Peter's Shadow Simon Carroll-Jones

Understudy: Tom/Curly/Doc Swain. 

Simon trained at East 15 Acting School, National Youth Theatre. 

RSC: Wendy & Peter Pan (2013).

Theatre includes: This Much (Or an Act of Violence Towards the Institute of Marriage)(Edinburgh Fringe/Moving Dust); Kicking and Screaming (Tangled Feet); Sometimes There’s Light (Sometimes There’s Dark) (Moving Dust/ tour); One Million (GDIF/Tangled Feet); The Drawing Play (Offstage Theatre); Flathampton (Royal & Derngate); The Situation Room (Hull Truck/Oscar Mike Theatre/Greyscale); The Hide (Lyric Hammersmith/Tangled Feet); All That is Solid Melts into Air (National Theatre/Tangled Feet); When You Cure Me (Bush); The Secret Garden (Angel Exit/Arts Depot/tour);Amphibians (NTS/Offstage Theatre); Attempts on Her Life (BAC); His Spread Legs (Tara Arts); Moonfleet (Angel Exit/Liverpool Unity); So Little of You Left (Oval House); Happy End (Wilton Music Hall); Strange Land of Stars (Blue Elephant); Dance Class (Vienna’s English Theatre).

Simon is an Associate Artist of Angel Exit and Tangled Feet Theatres and Co-Artistic Director of Running Bare Theatre. He also works regularly as a movement director.

Nibs Cavan Clarke

Understudy: Peter Pan

Cavan trained at Rose Bruford. This is his RSC debut season. 

Theatre includes: Two Noble Kinsmen (White Bear); The Cherry Orchard (Young Vic); East of the Sun, West of the Moon (Quarter Too Ensemble); Sleeping Beauty (C2K).

Theatre whilst training: A Perfect Boy, Anne Boleyn, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Our Country’s Good, August: Osage County, One for the Road, All My Sons, Port, Uncle Vanya.

Film: Who Will Separate Us.

Tom Sam Clemmett

Understudy: Michael/Tootles.

This is Sam's RSC debut season.

Theatre includes: Wink (Theatre503); Accolade (St James Theatre); Nivelli’s War (Mac Theatre, Belfast); Lord of the Flies (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre). 

Television includes: The Musketeers, Murder Games, Diary of a Snob, Holby City, Doctors, Foyle’s War.

Film includes: Survivor, Burn the Clock.

Hook Darrell D'Silva

Darrell is an RSC Associate Artist.

Previous RSC roles include: Dunsinane, Little Eagles, Antony and Cleopatra, King Lear, Julius Caesar, The Drunks, The Winter’s Tale, Hecuba, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Month in the Country, Troilus and Cressida, Camino Real, Henry VIII, Dr Faustus. 

Theatre includes: Making Stalin Laugh (JW3); Dunsinane (National Theatre Scotland/world tour); Public Enemy, Six Characters in Search of an Author (Young Vic); Hedda Gabler (Old Vic); Children’s Children (Almeida); Tales From Vienna Woods, The Rose Tattoo, Royal Hunt of the Sun, Closer (National Theatre); Paradise Lost (Northampton); Absolutely! (Perhaps) (Wyndham’s); The White Devil (Menier Chocolate Factory); Fall (Edinburgh Traverse); Clouds (tour); The Lying Kind (Royal Court); Antarctica (Northern Party Ltd); Further Than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre/Glasgow Tron); Tear From a Glass Eye (Gate); Chasing the Moment (One Tree); Romeo and Juliet, The Three Musketeers (Sheffield Crucible); Crossfire (Paines Plough).

Television includes: Endeavour, Asylum, Father Brown, Top Boy 2, The Minor Character, Unsinkable Titanic, Trial and Retribution, Bonekickers, Criminal Justice, Poppy Shakespeare, Saddam’s Tribe, To Be First, Krakatoa: The Last Days, Eleventh Hour, Spooks, Lawless, Messiah, Cambridge Spies, Dinotopia, Table Twelve: After Hours, The Bill, In Defence, Wokenwell, Prime Suspect, Faith, Out of the Blue, Queen of Swords.

