Tom Mannion, Brid Brennan and More Star in ALL MY SONS at Regent's Park Open Air, Beg. Tonight
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre's 2014 production of All My Sons opens tonight, 15 May.
Tom Mannion and Brid Brennan will play Joe and Kate Keller along with Charles Aitken who will play their son, Chris.Amy Nuttall will play the role of Ann Deever. All My Sons will run from today, 15 May to 7 June and will be directed by Artistic Director Timothy Sheader with set and costume by Lizzie Clachan whose credits include Edward II, Port and A Woman Killed with Kindness (National Theatre), A Season in the Congo (Young Vic) and Happy Days (Sheffield Crucible) for which she won the TMA Best Design Award.
Tom Mannion is a distinguished theatre actor with recent stage roles including Victor in Arthur Miller's The Price (UK Tour), Inspector Goole in An Inspector Calls (UK Tour), Niels Bohr in Copenhagen (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh), Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare's Globe) and numerous productions at the Royal Shakespeare Company includingThe Night of My Soul, Julius Caesar, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Duchess of Malfi, Othello, Philistines, The Danton Affair and The Tempest. Tom has previously appeared at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre in Two Gentlemen of Verona,Bartholomew Fair, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Much Ado About Nothing.
Brid Brennan is a Tony Award-winning Irish actress who has appeared in Dancing at Lughnasa (Broadway) for which she won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play, Rutherford and Son (National Theatre) and The Little Foxes(Donmar Warehouse) both of which earned her an Olivier Award nomination. Brid's further theatre credits include Sweet Bird of Youth (Old Vic), Henry V (Shakespeare's Globe), Bliss (Royal Court) and Doubt (The Abbey Theatre, Dublin) and film roles include Dancing at Lughnasa and Shadow Dancer.
Charles Aitken's has performed on stage in Sweet Bird of Youth (Old Vic), Events While Guarding the Bofors Gun(Finborough), King Lear and As You Like It (Royal Shakespeare Company / Roundhouse / New York) and Othello (Frantic Assembly). Charles' television credits include Foyle's War and Bonkers.
Amy Nuttall's theatre credits include Noises Off (Old Vic), A Streetcar Named Desire (Bolton Octagon), My Fair Lady (UK Tour), Cabaret (Lyric Theatre) and Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly Theatre), with television roles including Downton Abbey.
Other casting includes Andy McKeane as George Deever, Simon Wilson as Dr Jim Bayliss, Tilly Blackwood as Sue Bayliss, Maddie Rice as Lydia Lubey, Matt Cross as Frank Lubey and Charles Maddox, Ewan Harris and Johnny Peat will share the role of Bert.
For further information, visit www.openairtheatre.com.