Michelle Witton :: Beatrice Tinsley 
Michelle started acting Australia, including summer courses at NIDA and tuition from prominent Australian screen actor, Steve Bisley. She came to the UK for a scholarship in law at Cambridge. At Cambridge, Michelle produced, directed and acted appeared in productions at the ADC Theatre and with the comedy Footlights. Michelle is a member of BAFTA and is interested in developing and producing theatre and film projects.

Matt Wilson :: Brian Tinsley 
Since graduating from Toi Whakaari the New Zealand Drama School in 1999 Matt has worked extensively in professional theatres throughout NZ, with forays into television and film. Notable performance include Hamlet for the Fortune Theatre (title role), Stones in his Pockets for the Fortune Court Theatres (Jake), Vincent in Brixton for Circa Theatre (title role) for which he received the Chapman Tripp award for outstanding performance. This is Matt's second London premiere of an outstanding NZ play following Kate and Mrs Jones at the Pacific Playhouse in 2008.

Brendan Gregory :: Reverend Hill 
Brendan has appeared in more than twenty movies for cinema and television, including Princess of Thieves with Keira Knightly and Lisa Gornick’s iconic Do I Love You. He has been in several series on television in the UK, including The Knock and Anatomy of a Crime. His stage work ranges, from the Athol Fugard’s The Road to Mecca at the Hackney Empire to touring Wales with Volcano Theatre and spending a season in Ireland at Galway’s Druid Theatre Company. In January 2010 Brendan played a Prospero-like figure in David Blyth’s latest psychedelic horror Wound, shot in Auckland and given its European premiere at Frightfest at the Empire, Leicester Square.

Jeff Mash :: Professor Furstmere 
Jeff is an American actor living in London. Over the past three years, he has appeared in the UK stage in these productions; Pariah Arcola Theatre (directed by Allan Corduner), The Odd Couple at The Mill at Sonning (directed by Anthony Valentine), Califorina Suite at Bridewell, Oleanna in Edinburgh, The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam's Dice at Petameters, Reunion and True West at Caravanserai and Doctor Faustus at Bridewell. Jeff has also appeared in a number of short films shot in the UK including the features Eve and The Oracle.

Kate Harper :: Andrea 
Kate is a founding member of The Magic Theatre of San Francisco. Before coming to London she was a member of the company of the American Conservatory Theatre. Her UK credits include Television: Inspector Morse, Poirot, Oppenheimer, Tender is the Night and Pulaski (BBC). Stage: The Trestle at Pope Lick Creak at Southwark Playhouse, ii Samuel 11, etc. and The Sweetest Swing in Baseball at The Royal Court and Fatal Attraction at London Haymarket. Film: Stiff Upper Lip, The Good Night and Last Chance Harvey. She has appeared in numerous BBC radio plays and is a reader of audio books.