Park Theatre presents the world premiere of

Adult Supervision

by Sarah Rutherford

Susannah Doyle | Natasha 
Olivia Poulet | Izzy
Amy Robbins | Mo 
Jacqueline Boatswain | Angela


Susannah Doyle | Natasha 

Theatre credits include: Presence (Theatre Royal Plymouth); Airsick (Bush Theatre); Death Of Cool (Hampstead Theatre); Love You Too (Bush Theatre); Hurly Burly (Old Vic/West End); Looking At You Revived Again (Bush Theatre/ Leicester Haymarket); Man And Superman (Glasgow Citizens); View From A Bridge (Sheffield Crucible); Oedipus Flabbergasted (Cochrane Theatre).

Film credits include: A Congregation of Ghosts, Chromophobia, About A Boy, The Lovers, Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, Another Man/Another Woman, His N Hers, Scandal.

Television credits include: Outnumbered Christmas Special, Vexed, Injustice, Lewis: Sudden Death Question, The Revenge Files of Alistair Fury, Cold Feet, As If, Ballykissangel, Drop The Dead Donkey, Touch of Frost, Hospital, Soldier Soldier, Dirty Something, Work, Young Indiana Jones. 

 

Olivia Poulet | Izzy

Theatre credits include: The Captain of Kopenick (National Theatre); Shivered (Southwark Playhouse); Dusa Fish Stas and Vi (The Finborough); Loveplay, Top Girls (Trafalgar Studios); Voyage Around My Father, The Queef of Terence, The Bird Flu Diaries, Major Barbara (Manchester Royal Exchange); Fred’s Diner (Chichester); The School for Scandal.

Television credits include: The Thick of It, Without You, Outnumbered, The Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Silent Witness, Whatever Love Means, Love Soup, Margaret, The Rotters’ Club, Dappers. Film credits include: In the Loop, Day of the Flowers, Killing Me Softly, Heroes and Villains.

Radio credits include: Ruthless (Radio 4), Goodbye by Morwenna Banks (airing October 2013). 

 

Amy Robbins | Mo 

Amy trained at RADA. Theatre credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Theatre Royal, Northampton); Blood Brothers (West End); A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Nottingham Playhouse); The Accrington Pals (Chichester Festival Theatre); Dona Rosita The Spinster (Almeida Theatre); The Country Wife (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow); Romeo and Juliet (Buckingham Palace) and Angels Rave On (Nottingham Playhouse). Television credits include: BAFTA award-winning My Beautiful Son, Casualty (two series), Doctors, Holby City, EastEnders, Heartbeat, People Like Us, Dalziel and Pascoe, Happiness, Victoria Wood with all the Trimmings, My Hero, Noah’s Ark and The Slammer.

Amy is probably best known for her role as Dr Jill Weatherill in ITV’s long- running medical series The Royal. Film credits include: Killing Me Softly, All The Litttle Animals, The Second Jungle Book – Mowgli and Baloo, Up On The Roof, and 30 Years To Life for HBO. Radio credits include: Trueman and Riley.

She is married to the actor Robert Daws and they have three children – Betsy, May and Ben. 

 

 Jacqueline Boatswain | Angela

Television credits include: Shameless (Regular) Channel 4, E20, Silk, Torchwood (Series 2), Mistresses, Life on Mars, Doctors, EastEnders, Casualty, Red Dwarf and four series as Head teacher Mrs Bassinger in Grange Hill. Also Little Devil with Robson Green for Talkback Thames and The Royal for ITV1.

Theatre credits include: The Amen Corner (National Theatre); One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show (Tricycle Theatre and tour); Mrs Muller in Doubt, (Town Hall Theatre Galway, and Everyman,Cork) Irish Times award nominee for Best Supporting Actress; One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show (Sheffield Crucible and tour); Calpurnia in York Theatre Royal’s touring production of To Kill A Mockingbird; Mrs Beaver in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Birmingham Rep); Zelda in Looking For Buddy (Bolton Octagon and Newcastle Live); The Way You Look Tonight (Salisbury Playhouse); Zanche in The White Devil (Mercury Theatre Colchester); Hold On (Bristol Old Vic); Ronette in Little Shop of Horrors and Sheila in A Chorus Line (both at Derby Playhouse). West End: Kiss Me Kate (Old Vic and Savoy) RSC; Anything Goes (Prince Edward); Sophisticated Ladies (Gielgud); Carmen Jones (Old Vic); Mack and Mabel (Piccadilly); Carousel (The Shaftesbury). Tantomile in Cats (New London); Soul Girl in Jesus Christ Superstar (Lyceum); June in Chicago (Aldephi); Soul Train (Victoria Palace); Fosse (Prince of Wales) and Gone With The Wind (New London).

Cast albums of Kiss Me Kate, Anything Goes, Carousel, Chicago, Jesus Christ Superstar and Mack and Mabel. Also audiobooks for RNIB.