Cast and Creatives

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Beatrice Celia Cruwys-Finnigan

Previous RSC includes: Miss Littlewood, Boundless as the Sea (2023)

Theatre includes: Robin Hood (Theatre Clwyd); Peter Rabbit (Histrionic Productions); Bridgerton (Secret Cinema); The Beggar’s Opera (Selladoor); Jane Eyre (Blackeyed Theatre); The Railway Children (The Brewhouse Taunton); Private Lives (The Mill At Sonning); Jack and the Beanstalk (Queens Theatre Hornchurch); The Secret Garden, The Brothers Grimm Present: Cinderella (The Barn Theatre Cirencester); Robin Hood and the Babes in The Wood (Stafford Gatehouse); Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story (UK Tour); The Great Gatsby (UK Tour) 

TV includes: The Walkers (SKY 1) 

Trained: Rose Bruford College 

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Romeo Job Greuter

This is Job's RSC debut season.

Job was born in Amstelveen, The Netherlands. He completed two bachelor’s degrees with distinction at the Codarts Conservatoire of Rotterdam: Musical Theater (acting & singing) and Classical Music (cello). He also holds an MA in Musical Theatre with distinction from the Royal Academy of Music in London, UK.  

After graduating from his BA in Musical Theater in 2018, he worked as both a performer (acting, singing, piano & cello) and as a writer/composer of new musical theatre material. His musical A Kind of Odyssey - "a modern musical in molto bad-ass” premiered in Amsterdam in 2022.

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Benedick Chris Jenkins

This is Chris's RSC debut.

Theatre includes (West End and London): Groundhog Day (Old Vic Theatre); Hex (National Theatre); Jack Absolute Flies Again (National Theatre); Riley in All That (Kings Head Theatre); tick tick…BOOM! (Park Theatre); The Burnt Part Boys (Park Theatre); War Of The Worlds (Dominion Theatre); Billy Elliot: The Musical (Victoria Palace); Spamalot (Playhouse); Emma Rice’s The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Gielgud); The Cradle Will Rock (Arcola Theatre); Super Alice Smith (Trafalgar Studios); Roméo et Juliette, Simon Boccanegra, Aida (Royal Opera House); Chess in Concert, The Beatles Philharmonic 50th Anniversary Tribute (Royal Albert Hall) 

Other Theatre includes: Beauty and the Beast (The Capitol, Horsham); Titanic The Musical (China Tour); Cinderella (Woking Theatre); The Return of the Soldier (Hope Mill/New Wolsey); The Arcadians  (Wilton’s Music Hall); Candide (Iford Arts); Cinderella (Hackney Empire); Dick Whittington (Milton Keynes Theatre); South Pacific (Barbican/UK Tour); The Last Five Years (Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury); Moliere’s The Sicilian (Tour); Peter Pan (Liverpool Empire); World Premiere of Come Fly With Me, Tickledom (Wales Millennium Centre); A Midsummer’s Night Dream (Welsh Tour) 

TV and film includes: It’s A Sin (Red Production Co/HBO Max); Sanditon (ITV/Red Planet Pictures) 

Workshops: Love Is Only Love (Jason Morell); The Witches (National Theatre); Séance On A Wet Afternoon (Schwartz/Tarento Productions); Killing The Cat (S&S Productions); The Danish Girl (New Theatre Peterborough); Zelda: A Post-Modern Musical (The Other Palace); Glory Ride (Charing Cross Theatre); Here (Curve Theatre/The Other Palace); The Happy Prince (Maria Friedman/Drew McOnie/The Stable Musicals); Devil’s Advocate (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) 

Films include: Cigarettes at a Dinners Party (Aida Rocci); Mab Hudel (BFI London Film Festival Selection – Ed Rowe/Palores Productions); Settled (Ruri James/Blotched Ink); Loose Ends (Kim Strobl/Central Film School London) 

Recordings: Billy Elliot Live (Universal/Working Title); Chess in Concert (Warner Music)

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Juliet Bethany Linsdell

RSC includes: Miss Littlewood, Boundless as the Sea, A Christmas Carol (2018, 2019 & 2022) 

Theatre includes: The Wizard of Oz (Leeds Playhouse), The Wind in The Willows (London Palladium/UK Tour); Guys and Dolls (UK Tour), Saturday Night Fever (UK Tour); Oliver! (Curve Leicester); Aladdin (Tameside Hippodrome); Magic of the Musicals (Royal Albert Hall); Kerry Ellis in Concert (London Palladium), The Olivier Awards (Theatre Royal Drury Lane, The Royal Albert Hall). 

Workshops: Candide (Menier Chocolate Factory), Coraline (Leeds Playhouse)  

Radio includes: Friday Night is Music Night (BBC Radio 2), Magic of the Musicals (Magic FM) 

Television includes: Blue Peter 

Cast Recordings: The Wind in the Willows (Original West End recording), Macbeth: Music & Speeches CD (RSC 2018) 

Trained at: Arts Educational School London



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Helena Eliza Waters

RSC includes: Miss Littlewood, Boundless as the Sea 

Eliza graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in 2019, where she was a Disney Theatrical Productions Scholar. Her recent credits include Nativity! at the Birmingham Rep and Heathers at The Other Palace. 

Credits whilst training include: Reunion, Martha in the Dark and City of Angels by Cy Coleman (dir. Bruce Guthrie). 

Eliza originally trained as a stage manager and has worked in this capacity on plays, musicals, operas and on various productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company and the BBC. 







Boundless as the Sea

From Shakespeare’s plays created by Owen Horsley

The cast and creative team of Boundless as the Sea for our partnership with Cunard. 

Guests on Cunard’s flagship, Queen Mary 2, can enjoy exclusive theatrical experiences, including a unique blend of Shakespeare’s iconic love scenes in a brand new piece called Boundless as the Sea. 

More about our partnership with Cunard