Associate Members

Danny Strike

A Drama Teacher and Performer, Danny has worked in this country and in Germany. There he set up two theatre companies- The Kent Players, and Entity Theatre group. Since retiring he has acted with Wildworks in “The Beautiful Journey”; “Burn The Curtain” in “Red Star Rising” and “Alice in Wonderland” and “The People’s Company Plymouth” in “Madhouse, as well as directing “Playing with Daisy” for Pilot’s Thumb.

Cassandra Williamson

Cassandra trained in Theatre Acting for three years at Bretton Hall, where she developed her skills in Commedia, Naturalism, Mime, Improvisation, Singing, Dance, Voice and Devising, she also gained an NVQ in Stage Combat.
Cassandra now lives in Plymouth and teaches and performs, as she thrives off both. She has played a lead in “The Man in the Red Scarf” at The Barbican Theatre last Christmas and has more recently been involved with WildWorks and “The Beautiful Journey” as well as playing Alice in “Alice at Antony House.”

Jonty Depp

Over 20 years Jonty (a PhD qualified Chemical Engineer) has portrayed many characters on stage, including a duke, a policeman, a jester, a ghost and an executioner! As the UK’s most versatile Johnny Depp character impersonator he works around the country, and has appeared at many events in the South West. He is currently the entertainment supplier for the themed weeks at Powderham Castle near Exeter. With the assistance of his wife Claire who is the make-up artist, co-star, co-director and co-writer, he also portrays Willy Wonka, The Mad Hatter, Sweeney Todd and others. He became involved with Burn The Curtain when the services of his Mad Hatter were required for “Alice at Antony House” in April 2010 and Uncle Lubin in “The Adventure’s of Uncle Lubin”.

Alice Tatton-Brown

Alice studied for her BA in Drama at Manchester University, graduating with a first she went on to live, work, and perform in New York, London and Berlin. Before returning to Univeristy to study for her MFA in Theatre practice. As a researcher and a theatre maker, her key interests are; site based, promenade performance, verbatim theatre, and storytelling. Alice has performed In Battersea Arts centre, Kensington Palace, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Manchester’s Hazard Festival, a Cornish mine, and on a boat in Plymouth, plus a few more unusual locations. Currently working on a solo show, and collaborating with Bristol based artist Martha King, Alice can also be seen in Wild Works Enchanted Palace, in London.

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