Shukrananda is one of the UK’s most prolific and successful vocal coaches. Initially trained at LIPA, Shuk is an actor, musician, vocal coach, singer and director working with artists of all abilities and is a powerful advocate of the voice as a tool to maintain a professional career. Some of the performers Shuk works with include Drama School entry students, actors prepping for an audition in film or television, singers and musical theatre performers. Shukrananda is the CEO of the successful Sing Sing Sing Academy in Oxfordshire and works both in Oxfordshire, London and Worldwide.
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Annie Lees Jones
With a background in comedy and stunts Annie is a performer and freelance stunt/fight director specialising in physical comedy and slapstick.
Companies she has worked with include The RSC (The Hypocrite) with five star reviews reading ‘some of the best physical comedy I’ve ever seen’ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️, We Are Open Bar (Comedy of Errors) nominated for Best Off West End Performance, Royal Opera House (The Ring Cycle) and ITVs My Phone Genie. She also performed as Ariel on a 40ft trapeze rig in The Tempest on Fire (Brecon Beacons) and as the lead stunt actress & fight director for the worlds biggest open air opera at Bregenz Festspiele (Andre Chenier)
Other work includes Elektra in the Total Warrior: Spartan series for EA Games (Motion Capture), feature films The Grandisons, Rock Band vs Vampires, Staying Dead, Evolutionary. Theatre productions as fight director on The Three Musketeers, Romeo & Juliet, Robin Hood and Arthur of Camelot.
Alice Kornitzer is an Offie Nominated Director and Dramaturge – educated at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, and Bristol University, she began working at the Berliner Ensemble as both an actor and musician at a young age and toured Europe extensively.
She has worked as the assistant director for Inside Intelligence’s productions of Brendan Cowell’s Happy New, Trafalgar Studios and Fermin Cabal’s Tejas Verdes, St. John’s, Edinburgh Fringe 2013.
Other theatre credits include: Ibsen’s Peer Gynt (Berliner Ensemble), Wallace Shawn’s The Fever (Berlin, Germany), Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage (Linz, Austria), Jules Horne’s Allotment (Edinburgh Fringe First winner 2011), Christopher O’Shaughnessy’s The Ruth Ellis Show (Goldsmith’s University, London, UK), Eleanor Appleton’s The Terrace (NOC@Nooks, London, UK).
Most recently she has directed the memoir adaptation of the bestseller The Accidental Caregiver by Gregor Collins at the Robert Moss Theater in New York, US. A revival for this is in planning for Summer 2016. Alice is currently in development on Callum Crouch’s ‘The Third’ as well as Being Offie Nominated for Best Director on ‘Chummy’ (White Bear).
Alice was also Assistant Director on ‘Cold Callers’ a pilot comedy show pitched to Channel 4.