Every family has a dark underbelly. Especially the perfect ones.
The Times ★★★★ - "A wildly entertaining satire" - The playwright Mary Laws hacks American suburban perfection to pieces... Read Review
The Times ★★★★
Time Out ★★★★
Theatre includes: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Theatr Clwyd), The Stick House (Raucous), Twelve Angry Men (Kenwright), Lyre, Oscar and Jim (High Tide Festival), Three Women and a Piano Tuner (Chichester/Hampstead Theatre), Twelfth Night (English Touring Theatre), After Agincourt, Before Nell (L&G Productions), The Threepenny Opera (National Youth Theatre).
Matt trained at Mountview Academy and have been working in the industry for 10 years. (2017) - Gangsta Granny West End & UK Tour (2018) - Blueberry Toast Soho Theatre (2018) - BFI & Raindance Nominated Short Film Alien Culture
Training: Sylvia Young Theatre School, Arts Educational Schools London, LAMDA, member of The National Youth Theatre.
Theatre Includes: Markie/Lily/Tina/Little Girl in The Twilight Zone (The Almeida Theatre), Violet Beauregarde in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (original cast Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), Matilda in Matilda (original cast, RSC)
After graduation from Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Gala made her professional stage debut in 2012, playing the lead role of Irina in Benedict Andrews' production of Chekhov's Three Sisters at the Young Vic starring opposite Vanessa Kirby. She then followed on starring in her first feature film, Kids in Love alongside Cara Delevingne, Will Poulter, Sebastian de Souza and Alma Jodorowsky. Since then Gala has appeared on stage in The Blinding Light at The Jermyn Street Theatre. Gala has starred in ITV series, Endeavour and as Christine Keeler in Netflix hit series, The Crown. Gala most recently starred as Anna in Sky One's Bulletproof opposite Noel Clarke.
Mary is a native of Texas and received her MFA in playwriting in 2014 from the Yale School of Drama. Just prior to her graduation, Mary signed on as co-screenwriter with Nicolas Winding Refn on his latest film The Neon Demon.
She is currently writing on Seth Rogen’s new series for AMC, “Preacher” and has written for NBC/Sky Atlantic’s series “Patient Zero.”
Steve is Artistic Director of Soho Theatre. Since Joining Soho Theatre he has directed Bits of Me Are Falling Apart, First Love is the Revolution, Death of a Comedian, I Kiss Your Heart, The One, The Night Before Christmas, Address Unknown, Pastoral, The Boy Who Fell Into A Book, Utopia, Fir and Proper People, Mongrel Island and Realism.