Meet Group 24

Grace O’Keefe, Sasha Alexis, Tom Crowhurst, Theodor Spiridon

Alright

Alright is an audio-visual journey through your senses and emotions. In this remotely site-specific piece of digital theatre, it’s just you and me and me and you. All you need for this sensory adventure is a viewing device (either a phone or laptop) and a pair of headphones. In a world where nothing is certain, take ten minutes to be assured that everything will be alright.

Available August 24

Sasha Alexis – Performer
Sasha is a professional actor, trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She was born in Moscow, Russia, where she started her acting career in theater. Seven years ago she moved to London, where she is based now, to further advance her training. After graduating she went on to become a regular player in Xameleon Theater (russian-speaking theater, based in London), as well as acting in multiple short-films, and a Russian TV-sitcom. She has a particular interest in site-specific, promenade and devised theater. At the moment she is finishing pre-production for a short-film she wrote and rehearsing for a promenade play
based on Pushkin’s tales.

Tom Crowhurst – Performer
Tom is an Actor and Poet from Swindon and is now based in Birmingham. Tom trained at the Oxford School of Drama and is also a Co-Founder of Wildcard Theatre Company. Recent credits: The Wedding (Birmingham REP/Write Away) Earth Hour (Pleasance Theatre/LET Award 2019 finalist) Moths (Feature Film), Love by Numbers (Canal Cafe), White Lies (Malting Arts), Volpone (Cockpit), Afterparty (Union Theatre), The History of the Infinite (BBC R4) State of Fear (Southwark Playhouse) Spotlight: spotlight.com/3034-3499-6140 Twitter: @tomcrowhurst692/@WildcardTheatre

Grace O’KeefeWriter
Grace O’Keefe is finishing her second master’s degree at Royal Holloway, University of London studying Theatre Directing under Katie Mitchell OBE. Originally hailing from Baltimore, MD, Grace has been active in theatre and film production as a director, actor, marketer and teacher. This month, she is also producing Royal Holloway’s Playwriting MA’s showcase with her creative partner, Erin Holland. Together, they form a production company called the Queen of Cups. The team is bringing Holland’s one woman show, Bad Teacher, to Edinburgh Fringe in 2021 at Underbelly Bristo Square. Grace will also be producing Fish
Bowl Fringe Fest, a digital fringe festival, later this year.

Theodor Spiridon – Director
Theodor Spiridon is a Romanian director. Recent work includes “Fruits or, The Decline of a Distant Memory” (RADA Studios), Mimmi Bauer’s “Mimi: the Average-Sized Mermaid” (Phoenix Arts Club) and Patrycja Dynowska’s Offie Nominated “Sh*t Happens” (Tristan Bates Theatre/Camden People’s Theatre).

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