Film includes: Northmen: A Viking Saga, Alan Moore’s and Mitch Jenkins’ Show Pieces, Montana, Closer to the Moon, Dirty Pretty Things, The Throwaways, Song.

Radio includes: Dr Zhivago, A Suit of Lights, Cry Wolf.

Wendy Mariah Gale

Previous RSC includes: Morte D’Arthur, Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, The Comedy of Errors, The Grain Store, Silence, Hamlet, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Antony and Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, The Tempest, Wendy & Peter Pan

Theatre includes:
Afterplay (The Coronet); Eden (Hampstead Theatre); Measure for Measure, Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Northern Stage); Proof (Menier Choc Factory); Gruesome Playground Injuries (Gate Theatre); Three Sisters, Vernon God Little (Young Vic); The Pitchfork Disney, Musik, Professor Bernhardie (Arcola Theatre); The Sea (Haymarket Theatre Royal); Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Southwark Playhouse); Cymbeline, Twelfth Night (Regents Park); The Lost Child (Chichester); Stealing Sweets and Punching People (Latchmere); Playhouse Creatures

Television includes: I May Destroy You, Dr Who, Father Brown, Broadchurch, Lucky Man, The Hollow Crown, Frankie, Death Comes to Pemberley, New Tricks, The Diary of Anne Frank, Skins, Oliver Twist 

Film includes: Rare Beasts, Hercules, Abraham’s Point, Hamlet 

Radio includes: Regime Change, Parthenogenesis, Brian Gulliver’s Travels

Mariah is an RSC Associate Artist. 

Adam Gillen Headshot
Martin Adam Gillen

Adam trained at RADA

Theatre includes: Lotty’s War (Ambassador Theatre Group); Lee Harvey Oswald (Finborough); School for Scandal (Barbican); The Door Never Closes (Almeida); For King and Country (Plymouth Theatre Royal/tour); A Taste of Honey (Manchester Royal Exchange); Proper Clever (Liverpool Playhouse); War and Peace (Royal Court/Latitude Festival); The Good Soul of Szechuan (Young Vic); The Lion’s Mouth (Royal Court); The Five Wives of Maurice Pinder (National Theatre).

Television includes: Benidorm, Prisoners Wives, Miss Wright, Way to Go, Fresh Meat, Merry Widows, This Is Jinsy, Just William, The Gemma Factor, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Oliver Twist.

Film includes: We Are the Freaks, Age of Heroes, 4,3,2,1, Hippie Hippie Shake, The
Tanner Family

Radio includes: Shakespeare’s Fire, The Hot Kid, Rumpole of the Bailey, Diary of a Nobody, On It.

Shadow Susan Hingley

Understudy: Mrs Darling/Tiger Lil 

Susan trained at  East 15 and Ecole Phillipe Gaulier.

RSC: Wendy & Peter Pan (2013), The Orphan of Zhao, Boris Godunov, A Life of Galileo.

Theatre includes: The Picture of Dorian Gray (Tokyo New National Theatre/Japan tour); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe/Asia and Russia tour); Around the World in Eighty Days (New Vic/Manchester Royal Exchange); Pioneer (Curious Directive); One Million, All That is Solid Melts Into Air, Remote Control, Measurement Shop, Home (Tangled Feet); Catch/Ulov (Pin the Tale/Almeida); The Snow Queen (Lawrence Batley); Before I Sleep (dreamthinkspeak); Soho Streets (Soho). As Assistant Director: Tell Them That I Am Young and Beautiful (Arcola).

Television includes: Doctors, Sumo TV.

Film includes: Shino’s Show, The Gloaming, Household Gods.

A black and white headshot of Jack Horner
Shadow / Aerial Adviser Jack Horner

Jack trained at Central School of Speech and Drama and National Centre for Circus Arts.

