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Brice founded the Owle Schreame in Cambridge in 2008. Other work has included the Royal National Theatre, Old Vic New Voices, Punchdrunk, Secret Cinema, and The Unseen Hour.
Previous work with the Owle Schreame has included Measure for Measure (2011), The Cannibal Valour of Bussy D'Ambois, The Unfortunate Mother, and Honoria & Mammon (2013), and Ralph Roister Doister (2015). He is currently playing “Bottom” in A Midsummer Night’s DROLL (2018-19).
James created, writes and produces The Unseen Hour (Twitter: @UnseenHour), a horror comedy podcast performed as live radio theatre. With the same production company - Unseen Things - he writes, produces and directs theatre and film, and as an actor he is represented by Momentum Artists Management.
Previous credits with the Owle Schreame include The Cannibal Valour of Bussy D'Ambois, The Unfortunate Mother, and Honoria & Mammon (2013), and Ralph Roister Doister (2015). James has been a core member of the DROLL company since its inception, and is currently playing “Oberon” in A Midsummer Night’s DROLL (2018-19).
Laura trained in Physical Theatre at East 15. She is a skilled Movement Director, performer, puppeteer and mask-maker. Past work has included Las Maravillas with The Dreamery, and various movement projects throughout London and the UK.
Previous credits with the Owle Schreame include "Truepenny" in Ralph Roister Doister (2015). Laura has been a core member of the DROLL company since its inception, and stars as “Titania” in A Midsummer Night’s DROLL (2018-19).
Amélie is a French fashion and costume designer based in London since 2010. Her training includes ESMOD Internationnal in France, and Central Saint Martins in the UK.
Her first collaboration with the Owle Schreame was A Midsummer Night’s DROLL (2018-19), in which she designed and crafted the highly acclaimed costumes from natural materials (such as straw, corn, and pine cones) inspired by folk ritual and traditional English ceremonial dress.
Dan Van Garrett
Sami Abu Wardeh
Sami will be making his Owle Schreame debut at this year’s Edinburgh Festival as “Pugg” in A Midsummer Night’s DROLL (2019), having previously worked with long-time core company member James Carney in The Thing That Came To Dinner (2018).
Tim has been with the Owle Schreame since 2017’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and regularly works with us at family oriented performances and events, specialising in children’s theatre and education, with a focus on Northern England.
Artistic Director of Out of the Forest Theatre, Sasha's currently touring Call Me Fury, the follow up to her own award-winning show, Bury the Hatchet, around venues in the UK and elsewhere. Her Owle Schreame debut was in 2016's DROLL at the Rosemary Branch.