Artists in Season One
Check out the artists who worked on Season One. For other seasons core team members and actors who appear in multiple seasons, click here.
Samantha Lawson plays Elizabeth Barlow. She trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and has since worked for the RSC, the National Theatre in London, English Touring Theatre and others. She currently lives in Oslo, Norway where she teaches Shakespeare and works as a freelance actor.
Dave Moskin plays Zale Indigo Ravenheart. Originally from NYC, US, he now resides in Vienna, Austria where he works as an actor and musician. Dave studied acting in New York with Jack Waltzer and plays piano, guitar, and percussion.
Robert Cudmore plays Nathaniel McBride, and assisted with sound recording on the same episode. He is a podcaster best known for the award-winning series, The Audio Drama Production Podcast. As well as producing and presenting several documentaries and dramas for radio, he is also a freelance broadcast journalist, having worked with several radio stations including BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio 4. He is currently a radio lecturer in Scotland, on top of which he is also a freelance narrator and producer of audio-books and established voice actor. Robert has starred in Edict Zero, Aftermath, Campfire Radio Theater, Hadron Gospel Hour, and A Scottish Podcast.
Megan Crain plays Alicia Cairn. She is an actress, singer, and composer/arranger from New York City where she performed in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, various theatre projects and concerts, and produced her first two solo albums. Since moving to Vienna in 2014 she has performed alongside Conchita Wurst, sung in the opening show of the Tuntenball in Graz, and has been on the stage with Open House Theatre, Theater 82er Haus, and various vocal ensembles. In 2016 she released her third solo album and created the music for the video game Sam Commander which was released in 2017. Megan lives in Vienna with her husband and their son.
Elisabeth plays Siiri. She graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London with a BA in classical acting in 2003, on top of her training in physical theatre at Circomedia in Bristol. As well as working as an actress internationally, she is the Artistic Director of The Norwegian Shakespeare Company. Selected credits: American Drama Group, Croydon Warehouse, Prussia Lane Productions, TIIS and Akershus Teater.
Elisabet plays Siiri's maker Solveig Larsen. She trained as an actress at The Russian Academy of Theatre Arts, GITIS Scandinavia in Århus. She has worked as an actress since 2005, and has been part of productions at several theatres in Norway as well as with independent theatre companies. She is also a producer and actress in her own theatre company, touring across the country. In 2014/2015 she starred in the monologue show "Den perfekte samtalen" (“The Perfect Conversation”) produced by Imploding Fictions.
Dean Clark plays Steve. He is an artist based in Oslo, with credits that range from Off-off Broadway cellar theatres to art galleries to magazines to jazz clubs to rap movies and Norwegian soap operas.
Modou Bah plays Bob Cox. He trained as an actor at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and has since worked as an actor and voice over artist for theatres, film and TV producers such as the regional touring theatre Akershus Teater in Norway, the national Norwegian broadcasting corporation NRK, the Norwegian National Theatre and Sedendu film.
Glyn plays Cecil. He has been a musician (drums and percussion) since the 1970s performing in outfits playing Cumbia, Reggae and Jazz through Soul, Rock, Blues and Funk as well as Gospel, Ska, Salsa, Celtic Soul, Andean, Urban Folk, Pop, Samba and more Fusions than you could shake a Large Hadron Collider at! He was co-founder and Editor of WorldMusic.co.uk and WorldMusicRadio.com and creator of world music radio show WorldBeatUK, currently on BrumRadio. Glyn has recently been gaining recognition as a spoken word artist and poet, publishing his first book “Still Life”, and performing as his comic Chap Hop character Armitage Spode.
Michael Smulik plays Luke. He was born in Port-Elizabeth, South-Africa in 1970, where grew up bilingually. Starting out as a musician, he moved on to acting, attending the Vienna Conservatory. He has played in German and English theatre productions accross Europe, starring in 2 award winning productions. A member of the English-Lovers, Austrias national Improv champions, he travels regularly to play and teach. He is the guitar-player, principle writer and composer for the Vienna based SchlagerPunk formation "Christian & Michael und die Emotionale Rock & ShowBand". For TV, Michael has portrayed the character "Jesus" in the internationally successful series "Schlawiner". Michael´s voice can be heard in significant documentary films and in many commercials, as well as on plattforms such as Spotify and Vienna´s Art History Museum. He rents living space in Vienna and is happily married to the talented actress Christina Laas. Photo: Marco Zimprich
Bunbury Banter Theatre Company - initial consultants
Tom Rory Parsons - additional editing and music
Christine Thorne - additional voice work
Benjamin Noble - sound recording
Elisabeth Borgen Wettre - sound technician
Brad Fehr - sound technician
Fife College for recording studio
Austin Beach and Audioblivious Productions for crowd sounds
Nordic Black Theatre / Cafeteatret for hosting our launch party
waitbutwhy.com for inspiration
Tarjei Westbye, Synnøve Fossum Eriksen and Stig Krogstad for script consultancy