Cast Man : Laurence Ward
Sam : Helen Corbett
Tyler : Michelle Cameron
Lindsay : Ottillie Parfitt
Bobbi : Tiffany Lashley
Reggie : Lisa Camm
Director : Gigi Robarts
Set Design : Jude Chalk
Lighting Design : Richard Evans
Costume Design : Gigi Robarts
Sound Design : Peter Fennell
Stage Manager : Anuśka Zaremba-Pike
Deputy Stage Manager : Michelle Roebuck
ASMs : Jane Lawrence, Satish Thiagarajan
Lighting Operator : Moira McSperrin or Michael Bettell
Sound Operator : Michelle Roebuck
Set Construction : Jude Chalk, Keith Syrett,
Michael Bettell and members of the cast & crew
Video Direction : Satish Thiagarajan
This is Laurence Ward's fourth production with the Tower. He previously appeared as Cassius in Julius Caesar, Banquo in Macbeth and Catesby in 5/11. Laurence trained at City Lit and has appeared in a number of devised productions created by Fold Up Theatre, a company in which he is a founding member. Other credits include The Fold Up Sketch Show, Blood Wedding (Leonardo), The Canterbury Tales (Miller), sketches filmed for an online comedy channel and a sequence of short films.
Helen Corbett first appeared with the Tower Theatre Company in The House of Bernarda Alba
and in She Stoops to Conquer back in 2001. Since then she has completed an Advanced Performance Diploma at The City Lit.
Since returning to the Tower she has appeared in Proof, Her Naked Skin and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Her most recent performance was at Putney Arts Theatre where she played the role of Jude in Foxfinder.
Some Girl(s) is Lisa Camm's second production with the Tower Theatre; she was previously seen
as Nurse Flynn in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. She has also appeared in Those Legs (Bristol Old Vic Studio),
as Miss Whitchurch in The Happiest Days of Your Life (Lantern Theatre, Sheffield), as Milena in Once We Were Mothers
and as Ivy in If Your're Glad I'll be Frank.
Ottillie Parfitt hails from Alberta, Canada, where she studied theatre at the University of Alberta. She has performed in many plays both in Canada and the UK. Favourite roles include Scarlett in Lion in the Streets, Mary in The Mole : a Tale of Wretched William and Murdered Mary, Queen Margaret in The Queens, Roxane in Cyrano de Bergerac and Electra in Orestes. Some Girl(s) is Ottillie's first production with the Tower Theatre Company.
Tiffany Lashley is excited to be performing in her first show with the Tower Theatre. She has been previously seen playing the horrible child Mary Tilford in The Children's Hour at Putney Arts Theatre and Sarah Casey in Disappeared at the Barons Court Theatre with KDC. Most recently she played the hopelessly romantic French maid Lisette in On the Razzle, again for Putney Arts theatre. She is very much enjoying working with the lovely Gigi Robarts again.
Michelle Cameron has performed in many shows and had a fruitful career, most notably in Women of Manhattan for Billy Blonde Productions, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night and Love's Labours Lost at the Gloucester Shakespeare Festival and The Rules According to Olga cabaret act. Films include Farid in the West and Monopolised. Having recently moved to London, she is delighted to be playing the role of Tyler in LaBute's Some Girl(s) and hopes to be involved in many more productions with the Tower Theatre Company.