When searching for the man of your dreams, why would you marry someone who reminded you of the man in your nightmares?
Production Photos, Drayton Arms Theatre, November 15th, 2021
Photos by Amelia Oliva
Chloë Whitehorn, Playwright
Described as Dorothy Parker meets Neil Labute, Chloë Whitehorn is an award-winning playwright, novelist, and underwater photographer. Born in California, Chloë's hippie-artist mother raised her in a world of circus artists, puppeteers and activists (she frequently attended protests in a stroller) until moving to Canada where she spent her days figure skating, writing short stories, and developing a love of acting. After writing her own one-woman show, Chloë shifted her focus from acting to writing for the theatre. Her plays have been performed across Canada and the United States and published in various collections, including “Divine Wrecks and Other Morally Questionable Tragedies”.
Grace Hans, Director
Grace began directing as a teenager, working on a devised play commissioned by the Heritage Lottery Fund and written by the students of Southend High School for Girls. From there she launched her own company for the young adults in her community, producing and directing five productions between 2017-19. Her knowledge of theatrical styles has been developed by her studies in Production and Technical Arts at LAMDA, as well as her experience in the fringe theatres of London. Her directing experience is varied - from Greek tragedies to modern musicals - with her focus now on new writing and developing scripts with playwrights.
Seden Asti Eron, Emma
Born and raised in Turkey, Seden had a law degree before she went to New York to study acting. Along with her studies, she also had stage experiences there. On her return to Istanbul, she carried on studying acting and working in theatres before deciding to move to London to pursue an acting career in the UK.
Killian Alt, Henry
Killian Alt is a Spanish/Belgian screen and stage actor based in London. He trained at Rose Bruford (foundation course), and later on at East 15 (MActing International). He lived in different countries throughout his life, developing a curiosity on cultures, behaviours and all the nuances that these places offer, bringing some questions and answers that we often ask ourselves about humanity. Sports and music have been his stimulants since an early age, and he has used these in his favour for his pursue of an acting career. He has performed Romeo in “Romeo and Juliette” at the Rose Theatre (Rose Bruford), Bertram in “All’s Well That Ends Well” at the Shakespeare’s Globe (East 15 Production), and Vershinin in “Three Sisters” (East 15 Production). Killian Alt speaks Spanish, English and German. He is represented by Art-t Management.