Between The Lines is a story of a love that was stunted between two creative men, and how they deal with the fallout of something that neither one of them realized was unresolved.
Production Photos, Drayton Arms Theatre, November 14th, 2021
Photos by Amelia Oliva
Matti McLean, Playwright
Matti McLean is a writer and artist hailing from northern Ontario. Between working with his production company Can't Stand Sitting Productions, and his clothing line One Chic Geek, Matti can often be found spending his days with his beloved dog Raina and seeking to enable those around him to achieve their creative goals.
Max Waszak, Director
Max Waszak is a multi-use theatre artist from that big country just south of Canada. He is a director, actor, violence director, teacher and a dad. In 2019, Max founded FairShakes Theater Co. and directed its inaugural production of Romeo and Juliet, performed in various New York locales including Central Park, Prospect Park, and The High Line. Since then, he has taught acting and theatre history at community colleges in North Carolina. He is researching environmentally sustainable theater practices at University of Plymouth. Max enjoys spelling theater both ways, using Oxford commas, and writing '&c.' instead of 'etc.' He can be seen on his YouTube channel: Mad Hot Shakespeare. BFA Acting: University of North Carolina at Greensboro, MFA Acting: Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University, MA Theatre Directing: East 15 Acting School.
Vincent Rosec, Martin
Vincent is a French actor who doesn't live in France because he lives in London which is not in France but in England. He graduated from East 15 Acting school, a school that teaches acting, with an acting degree in 2019. Since then he has worked on different short film (The Right Thing, Annie Shared Her Location, What Happens If It Falls?) and theatre (Acrylics, TGIF) projects, and self isolated a lot. He is really excited to come back to the Drayton Arms Theatre and to be part of the new work series of short plays Stories From Home.
Brian Law, Jacob
Brian Law is a London-based actor originally from Toronto, Canada. His theatre credits include A Stroke of Luck (Limehouse Theatre / Pumphouse Theatre), The Injustice of Dou-E (Confucius Institute), and various rehearsed readings, workshops and new writing festivals. Selected screen credits include Spiderman: Far From Home (Marvel), Doctor Who (BBC), Strangers (ITV / Amazon), Suspicion (AppleTV), Electric Angel (BR Productions), Our Little Haven (BR Productions), Roger (Rascal Film Co / BFI), Send Location (MMCD Studios) and the web-series Classified Freaks (Distinct Edge Pictures) and The Santa Suicides (Detour Pictures). He is represented by Grantham-Hazeldine. You can follow him @brianlaw35.