The Company of The Tempest

Prospero – Micha Colombo

Micha trained at ALRA.


Previous Lazarus credits include: Andromache, Troilus & Cressida, Ricky Dukes, Tristan Bates Theatre. Nicanor, Coriolanus, Ricky Dukes, Tristan Bates Theatre. Exeter/Fluellen, Henry V (workshops), Ricky Dukes. Poheetohee, Polly, Sara Reimers, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre (rehearsed reading).


Previous acting credits include: Mother, Blood Wedding, Alice Sillett & Dan Hutton, UK Tour. Julia, Quarrel, Gary Mepsted, Marlborough Theatre, Brighton. Performer 1 (of 2), Whale Tale, Alice Sillett & Micha Colombo, Edinburgh Fringe.  





Miranda Alexander Da Fonseca

This is Alexander’s Lazarus debut.


Previous credits include: Chorus of Others, Fatherland, Scott Graham, Frantic Assembly/Lyric Hammersmith and Demetrius, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Philip Sheppard, RADA Youth Company



Ariel - Abigail Clay

Abigail trained at The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA)


This is Abigail’s Lazarus debut.


Previous credits include; Gwendoline, The Importance of Being Earnest, Pamela Gibbons, The Stockwell Playhouse. Lilly, Lilly's London, Cathy Kostova, Astrobox Media. Octavius, Julius Caesar, Alex Kerfoot, St Alban's Roman Theatre of Verulamium. Lucretia, May Day, Daniel Austin-Boyd, Cecil Sharp House. Gemma, The Essence of Love, Judi Christie, Quorum English Theatre Company. Abigail is a company member of ShakeItUp, The Improvised Shakespeare Show.



Caliban – Georgina Barley

Georgina Barley trained at the Drama Studio London and the National Youth Theatre.


Previous Lazarus credits include; Roger, Lord of the Flies, Ricky Dukes, Greenwich Theatre.


Previous credits include; Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, Simon Bell, Cambridge Shakespeare Festival; Guiderius, Cymbeline, Eloise Lally, Cambridge Shakespeare Festival; Fortinbras/Marcellus/Player Queen/Voltemand, Hamlet, Chris Chambers, Minack Theatre Cornwall; the Snow Queen, Christmas at Kew, Sadie Dixon-Spain, Kew Gardens; Elsa, ‘Chic to Cheek’ NYT Fundraising Gala, Adam Meggido, Café de Paris; and a number of productions with the Australian Shakespeare Company. 


Alonzo – Nikolas Salmon

Nik trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

This is Nik’s Lazarus debut.


Previous credits include: For King and Country, Paul Tomlinson, The Southwark Playhouse, Tony Lumpkin, She Stoops to Conquer, Robert Forknall, Changeling Theatre (UK Tour), Lavatch, All’s Well That End’s Well, Robert Forknall, Changeling Theatre (UK Tour), Boy/Partner/Husband, Unconscious Uncouplings, Kasia Rozycki, Arts Theatre, Billy Grenfell, In Soft Wings, Tatty Hennessy, Tristan Bates Theatre. Film/TV credits include: Gabe, Survivorz, Tudley James, TudorFilms Production Ltd, (Feature Film), Captain Awesome, Bragging Rights, James Atkins, (Short film), Josh, Quick Fix, Brad Watson, (Web Series)


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Antonio – Peace Oseyenum

Peace has trained and received a scholarship at MXM 2018 spring term for MT training and will also be an incoming student at CSSD on the acting diploma from Jan 2019.


This is Peace’s Lazarus debut.


Precious credits include: Momentary Insights, Camden fringe, TDSOS Homes, Hammersmith lyric, Unfamous, Stockwell playhouse, Ebony, Peckham Threatre, Arawelo, Barking broadway and Rich Mix Shoreditch and most recently The Prodigal, Leicester Square Theatre.



Ferdinand – Aaron Peters

Aaron Trained at Middlesex University.


This is Aaron’s Lazarus debut.


Chucks, Schrödingers Dog, Dom Riley, The White Bear Theatre. Moth, Minibeasts, Cuckoo Bang, Ben Anderson, Streatham Space Project. Multiple Roles, Sardines, Alice Wordsworth & Erin Blackmore, Drayton Arms Theatre. Simon, TRIBE, Matthew McCray & Brandon Force, London Theatre Workshop. Supernumerary, How To Hold Your Breath, Vicky Featherstone, The Royal Court Theatre


Gonzalo - Conor Hadfield

Conor Hadfield trained at The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA North) 


This is Conor’s Lazarus debut.


Previous credits include: Don Pedro, Much ado about Nothing, Joyce Branagh, Mill at the Pier. Joff, Growth, Adam Quayle, Mill at the Pier. Conor was also short listed to represent ALRA North for the Carlton Hobbs National Radio Competition. 




Trinculo - David Clayton

David trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.


Previous Lazarus credits include; The Archbishop of Canterbury, Edward II, Ricky Dukes, The Tristan Bates Theatre, The Archbishop of Canterbury, Edward II, Ricky Dukes, The Greenwich Theatre and Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Ricky Dukes, The Greenwich Theatre.


Previous credits include: George, Rats, Josh Hinds, The Ecetera Theatre. Granger, Precieuses Ridicules, Bess Roche, The Cockpit Theatre. Cliff, Dea, Edward Bond, The Sutton Theatre. Young David Cameron, AN XMAS CAROL, Dom Riley, The Old Red Lion. Improviser, The Improvised Panto!, Gael Van Den Boche, Paradise in the Vaults.


Stephano – James Alston

James Alston trained at The Guildford School of Acting (GSA)


This is James’s Lazarus debut.


Previous credits include; Company member, ShakeItUp: The Improvised Shakespeare Show, The Cat’s Back & RamJam Records. Mr Price, The House of Edgar, Ben Philipp, New Wimbledon Theatre & Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Christian, Festen, Guildford School of Acting, Katarzyna Descz. Peter Trofimov, The Cherry Orchard, Guildford School of Acting, Darrel Brockis. Multiple roles, The Spandex B*stards: Below the Belt, Camden Fringe Festival. Quince, The Dream, Alex Palmer, Cellar Door.



Sebastian – Nell Hardy

Nell trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.


Previous Lazarus credits include; Sam, Lord of the Flies, Ricky Dukes, Greenwich Theatre.


Previous credits include: Egle Queen of Serpents, LCF Costume Show, Peta Lily, Lilian Baylis Studio Sadler's Wells. Hebe, The Monkey's Paw, Laura Clifford, Bread and Roses Theatre. Dorothy, The Wizard of Oz, Paul Linghorn, Abney Park. Horatio, Hamlet, Victor Sobchak, Lion and Unicorn Theatre. Madeline/Duchess Boleville, The Fall of the House of Usher/The Masque of the Red Death, Maud Madlyn/Omar Okai, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre. Macduff, Macbeth, Thomas Attwood, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre. Alice, Alice in Wonderland, Paul Linghorn, Abney Park.