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A Servant of Two Masters
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 29 June 2008

A Servant of Two Master by Carlo Goldoni, adapted by Lee Hall.

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Louth: 10th - 12th July 7.30pm at The Studio Schoolhouse Lane. Tickets £3.50 from school office: 01507 600456

14th July 7.30pm at The Studio, Riverhead Theatre. Tickets £5, concessions £3.5. Riverhead Theatre box office: 01507 600350

Edinburgh: Venue 40, The Quaker Meeting House, 7 Victoria Terrace, Edinburgh EH1 2JL. 4th to  9th August at 8:15 pm. Tickets £7, concessions £5. Venue boxx office 0131 220 6109.

A Servant of Two Masters
Edinburgh Street Theatre

The cast and crew:

 

Andy Chetwynd – This is Andy’s fourth year to Edinburgh with Edward’s and he is playing the role of Dr. Lombardi and company manager, not that anyone takes him seriously. He is looking forward very much to seeing some good theatre, and no doubt some absolute tosh too. He also asks the people of Edinburgh to watch out for some daftness emanating from the Company.

Mike Tyas –  Mike is returning to the fringe for the fourth time as a performer playing the role of Truffaldino in the company’s production of A Servant Of Two Masters. Previous roles Mike has played include Semyon in The Suicide, Dennis in Habeas Corpus and Robbie in Stags and Hens.  Michael is currently studying towards a degree in Television Production and co-hosts The Student Breakfast Show each week on MUD Radio. Mike is very insecure, please tell him that you love him often.

Will Tyas – This is Will’s first year as a performer in the Fringe with Edward’s and he is playing the role of Silvio. He is the shortest male member  of Edward’s and hopes soon to take advantage of this position by instigating a limbo tournament at some point in the following week.

Wayne Rodgers –  This is Wayne’s 4th year to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He will be playing the part of Florindo in ‘Servant of Two Masters.’ This year he is also part of the costume team with the magical Miss Kane. He has been involved in Edwards Theatre Company for the last 5 years and has gained a place at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on the Musical Theatre BA Hons course starting September 2009. Wayne currently attends Studio 2000 Dance School and has just taken part in the annual Summer Show. He is looking forward to the sights of Bonny Edinburgh!!!!

Luke Moulding – This is Luke’s fourth year at the Fringe with Edward’s, and he is performing as “Pantaloon”, a role which he enjoys immensely, mainly because it consists of him either shouting at people, or being a pervert, both of which he is proficient at. Luke has no official role in the company, but his unofficial role as the company’s resident stripper and misanthrope, is one that suits him to a tee.

Aimee Robertson –  This is Aimee’s second year at the Edinburgh Fringe. She is performing as “Smeraldina” and also shares the role of “Musical Director” With Will. So far this has consisted of singing a lot. Aimee thinks that Will is amazing however I am sure she will be better than him very shortly.  She is the smallest member of the company and is looking forward to beating will in his forthcoming limbo tournament. 

Frankie Tubb –  This is Frankie’s 3rd year up to the Edingburgh Fringe. Since her first appearance on stage as a rabbit she has been in many productions from musicals and dance shows to straight plays. Recently she played “Kathy Seldon” in “Singin’ in the Rain”. When not performing on the stage Frankie enjoys cheoreographing and teaching, though is not quite as keen on props anymore. Frankie has enjoyed her time here at Edwards and hopes that she has contributed as much as she has learnt.

Natt Kane –  This is Natt’s first year up to Edinurgh although not her first appearance on stage. She has been in many productions over the years including playing the part of “Miss Dinsmore” the language teacher in “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Mrs Lyons” in “Blood Brothers” the play this year. Natt also attends regular singing lessons with the amazing Susan Bortalot. In Edinburgh she will be playing the part of very spoilt daughter Clarice and is enjoying immensely the challenge as this is a type of role she has never played before. She is also part of the costume team along with the very talented and sophisticated Mr Wayne Rodgers and is sad she is leaving Edinburgh before her birthday.

Helen Crawshaw – This is Helen’s fifth year to the Edinburgh Fringe, but only her 2nd year taking part in a play. She is playing the part of ‘Brighella’ and is also helping with ‘Props’, with Andy and Fiona (but without her Sophie). She is currently moving into her last year of A-levels, and also attends the Cliftons Dance Academy, which she has been enthusiastically partaking in for 11 years. Her acting career involves many summer workshops, a pantomime, teddies and many dance shows.  She is looking forward to sharing Grandma with Wayne and her 17th birthday in Edinburgh.

Fiona Crosby – This is Fiona’s first year at the Edinburgh Fringe, playing the part of ‘Charlotte’, her second acting role with Edward’s having spent the past few years trying almost everything theatre can offer including lighting, sound, props, costume and stage managering. However, she will probably be best known for her magical skills at banner making.

Katie Jackson – This is Katie’s third trip to the Fringe with Edward’s and her second as stage manager. As the only techie in this year’s production she is feeling a little outnumbered and has finally been forced to wear costume on the Royal Mile but will be easily recognisable by her slightly distracted manner and the guilty expression which often accompanies mildly fraudulent behaviour.

 

 

 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 09 August 2008 )
 
Welcome to Edward's Theatre Company
Written by Web Master   
Friday, 30 March 2007

Edward's is a semi-professional touring theatre company based at King Edward VI Grammar School in Louth, Lincolnshire. Formed in 1998, the company has achieved an excellent reputation for its lively and varied productions. Each year at least two productions are staged, one of which is taken to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe This year is the tenth time Edward's will be perfomring at the Fringe. In 2005 and 2006 Edward's achieved the coveted "Sell Out" award with Alan Bennet's Habeus Corpus and an adaptation of George Orwell's 1984.

For the tenth aniversary Edward's will be celebrating with 2 productions, Marry Me a Little and The Suicide, more details on these and other production can be found in the production section.

"...theatre that is poignant and shocking..." (Three Weeks)

"...uniformly excellant cast..." (The Guardian)

Last Updated ( Saturday, 21 April 2007 )
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