Michael Brown is a born and raised Edinburgh native. Initially trained at Performing Arts Studio Scotland, Michael went on to study Acting & English at Edinburgh Napier University. He is returned to training to embark on the MFA Acting For Stage & Screen Course. Credits include Max in New Celts Productions’, Trojan Barbie, John Adams in Storyboard Theatre’s, The Shakespeares: Scenes From A Marriage & Duke Orsino in Some Kind Of Theatre’s, Twelfth Night.
Alisdair Halkett is a Scottish born artist of mixed heritage, currently studying his MFA in Acting for Stage and Screen at Edinburgh Napier University. He received his BA in Performing Arts at the University of East London. Throughout his undergrad, he has been in productions such as Great Expectations and Anton Chekhov’s, The Seagull. In his spare time he enjoys Warhammer and pints with his mates.
Originally from Croatia, Irena Komunjer moved to Edinburgh in August 2020 to pursue an MFA in Acting for Stage and Screen at Edinburgh Napier University. In Croatia, she played leading roles in several musical productions, such as Jekyll and Hyde (Lucy), The Little Mermaid (Ursula) and Dracula (Mina). Irena also has experience on TV, featuring in McMafia, Backstage and Uli Edel’s The Master Butcher (2019). In 2018, she spent two seasons as a show regular at the Jazz & Cabaret Club Kontesa in Zagreb, singing everything from Broadway hits to Edith Piaf. Fluent in French and Slovak, she also enjoys writing, composing, and researching 1940s fashion in her spare time.
Cameron was born and raised on the Isle of Man and is currently studying MFA Acting for Stage and Screen at Edinburgh Napier University. Cameron previously studied a BA Drama at The University of Huddersfield. Performing since the age of six, he has had the opportunity to play a wide variety of roles on both stage and short films. He has also received training in reporting from Into Film, an organisation funded by the British Film Institute, which gave him the opportunity to interview celebs on the red carpet like James Franco and Rachel Weiz.
Kaycee Renee Wilson
Kaycee Renee Wilson is new to Scotland, coming from Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and is currently getting her MFA in Acting for Stage and Screen at Edinburgh Napier University. Some of her favorite past roles include Miss Jones (How to Succeed) in which she was nominated for the Richard Maltby Excellence in Musical Theatre award, Cecily (Importance Of Being Earnest), Emma (Pterodactyls), Woman 1 (Songs for a New World), and Ariel (The Little Mermaid). She also directed a production of Newsies at A Common Thread Theatre Company in 2019.