon (Library Theatre, Manchester), The Hound of the Baskervilles (Brockley Jack) and most recently Streetlights and Shadows (White Bear).

Filmed work includes projects for Canal Plus and BBC film. Emms would like to dedicate her performance to her Mum, Julia; an original BIBA babe.

Jenny-HarroldTrained: East 15 Acting School.

Theatre credits include: Richard III at Chapter House Theatre, Powerless at Barons Court Theatre, Faits at Theatre 503, Baggage at The Old Red Lion, Floods at The Arcola Theatre, The Girls at The Courtyard Studio’s, Macbeth at The Bridewell and Classical Assassins at The Red Hedgehog.

Film credits: The Empty Chair with Bigger Boat Productions. Music video’s: Waiting For A girl Like You with Cop and Robbers productions, and Malcolm Middleton Pop Promo with One Small Step.

Rehearsed readings include: Sunset Horizons at The Soho Theatre, and You Killed My Budgy Now I’m Coming After You at The Greenwich Playhouse.

Future productions: Calling at The Old Red Lion from July 10th – 28th.

Lisa-DuffyTrained: LAMDA. Credits: Tuesdays (Lowdown at The Albany), Fear (Octagon Bolton, The Albany + tour), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Coram Fields, Bloomsbury), A Leak in the Ensuite (Cannes), The Snow Queen (The Lyric Theatre Belfast), The Blue Coats (The Horsebridge Arts Centre, Kent)

Toni-KanalToni trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Toni’s theatre credits include the role of ‘Anna – the mother’ in My Matisse (Jermyn Street Theatre 2006), Honour (directed by David Grindley, Wyndhams Theatre); the two hander with Deborah Findlay, Marriage (the Theatre Museum, directed by Richard Digby-Day); ‘Preston’ in The Vortex (Donmar Warehouse, directed by Michael Grandage); ‘Stella’ in Noel Coward’s Star Quality (UK Tour, directed by Chris Luscombe); ‘Ensemble’ in Passion Play (Donmar Warehouse, directed by Michael Grandage); Song at Twilight with Vanessa & Corin Redgrave (Gielgud Theatre, directed by Sheridan Morley); ‘Madame Bashkirtseff’ in Brief Candle (New End Theatre); ‘Sheila’ in Benefactors (Mercury Colchester); ‘Ellen Terry’ in Ellen and Edy (UK Tour); ‘Grace Tranfield’ in The Philanderer (UK Tour); the title role in Mrs. Warren’s Profession (UK Tour); ‘Polly Seedy Stockings’ in The Millionairess (Royal Theatre, Northampton); ‘The Women’ in The Women in Bernard Shaw’s Life (UK Tour); ‘Corky Potter-Pirbright’ in Hooray For Hollywood (UK Tour) and ‘Mrs Rowland Hill’ in Penny Black (Dankworth Company Tour).

Her television and film credits include: ‘Ellen Rowe’ in The Bill (Thames TV); various roles in About Face with Maureen Lipman (ITV) and guest roles in TV series including Within these walls, The Professionals and Anna Karenina.

Later this year she will be playing the role of ‘Wallis Simpson’, the Duchess of Windsor in the new play ‘The Dorchester’ at the Jermyn St Theatre, directed by Lynda Baron.

Tracey-Ann-WoodTrained at Guildford School of Acting (Best Actor Award). Recent theatre: All I Need is a F*** Buddy (Canal Café), Sixteen Sonorous Stones’ (Bridewell Theatre), Loving Peter Palmer, After Chekhov (both Soho Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Swan Theatre High Wycombe), Bottlenecks (King’s Head Theatre and Hungarian Tour), Becoming Strangers (Jackson Lane Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Chilworth Manor – Open Air), The Trolls Big Adventure (National Tour). Film and Television: Tales From the Tower – The Deadly Crown (Ardent Productions), Extremities of Love (Asian Pictures International), A Place to Stay, The Biggest Thing Ever to Hit Broadway (both Hollywood Daze Productions). Tracey has just finished performing a comedy sketch show with the Over Here Theater Company. She has been performing and reading for the Godot Company and is about to do some filming for BBC2.