Mary Mason, Secretary
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Will Rye, Marketing and Publicity
Will joined Bromley Players in 2014 shortly before October’s show. Ever since, he has been a proud member of the society and taken a further role by stepping onto the committee team shortly after playing ‘Sketch’ in the company’s sell-out production of “Hairspray”. “Lend Me A Tenor” then became Will’s first show to be involved in, both on stage and behind the scenes helping to organise social and fundraising events. With a huge passion for art and design Will has taken on the roles of producing merchandise and “promotional design” which include both the “Lend Me A Tenor” poster and the “Jesus Christ Superstar” designs.
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Bromley Players is run by a group of volunteers known as the committee. If you ever have any questions or concerns then feel free to talk to any of our committee members. You can meet them below...
If you are interested in joining the committee please talk to one of the team below.
Ian Chapman, Chairman
Ian has been chairman of Bromley Players since 2012 and was on the committee for two years prior to this. He enjoys all aspects of theatre and in addition to performing has been stage manager for Bromley Players' production of Hairspray, sound for Lend Me A Tenor as well as directing Godspell and NODA flame award winning Rent. His passion however is performing and he has played lead roles with the society such as Anatoly in Chess, the Pirate King in Pirates of Penzance, Hook in Peter Pan, Cain in Children of Eden and Beadle Bamford in Sweeney Todd. He has also performed with other local societies including Judd in Oklahoma, the Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz, Dad in Our House and Harry in Blitz. Ian’s day job is as a doorkeeper at the House of Commons which has sparked a keen interest in Politics.
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Frances Sheehan, Treasurer
Frances has been a member of the Society for a few decades now, through two name changes – St Joseph’s Operatic Society / Bromley Operatic Society / Bromley Players - and also many different theatre venues, from school halls to The Churchill Theatre Bromley, The Stag Theatre Sevenoaks and our latest home, The Bob Hope Theatre, Eltham. During those decades I have enjoyed appearing in many different shows and have now done a few twice, but am amazed at how many new shows we are now performing in the last few years. I joined the committee early on and have been a member through most of the 90s to now. Mostly this have been as the Treasurer and also the Society Box Office contact..........so you will be hopefully meeting me in one form or another, when ordering tickets or performing on-stage together
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Robin Kelly, Membership
Robin's involvement with theatre began in 1967 in his native Manchester. He trained at the Central School of Speech & Drama and taught Drama for a number of years. He has acted, directed, written, worked backstage and designed lighting for a number of societies North and South as well as sitting on committees. He joined Bromley Players for Sweeney Todd and was so impressed by the quality of production as well as the forward thinking of the committee that he stayed on to continue that work, currently dealing with membership.
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Rochelle Bisson, Publicity / Social Media
Rochelle has been on the committee since 2014 when she first joined Bromley Players for their sell-out show, Hairspray. Since then she has also played Judy in A Chorus Line with Glenlyn Academy. Before joining the world of amateur dramatics she performed in her school musicals as well as training in Freestyle Disco, Ballroom and Latin American dance. She was also extremely proud to dance in the London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony. Rochelle is responsible for press, social media, the newsletter and the website which all tie in nicely with her career as a charity press officer. Rochelle is part of London's largest theatre blogging group, #LDNTheatreBloggers, reviewing productions across the West End and the South East on her blog: amusicalmuppet.tumblr.com. She also enjoys running and volunteering.
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Sarah Chapman, Fundraising
Sarah has been a member of Bromley Players since she was 15. Her first show was Mack & Mabel at the Stag Theatre when we were Bromley Operatic Society. Recently she has choreographed Rent and directed Peter Pan and Hairspray. She was also the proud recipient of the Louise English award for Outstanding Contribution by a young person to amateur theatre in 2014. She is currently responsible for fundraising on the committee. She has a lot to thank the society for as she met her fiancé (Mr Chairman) through their shows and was proposed to on stage at the end of one (Godspell). Outside of the amateur theatre world she enjoys pole fitness, blogging about theatre (musicaltheatremusings.co.uk) & reviewing for Londontheatre1, although working in the legal field is miles away from any of this.
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Dom Lucas, Corporate Support / Webmaster
Dom joined the society in 2015, but first performed with them back in 1988, when it was Bromley Operatic Society. He has over 30 years experience in performance, as an Actor, Singer and even a DJ. Dom trained with the Act Up Theatre School and has performed with a number of other societies in the past. Dom has sung at the Royal Albert Hall in front of Royalty and has recently performed a special composition from Wagner’s Das Walkure with the Voicelab Project at the Royal Festival Hall.
Dom is keen to develop the corporate sposnsorship elements for the society, and is really happy to talk to people about opportunities available. Outside of musical theatre, Dom utilises his theatrical abilities within his career as a Cyber Security professional.
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