Black Theatre Live


And There Was War

Jermaine Wong,

The writer/director, also stars in this production. Jermaine has been teaching drama since age 16 and previous experience includes TV work for the BBC and ITV, Film and many semi-professional plays in Theatre. Jermaine always had a passion and desire to write, he started writing plays in 2006 which expanded into also writing poetry.

Lloyd Reid

Lloyd's love for acting and singing has seen him perform in the UK and internationally. He studied at London's Identity drama school, starred in Life Begins, and Family Matters for SVG Productions, and Alan Charles' Love Sax & Jazz, and Da Mans' Dem.


Colin Burton

He has performed in several stage plays over the last 6 years, touring the UK, USA and Caribbean. He has a passion for young people, health & fitness and has worked in various roles mentoring, inspiring and educating teens for the last 15 years.


Ally Marques

Ally started acting from a young age, she was part of The Younger Generation Theatre Group and Croydon Stagers and has performed at The Fairfield Halls. Ally works in banking but is also part of Final Call production team, she is hoping FCP will be able to tour this amazing production around the globe.

Natasha Vaughan

Has loved to perform in dance shows, musicals and plays from an early age and has performed at a vast variety of places from Shakespeare Globe theatre to The Young Vic theatre. Natasha enjoys directing and has choreographed many dance pieces/shows. Natasha has a degree in performing arts and enjoys working with children.

Mark Grey

Mark has enjoyed a long career in film and theatre spanning over 25 years, receiving two awards at International Film Festivals. Most of his time is spent writing and directing. He is pleased to tread the boards once again in this beautiful play. Mark plays the parts of Joseph and Noah.


Hannah Lindo

Aspiring actress/singer who has been in a number of screen and stage productions all over the country and abroad including an adaptation of the film 'Houseparty' and 'Oliva Tweest- an afrobeats musical'. Currently studying Drama, Applied Theatre and Performance. Hannah has a passion for the stage and spreading the word of God.


Romario Simpson

Completed a foundation course at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Currently training as a professional actor at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. Has played Macbeth at WKC Theatre and performed in 'Days of Significance' he has also presented for 'WE ARE ALL ONE' at Southbank BFI and 'Christian Funerals' (Documentary).


Darryl Matthieu-Marius

An electrician by trade. Darryl enjoys encouraging people to live a life God intended for them and not be another battery in 'the man's' machine. Darryl has previously taken part in church performances but this is his first major role. He is honoured and overwhelmed to be playing Angel Gabriel.


Rosetta Allen

Effervescent and willing to be thrust into any role with well-developed character lines with powerful and dramatic stories. Not theatrically trained but experienced, drama performances with my church the Edmonton Drama group who also work with the Curative Music Foundation Charity raising funds to provide Musical arts to children in Africa.


Hakeem (Lekan) Omolewa

At Loughborough University studying psychology. This is Lekan’s first major role outside of school productions. He rededicated his life to God in 2015, the journey has been a rollercoaster for him, but he tries to stay faithful and use his talents to minister, initially using his blog, and now this production.

Eugénie Burton

Started her acting career in her teens performing comedy sketches at gospel events and hosting gospel shows. Over the last several years she has performed in several theatre and film productions, touring the UK, Caribbean and Canada whilst running her own fitness business.  She is married to fellow actor Colin Burton.


Serena Pascall

Brand-new to the acting scene, she enjoys writing poetry. Serena runs her own business in health and wellness and also works part-time with post 16 disabled students. A faithful woman of God, she has fully immersed herself into the role and is honoured to be a part of such an amazing ministry.


Reuben Massiah

You'll often see Reuben's large afro before you see his face. As an actor, workshop facilitator, poet, screenwriter and playwright, he loves to be a part of artistic projects that have a unique story to tell. He's ever so excited to be reprising his role as Cain in And There Was War.


Síne Latinwo

Our youngest cast member, she is currently studying for her GCSEs, favourite subjects are drama, French, PE, and music. She has previously taken part and performed in the Shakespeare's festival. Although challenged by managing fitting in this production and school work, she has found participating a great and fun experience.