Noa trained in her home country of Israel and did a further year of Post Graduate training at the Royal Academy of Music, Musical Theatre Course in London.
Stage credits in Israel, the UK & Europe include: A Midsummer Night's Dream/TNT(Titania/Hippolyta), Hair-Live in Ahoy/EJB(Angela), Judenfrei/New End Theatre (Hannah), The Fool/Edward Bond (Mary Lamb) at the Cock Tavern, The House of Mirrors & Hearts (Anna) at the Arcola Theatre & Edinburgh Festival. May Contain Nuts at the Hen & Chicken in Islington. Lead Singer in the Sadler's Wells / Raymond Gubbay production of Latin Fever in the West End (2009) and on tour (2010). Hair (Jeannie), Telemachus Clay, Once Upon a Mattress,The Hostage, My Fair Lady at the Library Theatre Israel. Les Miserables, Israeli Opera House (U/S Cossette), A Little Night Music (Charlotte), The Baker’s Wife (Denise), The Importance of Being Earnest, Fallen Angels at the Royal Academy.
Television & Film: Paramount Pictures World War Z, Marc Forster. The Crossmaker, David Anderson. Ruby Films/Film4 Chatroom, Hideo Nakata, BBC/HBO Rome, Steven Shill.BBC Nuclear Race. And Elton John Gala Concert at the Royal Opera House, BBC, (Backing Vocalist)
Noa is a recording artist and professional Harmonica player, who collaborates with different musicians on various projects.
Richard Hartley-Wilson gained a First Class BA (hons) in Performing Arts at Middlesex University before training at the Royal Academy of Music on the musical theatre course receiving a scholarship and the Mary Hammond Masterclass Award for acting through song. He works extensively as a singer, and vocal coach.
Theatre Credits include:
Warchild (NYMT), The Firebird (Barons Court Theatre)16 Gobs (Kings Head Theatre), Notes Across a Small Pond (Bridewell/Carol Metcalfe), An Enchanted Evening (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Nelson (SoHo Theatre/David Gilmore), Terry Pratchetts’ Only You Can Save Mankind (Pleasance/Christian Durham), Drive Ride Walk (Riverside studios tour/Greenwich Theatre/Tour), Aladdin (Broadway Theatre Peterborough), Thursford Xmas Spectacular (Thursford), Stage To Screen/Cant Stop The Rock (Royal Caribbean Cruises), Guys and Dolls (Gaiety Theatre Isle of Man), Fiddlers on the Hoof (Tours of India and Zambia), Scrapbook Live (Leicester Square Theatre) TV Credits include: Songs Of Praise Soloist (BBC), An Enchanted Evening (BBC3), Golden Jubilee Celebrations (Buckingham Palace). Session work includes the Ridley Scott produced “Life in a Day” and Patrick Moore’s “Space”. He also regularly performs with the Orchestral Fusion band ‘Tonic Fold’ and as a singer/songwriter.
Eamonn O’Dwyer, Musical Director
Eamonn trained at the Royal Academy of Music, and has worked as a musical director and composer in theatres all over the UK and the world. From 2009-2011 he played the role of the Song Man in the National Theatre’s multi-award winning War Horse in London’s West End. His musical The House of Mirrors & Hearts won the MTM Award for Best Original Score at the Edinburgh Festival in 2010 and is currently in development for a London run. He has been shortlisted for both the 2012 Stiles & Drewe Song Competition and the inaugural Craig Barbour Composition Award. For the Rose Theatre he has written and arranged music for a variety of productions, including Stephen Unwin’s A Christmas Carol, Ciaran McConville’s Hamlet and Our Town, and the forthcoming IYAF’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle.
Other credits include: My Swordhand is Singing (Pop-Up Festival 2012); Pyjama Poetry (Balham Bowls Club); Merrie England (Finborough Theatre); Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Tabard Theatre); The Massacre (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds); Frankenstein – The Year Without A Summer (Dorset Corset Theatre Company); Liquorice & Smokerings (Pulse Festival, Ipswich); A Midsummer Night’s Dream & Shakespeare in the Garden (Barakura Festival Theatre, Japan).