PMJ Productions in association with Park Theatre presents the European Premiere of

Faceless

By Selina Fillinger

PAIGE ROUND | CLAIRE FATHI
MATT MELLA | SCOTT BADER
FIONA GENT | SUSIE GLENN
SAM THORPE-SPINKS | MARK ARENBERG  
FEARON MCELROY | ALAN GLENN
VOICED BY 3 MALE ACTORS | FACELESS MAN


Paige Round | Claire Fathi  

Paige graduated with first class honours from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. 

Theatre: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (Blackeyed Theatre, National tour 2017/2018), Young Lives Today (Park Theatre), Nobody (Hanyong Theatre and the Birmingham REP), Hurling Rubble at the Moon (Park Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Saville Gardens, Windsor), Pink Floyd: The Wall (Workshop with Simon McBurney).

 

 

 

Matt Mella | Scott Bader

Matt trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre: Checkpoint Chana (Finborough Theatre), Young Lives Today (Park Theatre), The Merry Wives of Windsor (Theatre N16), The Doctor in Spite of Himself (Drayton Arms Theatre), In the Dead of the Night (Landor Theatre), Grease, Company, Edmond, Hamlet and Antigone (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama).

Short film:  Par for the Course (Nymph to a Rhinoceros Productions)

Voice over:  FIFA ’18, The World’s End, Prisoners, Goosebumps

 

Fiona Gent | Susie 

Theatre: Skint (National Theatre Studio/Waterloo Vaults), Young Lives Today (Park Theatre), Les Justes (The West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Class (National Youth Theatre), Epic (Hackney Empire), The Rocky Horror Picture Show LIVE and Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens (Two Box Productions, London Cabaret Tour). 

Film: Temptation, The Chaos and The Calm (Winner at BFI Futures Film Festival), Days (Kris Rimmer)

Television: The Grind (Nosa Eke)

 

 

 

Sam Thorpe-Spinks | Mark Arenberg  

Sam trained at ArtsEd.

Theatre credits include: The Poetry We Make (The Vaults/Old Red Lion), Young Lives Today (Park Theatre), Keep It Real (theSpace), Quicksand (York Theatre Royal). Icarus's Mother (Andrew Lloyd Webber Theatre), An Intervention and As You Like It (ArtsEd)

Film: Alba Longa (Directed by William Steel)

 

 

 

Fearon McElroy | Alan Glenn

Fearon graduated from The Poor School, London in 2017.

Theatre credits whilst training: Portrait of a Madonna (Workhouse Theatre), Romeo and Juliet, The Seagull, and The Glass Menagerie (The Poor School). This is Fearon's professional stage debut.