RSC: Wendy & Peter Pan (2013).

Theatre includes: As Director: A Sweet Heist (National Youth Circus); Fire & Earth and Water & Air (National Centre for Circus Arts). Ross/Porter in Macbeth, Barroso in Die Zauberflote (Royal Opera House); Arturo in Carmen (Glyndebourne); Stunt Captain on Halloween Horror Nights (Universal Studios, Singapore); Aerial Consultant on Thérèse Raquin (Theatre Royal, Bath); Aerial Consultant on Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare’s Globe); Wilton/Circus Captain in Barnum (Chichester Festival Theatre); Burt/understudy Robin/Circus Captain in Batman Live (world tour); ensemble/Circus Captain in
Love Never Dies (Adelphi); Chameleon in La Calisto (Royal Opera House); Fight Director for Carmen (Yvonne Arnaud); Acrobatic Supervisor on The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium); Aerial Consultant on The Three Musketeers (Rose, Kingston).

Television: The Armstrong & Miller Show.

Rebecca Johnson
Mrs Darling Rebecca Johnson

 Rebecca trained at LAMDA.

RSC: Wendy & Peter Pan (2013), Pedro, the Great Pretender, House of Desires, Tamar’s Revenge, The Dog in the Manger.

Theatre includes: Twelfth Night (Sheffield Crucible/ETT); Hedda (Palimpsest); A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Liverpool Playhouse/Rose, Kingston); The Vortex (Rose, Kingston); The Way of the World (Chichester Festival Theatre); This Happy Breed (Theatre Royal, Bath); Coram Boy, Mourning Becomes Electra, Edmond, Peter Pan (National Theatre); The Comedy of Errors, What the Butler Saw, Macbeth (Sheffield Crucible); Barbarians (Salisbury Playhouse); As You Like It, Love’s Labour’s Lost, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Troilus and Cressida (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Mrs Warren’s Profession (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Importance of Being Earnest (Chichester/West End); The Front Page (Donmar Warehouse); Lady Windermere’s Fan (Manchester Royal Exchange/West End); Double Indemnity, The Long Mirror, The Rose Tattoo, Jane Eyre, A Christmas Carol (Clwyd Theatr Cymru); My Cousin Rachel (Windsor Theatre Royal); A Christmas Carol (Liverpool Playhouse); Jane Eyre (West End).

Television includes: Suspects, The Trip to Italy, The Trip, Dark Matters, Holby City, Five Daughters, Casualty 1909, Casualty 1907, Casualty 1906, Beau Brummell, Midsomer Murders, Foyle’s War, The Royal, Spooks, Gentlemen’s Relish, Poirot, Frank Stubbs Promotes, Just William, Jonathan Creek. 

Film includes: The Carrier, Hedda, Shackleton, Two Seconds to Midnight.

Black and white photo of Paul Kemp
Smee Paul Kemp

Previous RSC includes: Smee in Wendy & Peter Pan

Theatre includes: Richard III (Arcola); Beacons (Park Theatre); Ghost Stories (Arts Theatre, West End); To Sir With Love (Royal & Derngate/UK tour); Seven Year Twitch, How to be Happy, Monkey's Uncle,The Cassilis Engagement, The Last Thrash, The Way of the World, A Wife Without a Smile, Court in the Act, Lips Together Teeth Apart (Orange Tree); The Wind In The Willows (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Lady in The Van (Hull Truck/UK Tour); The Lady From The Sea (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Crucible, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Loves Labours Lost, Much Ado About Nothing (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); My Wonderful Day (Stephen Joseph Theatre/New York/UK Tour); Woman in Mind (Vaudeville Theatre, West End); Year of the Rat (WYP); Absent Friends (Salisbury Playhouse); How The Other Half Loves (The Peter Hall Co.); The Flint Street Nativity (Liverpool Playhouse); Hobsons Choice (Watermill Theatre); Private Fears in Public Places (SJT/Orange Tree/New York); The Champion of Paribanou, Drowning on Dry Land, This is Where We Came In, Hobsons Choice (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Murmuring Judges, Racing Demon, The Absence of War (Birmingham Rep); The Madness of George III (WYP/ Birmingham Rep); Naked Justice (Birmingham Rep/WYP/UK Tour); Way Upstream (Derby Playhouse)

