Rebecca Vaughan (Producer / Actor / Writer)
Rebecca trained at ALRA following a degree in English Literature at Cardiff University. Film and television work includes the lead in Fearnort's feature film Grace's Land, the receptionist in The Interview and Jane Austen in The Dead, both for the BBC, plus an array of short films. For Dyad Productions, theatre credits include Female Gothic (Edinburgh 2013 & National Tour) The Diaries of Adam and Eve (Edinburgh 2012 and National Tour), I, Elizabeth (Edinburgh 2010, Adelaide 2011 & national tour), Austen's Women (Edinburgh 2009 and 2013, Adelaide 2010 and national tour). Other theatre credits include The Picture of Dorian Gray (Bill Kenwright, No 1 tour), Room 24 (Nuffield Theatre); Havisham (BAC). As associate artist with Lanternfish Theatre Company she played Hermia (A Midsummer Night's Dream) and Mrs Hawkins (Treasure Island). She studied physical theatre with Sachi Kimura (student of Philippe Gaulier) and continues her wider training at both The Actors Centre and City Lit, and can occasionally be found on the South Bank dabbling in a bit of Street Clowning.
Elton Townend Jones (Producer / Actor / Writer / Director)
Elton wrote and directed his first play aged 18, whilst studying Performing Arts in East Anglia. First professional role: ‘Salieri’ in Cockpit Theatre’s Amadeus. Other roles include: ‘Puck’ (A Midsummer Night's Dream), ‘Herr Von Cuckoo’ (The Gingerbread Man), and ‘Friar Lawrence’ (Romeo and Juliet). TV appearances include: Lovejoy, The Chief and Silent Witness. He has also directed professional tours of Shakespeare and Godber. As a freelance journalist, he has written for Music-Zine and Kasterborous. His film column ‘Of Flickering Silver’ is a central feature in Drunken Werewolf Magazine. He blogs as 1980s teenager Ritcherd Winterfood at www.25yearstoolate.blogspot.com He wrote, directed and appeared in the short film 'Dear Eve...' (2001), and wrote Cutting the Cord for Flying Eye at the BAC (2009). With Rebecca Vaughan he has produced all five of Dyad’s plays. In 2011 he wrote and performed in The Diaries of Adam and Eve (published by StageScripts, 2013) and in 2012 he script-edited Female Gothic. In 2013, he wrote and directed the critically-acclaimed The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe. He is also a professional voice artist.