Originally from Northampton situated in the midlands of England, James trained at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts with acting credits such as Edward Ferrars in Sense & Sensibility, Alfieri in Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge and bad guy, Derek James, in the newly written play by Luke Barnes Who’s Afraid of the Working Class?. In his spare time he enjoys playing football, doing impressions and reading plays. This will be James’ first professional acting job since leaving LIPA In June 2016. James is extremely excited to be travelling to Vienna and playing the role of John Little in Vienna’s English theatre’s Rob and the Hoodies touring Austria this year.
Stefan grew up in Cambridge and is half Greek, and can speak both languages. Stefan recently graduated from Performance Preparation Academy (PPA) in Guildford where he trained in Acting for Stage and Screen. Credits whilst training: Gus in The Dumb Waiter, John Wilmott in The Libertine, Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Christopher Isherwood in I Am Camera, Moonie in Hangmen and The Guard in Burial at Thebes. As well as performing, for the past 3 years, Stefan has taught Acting at the Guildford Stagecoach. Here, he has written and directed his own plays, as well as known musicals such as Peter Pan and Matilda. Shortly after graduating, Stefan created the role of Stevie in Can’t Stop It at the Dominion Studio Theatre. He then went on to play Peter in the revival of West End and Broadway play Party at Above the Stag Theatre. Most recently he has appeared playing the title role in Dick Whittington in his first pantomime at The Compass Theatre, Ickenham, London. Stefan is very excited to be spending the coming months touring Austria with Rob and the Hoodies.
India graduated in August from The Brighton Academy where she studied Musical Theatre for 3 years.
Theatre credits include: Ensemble/Understudy in Cinderella (Theatre Royal Windsor), Phats and Small (MTV EUROPE), Serena in Fame (Roedean Theatre, Brighton) Joanne in Rent (Roedean Theatre, Brighton) and Aladdin (Croydon).
India is delighted to be spending her first professional tour in Austria and cannot wait to share Rob and the Hoodies with you all.
Nathan is from Birmingham, England, and has very recently graduated from East 15 acting school. After graduating Nathan headed out to California USA running drama workshops daily and performing. Nathan is also a co-founder of Rowdydow Theatre Company which regularly tours festivals over the UK and Europe. Some of Nathan’s recent credits include Trinculo in Borderlands (RIFT) and Girls Like That (Birmingham Repertory Theatre) Nathan is super excited to have the opportunity to be a part of Rob & the Hoodies with Vienna’s English Theatre and can’t wait to share the experience with audiences all over Austria.