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Crystal Clear: Rapid Response

3rd Aug 2019 17:00

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White Deer Theatre will present a series of Rapid Response short plays created in response to their production of ‘Crystal Clear’ devised by Phil Young. The Rapid Response team consist of visually impaired and sighted creatives and cast, with further artists to be announced.



Adam Elms

amy bethan evans

steven george



lana burns

linda miller



dan daniel



samuel brewer

Michelle Felix

Alice Melton

Sam Barnes

jordan woodley


Adam Elms is an actor, playwright, and director and an Associate Artist of Blueprint Theatre Company, Schoolhouse Productions, and Theatre Mill. His writing credits include work for Wireless Theatre Company, Skint Theatre Festival, Old Red Lion, Park Theatre and Drayton Arms. Upcoming projects include the roles of Gower in Pericles (Czech Republic/Upstairs at the Gatehouse) and Ronald in Absurd Person Singular (Theatre Row, New York).


Amy Bethan Evans is a playwright, dramaturg and disability activist originally from Bristol. She is writing a screenplay with BBC Writers' Room and trained on Year One of Graeae's Write to Play Programme as well as Soho Writers's lab (currently a member of the Alumni group). Plays include Libby's Eyes at the Bunker Theatre and Tinted with Extant at the Bloomsbury festival. She co-produced the Access Platform at Vaults this year.


Steven George has been an actor for over 20 years and has been visually impaired for 5. Since becoming visually impaired he has worked with Extant, the UK’s leading theatre company for the blind and visually impaired, not only as a performer but also as a workshop facilitator. Recently he has appeared in Silent Witness and Eastenders, as well as the RNIB’s recent rebranding campaign. Steven mainly writes for fun, but does regularly write for the online version of his local newspaper, reporting on a local pool league, that he helped to set up, and run.


Involved in theatre since the tender age of six, Lana Burns has been a story-teller her whole life, using different mediums and experiences of a range of people she has created pieces internationally and been involved in multiple capacities as dramaturg, producer, director, writer, devisor, actor and general theatre practitioner. She is a people watcher and a world-builder.


Linda Miller trained at Arts Ed and with Di Trevis as a director.  Previous work includes Fade-Out (Windsor Festival), New Nation (T Junction) The Wrong Way (Bunker Theatre), Beyond the Cannon (RADA), Divide and Rule (NT) and Once Upon a Marriage (Theatre 503). 


Dan Daniel is an award-winning film and theatre director, writer and producer. Most recently, he created 5* show, The Knot, which ran at The Old Red Lion Theatre for three weeks. He also wrote and directed the first-ever stage adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's short story, Nevksy Prospekt (Pentameters Theatre). His short films Web and The Face of Chance have been collectively accepted into over 8 international film festivals, winning awards such as Best British Short at the Selby International Film Festival, and Best Short Film in the KCLSU Film Festival.


Samuel Brewer is a vision impaired actor and devisor currently about to start his 3rd and final year on the BA (Hons) Acting - Collaborative and Devised Theatre course at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Along with the final 3rd year productions at Central he will also be performing in The Eyes Of The Night at Cervantes Theatre in September.


Michelle Felix is an actor, model and singer. Michelle’s recent work includes acting in TV docudrama series Shocking Emergency Calls, modelling in a music video for singer/songwriter Mei’s first international release and Corporate Role Play for TfL. Other roles include voiceover for Extant Exchange podcast and singing with Soul Vision music band.


Alice Melton trained with National Youth Theatre and continues to train at Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop. Previous work includes Iago in Othello at the Drayton Arms Theatre and Caryl Chruchill’s Love and Information at the Bridewell theatre.


Sam Barnes has trained in acting and musical theatre through Scaffold State and City Academy as well as being part of Old Vic New Voices. Previous credits include Company and Urinetown (Shoreditch Town Hall), Ages and Rise ( Old Vic New Voices), Spring Awakening (Finsbury Town Hal), Much Ado About Nothing (Courtyard), Breaking the Code (Drayton Arms), Love and Information, Cock (Bridewell).


Jordan Woodley is a passionate, creative young actor with a unique and imaginative approach to my craft. A visually impaired Cardiff – based actor, writer and producer for television, film, stage and radio. With seven years of performance and production experience, and 10 years of theatrical training, ranging from a BA (Hons) Theatre and Drama, LAMDA Certificate In Speech and Drama: Performance Studies (PCerLAM), and a short course at the Royal Welsh Academy for Music and Drama.



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Saturday 3rd August 2019, 5.00pm


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