Company of Actors

Here is the Thunder’s Mouth Theatre company of actors who take part in episodes of the podcast.

Allana Noyes – Georgina (Georgie)

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Allana and Flloyd recording Episode 5 “Caught Out”

Allana is an Australian actress and Voice and Speech teacher who lives in Toowoomba, Qld, Australia, with her husband Bob and Pluto the Wonder Dog. Allana appears in Episodes 5, 8 and 20.

Mark Porter — Jack — The Postman

Mark appears in Episodes 10, 11 and 19

Mark is an actor/writer based in Liverpool. He can be seen on Amazon Prime in 2020’s “While We Wait” and stars in Rusty Apper’s “Artefacts of Fear” (October 2021). His crime comedy novels are available through Amazon, more details at www.markporter.weebly.com. To be honest, the words ‘cult hero’ and ‘international mega star’ spring to mind—if not quite now, then very very soon!

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Jane Vicary — Pattie

When Jane Vicary isn’t eating oysters in Whistable she lives in the Lake District and walks the fells. She is a freelance Voice and Text Coach and Director having previously been Head of Voice at ALRA North and the Arden School of Theatre in Manchester. She trained at the Central School of Speech & Drama, wrote her dissertation on Voice and Gender which was published in the VASTA Journal of 2004 and has pursued the glories of a simple life ever since.

Jane appears in Episode 1

Christopher McDougall— Rene — Piotr/Charlie Hobsworth

Christopher’s recent acting credits include Davie McD/Sam/Tobias Grenfell in Tell Me A Story, produced by Kibo Productions for Zoom; Squire Bogey (and others) in Jack and the Beanstalk, with M&M Theatrical Productions; God in It’s Aboot Adam, at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe; Various characters in The Sherlock Holmes Experience, at Madame Tussaud’s, London; and Fairy G/Sugar Plum in Bad Cinderella, at the Cockpit Theatre, in December 2018.

In April 2021, alongside fellow producer Mark Hunter, he co-wrote, co-directed and was Musical Director on Robin Hood: A Virtual Pantomime, which took place on Zoom, and was very well received.

Christopher has written a new musical – Star Streaker: The Musical –which he hopes to revive in the not so distant future!

Christopher McDougall
Chris appears in Episodes 14, 15 and 21

Find out more about what Christopher is doing at www.christophermcdougall.co.uk

Joanna Cazden—Esme (Essie)

Joanna Cazden is an actor and singer/songwriter in California USA. She has an MFA from CalArts (favorite role: Puck in MSND) and has also appeared in dramatic roles with the Seattle Lyric Theater, and Sholem Community Players; music credits include several national tours in the 1970s feminist music movement, six solo albums, an ensemble CD with Pete Seeger, and a season as music director for Boston’s Caravan Theater. She is also a licensed speech pathologist specializing in vocal arts rehabilitation, and the author of Everyday Voice Care: The Lifestyle Guide for Singers and Talkers. Her pandemic-era songs “COVID Hard Times Come Again No More,” and “When the Whole World Opens Up Again,” can be found on all music platforms and at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8UDIaxfQ5I5_WxOnFFqrag; contact www.joannacazden.com.

Amy Stoller—BethAnn

Amy Stoller (BethAnn) spent her first act as an actor and is now enjoying her second act as a dialect designer/coach and dramaturge. You can learn lots more about her and her work at www.stollersystem.com.

Bibi

Bibi—Honey the dog

Bibi is the Stoller System Client Morale Officer and is delighted to be making her podcast debut.

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“Just what is old? You can’t help but love the lead character Helen as she tries to dodge the, “Are you alrights,” from her family and she searches for the true meaning of the word “Old”

Flloyd is a master of timing and voices. Really enjoyable.”

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“Clever tales in a unique woman’s voice. Flloyd’s mini-dramas are refreshing, witty and cleanly done. Acerbic yet sweet, like a fresh lemonade.”

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★★★★★ Very interesting. Nice stories and nice delivery.  Looking forward to more.  (Fun 1894, US)

More Reviews

“I have just found this piece of genius. What a talented performer Flloyd is. Some versatile acting provides us with four different and equally believable characters and the piece is written with truth and pathos. Beautiful editing too, I recommend it. And Flloyd, old? Never!🙂”  Sarah Macdonald

“Absolutely wonderful, almost sounds as if it was written by a real writer.”
Bill Cooke, (who is even more twisted than Flloyd).