Television includes: Life on Mars, Black Books, Maxwell, The Trial of Tony Blair, TLC, The Bill, Doctors, On The Game, Dream Team

Arthur Kyeyune
Shadow/ Doc Giles/ Crocodile Arthur Kyeyune

Arthur trained at University of Toronto, University of Nevada, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Royal Conservatory of Music.

RSC: Wendy & Peter Pan (2013).

Theatre includes: Peter Pan (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. Movement Captain); The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. Dance Captain. Olivier nominated); Violetta’s Last Tango (Arts Depot); Mother Goose (Hackney Empire); The Lion King (Lyceum Theatre/original Toronto cast. Dance Supervisor); Zumanity (Cirque du Soleil, Las Vegas); Olivier Awards 2012, 2015 (Royal Opera House); Royal Variety Performance (London Palladium); West Side Story (Stratford Festival, Canada).

Television includes: Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Nokia ‘Asha’ advert, Katie Melua The Flood (music video), Zach Knight Smoke and Mirrors (music video), Swiss TV Award 2015, Trumpet Awards: Live from Caesar’s Palace (Las Vegas), Logo TV feature (logo Network, US). 

Other work includes: The Scottsboro Boys (Young Vic, West End promotion), Vanity Fair magazine (LG ‘L’ series campaign/UK/Italy), Betway (World Cup 2014 campaign), Soul Inspired (Tavaziva Dance Co/UK tour). Arthur is currently a Visiting Lecturer at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and is a registered Remedial Soft Tissue Therapist.

Headshot of David Langham
Knock Bone Jones David Langham

Understudy: Hook 

David trained at Arts Educational, London.

Theatre includes: Treasure Island, The Light Princess (National Theatre); Oliver (UK tour); Spamalot (UK/international tours); How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, The Government Inspector (Chichester Festival Theatre); Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (Victoria Palace); Closer to Heaven (Arts Theatre); Lautrec (Shaftesbury); New Edna - The Spectacle (Theatre Royal, Haymarket).

Television includes: Banana, Doctor Who, White Teeth, Caesar, Keen Eddie.

Film: The Phantom of the Opera.

Recording and radio includes: The Light Princess, The Phantom of the Opera, Closer to Heaven, Friday Night is Music Night, More of Loesser.

Douggie McMeekin
Curly Douggie McMeekin

Douggie trained at LAMDA. This is Douggie’s his professional debut.

Theatre: Orphans (NSDF). 

Television: A Gert Lush Christmas.

Film: The Call Up.

Theatre whilst training: As You Like It, Boys, Macbeth, The Walworth Farce, Uncle Vanya.

headshot of Jordan Metcalfe
Michael Jordan Metcalfe

Jordan trained at Guildhall School Of Music and Drama.

Previous RSC roles: Wendy & Peter Pan

Theatre includes: Posh (Nottingham/Salisbury Playhouses); Hobson’s Choice (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Hypochondriac (Theatre Royal, Bath); The Pillowman (National Theatre); Oliver Twist (Lyric Hammersmith); The Dreaming (Royal Opera House); Peter Pan (Royal Festival Hall).

Television includes: Utopia, Tommy Cooper: Not Like That Like This, Misfits, Maddigan’s Quest (nominated for Best Actor award), Genie in the House, Ultimate Force, Heartbeat, My Parents are Aliens, The Afternoon Play: Tea With Betty, The Last Detective, Girls in Love, Walking With Iceman: The Iceman Murder, The Last Flight
to Kuwait, The Queen’s Nose, Fungus the Bogeyman.

