Arty crime is coming to Liverpool! Catch it in the act!
written by Robertino Patilea and directed by Andrew McKay
A gang leader whose memoirs are to be made into a movie comes face to face with the actor who will play him. The actor undergoes an ordeal by fire to prove that he is the right man. He steals, he deals and he toughens up.
Textbook case of method acting. Of sorts. Of the crazy sorts.
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Julian Feria had movie roles in “Broken Swords” (lead), the “Black Briefcase” (lead), “Blackout” and “Impasse”. On stage, he played Abanezer in the “Aladdin” pantomime, Dr. Charles Greenwood in “Jekyll and Hyde”, a Zombie in the “Shaun of the Dead Experience” and Det. Tim Wraith in “Where’s Jack?”
Arthur (Archie) Roberts was a chef for 20 years when he decided it was time to embrace his true passion: acting. He played the lead role in “Murderous Injustice”. On stage, his roles include the lead in a “Grim Grin” Halloween special, Ugly Sister in “Cinderella”, Bill Sykes in “Oliver Twist”, the musical “Cabaret” (December 2015), a duologue and three monologues for Grin Theatre and 3 characters in a recent production of Frankenstein.
Andrew McKay trained at Sir Paul McCartney’s school the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts where he studied acting and musical theatre. Since graduating he has choreographed a 60’s juke box musical called “Shout!” which will be on at the Royal Court Theatre this May 20th until the 4th of June. Before directing / choreographing, Andrew worked in many different aspects of the arts industry.
Robertino Patilea has a full feature-length scriptwriting credit to his name (“Monies, cons and bones”) and has won two playwriting prizes (for “The perfect democracy” and “The S industry”) – all in another language. “A role” is his first foray into writing in English.