Cast Daniel : Chris Sherwood
Nick : Andy Murton
Summer : Helena Franklin
Libby : Ros Reeder
Peter : Ian Hoare
Judy : Penny Tuerk
Director : Roger Beaumont
Set Design : Philip Lindley
Costume Design : Abigale Lewis
Lighting Design : Robin Snowdon
Sound Design : Leon Chambers
Projection Design : Victor Craven
Stage Manager : Dinah Irvine
ASMs : Wayne Gilbart, Richard Davies
Lighting Operator : Laurence Tuerk
Sound Operator : Louise Bakker
Assistant Costume Designer : Aina Sanchez
Set Construction and Get-in : Roger Beaumont, Philip Lindley, Michael Bettell, Robert
Irvine, John McSpadyen and members of the cast & crew
Christopher Sherwood makes his Tower Theatre debut in The Last of The Haussmans. He is currently a student at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and also manages his own personal training business in the South Bank area of London.
Previous roles include Bacchus in Orpheus in The Underworld (Oxford Playhouse), Mr. Frank in WAG The Musical (Ye Olde Rose and Crown) and Jokanaan in Salome (Barons Court Theatre).
Since joining the Tower Theatre Company in 2012, Andy Murton has appeared in six productions : Clov in Endgame, Freddie Page in The Deep Blue Sea, Adam Trainsmith in Comic Potential, Philip in The Pride, the Landlord and numerous other parts in Two and most recently Tartuffe. Previous to the Tower his theatre credits include Malcolm in The Full Monty (Salon Varieties, Spain), Emcee in Cabaret and Gary Lejeune in Noises Off (all for Salon Varieties, Spain). Andy trained at Bretton Hall.
This is Helena Franklin's sixth Tower Theatre production; she previously appeared as Lue in The Winterling, Jacie in Comic Potential, Melitta in Mrs Klein, Lucille in The Slab Boys and Queen Ane in 5/11. Helena has also been involved in many Shakespeare productions including The Tempest (Miranda) and Henry V (Princess Catherine), and has performed a number of times at the Minack Theatre in Cornwall. Whilst studying for a BA in English Literature and an MA in Shakespeare at University College London she was an active member of the Drama Society, with parts including Dotty in Jumpers and Elizabeth Barry in The Libertine.
Rosalind Reeder graduated in Creative Arts after which she performed her own one-woman show around various London Fringe theatres. She has been a Tower member since 2000 and has performed in a wide range of roles including works by Noel Coward, Tennessee Williams, Neil Simon, Brian Friel and David Mamet.
Ian Hoare joined the Tower in 2002 and this is his 21st production as an actor. His favourite roles have been Hamm in Endgame, Lord Cecil in 5/11, Otto in The Diary of Anne Frank and Rev. Parris in The Crucible. A journalist and lecturer by trade, Ian lives in Holloway within easy walking distance of the greatest football team the world has ever seen.
Penny Tuerk joined the Tower in 1970 and has taken part in nearly seventy productions
as an actor or director. Most recently she directed David Copperfield in London and at the Minack Theatre
in Cornwall in 2012, and The Taming of the Shrew in London and Paris last year. She last appeared on stage as Nell in Roger Beaumont's production of Endgame.