Originally from Wales, Hanna trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York, after gaining a degree from the University of London. Since starting her career as part of the National Youth Theatre and National Youth Music Theatre, she has gone on to perform Off-Broadway, on the West-End and all over the UK in all types of venues from arenas to church halls, outside in the rain, sleet and snow to the back of horse drawn carriages. In her spare time Hanna likes to attend parties where she can wear whacky fancy dress costumes whilst showing off with party tricks, such as, balloon modelling, “flossing” and the early night disappearing act. Having spent the last year entertaining up to 60 children an hour dressed as many characters from Elsa to Cruella De Vil, Dinosaurs to Fairies, Unicorns to Robots, Hanna is very excited to be touring Austria with Vienna English Theatre School’s Tour production of ‘Spooked.’
Charles went to a very artsy school which put on a lot of plays so theatre has been a part of his life from a very young age. Of course, the ‘acting’ he did then wasn’t exactly what he might call acting now but it definitely sparked something inside of him that led to him being an actor. He is really looking forward to touring Austria this autumn. It’s completely different to the shows he has done before so he is very excited to start!
Having graduated from the Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company in August, Elizabeth is excited to begin her professional career with Vienna’s English Theatre. This will not only be her first professional job, but her first professional tour. Before training in London, Elizabeth participated in every school production and attended the theatre as often as she could, eagerly waiting for the perfect opportunity to move to London and begin her acting journey. Her passions outside of work consist of going to the theatre and listening to early 2000s music. She loves to relax in the evenings with good company and good food (she really loves good food). Elizabeth brings an energetic and bubbly personality to the ensemble and is eager to share the work of the company over the tour. She is delighted to be able to travel and see Austria whilst doing so, and is eager to broaden her personal and professional horizons.
Nicholas started acting when he was very little, performing plays for his parents which mostly involved him pretending to fight battles and slay dragons. Only when he was older he did realise he could do acting for a job! So, he studied Drama at Exeter University, then trained in London and had been acting all over the world since then. He had toured internationally with Shakespeare, and in several Theatres in London. Most recently he performed in Romeo and Juliet in Dubrovnik. As a big fan of ghost stories he’s delighted to be performing in “Spooked!” and hopes everyone enjoys the show!