Film includes: Fractured, Pride, Hearts and Minds, Play the Game, These Foolish Things, Northern Light (short).

Charlotte Mills
Tink Charlotte Mills

Charlotte trained at the Oxford School of Drama.

RSC: Wendy & Peter Pan (2013), The Winter’s Tale.

Theatre includesMerlin (Royal & Derngate); Thérèse Raquin (Theatre Royal Bath/tour); Gabriel (Shakespeare’s Globe); Jerusalem (Royal Court/Apollo, West End/Music Box, Broadway); By Jeeves (Landor); Billy Liar (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Old Vic New Voices 24hr Plays (Old Vic); Theatre EP (Hightide/Latitude).

Television includes: The Bastard Executioner, Agatha Raisin, Doctor Thorne.

Mimi Ndiweni
Tiger Lily Mimi Ndiweni

Previous RSC includes: FE The Taming of the Shrew, This is Not an Exit, I Can Hear You, Revolt. She said. Revolt again, The Ant and the Cicada, Wendy & Peter Pan

Trained: Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

Theatre includes: The Convert (Gate Theatre); Soul (Royal & Derngate/Hackney
Empire); Sky Hawk (Theatr Clwyd); Hamlet, Incomplete and Random Acts of Kindness, A Month in the Country, Beasts and Beauties (Richard Burton Company/RWCMD); Mrs Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge (Jamie Garven)

Television: Black Earth Rising, Rellik, Doctor Who, Yonderland, Mr Selfridge

Film includes: Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, The Legend of Tarzan, Telling Tales (short)

Radio includes: Bernice Summerfield, Cigarettes and Chocolate

Murt The Bat Dodger Phillips

Understudy: Smee.

Dodger trained at Central School of Speech and Drama, National School of Circus Skills and Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Theatre includes: Brewer’s Fayre (Theatre Stramash); I Was a Rat (Birmingham Rep); One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Tanglehead Productions); Kean (Apollo); To Reach the Clouds (Nottingham Playhouse); Canterbury Tales (Southwark Playhouse); His Dark Materials, Jumpers (National Theatre); The Bartered Bride (Opera North); Faithful Dealing (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Three Musketeers, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Dukes, Lancaster); Surrounded by One Man (No Hands Required).

Television includes: Midnight Man, Dream Team, Wire in the Blood, Spirit of the Jaguar, The Bill, Crimewatch, Night and Day, Service.

Film includes: Death Defying Acts, Jason and the Argonauts, Merlin, The House of Angelo.

Shadow Laura Prior

Understudy: Wendy/Tink

Laura trained at Rose Bruford.

Theatre includes: MatchFit (Old Vic, New Voices); Early Doors (Not Too Tame); The Keepers of Infinite Space (Park Theatre); Potholes (Theatre503); The Midnight Princess (Rose, Kingston); Eisteddfod (HighTide for Latitude Festival); The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare's Globe); Blue Sky/Green Forest (Arcola); The Witch of Edmonton (Sam Wanamaker Festival, Shakespeare's Globe). Workshops: Molly (Squint Theatre); Some Sunny Day (Sadler’s Wells); Sparks, Love and Marriage (Old Vic, New Voices). Musical: Epidemic (Old Vic, New Voices).

Rhys Rusbatch
Peter Pan Rhys Rusbatch

Rhys trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Theatre includes: Mametz, The Persians (National Theatre of Wales); Hannah, Not Now
Bernard, Henry V
(Unicorn Theatre/tour); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lyric, Hammersmith/Royal Exchange/UK tour); Greenland, Our Class (National Theatre); Eurydice (Young Vic); Sitcom Trials (Leicester Square).

Television includes: Merlin, In Search of Pete Doherty.

Film includes: Burn Burn Burn, Zero Dark Thirty, Hunky Dory.

Radio: Ed Reardon.

Mr Darling/Skylights Patrick Toomey

Patrick trained at LAMDA.

