For Frequency Theatre: ACTOR ~ DIRECTOR ~ PLAYWRIGHT
Tom has worked with Frequency Theatre for a number of years as a performer, director and writer. He also appeared in the Mercury’s Hotbed festival, directed and acted in Shakespeare at the Lakeside Theatre at the University of Essex and now is building a reputation as a local Comic.
Finnegan is dead. The wife, the former wife, and the business partner have all assembled to pay their last ‘respects’.
Guy is drunk, John has left, and Guy hates Katherine Heigl.
Art, Islam and a cardboard box. What could possibly go wrong?
Two friends verbally play-fighting, dancing close to the line of what is acceptable.
“That's my duty; to do my job to the best that I can. Shut out all morality.”
An innocent phone call on the way home becomes a record of something much worse in Frequency Theatre's first horror play.
he walls are creaking, the roof is leaking, but the landlady is in denial that there is anything wrong with her property.