Theatre Credits

Shakespeare in the Garden: The Tempest (2017)

Played Ferdinand, Alonso and Stephano in C-Theatre’s production of ‘The Tempest’, directed by Ollie Stephens. The performance was praised for its comedy and distinct characterization of the different roles.



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Fringe Review


What the Frack Happened (2016) – Citizen Change Theatre, Los Angeles

Played Chad Chadsworth in the production of ‘What the Frack Happend’, directed and written by Gina Rose Powell. The production was heavily stylized and contained heightened physicalities similar to traditional Commedia del Arte.



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A Vampire Masquerade (2015) – NextStage Theatre, Los Angeles

Played Bob in the production of ‘A Vampire Masquerade’, directed and written by Chris Berube. Bob was extremely well received by audiences.



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Dying for It (2014) – The Brockley Jack, London

Played Viktor in the production of ‘Dying for It’ by Moira Buffini, Directed by Daniel Brennan at The Brockley Jack.



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UK Theatre

Inferno (2013) – CLF Art Cafe, London

Played Gabriel, a fallen angel who lures an individual consumed by greed into hell. Directed by Roderick D. Morgan. The play is a modern take on Dante’s Inferno. The play struggled with some staging and location issues, yet the ‘Greed’ scene was well received among audiences and reviewers.

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Making the Marrow

BargainTheatreland



Off Cut Festival (2012) – Riverside Studios, London

Was part of Group 4 in the Offcut Festival 2012. Played a flirty tube passenger in ‘White Meat, Dark Meat, Breast or Thigh?’ by Tolula Dada, directed by Lauren Bracewell. The short play investigates how interracial relationships are looked upon by certain members of the Afro-British community.


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One Stop Arts



Halcyon Days (2012) – Tour

Devised a 1960’s comedy drama with Jonathan Kaufman, playing Marlon Jacobs, a Guyanese medical student. Marlon falls in love with one of his patients, a British girl named Patricia Nelson. The play investigates certain stereotypes of the period and social responses to interracial couples through comedy. Reviewers unanimously commented on the strong acting of the entire cast, with one reviewer stating ” Roger Carvalho as Marlon is without doubt the most charismatic person in the play, with brilliant comic timing, especially when confronted by the awful Eddie.


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The Stage

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Of Mice and Men (2011) – The Brockley Jack, London

Played the role of Crooks in Steinbeck’s classic ‘Of Mice and Men’. Tanith Lindon directed an authentic rendition of this well known play, which received great reviews and became the best-selling production of 2011 at the Brockley Jack. Reviewers praised the strong physicality adopted for the crooked back Crooks and the strong sense of bitterness that showed the struggle of the African American community of the period, while at moments lightened with humour.


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A Younger Theatre

Fringe Review

 

Agamemnon (2011) – The Brockley Jack, London

Played the role of Aegisthus in this classic Greek drama. Even though Aegisthus only came on stage more than an hour after the play had started, the monologue and action that ensued received praise for its eerie sense of doom and hatred. The play was an Actorworks student production directed by Kate Bannister, and the role of Aegisthus received the Actorworks alumni price for ‘scariest character’ ever played by a student.


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Other productions

Other theatrical performances include ‘Alec’ in ‘Somebody’ at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, ‘Freddy’ in Doug Lucie’s ‘Grace’ at The Riverside Studios, ‘Feste’ in Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’, ‘Judge Brack’ in Ibsen’s ‘Hedda Gabler’ and ‘Arthur’ in Bill Naughton’s ‘Spring & Port Wine’.

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