Menage a Trois

ROLE: He
DIRECTOR : Fred Gehrig
VENUE : The Cochrane Theatre
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2009
COMPANY: UAL
CAST:
Sheryl Tait
Sarah Storer
Nicholas Cass-Beggs
DESCRIPTION: Adapted by Fred Gehrig from Marguerite Duras’ “La Musica”
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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

ROLE: Aslan
DIRECTOR : Theresa Heskins
VENUE : New Vic Theatre
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2009
COMPANY: New Vic Theatre
CAST:
Jack Blumenau
Michael Burgen
Nicholas Cass-Beggs
Clara Darcy
Antony Eden
Stephen Finegold
Megan Hall
Katie Howell
Michael Hugo
Pam Jolley
Richard Kidd
Lorna Laidlaw
DESCRIPTION:
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The Snowman – 2008

ROLE: The Snowman
DIRECTOR : Bill Alexander/ Robert North
VENUE : Peacock Theatre London
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2008
COMPANY: The Birmingham Repertory Theatre
CAST:
DESCRIPTION: A perennial family favourite, The Snowman has transported a generation of children and their families into the wonderful wintery world of a boy and his magical snowman. As a unique friendship is kindled, the two embark on a starry-skied adventure to the North Pole, where they meet Father Christmas and narrowly escape the clutches of Jack Frost.

With music and lyrics by Howard Blake, including the beautiful Walking In The Air, performed by a live band
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Antigone – Adapted by Don Taylor

ROLE: Man/Chorus
DIRECTOR : Greg Hersov / Mark Bruce
VENUE : Manchester Royal Exchange
PLAYWRIGHT: Adapted by Don Taylor
YEAR: 2008
COMPANY: Manchester Royal Exchange
CAST:
Matti Houghton
Ian Redford
Ben Addis
John Watts
Claire Cordier
Andrew Sheridan
Jonathan Keeble
Alexandra Mathie
NIcholas Cass-Beggs
DESCRIPTION: by Sophocles
Translater by Don Taylor
When her dead brother is decreed a traitor, his body left unburied beyond the city walls, Antigone refuses to accept this most severe of punishments. Defying her uncle who governs, she dares to say ‘No’. Forging ahead with a funeral alone, she places personal allegiance before politics, a tenacious act that will trigger a cycle of destruction.
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Park Avenue

ROLE: Fredrick Coleman
DIRECTOR : Ian Marshall Fisher
VENUE : Lilian Baylis Studio
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2008
COMPANY: Lost Musicals
CAST:
David O’Brien
Stephen Carlile
Helen Anker
Elizabeth Counsell
David Furth
John Rawnsley
Andrea Miller
Valerie Cutko
Terence Bayler
James Vaughan
Nuala Willis
Peter Gale
NIcholas Cass-Beggs
Anatt Bass
DESCRIPTION:
1946
Music: Arthur Schwartz Lyrics: Ira Gershwin Book: George S. Kaufman & Nunnally Johnson
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The Rakes Progress

ROLE: Barman
DIRECTOR : Robert LePage / Michael Keegan-Dolan
VENUE : Royal Opera House Covent Garden
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2008
COMPANY: ROH
CAST:
DESCRIPTION:
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The Pajama Game

ROLE: Charlie
DIRECTOR : Thom Southerland
VENUE : Union Theatre
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2008
COMPANY: The Union Theatre
CAST:
Kate Nelson
Graham Weaver
Gillian McCafferty
Billy Boyle
Anthony Wise
Susan Travers
Nicholas Cass-Beggs
Nicola Gossip
Stephanie Nielson
Sean Pol McGreevy
Maria Lawson
Chris Love
Victoria McKenzie
Mirain Haf Roberts
Kate Robson-Stuart
DESCRIPTION:
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The Snowman – 2007

ROLE: The Snowman
DIRECTOR : Bill Alexander/ Robert North
VENUE : Peacock Theatre London
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2007
COMPANY: The Birmingham Repertory Theatre
CAST:
DESCRIPTION: A perennial family favourite, The Snowman has transported a generation of children and their families into the wonderful wintery world of a boy and his magical snowman. As a unique friendship is kindled, the two embark on a starry-skied adventure to the North Pole, where they meet Father Christmas and narrowly escape the clutches of Jack Frost.

With music and lyrics by Howard Blake, including the beautiful Walking In The Air, performed by a live band.
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Orlando

ROLE: Mars
DIRECTOR : Francisco Negrin
VENUE : Royal Opera House
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2007
COMPANY: ROH
CAST:
DESCRIPTION:
REVIEWS: MusicWeb International ReviewMusicWeb International Review

Kismet

ROLE: Ensemble
DIRECTOR : Gary Griffin
VENUE : London Coliseum
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2007
COMPANY: English National Opera
CAST:
DESCRIPTION:
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The Snowman

ROLE: The Snowman
DIRECTOR : Bill Alexander/ Robert North
VENUE : Peacock Theatre London
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2006
COMPANY: The Birmingham Repertory Theatre
CAST:
DESCRIPTION: A perennial family favourite, The Snowman has transported a generation of children and their families into the wonderful wintery world of a boy and his magical snowman. As a unique friendship is kindled, the two embark on a starry-skied adventure to the North Pole, where they meet Father Christmas and narrowly escape the clutches of Jack Frost.

