Roger Williams - Writer
Roger Williams writes for television and theatre. His work for TV includes the Bafta-nominated Tales from Pleasure Beach (BBC2), Hollyoaks (C4) and Gwaith/Cartref (S4C). Most recently he created the drama series 'Tir' for S4C. He won a Bafta-Cymru award for screenwriting for his work on the Welsh language drama series Caerdydd in 2010. He has written theatre plays for companies including Made in Wales, Sherman Cymru and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He was writer in residence with Sydney Theatre Company and his plays have been performed in Australia, New Zealand and New York. Roger has also written radio plays for Radio 4, Radio Wales and Radio Cymru.
Roger has recently been nominated for a BAFTA Cymru Award for best writer for his work on TIR for S4C.
Kate Wasserberg - Director
Kate is the Artistic Director of The Other Room, Cardiff’s first permanent pub theatre where she has directed Blasted and The Dying of Today.
Previous to this she was the Associate Director of Clwyd Theatr Cymru, where she directed Aristocrats, Last Christmas, Salt, Root and Roe, Glengarry Glen Ross, Roots, Gaslight, Dancing at Lughnasa, Pieces (Brits Off Broadway, New York), The Glass Menagerie (CTC and tour) and A History of Falling Things (CTC and Sherman Cymru).
As Associate Director of the Finborough Theatre, London, she directed The Man (national tour), Sons of York and Little Madam, all by James Graham and The Representative, I Wish to Die Singing and The New Morality.
Other directing includes The Knowledge/1hr45 (Royal Court/Dirty Protest), Mirror Teeth (Finborough Theatre), 2007 Schools Festival (Young Vic), and Switzerland (Hightide).
As an Assistant Director Kate has worked at the Barbican, the Abbey Theatre Dublin, the Young Vic, Shakespeare’s Globe and the Theatre Royal Bath.
Kate is the joint editor (with playwright Tim Price) of Contemporary Welsh Plays, published by Methuen.
Delme Thomas - Actor
Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts
Theatre Includes: The Apple Cart and The Invisible Treasure for fanSHEN (Ovalhouse/Tour), Bryn Thomas in HomeFires (Newhaven Fort), Sam in The Backstage Tour (Hoxton Hotel), Del in Potted Potter (West End, Off-Broadway & USA Tour), Rupert of Hentzau/Fritz Von Tarlenheim in The Prisoner Of Zenda (Chalkfoot Theatre Arts National Tour), Price in Fractures (Soho Theatre), Steve Sloane/Dave/Survivor/Twitter in Not Another Musical and Joe in You Once Said Yes for Look Left Look Right (Latitude and Roundhouse), Brian in Lost Soul and Mike in Whispering Grass (HighTide Festival Theatre)
TV/Film Includes: Gareth Riley in Holby City (BBC One), Goran in The Garden (BBC3), Britain Sings Christmas (ITV/Endemol/Initial)
Workshops: Stopping Point (1894 Collective/Apollo Victoria), Youth (UndebTheatre), Rossetti: The Musical (MV Productions), Dance Class (GiantOlive)