Goldilocks And The Three Endings
Goldilocks and the Three Endings, an interactive fairy tale for all ages.
A new play by Andrew S.Walsh with original music by Guy Holden.
Directed by Vik Sivalingam
The villain is missing, the Midnight Clock is ticking and everyone and everything could disappear in a heartbeat. Everwasland is in danger. Goldilocks needs you and the Prince to help her save it! Are you the person to set the story straight?
LAUREN CHIA – Sleeping Beauty
Trained: Guilford School of Acting
Theatre credits whilst training include: Christmas Eve in Avenue Q (Theatre Royal Windsor); Ensemble & u/s Ariel in Footloose (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre); Soloist in And The World Goes Around (G Live); Jerry Springer the Opera; Louise in Carousel; Barbara in Fings Ain’t Wot They Used T’Be; Sweet Charity; The Mystery Of Edwin Drood.
Various workshops include: Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Cassandra in Oresteia; Elizabeth in Robert and Elizabeth.
SHELDON GREEN – BB Wolf
Trained: Rose Bruford College
Sheldon was raised in the Pentecostal church. Sheldon learned to play piano, bass and drums at an early age. He has been lucky enough to arrange and play music for the country’s biggest venues such as the National Theatre and The O2 lndigo. Credits whilst training include: Shamrayev The Seagull; Osip The Government Inspector; Fabritio Women Beware Women; various Roles in Machinal and Charley Johnson Lady in the Dark.
Previous professional roles include: Title Role in Hutch (Riverside Studios); playing famous Jazz singer and pianist Leslie Hutchinson; and Jonny in Bill Kenwright’s Save the Last Dance For Me. After Goldilocks and the Three Endings Sheldon will be working at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry on Three Minute Heroes.
PETER LANDI – Daddy Bear
Theatre credits include: Wanted! Robin Hood, The Library Theatre at the Lowry; To Kill a Mockingbird, Royal Exchange Manchester; King Lear, John Lydon Hall, Holborn; When the Chickens Came Home to Roost, Brixton Empire; Egusi Soup,Menagerie Theatre Cambs;Painting a Wall, Finborough Theatre; I.D, Almeida; Rat Pack Confidential, Nottingham Playhouse; Piaf, Theatre Royal York; Of Mice and Men, Bolton Octagon/Theatre Royal York; Death of a Salesman, Leicester Haymarket; Kensuke’s Kingdom, Polka Children’s Theatre; Hi I’m Vince-Jacksons Lane, Hampstead; Romeo & Juliet, Theatre Set-Up International Tour; The Magic Storybook, Solent People’s Theatre; Tribute to the Blues Brothers, U.K. and Eur Tour, David Pugh Productions; Oscar, Tricycle Theatre, Damned for Despair – Gate Theatre, Notting Hill. TV credits: Law and Order UK (ITV) , Whose Baby (ITV), Eastenders (BBC), The C Word (BBC). Film credit: Captain Phillips. Radio/voice over credits: King Street Junior Revisited, Monsignor Quixote, An Attractive Young Rabbi for BBC Radio 4 and documentaries for BBC Correspondent, and Tonight with Trevor MacDonald.
LOUISE SHUTTLEWORTH – Fairy Godmother
Trained: Webber Douglas Academy
Theatre credits include: Maddy in Dot.Com (Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells); Ona in Safer (Allardyce Theatre); Jane Eyre in Jane Eyre (UK Tour); Jane in Absurd Person Singular (Southwold Summer Theatre); Juliette in Thieves Carnival (Watermill Theatre); Judith in Henna Nights (Trinity Theatre); Maggie in Outside Edge and Kitty in Charley’s Aunt (both Southwold Summer Theatre), Herod’s PA in The London Nativity (The Scoop); Natasha in The Lower Depths (Finborough Theatre); Luciana in Comedy of Errors (Ludlow Festival); Viola in Twelfth Night (Hever Lakeside Theatre); Godmother/Cookie in Sleeping Beauty (Margate Theatre Royal); Aunt Sponge/Ladybird in James and The Giant Peach (Northampton Theatre Royal) Florence in The Haunted Commode (Eastern Angles); Mary the Maid/Meatdripper in The BFG (UK Tour); Robber Girl/Princess in The Snow Queen (Theatre Royal, Margate); Poppy in Noises Off (Birmingham Rep); Sally in Dangerous Obsession; Beverly in Abigail’s Party (Southwold Summer Theatre); Mrs Beaver in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (Royal & Derngate Theatre); Mrs Moore in Backbeat (Duke of York’s and Royal Alex Toronto); Washerwoman in Wind in The Willows (West Yorkshire Playhouse) and most recently Queen Elizabeth in Richard III (Changeling Theatre Company). Television credits include: The Bill (Talkback Thames); Fortysomething (Carlton) and Grass, 15 Storeys High Series 1 & 2; Silent Witness and Holby City (all BBC).
ELEANOR SUTTON – Goldilocks
Trained: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts
Roles whilst training include: Anna in Anna Karenina; Avril Raines and Mallory Kingsley in City of Angels; Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Lucy Lockett in The Beggar’s Opera.
GUY WARREN-THOMAS – Dashingly Charming
Productions at drama school include: Alan in Time and the Conways; Suslov in Summerfolk; Keith in The Cosmonaut’s Last Message…
Theatre credits include: Is It Getting Cold In Here… (Theatre 503); Grapes and Rain (Waterloo East); Little Pieces of Gold (Park Theatre).
(Pre-LAMDA): Edward II(Rose Theatre, Bankside); The Art of Concealment; The Life of Terence Rattigan'(Iambic Arts Theatre, Brighton); World Premiere of Mervyn Peake’s The Cave (Blue Elephant Theatre); Spare (New Diorama); Wind in the Willows (Actor’s Church, Covent Garden).
