Imogen Russell Williams, Director
Imogen has been fascinated by classical and Renaissance tragedy for a long time. So far, she has directed Anouilh's Antigone, John Ford's Tis Pity She's a Whore, Shakespeare's Othello, and Elizabeth Cary's The Tragedy of Mariam, as well as some more contemporary shows - Orton's Entertaining Mr Sloane, Pinter's The Homecoming, and Sean Mathias' Infidelities. She has a degree in Classics and English, and met Bryony, Alli and Cate on the RADA/King's Text and Performance Master's course. Imogen also writes arts blogs for The Guardian.

Bryony Markwick, Writer
Bryony Markwick has a BA in English from Peterhouse Cambridge and an MA in Text and Performance from RADA and Kings College London. During her undergraduate degree she attended the Marlowe Society Scriptlab and was amongst the writers chosen to direct and put on their own work for a single 'New Talent' night at the ADC - this short play was titled 'Expensive Experience'. She is now focusing her attentions on writing. Her interests include Greek tragedy, experimental theatre, Sarah Kane, Shakespeare, Moira Buffini, and David Mamet.

Cate DiGirolamo, Designer
Cate has a BA in Film and Theatre Arts from the University of Pittsburgh and will be completing a graduate diploma in Technical Theatre Arts from RADA this July with an emphasis on electrics and design. During her time at RADA she has worked as sound, lighting, and AV designer as well as production electrician, and has spent time on work placement at the Royal Court.

Allison Smith, Sound Design
Allison Smith is a writer and director who received her MA in Text and Performance from RADA and King's College, London. The Duchess of Malfi was her first - but hopefully not last - foray into sound design.

Nash Haukozi-Jones, Costume Designer and Head of Wardrobe
After qualifying in both a Fashion Design Foundation Degree and BA in Surface Design at University of the Arts London, Nash established a design collective and began to focus on exhibition display. Following a stint working on the popular BBC television show What Not To Wear, Nash is now a Buyer and Stylist for a London-based boutique specialising in vintage couture designs. The Duchess of Malfi was her first production for Have Your Cake Theatre.




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