Production Profiles: Cast Member Nathan Thomas

London based, British born. Actor, model and youth worker, Nathan Thomas grew up in London with Jamaican parents. He attended and trained at both Morley Drama studio and Anna Shears Drama school. As an actor he has participated in various forms of productions from stage, film, TV and an interactive radio play. Nathan discovered his passion for performing arts when he was a small child being cast for his school nativity play. Ever since Nathan has been pursing this passion with great enthusiasm and determination. He continues to nurture and develop his skills.

Nathan will be playing Sammy in White Witch at the Chelsea Theatre from April 4th until April 30th.

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White Witch Full Cast List

We are delighted to announce the full cast list for White Witch:

Elisa Boyd will be playing Annie Palmer
Robert Maskell will be playing Simon Palmer
Helena Dowling will be playing Chloe
Craig Abbot will be playing Dawes
Lavern Archer will be playing Princess
Charles Tomlin will be playing Rhone
Darien Charles will be playing Cupid
Nathan Thomas will be playing Sammy
Merric Boyd will be playing The Doctor

About the play

From acclaimed Jamaican writer Barry Reckord it tells the story of a young white woman who falls in love with a black man at a time when their love is forbidden. The play deals with fallout from their relationship from forced marriage to barbaric punishments which provoked communities and inspired uprisings. Based on a true story set around Rose hall in 18th century Jamaica it is a tale of mysticism, love, cruelty and revenge cast against the unforgiving backdrop of the transatlantic slave trade. This powerful, moving and thought provoking play is a must see

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You can also read the first of our cast profiles about Elisa Boyd here

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Production Profiles: Cast Member Elisa Boyd



Elisa honed her craft by training at the University of Birmingham and ArtsEd. London. She has made numerous Theatre and TV and Film appearances.

Her theatre credits include A Christmas Carol at the Rose Theatre in Kingston and Trafalgar Studios in London, Sweet Charity at the New Wolsey Theatre in Suffolk, The Borrowers at the Northern Stage Theatre in Newcastle, Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation and Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime for the No. 1 Tour, A Big Day For The Goldbergs at the New End Theatre in London, Sunset Boulevard at the Watermill Theatre in West Berkshire which also had a transfer to the West End at the the Comedy Theatre (now the Harold Pinter Theatre), She Stoops to Conquer at the Birmingham Rep, ISL laboratory at the Almeida Theatre in London and for the Sydney Theatre Company, Amadeus at the Wiltons Music Hall, Five Thirty and Gift of The Magi at the King’s Head in London and a UK Tour as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet.

Her TV credits include Orchestra for production company Tiger Aspect and US comedy Good Job, Thanks!

Her Film Credits include London to Brighton, Sogni D’oro, Art In Heaven, Children Of Sorrow, Lola Malady, Standing Room Only, The Sun Always Shines and Galatea.

She is also an award winning writer and director. Her first film as writer – director (Sogni D’Oro – Dreams of Gold) won Best Drama at the Portobello Film Festival in London and her second- Art in Heaven- is currently touring the International festival circuit.

Elisa Boyd will be starring as Annie Palmer in White Witch at the Chelsea Theatre from April 4th until April 30th.

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Production Profiles: Cast Member Allison Mason


As part of our continuing series production profiles we take a look at actress Allison Mason. Allison will be playing the role of Mambo Cecile in the play Black Spartacus.

Alison has been since 1994 appearing as Vinette in Bups 2 directed by Hyacinth Brown for Spanish town Theatre. Since then she has appeared in 17 plays between 1994 and 2013 including Jealousy in 1999 for Productions Backstage,  Guilty 2009 for Blue mountain theatre and most recently Sissy Tannock again for blue mountain theatre.

Between 1991 and 1998 she co-presented on a weekly radio show for Powerjam FM. She has also done radio work for Bri FM and Rockers FM between 1998.

Her TV appearances include Nutty Dreadful for IC3 Cable TV in 1997, Win Win for TVJ Jamaica between 2006 and 2008 and Quiz time for TV6 Trinidad between 2007 and 2008.

Her film work includes Notting Hill (1998), Malibu Webisodes (2011), Anuvahood (2011) And It’s a lot (2013).

Allison is also a musician, dancer, poet, storyteller and singer.

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Production Profiles: Cast Member Ben Onwukwe



As part of our continuing series production profiles we take a look at actor Ben Onwukwe . Ben will be playing the roles of Boukman and Jean-Jacques Dessalines in the play Black Spartacus.

Ben graduated with a BA performing Arts (Middlesex university) in 1980. He has worked extensively in various media including Theatre, radio, film and television drama.

His credits in theatre include Sunset Baby (world premiere) at the Gate theatre, Pandora’s box at the Arcola theatre,
He played Antigonus at The royal Shakespeare company in 2006 and had the honour of ‘exiting pursued by a bear!’ He has also appeared in Macbeth(out of Joint), high life (Hampstead theatre), the making of Moo (OrangeTree), Man in the middle and Sense of an Ending( theatre503).

His radio work include The LadiesNo.1 Detective Agency, which has continued on radio 4 for 10 years. He was a regular in Westway , a BBC World Service soap Opera that was broadcast to audiences from Accra to Zanzibar!!

His Television work includes The Bill, Coronation Street, Holby City, Doctors, Law and Order and most notably 10 years as ‘Recall’ in London’s Burning for London Weekend Television.

Ben can be heard on countless Audiobooks, notably he has recorded several Dreda Say Mitchell novels along with countless London- set thrillers…

Ben is proud to be portraying Titanic characters from the history of the Strugggle for Liberation that began in St Domingue(Haiti) in the 18th century.

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Production Profiles: Cast Member Darcy Charles


As part of our continuing series production profiles we take a look at actress Darcy Charles. Darcy will be playing the House servant Marie in the play Black Spartacus.

Darcy has been a performer since the age of four, studying at and performing for the International School of Ballet in her early years. Her interest in acting was captured from the age of 7 when she spent all her spare time at Centre Stage Drama School, acting, dancing and singing. This led to many performances and the opportunity to take part in variety shows in the West End.

Darcy’s professional career began from the age of 9 when she was cast in advertisements for upcoming ITV programmes, Children in Need, Training Videos and Photo Shoot advertisements for MAD Photography.

Darcy identified early on that she had a love for dance and physical theatre studying in Islington and performing with the dance group ‘Rouge’ as a finalist in the U.Dance Finale,which took place at the Royal Festival Hall in 2012. She went on to Salford University to study dance theatre, choosing this course because of the opportunities for creative collaboration and practical performances. Darcy is committed to supporting performance and live arts and has qualifications in Stage Management as well and has supported other Artists behind the scenes.

In November 2014 she performed in an Arts Council funded multi – media performance at Media City (Salford) in the Digital Performance Lab. The subject was chronic fatigue illness and the piece was directed by Chris Salt, ‘Gemma Climbs her Mountain’. She took part this year in a collaboration to showcase Salford University work with the acclaimed, cutting edge, physical dance theatre group, Twelve Degrees North at The Lowry Theatre, Salford. Further work includes performances with Company Chameleon for the re-opening of Manchester City Library in conjunction with the band ‘Everything Everything’ for a site specific piece.

For her finals at university she wrote and performed ‘Double Take’ which explored the journey of mixed heritage and racial stereotyping. This culminated in Darcy achieving a 1st class honours degree in Dance Theatre this year.

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