Yellow Jacket Productions
19 Second Avenue,
Telephone: 0795 174 3646
Contact: Tiannah Viechweg
Email: [email protected]
Kim, Tiannah and Jessica met in 2014 when they started two-year actor training at The Poor School in Kings Cross. They are now fresh out of training having just graduated in June 2016, and excited to come Hang out with you at the Edinburgh Fringe!
Tiannah is due to continue her actor training at Identity School of Acting in September. She grew up in North London and studied English at Oxford University. She was a member of the National Youth Theatre and performed in a number of their productions during this time: Identity 2000, Scene Underground, Deptford Tales. Alongside acting, Tiannah works a freelance television producer and has developed and produced Factual Entertainment content for a variety of broadcasters including the BBC, Channel 4 and Sky. She was recognised as for her achievements in the industry and was selected as a Broadcast Hotshot in 2013.
Kim started her training at Hoxton Hall Community Theatre under the wonderfulMargaret Sheppard. She then spent two years training at the Actor Works and finally graduated from The Poor School in 2016. Kim's favourite roles to date include Andromache from “Woman of Troy”, Polina Andryevna from “The Seagull” Billy Downs in “The Libertine” and Dr Prentice in “What the Butler Saw".
Jessica completed several short-courses at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland while studying for her doctorate in infectious disease control at Edinburgh University. After performing in a two-week run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2014, she moved back to London to start training at The Poor School. On the way down she stopped off in Bath to perform two plays at the Jane Austen Festival alongside Edinburgh Fringe favourites 'Austentatious'. Jessica played many male roles during training - most notably Hamlet and The Earl of Warwick (in Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan). She is very much looking forward to playing 'Two' as a female - previously cast as a man in The Royal Court's 2015 production.
Hang's director, Kevin Russell, is the Artistic Director of New Dreams Theatre Company and has been working as a freelance theatre director since 1997. His recent productions include: A Dolls House Barons Court Theatre (2015),Nannies Theatre N16 (2015), The House that looks like Hitler Courtyard Theatre (2015), Memory of Water Barons Court Theatre (2013).