Auriole Wells - Executive Producer
Performer and choreographer working in theatre, music, cabaret, TV and film.
Work includes ‘Visiting Day’ (Granada TV) ‘Coast to Coast’ (BBC- Screen Two films) ‘Leader of The Pack’ (Duke of York’s) Member of the Recording Group ‘The Sisterhood’. Resident Choreographer/Dance Associate for the Wilde Theatre and South Hill Park Arts Centre: Into The Woods, Tale of Two Cities, Barnum, Summer Holiday, Jack and The Beanstalk, The Adventures of Mr Toad, Cinderella, Beauty and The Beast, Oliver, Talking Heads, Much Ado About Shakespeare – Celebration 25 Years of the Wilde Theatre, Educating Rita, Artistic Director ‘Lift Off’ Dance Festival 2001 to 2009.
Spencer Soloman - Producer
Ex professional Ballet Dancer turned Musical Theatre performer/assistant choreographer/director.
Resident Choreographer/Director credits at The Donmar Warehouse, National Theatre, La Scala (Milan), Royal Festival Hall, Shaftesbury Theatre, The City Centre Theatre (New York), Piccadilly Theatre, Adelphi Theatre, The Queens Theatre. Seminars and Workshops - Honorary member of the Independent Dance Teachers Association. Dance tutor to Daniel Radcliffe.
TV and Film –Camera assistant / Operator / Steadicam Operator - 'Centurion' (feature), 'Guinea Pigs' (short Film) Pineapple Dancers (Dance Video), The BAFTA's 2009&10, 'Hotel Babylon', 'Not going Out' 'My Family', The Rise & Fall Of Reginald Perrin', 'The IT Crowd', 'Silent Witness', 'Beyond The Sea' (Dir:Kevin Spacey)
Gemma Wright - Co-Producer / 1st Assistant Director
Over the last seven years Gemma has worked on many highly successful films and television shows including Five Daughters, Skellig, Silent Witness and Casualty. Having gained experience as a 3rd AD, she has then '1sted' on Waterloo Road, Silent Witness and short film 'Look'.
Dale Mercer - Co-Producer / Dance Co-ordinator
Dale's credits include work as a dancer, singer, actor, and choreographer both on stage, television and film.
Stage work includes Fiddler on the Roof, Jesus Christ Superstar, A Chorus Line (MacPherson Theatre, Victoria, Canada), Pageant (Vaudeville Theatre, London), Anything Goes (UK No 1 Tour), and Stephen Fry's Cinderella (Old Vic, London). Television and feature film credits include Little Women, Wives and Daughters, De-Lovely, Piccadilly Jim, BBC Golden Jubilee Music Live, Elizabeth - The Virgin Queen, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sweeney Todd, The Duchess, Alice in Wonderland, Gulliver's Travels, Dark Shadows, Great Expectations, Effie, Muppets Most Wanted, Avengers: The Age of Ultron, and Alice Through the Looking Glass.