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Full casting announced for Mother of Him at Park Theatre

Mother of Him from Nick Pearce (Target Live 2017)

Casting news

FULL casting has been announced for Evan Placey’s award-winning drama Mother of Him, which runs at Park Theatre (Park200) from September 18 to October 26, 2019.

Joining previously announced Tracy-Ann Oberman (as Brenda Kapowitz) in this powerful and provocative play inspired by true events, is Scott Folan (Matthew Kapowitz), Simon Hepworth (Robert Rosenberg), Anjelica Serra (Jessica/Tess), Neil Sheffield (Steven), Hari Aggarwal and Matt Goldberg (Jason Kapowitz).

Hari Aggarwal is currently attending the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. His previous credits include: Macbeth (RSC/Barbican) and Matt Simons’ We Can Do Better music video.

Scott Folan’s stage credits include: This Is My Family (Chichester Festival Theatre), Damned By Despair (National Theatre), Sunday In The Park With George (The Other Palace) and Spring Awakening (Leicester Curve). His screen work includes: Nativity 2: Danger In The Manger, Brotherhood, Dixi4, Blinded By The Light, Breathless, Café Afrik and Outside Bet.

Folan is also an emerging singer-songwriter who writes in a Pop-Folk style. His music can be found on all major music platforms including Spotify and Apple Music or from his social media platforms under the tag @scott_folan.

Matt Goldberg attends University College School, Hampstead and the Sylvia Young Theatre School. His previous credits include: Oresteia (Trafalgar Studios), short film At Arms Length and video game Aegyptus.

Simon Hepworth’s numerous stage credits include: Equus (Trafalgar Studios), Absolute Hell (National Theatre), Antony & Cleopatra (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Lion in Winter (Theatre Royal Haymarket), King Lear (Guildford Shakespeare Company), Joe & I (King’s Head), Twelfth Night (Bristol Old Vic), The Winter’s Tale, The Glass Menagerie and The Deep Blue Sea (Royal & Derngate, Northampton), Mario And The Magician (Almeida Theatre) and Blood Brothers (UK Tour).

Hepworth’s equally numerous screen credits include: Endeavour, Fearless, EastEnders, Foyle’s War, Casualty, Law And Order UK, Emmerdale, Coronation Street, Doctors, Lynda la Plante’s Trial And Retribution, Wire In The Blood, Wallis And Edward, Inspector Morse – The Remorseful Day, The Royal and The Bill.

Tracy-Ann Oberman’s many stage credits include: Party Time/Celebration (Harold Pinter Theatre), Pack of Lies (Menier Chocolate Factory), Present Laughter, Fiddler On The Roof and Saturday, Sunday… & Monday (Chichester Festival Theatre), Stepping Out (Vaudeville Theatre/UK Tour), McQueen (St James Theatre/Theatre Royal Haymarket), Godchild, Old Money and On The Rocks (Hampstead Theatre), Earthquakes in London (National Theatre), Boeing Boeing (Comedy Theatre) and A Christmas Carol, The Changeling, Tamburlaine, The Beggar’s Opera, A Jovial Crew and Macbeth (Royal Shakespeare Company).

Oberman’s extensive television credits include EastEnders, Doctor Who and Toast of London.

Anjelica Serra’s stage credits include: The Suppliant Women, And Yet It Moves and The American Dream 2.0 (all at the Young Vic) and Connections (Theatre 503). Her screen work includes: The Power, Dormitory and Michelle.

Neil Sheffield’s stage credits include: Tracing Grace (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Bud (Arts Theatre), How To Think The Unthinkable (Unicorn Theatre), Therese Raquin and Anna Christie (Riverside Studios), The Wind in the Willows (London Palladium/UK Tour), Golden Boy (West Yorkshire Playhouse/UK Tour), The Cockroach Dialogues (Theatre 503), A Christmas Tale (Bristol Old Vic) and The Seagull (Moscow Arts Theatre).

Sheffield’s screen credits include: Catch Me If You Can, Reality Check, The Demon Headmaster, Alive, The Projectionist, Witchcraft X, The Retreat and Cash in Hand.

A child accused. A mother conflicted. Is love really unconditional?

December. Toronto. It’s cold. Brenda, a single Jewish mother sends her youngest son, Jason, off to school. His elder brother remains asleep upstairs. This could be a day like any other, if older brother Matthew wasn’t under house arrest.

Pursued by the media and tormented by guilt, Brenda tries to hold her family together as the world is set to tear them apart.

Mother of Him is directed by Max Lindsay, with designs by Lee Newby, lighting by Ali Hunter and sound by Fergus O’Hare.

Read more about Mother of Him and Park200’s July to December 2019 season.

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