Here’s the cast list for our production of A Few Good Men by Aaron Sorkin: Harold Dawson: Stewart Kerr Louden Downey: Adrian MacDonald Matthew Markinson: David Grimes William Santiago: James Scott Nathan Jessep: Ian Fallon Jonathan Kendrick: Steven Croall Sam Weinberg: John Campbell Daniel Kaffee: Michael Davies Joanne Galloway: Abbye Eva Isaac Whitaker: Steve Griffin Jack Ross: Larry Weil Jeffrey Howard: Dale McQueen Julius Randolph: Gregor Haddow Walter Stone: David Doherty Tom and… Read more →
We are really excited to announce auditions for our 2017 production – Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men! The play will be performed at Assembly Roxy from February 8th to 11th, 2017. Auditions will take place September 6th and 8th from 7pm to 9pm at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (43-45 High Street, EH1 1SR). You will be asked to read some… Read more →
Here are the character descriptions and very loose age ranges: Harold Dawson: Early 20s. Marine who attacks Santiago. Believes in the importance of the code and the corps. Downey’s superior. Louden Downey: Early 20s. Marine who attacks Santiago. Believes in the importance of the code and the corps. Matthew Markinson: 40s. Marine with strong feelings about what happened to Santiago. Outranked… Read more →
Here are some reviews from our 2016 show “In Love And Warcraft” by Madhuri Shekar A very funny, very thought provoking play — DownTheTubes.net Roston’s direction ensures that this is brought out well and with great humour — AllEdinburghTheatre.com Read more →
We open tonight! The cast are abuzz with excitement and here’s the final video introducing Ryan, Evie’s online “boyfriend”. Enjoy then get along to Assembly Roxy tonight, tomorrow or Saturday at 7.30pm
Georgina Grisold talks us through her character Kitty in Madhuri Shekar’s play about the strange social behaviors spawned by internet culture.
*Video contains strong language*
Meet Raul – there’s always that one guy that makes you throw your rulebook out the window.
Hamish Hawk and Abbye Eva talk us through their multiple character roles in Madhuri Shekar’s play about the strange social behaviors spawned by the internet culture.
Beam Theatre is proud to host their second production featuring a sextet of students living on and off-screen.
Sarah-Louise Cairney discusses her character, Evie in Madhuri Shekar’s play about the strange social behaviors spawned by internet culture.
February 4-6th 2016, 7:30pm
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After an amazing round of auditions, we are proud to share the cast for our 2016 play. Read more →