Luisa Guerreiro as Missy
Luisa trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is a highly fluent physical performer; she forms part of Cirque du Soleil's acting talent database, is an advanced action combatant for film & screen productions, and has experience working in Motion/Facial Capture. Most recently this involved collaborating alongside Ubisoft Montreal (Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag) and Centroid 3D at Shepperton Studios. She is an astute character actress and comedienne, having performed in several mockumentaries and sketches for screen. Her theatre credits include 'Wish Upon a Prince' with Chaim Topol (The Popular Theatre), 'NewsRevue' (Canal Cafe), ‘Dr Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat’ (The National Theatre & Young Vic), ‘Hare and Tortoise’ (Sheffield Crucible/York Theatre Royal), and work with Ragdoll Productions. Represented by the Second Skin Agency.
Orlando Brooke as Patrick
Orlando trained at BSA, graduating in 2005. Earlier this year he got attacked by a ninja chihuahua and was left hanging from the ceiling - in a commercial for "Pick Up" biscuits (not in his nightmares). His TV credits include “Serial Swindlers”; “The Inbetweeners” (Series 1); “The Song of Lunch” (BBC); “Doc Martin” (ITV) and “Jack Whitehall Investigates” (Ch4). Theatre includes: Passepartout in "Around The World in 80 Days" (English Theatre of Vienna) and various comedy plays at The Canal Cafe Theatre . Orlando is also a stand up comedian and sketch performer. Represented by Actors Alliance.
Ed Sheridan as Mike
Ed is a graduate of Drama Centre London, additional training includes Anna Scheme TheatreSchool, and the Vakhtangov Theatre in Moscow. Recent credits include The Upstanding Member (Old Red Lion), The Grand Guignol (The Space), & Much Ado About Nothing (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival). He won the Judges' Award for Acting at the National Student Drama Festival, and is a trained pianist. Represented by Byron’s Management.
Mike Archer as Karl
Since graduating from Redroofs Film and Television School and Drama Studio London's Summer School, Mike has continued to develop a versatile body of work across stage and screen. Performing round London, his theatre credits include “Fallen Angels”, “King John”, “The Deep Blue Sea”and “Of Mice and Men”. Mike was recently on stage in The Theatre Collection production of “Trainpotting” starring as Mark Renton. He previously worked with Victoria on the premier performance of “Haunted House” in Islington. His film credits include independent urban horror film “Voodoo Magic” alongside Danny John Jules, “The Merchant of 'Little' Venice” by award winning filmmaker Caroline Sax, “The Genius of Turner” for the BBC and “Easy Virtue” for Ealing Studios. Represented by the Zoe Nathenson Agency.
Aaron Millard as Derek
Aaron Millard graduated from Italia Conti (BA Hons-Acting) in 2011. Since then he has been on tour in Austria as Phileas Fogg in Vienna's English Theatre's 'Around the World in 80 Days'. He has also been writing and performing his own work 'The Three Little Pigs and other Twisted Tails' and is planning on taking his work up to the Edinburgh Fringe. Represented by Global Artists.
Untouched Theatre presents The Midnight Salesmen, a short farcical comedy about three inept burglars and their midnight escapades, written and directed by Victoria Jane Appleton. Starring Luisa Guerreiro, Aaron Millard, Orlando Brooke, Ed Sheridan, and Mike Archer.
The London Short Play Festival aims to give new and upcoming playwrights the opportunity to showcase work on a London stage. The Festival will this year debut three playwrights and three plays never before seen in the hope of becoming a platform and stepping stone for them into the London theatre scene. The other two featured plays are Shrink to Fit by Rachel Osborne and Casting the Villain Aside by Anna-Lisa Maree. The Festival was founded by producers Maria Klockare and Millie Thorne.
"Suited the format to a ‘T’... reminded me of the black and white comedies of old"
-- Michael Davis,
"Well done on a very funny play."
-- Dan Phillips, Director & Writer
"A great little play!"
-- Jeremy Curtis, Director & Writer
© Untouched Theatre Company 2013/