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Wells Operatic Society
Ken has had experience working for newspapers and knows how pen an article or two! (Who are we kidding, he's probably written thousands!). There is practically no area of the theatre that he has not been involved in - except perhaps costume! He has directed plays, panto, musicals - he has even written some original musicals and plays himself! He also acts, taking on challenging dramatic and comedic roles and is very interested in stage craft.
When not in committee meetings Emma can usually be found in the workshop or lurking backstage.
Niamh has only been with Wells Little Theatre a relatively short time, but has certainly left her mark and isn't afraid to get stuck in to all aspects of the theatre. From Shakespearean drama to panto, she'll take on any part thrown at her - even at the last minute - and is always a willing to lend a hand at set painting, open days and any odd jobs here and there. Often found propping up the bar, either serving or depleting the stocks of Peroni.
Pauline is our dedicated holder of the purse-strings when she isn't gracing the stage with her presence and talents. She has the unenviable task of keeping the theatre cash-flow going and paying the bills! When not holding the cheque book, she has been known for many fine performances, from musicals to plays and panto (thigh slapping has indeed occurred on occasion!)
Sharon has been in many shows as a Principal - from the Principal Boy in Panto, to Gloria in Return to the Forbidden planet and she always does a memorable and often hilarious performance. She also helps out in other areas and has started trying out the directors role with panto.
With a ridiculous amount of expertise in the realm of theatre, Graham can always be relied upon to 'illuminate' an issue. His specialty is lighting for which he has numerous accolades, but he has also been known to take on the Stage Manager or producer role or help with set construction. As such, his back stage knowledge is at expertise level and he can usually be found up a ladder, or plunging the stage into black out when you least expect it!
Mike is a stalwart of the backstage crew and proud of it, as well as being one of those that sees to the upkeep and re-stocking of the bar (which arguably makes him one of the most important people in the theatre!)Mike has a lot of experience of being involved with charities and committees, and can bring this knowledge to the theatre. You can generally find Mike with a cup of coffee in his hand staring at a rostrum thoughtfully.