RSC: The Blue Angel.

Theatre includes: Richard II, Edward II (Shakespeare’s Globe); Murder in the Cathedral (Temple Church); As You Like It, Lady Betty (Cheek by Jowl); The Keepers of Infinite Space, Casualties (Park Theatre); The Woman in Black (Fortune); The Father (Coventry); On the Waterfront (Hackney Empire); Lovebirds (Southwark); The School for Scandal (Northampton); Mister Heracles (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Recruiting Officer (Edinburgh Lyceum); The Beaux’ Stratagem (Scarborough); Wild Horses (Theatre503); Sweet Phoebe (Hen & Chickens); The John Wayne Principle (Southampton); The Boys in the Band (Aldwych); The Country Wife (Holland Park); Romeo and Juliet (London Shakespeare Group); Pommies (Warehouse).

Television includes: Doc Martin, The Escape Artist, Vera, Law & Order, Mutual Friends, Missing, Holby City, Auf Wiedersehen Pet, The Only Boy For Me, Hollyoaks, The Courtroom, The Bill, William & Mary, Monarch of the Glen, Jackson’s Wharf, Water Rats, Heartbeat, Murder Most Horrid, Annie’s Bar, Over Here, Brother Cadfael, Young Indiana Jones, The Two Of Us.

Film includes: The Myth of Hopelessness, Walking With the Enemy, Arsène Lupin, Balloon Man, The Curse of King Tut’s Tomb, The House of Angelo, Pressure Point.

Lawrence Walker
Tootles Lawrence Walker

Understudy: Slightly.

Lawrence trained at Rose Bruford.

Theatre: Back Down (Birmingham Rep/UK tour).

Television: Our Girl, Casualty, Doctors.

Film: The Rezort.

Shadow Jay Webb

Understudy: Doc Giles/Crocodile/Nibs/ Peter's Shadow.

Jay trained at Sylvia Young Theatre School, National Youth Ballet and Arts Educational, London.

Theatre includes: Storm Trooper in The Producers (UK tour); Rabbit/Weasel in The Wind in the Willows (Vaudeville); Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Original cast); Bell boy in Boy Meets Boy (Jermyn Street); The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium. Original cast); Victor in Cabaret (UK tour); A-Rab in West Side Story (UK tour); Angel in Rent Remixed (Duke of York's); Baby John in West Side Story concerts (Cyprus); Jim Hawkins in Treasure Island (Theatre Royal, Lincoln);
Gideon in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Theatre Royal, Haymarket/UK tour. Whatsonstage Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical); Grease (Scandinavian tour); Phil Stollens III in On Your Toes (Japan tour); Bill Bailey in Cats (UK tour); Toad in Toad (Sadler's Wells); Nipper and Spider in Oliver! (London Palladium); Silly Billy in Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal, Wakefield); The Cat in Dick Whittington (Richmond/North Wales Theatre, Llandudno); Michael in Peter Pan
(Orchard Theatre, Dartford).

Television includes: Children in Need, An Audience with the Spice Girls, The Johnny
Vaughan Show, Brian Conley's Crazy Christmas, Blue Peter.

Film includes: A Christmas Carol, The Perfectionist.

Radio includes: Michael in Peter Pan (Radio 4).

Doc Swain Dan Wheeler

Understudy: Mr Darling/Swing Shadows/Skylights.

Dan trained at LAMDA. This is his RSC debut season.

Theatre includes: A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Comedy of Errors, The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night, Pocket Comedy (Propeller); Alice's Adventures Underground,
Ernest and the Pale Moon
(Les Enfants Terribles); Symphony (Nabokov Theatre Co); The Wind in the Willows (Northern Stage); This Land: The Story of Woody Guthrie (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Interplay Theatre); Precious Bane (Interplay Theatre); As You Like It (The Space, Greenwich); Richard III (Silents Now, Middleham Castle); Peter Pan (360/PW Productions).

Film: Blackout.