With music and lyrics by Howard Blake, including the beautiful Walking In The Air, performed by a live band.
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Trailer

ROLE: Coy
DIRECTOR : Camille Litalien
VENUE : Camden Peoples Theatre
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2006
COMPANY: Indian Runner Productions
CAST:
Devised and performed by: Camille Litalien, Marie Blunck, Nicholas Cass-Beggs
DESCRIPTION: Physical, visual and theatrical, Trailer is a piece in which embraces the Americana inherent in Sam Shepard’s plays: the wide-open roads, deserted motels and seedy bars. A man and woman, stuck in their trailer, swept by the heat and dust of the relentless winds rolling off the endless mid-Western plains; they fight, argue, struggle to connect as they wrestle with their dreams…the All American Rock Star…the Perfect Home-Maker…the Happy Couple…Bound by the walls, their own insecurities and by the cloying restlessness of their relationship, they strive desperately to find way out, a way to realise their fantasies, to escape from the tyranny of themselves and each other. Working with a highly-developed physicality, a haunting soundtrack and superb projection of live animation, Indian Runner evoke an intense world, charged with emotion and stifled desire.
REVIEWS: Review: The StageReview: The Stage

Trailer

ROLE: Coy
DIRECTOR : Camille Litalien
VENUE : MIMOS- International Theatre Festival
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2006
COMPANY: Indian Runner Productions
CAST:
Devised and performed by: Camille Litalien, Marie Blunck, Nicholas Cass-Beggs
DESCRIPTION: Physical, visual and theatrical, Trailer is a piece in which embraces the Americana inherent in Sam Shepard’s plays: the wide-open roads, deserted motels and seedy bars. A man and woman, stuck in their trailer, swept by the heat and dust of the relentless winds rolling off the endless mid-Western plains; they fight, argue, struggle to connect as they wrestle with their dreams…the All American Rock Star…the Perfect Home-Maker…the Happy Couple…Bound by the walls, their own insecurities and by the cloying restlessness of their relationship, they strive desperately to find way out, a way to realise their fantasies, to escape from the tyranny of themselves and each other. Working with a highly-developed physicality, a haunting soundtrack and superb projection of live animation, Indian Runner evoke an intense world, charged with emotion and stifled desire.
REVIEWS: Winner of the “Discovery” PrizeWinner of the “Discovery” Prize

The Last Adventure

ROLE: Elias
DIRECTOR : Dimitri Devdarianik
VENUE : Lion and Unicorn Theatre
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2006
COMPANY:
CAST:
Nicholas Cass-Beggs
Marcus Sinclair
Rachel Isaac
Veronica Anne Duffy
Steve Kent
Gertje Dunning
DESCRIPTION: Play by Alexander Grin
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Pushkin’s Little Tragedies

ROLE: The Jew / Leporello
DIRECTOR : Victor Sobchak
VENUE : Lion and Unicorn Theatre
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2005
COMPANY:
CAST:
DESCRIPTION:
REVIEWS: Review: Theatre World MagazineReview: Theatre World Magazine

The Invasion Handbook

ROLE: Steven Wilson
DIRECTOR : Stephen Don
VENUE : Edinburgh Fringe
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2005
COMPANY:
CAST:
DESCRIPTION:
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Like Skinnydipping

ROLE: Police Officer/ News Reader
DIRECTOR : Chris Perkin
VENUE : Apollo (Oxford School of Drama)
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2005
COMPANY: Oxford School of Drama
CAST:
Steven Bews
Anthony Bolton
Mark Carleton
Nicholas Cass-Beggs
Lucy Cochrane
Giles Faulkner
Mark Field
Richard Flood
Laura Fredrick
Theo Herdman
Susannah Mullett
Gisella Ohaka
Annabel Scholey
Will Sebastian
Cloudia Swan
Danny Vardanian
DESCRIPTION:

After Mrs Rochester

ROLE: Father / John Lenglet
DIRECTOR : Dana Fainaru
VENUE : BAC
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2005
COMPANY: Oxford School of Drama
CAST:
Steven Bews
Anthony Bolton
Mark Carleton
Nicholas Cass-Beggs
Lucy Cochrane
Giles Faulkner
Mark Field
Richard Flood
Laura Fredrick
Theo Herdman
Susannah Mullett
Gisella Ohaka
Annabel Scholey
Will Sebastian
Cloudia Swan
Danny Vardanian
DESCRIPTION:
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Macbeth

ROLE: Lennox
DIRECTOR : George Peck
VENUE : Pegasus Theatre Oxford
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2005
COMPANY: Oxford School of Drama
CAST:
Steven Bews
Anthony Bolton
Mark Carleton
Nicholas Cass-Beggs
Lucy Cochrane
Giles Faulkner
Mark Field
Richard Flood
Laura Fredrick
Theo Herdman
Susannah Mullett
Gisella Ohaka
Annabel Scholey
Will Sebastian
Cloudia Swan
Danny Vardanian
DESCRIPTION:
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Present Laughter

ROLE: Garry Essendine
DIRECTOR : Anna Linstrum
VENUE : The Studios (Oxford School of Drama)
PLAYWRIGHT:
YEAR: 2004
COMPANY: Oxford School of Drama
CAST:
Steven Bews
Anthony Bolton
Mark Carleton
Nicholas Cass-Beggs
Lucy Cochrane
Giles Faulkner
Mark Field
Richard Flood
Laura Fredrick
Theo Herdman
Susannah Mullett
Gisella Ohaka
Annabel Scholey
Will Sebastian
Cloudia Swan
Danny Vardanian
DESCRIPTION:
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