Herod - Jamie O'Neill
Jamie O'Neill trained at The Poor School.
Previous Lazarus credits include; Young Mortimer, Edward II, Ricky Dukes, Greenwich Theatre. Supervacuo, The Revengers Tragedy, Gavin Harrington-Odedra, The Brockley Jack.
Previous credits include; Emeric, Jouissance (Film), Edward Till. Alex, Ghost (Film), Anthony Z James. Arty Charlton, Destoyer Of Worlds (Film), Sam Dawes. Jay, Learning To Swim (Theatre), Greenwich and Criterion Theatre, James Haddrell. Guy, 50 Years (Theatre), Theatre Royal Stratford East, TD Moyo. Tom, Festivus (Theatre), Old Red Lion, Jon Max Spatz.
Herodias - Annemarie Anang
Annemarie Anang trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
This is Annemarie’s Lazarus debut.
Previous credits include; Tammy, Serve and Protect, Jordana Belaiche, Southwark Playhouse. Multiple Roles, Scenes from the End of the World, Sarah Davey-Hull, The Yard Theatre. Anfisa, The Three Sisters, Mike Alfreds, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. The Woman, The Wrong Way, Linda Miler, The Bunker Theatre. Ade, Hassana, Reuban & LJ Esson-Parkes.
Salomé - Bailey Pilbeam
Bailey trained at ArtsEd.
This is Bailey’s Lazarus debut.
Previous credits include; Care, Kane Husbands, The Pappy Show. Michael, The Inheritance, Stehpen Daldry, Noel Coward Theatre. Orlando, As You Like It, Jake Smith, Petersfield Shakespeare Festival.
Jokannaan - Jamal Renaldo
Jamal trained at RADA
This is Jamal’s Lazarus debut
Previous credits include; Tausili, Talune, Gafa arts collective, New Zealand embassy, Sanni Muliaumaseali’i. Shelter, Luke, Never Properly Born Theatre Company, Ash Rowbin, Tristan Bates Theatre. Mark Antony, Julius Caeser, 7th magpies Theatre company, Charlton O’Connor, Dilston Grove.
Young Soldier - Michael Howlett
Michael trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
This is Michaels Lazarus debut.
Previous credits include; Leontes, The Winters Tale, Myles O’Gorman, OSO Centre. Belville, The Rover, Ben Naylor & Anna Healey, CSSD. Messenger, Burial At Thebes, Martin Wylde, CSSD. Algernon, The Importance Of Being Ernest, Alanah Guiry, NIDA Playhouse. Father Welsh, The Lonesome West, Maeliosa Stafford, ACA. Ruben, Ruben Guthrie, Adam Cook, ACA.
Guard of Herodias - David Clayton
David Clayton trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Previous Lazarus credits include; Canterbury, Edward II, Ricky Dukes, Tristan Bates Theatre. Canterbury, Edward II, Ricky Dukes, Greenwich Theatre. Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Ricky Dukes, Greenwich Theatre. Trinculo, The Tempest, Ricky Dukes, 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.
The Official- Hattie Wilkinson
Hattie Wilkinson trained at Mountview Academy
This is Hattie’s Lazarus debut.
Previous credits include; Maria, Pericles, David Rowan, Cambridge Shakespeare Festival. Fabiana Cunningham, The Last Testament of Judas Iscariot, Katie Henry. Laura, The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband, Colette Dockery, Bridewell Theatre. Thelma, The Gift, Harry Darell The Chelsea Theatre. Ariviragus, Cymbeline, Eloise Lally, Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, Amalia, Napoli Milionaria, John Brant, Bridewell Theatre.
First Soldier - Jordan Paris
Jordan Paris trained at Drama Centre
This Jordan Paris’s Lazarus debut.
Previous credits include; James Potter u/s and Swing, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, John Tiffany, Palace Theatre London; The Wolf, Hansel & Gretel, Antony Macdonald, The Royal Opera House; Douglas, Party Time, Harry Burton, Drama Centre London; Laertes, Hamlet, Elske Waite, Edinburgh Festival and Brighton Fringe.
Second Soldier - Cal Chapman
Cal Chapman trained at ArtsEd
This is Cal Chapman’s Lazarus debut.
Previous credits include; Pete, Outfit, Shafeeq Shajahan, Theatre 503. Brett Texas, Trump’d: A Comedy Musical, Adam Wolfe, C Venues/Pumphouse Theatre/OSO Arts Centre. Bernard Floud, Benjamin Britten: Peace & Conflict, Tony Britten, Capriol Films.