Stephanie Greer first worked with Kevin Dyer over a decade ago. She is delighted to join him on this production and to make her debut for Farnham Maltings. Her theatre work includes And Now It’s All This (Liverpool and Los Angeles), The Disappearance of Sadie Jones (national tour), Ajax (Altitude North/National Theatre of Cyprus), Twisted Christmas (Liverpool Playhouse), and Beauty and the Beast (The Dukes). Films include Deadlock (Directors UK/BAFTA) and The Surface of Impenetrable Things (RTS winner). Radio includes Love Thy Synth (BBC) and Liverpool to Dieppe (BBC).
Sam C. Wilson
Sam C. Wilson grew up in Cardiff and trained at Drama Centre London. He recently starred in an episode of Banged Up Abroad for National Geographic. His other TV credits include Hanna (Amazon Prime), Don’t Forget the Driver (BBC2), Stella (Sky1) and The Diary Of My Broken Vagina (Channel 4). Theatre includes Wave Me Goodbye (Theatr Clwyd), Mood Kill (Snippet Theatre Company), Sideways Momentum (The Bunker Theatre), Gorillaz Live (Block9) and Romeo and Juliet (Union Theatre).
Samantha Trussler grew up in Ash Vale whilst her Dad was serving with the Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers based at Aldershot. Samantha’s grandfather, uncle and brother-in-law also served in the Army and the RAF. Samantha has often worked either for or alongside the Armed Forces. She founded the Aldershot Military Wives’ Choir in 2012 and has supported a number of military charities with fundraising and event organising. She was awarded an Eagle Radio Local Hero Award for Arts and Music for her work with the choir.
Members of the company in rehearsal
(photos by Alex Harvey-Brown)