Nominated for Best New Play in London's Off West End awards!

Barbara Hatwell
Gregory Cox
Fiona Watson
Andrew Robb
Joel Dyer

Directed by Scott Williams & Dominique Gerrard

Edmund Dehn Leo

Edmund trained at LAMDA after taking a Cambridge history degree. Stage roles have included Prospero in The Tempest, title roles in Coriolanus, The Alchemist, The Book of Job, Becket in Murder in the Cathedral, MacHeath in Beggars Opera and Barney Cashman in Last of the Red Hot Lovers. He has worked professionally in the UK, the US, Germany, the Netherlands, Hungary, Russia and South Africa. In 2009, he won Best Supporting Actor for his role in the feature film Lovelorn. Other feature films include principal roles in Spoon, (with Rutger Hauer), Seven Africans, and Cradle of Fear. He has recently finished shooting on the Judge Minty Fan Film. Edmund has read many audiobooks, including the Gormenghast Trilogy, unabridged. He also read Part 4 of the trilogy, Titus Awakes, first published in 2011. Long ago, he was a regular on the children's TV series Knightmare.

Joel Dyer Alex

Joel has acted from a young age appearing in shows such as Accrington Pals, The Libertine, Much Ado About Nothing, Rent and Ladies Down Under. He trained at RADA where he played Portia in a gender-reversed Julius Caesar and Dr. Tim Marcus in Earthquakes In London. Sleeping Dogs marks his debut professional performance.

Barbara Hatwell Roz

Barbara trained at Arts Ed and ASAD. Stage roles include Merteuill in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Bertha in Boeing Boeing, Lady India in Ring Round The Moon, Mrs Alving in Ghosts, and Aunt Julle in Hedda Gabler. Recent TV appearances include Appropriate Adult (Granada), Eastenders (BBC 1), and Donít Worry About Me (BBC 2). She is best known for playing Anthea Dixon in 140 episodes of Brookside (Channel 4)

Andrew William Robb Andy

Theatre credits include The Vegemite Tales, The Ides of March, Dimboola,
Wolf Lullaby, Mr Melancholy, Wrecked, Gulls and The Singularity. Other
credits include Eastenders (BBC), The Basil Brush Show (CBBC), We Are Water,
To Make Them Smile Again (all for BBC World Service) and Elsewhere (BBC
Radio 4).

Fiona Watson Anna

Fiona studied physical theatre at Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris, recently completed the Impulse Companyís 2 yr training in Meisner technique and is an associate artist with tangled feet theatre company. She has 25 years experience as a performer working with companies including Birmingham Rep, Liverpool Playhouse, Chester Gateway Theatre, and Contact Theatre. TV includes Coronation Street and The Bill.

Scott Williams Director

Scott founded The Impulse Company shortly after his arrival in London in 1996. †He has directed and taught all over the world, most recently at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival (Measure for Measure), New York Stage and Film (Painted From Memory), and at Hong Kong's Caught In The Act (Ancient History). †In London, he has directed dozens of plays, including Five O'Clock Angel†(with Nichola McAuliffe), which had a six-month tour throughout the UK. †Scott†is moving The Impulse Company into international work, with regular stops in Paris, Sydney, New York, and Hong Kong. †He trained with Sanford Meisner and with William Ball at American Conservatory Theatre, and has advanced degrees from San Francisco State University.

Dominique Gerrard Director

Dominique trained as an actress with The Actorsí Company (2001) and The Impulse Company (2011). Directing credits include Looking after the Pooters (Maltings Arts Theatre), Finding the Geocache (Union Theatre), Too Fast (National Theatre Connections). She has directed various productions for The Questors Theatre, including Ladiesí Day, The Railway Children, The Pierglass, Cogner au Plafond (Award winning), The Goat Boy and Scenes from the Fair. She also recently directed walkabout actors for Hayes Carnival and Uxbridge Street Festival. She is co-founder of Endpaper Theatre which produces original plays inspired by literature.

Brenda Gottsche Writer

From training manuals to training videos to comedy sketches to plays! That's been the journey. Brenda's first play "The Fulham Jesus" , first performed at Baron's Court, went on to be produced in the USA and Australia. Her next next two plays were produced in London "Hot Property" (Old Red Lion) and "The Max Factor" (Baron's Court) . Brenda is an Aussie/Canuck/London hybrid. And she drives a Prius!