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, and an array of short films.
Recent theatre credits include I,Elizabeth (Edinburgh 2010 and National Tour), and Austen's Women (Edinburgh 2009, Adelaide 2010 and National Tour) both directed by Guy Masterson. 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 in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Mrs Hawkins in 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 Street Clowning. She worked with Guy Masterson as General Manager and co-producer of Theatre Tours International from 2008-2010, and enjoyed producing and tour booking so much she decided to start her own company!
She lives in St Albans with one husband and no cats.
Elton Townend Jones (Producer / Actor / Writer / Director)
Elton Townend Jones wrote and directed his first play at the age of 18, whilst studying Performing Arts in East Anglia. His first professional role was ‘Salieri’ in Cockpit Theatre’s Amadeus. Other roles include: ‘Puck’ (A Midsummer Nights Dream), ‘Herr Von Cuckoo’ (The Gingerbread Man), ‘Friar Lawrence’ (Romeo and Juliet) and TV appearances in Lovejoy, The Chief and No Bananas. He has also directed professional tours of Shakespeare, and Teechers by John Godber.
Following a B.A. (Hons) in Literature with Philosophy, he became a freelance journalist, writing about music, film and TV for Drunken Werewolf, Kasterborous, and Starburst. He blogs as 1980s teenager Ritcherd Winterfood at www.25yearstoolate.blogspot.com
Having written, directed and appeared in the short film ‘Dear Eve…’, he returned to professional theatre in 2009, writing and developing Cutting The Cord for Flying Eye Productions at the BAC, and forming Dyad Productions with Rebecca Vaughan. He is also a professional voice artist.