After an astronaut sent on the first manned mission to Mars inexplicably appears back on earth, his colleague tries to unravel the mystery of an experience that he barely understands himself. The answer has unsettling implications for humanity’s place in the universe.
Maximillian Gill is a New York based playwright. His work has been staged by a number of companies and festivals including the Abingdon Theatre Company in New York City, the InspiraTO Festival in Toronto, the Eastbound Summer Festival in Connecticut, Swivel Theatre’s Arab Women in Revolution festival in London, the Liverpool Arab Arts Festival in Liverpool, the Write Now festival in London, the Hollywood Fringe Festival, the DC Source Festival, and the New York Fringe Festival.
Victor is very passionate about new writing and has worked on 25 new projects. Since moving to London in 2011 to pursue more opportunity and to continue his development and career, he has continued to build on his list of credits. In 2014 he completed a six-month (RAD) Residency Assistant Director position with the Finborough Theatre. He’s directed Don’t Look Down, a one man show for Kings Head Theatre. For the Edinburgh fringe he directed Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens musical that went on to win Dean awards for best Musical and Performer.
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Claire trained with Marianna Hill and David Bennett at the Lee Strasberg Institute, before joining the LOST Youth Theatre Company in the early 1990s, working many times with its founder, Cecil Hayter. It is here she found her first experiences and foundations on stage, as well as her work ethic, in an, "all hands on deck" environment that encouraged the idea any production is made up by a team of equal parts - that no one person is less important than another. As well as appearing in several productions at LOST, other theatre includes revues, musicals, classical theatre, panto, comedies and dramas, including performances for The Theatre Factory (under Michael Wycerik), Waterman's Theatre Group (under Chris Barton), and performances at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and Her Majesty's Theatre in the Haymarket with Ata Productions. She cites the latter experience - which involved her first time singing solo for an audience of over 1200 - as one of the most thrilling experiences of her life!
Claire has also worked in the film/television industry for over 25 years, including several music videos, television shows, and short/feature films. She has also been in a few bands and choirs (currently with Real Voices), and loves to sing. She has also done a number of photographic jobs, most often in weekly magazines such as Bella, Best, Take A Break, Woman, etc.
Claire has directed a few theatre productions and student films, which she enjoys, as she likes to support and encourage others.
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Bianca trained at NIDA (The National Institute of Dramatic Art) in Sydney, before moving on to complete a Master degree at ALRA (The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts) in London. She recently returned from a 6 month tour, multi-roling in Romy and Julian as part of Vienna’s English Theatre Schools Tour 2017/18 season. She has written and performed in her own one women comedy, The Crazy Cat Lady Next Door and has worked in Bromley’s ChurchHill Theatre, playing Izzy in Queens of Day Time.