Kandace trained at The Mounview Academy of Theatre Arts. Theatre credits include: Here Today Gone Tomorrow (Arcola), The Ammunitionist (Old Vic), Upper Street (King’s Head Theatre), Not Quite Gospel (Rich Mix) and The Wrong Path (Rosemary Branch Theatre). Recent Film and television credits include: An American Nobody in London (Perception Pictures) and Boys and Girls (Channel 4). Radio credits include: One On One for BBC Radio 4.
Ashley J - Obs
Ashley J first performed with Half Moon on the national tour of Locked In in 2008. Theatre credits include: The Blacks, Da Boyz and Junior Blaggers (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Twelfth Night (Nottingham Playhouse), Sugar Snap (Soho Theatre) and Fathers and Sons (The Albany). His television credits include: Lenny Henry’s Funny Black Singles and EastEnders. In addition to acting, Ashley J is also a successful dancer/choreographer, and is four-times solo Street-Dance International champion, as well as a fi nalist in the UK dance competition Bump and Grind for Trouble TV.
Frank C Keogh - Braun
Frank trained at Birmingham School of Acting. His most recent theatre credits include: Vincent River at the Old Red Lion Theatre, which was nominated for the London Best Play Award 2011. Frank has also performed in Antigone (Crescent Theatre), Playboy of the Western World (Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham) and Woyzeck (Crescent Studio). Frank’s television and film credits include: Casualty (BBC), It’s Cold Outside (B3 Media), Crimson (EM Media) and For Love and Coffee - supported by the UK Film Council.
Joe Jacobs - Inno
Joe Jacobs began his professional career 10 years ago as Jimmy in the ITV1 series Night and Day. Since then he has appeared in a number of other TV shows including Holby City, The Bill, Doctors, Commander and Dr Who, as well as taking on the role of PC William Jackson in Holby Blue. Theatre credits include: Collision (Birmingham Stage Company), All About It (Big Fish Theatre) and Palm Wine and Stout (Eastern Angles). Joe has also worked in radio as an ensemble member in the Radio 4 comedy Rudy's Rare Records and he is soon to make his feature film debut in George Lucas’s Red Tails.
Directed by Angela Michaels
Designer: Naomi Dawson
Composer: James Grant
Lighting Designer: Fred Beaufort
Stage Manager: Jennifer Hunter
Dramaturg: Chris Elwell