Casanova Dreaming
Edinburgh Fringe 2018
Cast and Crew
about the play

6 - 25 August (not 12 or 19); 2.15pm (50m) theSpace on Niddry Street (venue 9)
Previews (6 - 7 Aug): 7.50 (6.00); Run (8 - 25 Aug, not 12 or 19): 9.00 (7.00)
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Patrick Bergamo

"I am an Italian/Scottish actor, born in Florence and living in the UK for the last nine years. I trained in acting at the Edinburgh Telford College, since when I have been in various short films, a feature film set in Preston, The Blackout, and a play, Nel mentre di specchi, which had a three week run in Florence. I have also appeared in the Amazon tv series Mozart in the Jungle. I am a very sportive person; I enjoy playing football, climbing and swimming. But most of all I enjoy the sun:-)"
Giacomo Casanova

Patrick Bergamo

Junior Cross

Junior Cross is an Argentine actress with large trajectory in the independent theatre scene in Buenos Aires. She has been part of several theatre productions such as Mujeres al final de la noche and Del miedo y sus racimos as well as several music videos and short films. She started studying acting at young age in Teatro Las Nobles Bestias in Buenos Aires in the late nineties. Junior has collaborated with many Cafe-Concert and variety theatres companies in the Buenos Aires independent scene. She moved to Edinburgh in 2017 and has since been involved in a variety of TV, short film and theatre projects.
Anna Maria / Cecilia / Sara*


Nick Forrest

Nick is excited to be returning to Edinburgh Fringe after his acclaimed performance as Frank in Educating Rita. He is fresh off the boards from Arkle Theatre Company's Travels With My Aunt this year, in which he played one quarter of Henry, as well as five other male and female roles. Previous theatrical work includes Equus and Don't Feed The Fish. Nick has played the lead role in five short films over the last five years, with writing and directorial credits on others. Coffin Up by Dead Square won the Edinburgh 48 Hour Film Project, and saw Nick travelling to Hollywood for the international finals. He has trained with Acting Out (Edinburgh) and Acting Coach Scotland. As a voiceover artist Nick may be heard on various platforms from government information videos to local radio ads.
Bragadin / Lorenzo / Cesare / Agar / Branicki

Nick Forrest

Creighton King

Creighton King, performing in his Fringe debut, has studied with Bristol Old Vic Theater School, Acting Out (Edinburgh), UK Screen Acting Academy and Stage Fight Scotland. Discovering a love of Shakespeare a few years ago revitalized his passion for acting and he relishes exploring the wide variety of roles available for a mature character actor. He has played Theseus in Midsummer Night's Dream and received an outstanding review for his Pseudolus in Stephen Sondheim's A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. He enjoys the annual madness that is Pantomime and is currently working on the ambitious Ayr based feature film Love, My Way in a Northern Town. Originally from the Isle of Wight, Creighton is a freelance Pilates Instructor based in Inverness and in his spare time enjoys playing saxophone and drums.
Chevalier de Seingalt

Creighton King

Sarah Stanton

Sarah is thrilled to be making her UK theatrical debut in Casanova Dreaming. Over the years she has worked in theatre in the US and Canada, where her credits include The Trojan Women (Cassandra), The Crucible (Mary Warren), Noises Off (Poppy), Romeo and Juliet (Juliet), and The Merry Wives of Windsor (Mistress Ford). She moved to Edinburgh in January 2017 and is looking forward to many future adventures
Henriette / Nun / Sara*


Polina Sulim

Polina graduated from the Belarussian University of Culture and Arts in 2015. She has finished courses in TV hosting, appeared in live TV shows and had roles in the Russian TV series Returning of Muhctar - 2 and From Moscow to Forefront, and lead roles in TV commercials. She is also an established model in Belarus. In October 2017 Polina moved to Edinburgh, the city she fell in love with, and had to start again from the beginning. Her British theatrical debut was as Greed in Dr Faustus in March 2018. She is proud and excited to be part of the Edinburgh Fringe, in both Casanova Dreaming and Arbery Productions' updated version of the classic comedy Volpone.
Bellino / Charpillon / Sara*


Beverley Wright

Beverley is delighted to be returning to Arbery Productions, having previously played Ma Peck in the company's 2016 Fringe Production of Priestley's award winning The Rose and Crown. She looks forward to being part of a talented cast in this exciting new play. Bev made her stage debut (aged 4) as a Poppy in a ballet staged at the Usher Hall and since then has appeared in many productions across a variety of genres, including comedy, drama, Shakespeare, panto, Restoration comedy and farce. Most recent roles include Barbara Cartland (Bothered and Bewildered), Miss Prism (The Importance of Being Ernest), and Audrey (Ten Times Table). When not treading the boards Bev can be found singing with Rock/Blues band Nobody's Business or with trio Spooky Blue in and around Edinburgh, where she lives with her husband and son.
Marquise d'Urfé / Mrs Cornelys



* The part of Sara will be taken by a different actress each night.

Martin Foreman

Setting aside short-lived and embarrassing forays in his youth, Martin's involvement in theatre began with acting courses in 2011. These led to various roles in fringe theatre in London before he returned to Edinburgh in 2014. Although he still acts occasionally, he devotes more time to playwriting and directing. This has led to several successes at the Fringe, including a trilogy of one-man plays, Desire and Pursuit, in 2014, J B Priestley's The Rose and Crown in 2106 and Volpone in 2017. As a playwright he won the 2012 London Solo Festival New Writing Award and the 2018 Pitlochry Festival Theatre Short Play Award. He is also the author of two novels and two short story collections.
Director


Rosa Alexander

Rosa has worked in theatre in Bristol and Hebden Bridge. She has recently moved to Edinburgh and is looking forward to getting involved in a new project in the world's biggest drama festival.
Assistant Director


Max Brading

biography to come
Sound Design

photo to come

we are looking for
assistant producer
wardrobe manager
stagehands
understudies

for 2018 Edinburgh Fringe
minimal pay

Ben Jonson's Volpone adapted by Martin Foreman

All Edinburgh Theatre

Playscript of the new adaptation
of the classic comedy, with
Mosca and Corbaccia now women


This production company has signed up to the Protecting Actors Fringe Charter, helping to ensure all cast and crew involved operate under safe and fair working conditions.
Protecting Actors : SHIELD:9899









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