Film credits include: Spooks; The Greater Good; Two Down and Miss in Her Teens.
VIK SIVALINGAM – Director
Currently in negotiations for the role of Resident Associate Director on the forthcoming MADE IN DAGENHAM- the Musical. Selected other credits include: PERICLES (Rose Theatre), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (RWCMD) THE GLASS MENAGERIE (Old Joint Stock Theatre) THE BULLET (RSC), OR NEAREST OFFER (Almeida) JACK AND THE BEANSTALK (City Varieties Music Hall) and BLUE/ORANGE (New Wolsey Theatre).
As Assistant /Associate Director Vic has worked at the RSC, Royal Court, The Almeida, Headlong, The Young Vic, The New Wolsey Theatre.
Vik holds an MFA in Theatre Directing from Birkbeck, University of London and a PG Award in Teaching Shakespeare from Warwick University.
ANDREW S. WALSH – Writer
Andrew S. Walsh is an award-winning writer/director with credits across film, television, theatre, radio, animation and videogames. A man of many job titles he has appeared as writer, director, speech designer, narrative designer, narrative producer, story consultant, script editor, motion capture director, camera director, voice director, story producer, storyliner, story editor and once mysteriously as ‘t – by’, something which he attributes to being a tea drinking Englishman. To date he has worked on videogames such as Prince of Persia, Lego City:Undercover, Risen, Harry Potter, and the upcoming Fable Legends. His film work includes the English version of Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva, while his time in television has embraced a wide-range of accents from Yorkshire men in woolly hats (Emmerdale), Geordie school kids (Byker Grove), a bunch of Canadians (Risk) and some proper Londoners (Family Affairs). His theatre work includes Wind in the Willows for Sixteenfeet as well as Five Bites Over Lunch for the Ben Kingsley Theatre, Summoning Cananaza (Chaincourt), Loom! The Musical (Styal Mill) and Faerie, Luv Story, Knocking on Heaven’s Door, Party Politics and The Morning After for Hell or High Water. He hopes to continue doing things like this because it means that every morning his office is wherever he dreams it to be.
NIK CORRALL – Designer
Nik studied Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts and later courses of set design at Central Saint Martins. He’s currently working on Stadium, a new play with writer Jon Barton in collaboration with ideasTap and Old Vic New Voices.
Credits include: Mucky Kid (Theatre 503), Animal Farm/Love and Information (Royal & Derngate), The Mercy Seat (Pleasance London), Dirty Great Love Story (Edinburgh Fringe), Once on this Island (Cockpit), The Death of Tintagel (People Show), The Fever (People Show), Bluey (Battersea Art Centre), Respect, Buy Nothing Day, Oliver Twist / Women of Troy / Under the concrete waiting / Caucasian Chalk Circle, David Copperfield / The Tell Tale Heart (All at ALRA)Film and TV includes: 10 O’Clock Live (Channel 4/Zeppetron) plus various Short films and Music Promos.
JEN DAVIS – Associate Director
Jen graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2013, after reading Drama and Theatre Arts. During her undergrad she directed a number of student plays and since then has directed four short plays: How It Turned Out (RealDeal Theatre), Cheers (Attic Theatre), Self Reflection (Theatre Exchange) and The Pudding Club (Lost Theatre). She is also part of the Birmingham REP’s artist development programme: Foundry, where she showcases work monthly. Her most recent work includes assisting Marina Caldarone on City of Angels at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and directing her first full length play Sweet Rockall- a new political satire by David Gray. Jen was Assistant Producer on First Draft for Sixteenfeet directin two of the winning short plays.
MATTHEW LLEWELLYN SMITH – Stage Manager
Matt is from Stevenage, Hertfordshire. He studied Theatre Design and Production at Trinity College, Carmarthen. This is Matt’s fifth summer in Brockwell Park having previously stage managed both Sixteenfeet’s productions of Wind in the Willows and the 2010 and 2013 productions of Alice in the Walled Garden. In the past year Matt’s stage managed Wash and Blown Away (both Alkmaar, Holland) Winston on the Run (UK Tour), and The Ballad of Martha Brown (UK Tour). Other Stage Management highlights include Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen, and Martin McDonagh’s The Lonesome West (both at the Tabard Theatre, London), 1936: The Berlin Olympics (Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells), When the Fallen Sang (St Giles-in-the-Fields), seven pantomimes at the Hawthorne Theatre, Welwyn Garden City and UK tours of The Black Curtain, Moonfleet and The Secret Garden (all with Angel Exit Theatre).
CHLOE TURNER- Assistant Stage Manager
Chloe has recently graduated from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA), with a foundation degree in Stage Management and Technical Theatre. This is her first time working with Sixteenfeet Productions. Whilst at ALRA, Chloe completed a work placement at Battersea Arts Centre on their Christmas production of The Good Neighbour as an ASM. After this Chloe worked as stage manager on the book for Islington Community Theatre, and has also worked in events as production manager for Wandsworth Arts Festival launch.
SAM DAWOOD – Production Assistant
Sam recently completed her Foundation Diploma in Performance Design and Practice at Central Saint Martins. She will commence her degree in Technical Arts and Special Effects at Wimbledon College of Arts in September.
Sam hopes to work as a freelance artist/designer within the theatre and film industries.
LAUREN ELLA-JACKSON – Production Assistant
Lauren has just finished her Art Foundation at Central Saint Martins and is continuing on to a BA at St Martins in September specialising in Performance Design and Practice.
Lauren has recently worked with The Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, Grimm Productions, Punchdrunk and The National Youth Theatre and is interested in working in design within Theatre, Television and Film.