Alexandria is theatre maker based in London.
She has worked in the UK, Canada, Tanzania and across Europe and continues to push the ideas of exploration in theatre and the development of new work.
Directing credits include:
Shark and Hold Still, This Won't Hurt (Blue Elephant Theatre), The Man of Mode (Upstairs at The Gatehouse), A Working Title (The Union and UK Tour), Ruckus in the Garden (The Lowry), Something Spoken (RootedMoon Festival), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Parkland Walk)
Alexandria holds a strong passion for travel that drives her to pursue work and opportunities abroad. Like some kind of proud mum who loves to bake without using recipes, you can often expect small treats during long rehearsal days which brighten up your day.
ELICIA MOON MURPHY
Elicia is a London based actress. She graduated from Italia Conti Academy in 2012 where she studied Performing Arts. Since graduating, Elicia has worked professionally and continues to further her career in the arts.
Oppression Olympics (The Bread and Roses Theatre); Full Circle (Tristan Bates); Into The Woods (Theatre Illogica); These Four Walls (Blue Elephant Theatre); The Man of Mode (Upstairs at The Gatehouse) Female Intuition (Blue Elephant Theatre); A Working Title TOUR (Union Theatre, Manchester fringe, Camden fringe and Edinburgh fringe); Miranda (Voiceover, Barons Court Theatre) The Game of Love and Chance (The Barons Court Theatre); Romeo & Juliet (TIE TOUR) Into the Woods (The Avondale Theatre); One night in London (London Film School) and Babe the Sheep Pig (Royal Shakespeare Company).
Producing credits include: The Man of Mode (Upstairs at The Gatehouse) Series of scratch nights for Original Impact at The Blue Elephant.
She is delighted to be teaming up permanently with Original Impact as Assistant Producer after being involved in their successful UK tour of their debut play "A Working Title"
Megan has worked professionally as an actor, singer, director and writer since graduating from The Musical Theatre Academy in 2014. She has appeared in several classical theatre productions (Romeo and Juliet 2014, The Comedy or Errors 2015), theatre in education tours (Network 2015 -2016, Exposed 2017) and musicals (Cool Rider 2014, One Way Ticket 2015). Her award nominated debut play, A Working Title toured the UK in 2016.
She enjoys wine of any colour, talking to strangers and, weirdly, interior design magazines. She finds writing about herself in third person a bit awkward.
Elizabeth graduated from London Studio Centre in 2013 and has since been working professionally as an actress, dancer and singer. A proactive performer, she has also dabbled in directing, writing, choreographing and producing, and hopes to do more of "everything" in the future with Original Impact. Elizabeth is also the founder of The Showreel Collective, a group of actors that meet monthly to alternately write, produce and film a scene for their individual showreels, to encourage actors to be more knowledgeable performers.
Credits: Lisa Houseman in A Night of Dancing (UK Tour), Mrs Loveit in The Man of Mode (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Elizabeth Bennett in Pride and Prejudice (Attic Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon), Desdemona in Othello (Moors Bar Theatre), Sibyl Vane in Dorian Gray (Lion and Unicorn Theatre), Sally Slaton in Parade (Pleasance Theatre), Dancer in the London Olympic Opening Ceremony and Paralympic Opening Ceremony (BBC), Dancer in Endeavour (ITV). Elizabeth has also starred in many short films and screen projects, one which she wrote and co-produced and submitted to an all female filmmakers festival.
Elizabeth's real name is Emma, so if you know her by this, you've probably made it.
Sam is a Yorkshire born Director & Producer living in London, graduating from European Theatre Arts course at Rose Bruford College in 2014. He believes in spontaneity, exploration and the power of narrative and the live experience to make change.
Directing credits include: The ‘Neath: Witches Shack (The Vaults) Blue Tent (Seven Dials Club), The Beach House (Etcetera Theatre) and The Attention Economy (Stanley Halls).
He is also an artist in residence at The Fly Pit in Norwood Junction where he works with emerging artists, organises events and develops immersive theatre shows. Other interests include human psychology, walking/hiking and all things comic-book and nerdy!