VanThanh Productions in association with Park Theatre presents the World Premiere of

Summer Rolls

By Tuyen Do



Linh-Dan Pham

Theatre credits include: international productions such as The Buddha In The Attic (Festival d'Avignon); Les Justes (Théâtre du Chêne Noir); Crossing Rockaway Parkway (The Sanford Meisner Theatre) and Wills & Secession (Fort Canning Theatre).

Film credits include: The Beat My Heart Skipped (won BAFTA); The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim, Les Yeux Fermés, Adrift/Choi Voi, Tout Ce Qui Brille, Le Bal Des Actrices, Ninja Assassin, Mr Nobody and Indochine (won Oscar, Golden Globe and César).

TV credits include: Casualty, One Child, Pigalle La Nuit, Trial & Retribution, This Life – Ten Years Later, and Farewell To Song Ba.

Kwong Loke
Theatre credits include: Pah-La (Royal Court), The Great Wave (National Theatre), Labour of Love (Noel Coward, West End), Dear Elizabeth (Gate Theatre), New and Now (Royal Court), You For Me For You (Royal Court), You Never Touched Dirt (Royal Court at Edinburgh), The Lulu Plays (Almeida Theatre), Hiawatha (Bristol Old Vic), Global Baby Factory (Yellow Earth Theatre), The Changeling (Finborough Theatre), Rashomon, Scenes from Paradise (Riverside Studios), The Magic Paintbrush, The Snow Lion (Polka Theatre), Blue Remembered Hills (UK Tour), Tibetan Inroads (Gate Theatre), Two Gentlemen of Verona (Singapore Drama Centre), The Soldier’s Tale (Southbank Centre).

TV include: The Feed (ITV Amazon), Gangs of London (HBO-Sky), As Time Goes By, Love Hurts, Blue Peter, Casualty, The Knock, and The Monkey King.

Anna Nguyen

Anna trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (BA Collaborative and Devised Theatre) and at the Brit School.

Radio credits include: They call Us Viet Kieu and When Heaven and Earth Changed Places (Greenpoint Productions)

Summer Rolls is Anna’s theatrical debut.




Michael Phong Le
Theatre credits include: Forgotten (Arcola Theatre & Theatre Royal Plymouth) and The Autumn of Han (Red Dragonfly Productions). Michael wrote and performed his own play Khon which won the Taking Flight Festival and will be transferring to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

TV credits include: The Catherine Tate Show (BBC), DCI Banks (ITV) and Hooten & The Lady (Sky).

He trained at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.



David Lee-Jones

Theatre roles include: Skin in Flames (Park Theatre), #aiww: The Arrest of Ai Weiwei (Hampstead Theatre), The Grammar of Love (Oval House), the 50th anniversary production of Noël Coward’s Waiting in the Wings (WYNI), Chicken (Hackney Empire), The Illegals (Ice and Fire), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Southwark Playhouse), Burning Maps (Outside Edge) and Back to Methuselah (MFP). He has completed four national/international tours with acclaimed outdoor Shakespeare specialists The Festival Players – as Richard in Richard III, Antonio in The Merchant of Venice, Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, and Rosalind in an all-male As You Like It.

Screen credits include: The Complex (Little Jade Productions/ Red & Black Films), Apeiron (Double Negative), The Backseat (Hidden Art Films) and upcoming comedy feature Elevator Gods (Happy Our Films).

Keon Martial-Phillip

Keon trained at the Oxford School of Drama. Theatre credits include: Pool (no water) (Royal Court) and Children of Killers (Orange Tree Theatre).

Summer Rolls is Keon’s professional debut.




Christopher Nguyen
Screen credits include: Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (LucasFilms), Next Time (Film London), Healthy (Hades Productions), and various commercials. Summer Rolls is Christopher’s theatrical debut.