Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment and Hope Mill Theatre in association with Knockhardy Productions and Park Theatre present
RAGS The Musical
CAROLYN MAITLAND I REBECCA
DAVE WILLETTS I AVRAM
SAM ATTWATER I BRONFMAN
DEBBIE CHAZEN I ANNA
ALEX GIBSON-GIORGIO I SAUL
RACHEL IZEN I RACHEL
SAMUEL JONES I DAVID
JUDE MUIR I DAVID
MARTHA KIRBY I BELLA
OISIN NOLAN-POWER I BEN
JEREMY ROSE I JACK
ARTHUR BOAN I COMPANY
ANGELA CAESAR I COMPANY
ADAM CROSSLEY I COMPANY
DREW DILLON I COMPANY
MATTHEW GENT I COMPANY
NATASHA KARP I COMPANY
CAROLYN MAITLAND I Rebecca
Carolyn trained at Elmhurst School of Dance and Performing Arts.
Theatre credits include: Grace Farrell in Annie (UK Tour and Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto); The World Goes Round (Mac, Belfast), Marian Halcombe in The Woman in White (Charing Cross Theatre); Molly in Ghost (UK Tour); Ellen in Miss Saigon (Prince Edward Theatre); Joelle and Understudy Rita in Groundhog Day (Old Vic); Kathy Seldon in Singin’ in the Rain (Kilworth House Theatre); Understudy Kate and Lilli in Kiss Me Kate (Old Vic and Chichester Festival Theatre); Sally Bowles in Cabaret (ACT, Aberdeen); You Know How to Love Me (The Other Palace); Starting Here, Starting Now (The Pheasantry); Daughter in The Memory Show; Rose and Understudy Karen in From Here To Eternity (Shaftesbury Theatre); Understudy Vivienne and Serena in Legally Blonde (Savoy Theatre); Understudy Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde (UK Tour); Understudy Gabriella and Taylor in High School Musical 2 (UK Tour); Serena, Mabel and Miss Bell in Fame (UK Tour) and Mamma Mia! (International Tour).
DAVE WILLETTS I Avram
Theatre credits include: Jean Valjean in Les Misérables (Royal Shakespeare Company and Australia); Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera (Cameron Mackintosh Ltd., London and Manchester); Old Deuteronomy in Cats (New London Theatre); Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar (London and Europe); Father in Ragtime (Piccadilly Theatre); Major Lee in Someone Like You (Strand Theatre); Adam Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (National Tour and Theatre Royal, Haymarket); Sweeney Todd in Sweeney Todd (National Tour); Ben in Follies (National Concert Hall, Dublin); George in Sunday in the Park with George (National Tour); Vladimir Vysotsky in Let Us Fly (King’s Head Theatre); Emile de Becque in South Pacific (National Tour); Max Von Mayerling in Sunset Boulevard (Olivier Award Nomination, Comedy Theatre); Julian Marsh in 42nd Street (National Tour); Sir George Dillingham in Aspects of Love (Whatsonstage Award Nomination, Menier Chocolate Factory); Professor Callaghan in Legally Blonde (National Tour); Jekyll and Hyde in The Man Inside (Landor Theatre); Father God in Love Beyond (Wembley Arena); The Man in Pure Imagination (St. James Theatre); Ned Thomas and Newman Carter in Out There (Union Theatre) and White Rabbit in Wonderland (National Tour).
Concert credits include: Numerous appearances in Monterey, Mexico City, Los Angeles, Rotterdam, Munich and the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Television credits include: Guest appearances on various Television Chat Shows and was the subject of This is Your Life (BBC).
Recording credits include: Memories and Memories of a Mellow Christmas (with all proceeds going to the Dave Willetts Foundation, which helps those living with dementia, through music).
SAM ATTWATER I Bronfman
Sam trained at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre credits include: Mickey Deans in End of the Rainbow (Colchester Mercury); Norman in Dreamboats and Petticoats (Wyndham’s Theatre)’ Brad Majors in The Rocky Horror Show (40th Anniversary UK Tour); Adam Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (UK Tour); Tonight’s The Night (UK Tour); 20th Century Boy (BAC); Castor in Jason and the Argonauts (Charing Cross Theatre) and Muscles in Top Cat (New Wimbledon Theatre). Sam has also starred in some of the top Pantomimes around the country over the years.
Television credits include: Larry Tutt in Impact (Sky); Bumby Wallace in Mr Selfridge and Winner of the 6th Series and Contestant in the final All Stars series of Dancing on Ice, skating with his now wife, Vicky (ITV); Rupert in In The Cloud (Sony Crackle); Henry Connor in Doctors and Leon Small in EastEnders and E20 (BBC) and Ricky in Hollyoaks (Lime Pictures for Channel 4)
Film credits include: Jack in Life's a Buzz (Short Film); Dave in Real Time (Short Film for Century Aspect); Hey Baby (Feature Film) and Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (Feature Film).
Other credits include: Dancing on Ice (UK Tour, dancing alongside Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean).
Twitter and Instagram: @samattwater