DISTRIBUTION

 

Quentin Moriot (Arthur)

 

Quentin Moriot à suivi une formation de comédien, chanter et danseur au Conservatoire Frederic Chopin à Paris. Avant cette formation il a la chance de travailler avec Yves Beaunesne (Un mois à la Campagne) et Mario Gonzalez (assistant lors de cours au CNSAD et en Suède). Il travaille à plusieurs reprises avec Régis de Martrin Donos - Théâtre de poche, Théâtre 14, Vingtième théâtre, Théatre des 13 vents (Diderot Bagarre, Le Banquet d’Auteuil), Juliette Séjourné (L’opéra de quat’sous de Brecht, La Princesse Maleine de Maeterlinck), ainsi que Mathilde Carreau (Quelqu’un va venir, La Surprise de l’Amour).

En 2014 il découvre le monde de la comédie musicale ce qui lui permet de mettre en pratique sa formation pluridisciplinaire (Blanche Neige et moi, Next Thing You Know).

 

C’est avec joie qu’il rejoint l’équipe de King Arthur dans le rôle d’Arthur.

 

 

Quentin trained at the Conservatoire Frederic Chopin in Paris as an actor/singer/dancer after working with Yves Beaunesne (The Tourgueniev’s play A Month In The Country) and Mario Gonzalez (Comedia and Clowns). He has worked professionally with Regis de Martrin Donos (Diderot Bagarre and Le Banquet D’auteuil, J.M. Besset), Juliette Sejourné (The Threepenny Opera, Brecht and La Princesse Maleine, Maeterlinck) and Mathilde Carreau (Quelqu’un va venir, Jon Fosse and La Surprise de l’Amour, Marivaux).

His foray into musical theatre began in 2014, with the musical Snow White and I (directed by Nicolas Guilleminot) and Next Thing You Know (directed by Tolgay Pekin). Quentin has worked in physical theatre with Olivier Dubois and Sebastien Perrault.

 

Quentin is delighted to join the team of King Arthur as Arthur.

 

 

 

Stéphane Otero (Merlin)

 

Stéphane Otero graduated valedictorian from the Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique du Centre de Paris.

He has performed in close to twenty plays and has worked with directors such as Stéphane Olivié Bisson, Etienne Pommeret from the Théâtre National of Strasbourg, Dominique Pitoiset at the Théâtre National of Bordeaux, Mihaï Tarna or Joël Jouanneau.

 

In 2011 and 2012, he played at Théâtre du Soleil, in Shakespeare’s King Cymbeline, directed by Hélène Cinque.

 

In 2014, he was Scipion in Albert Camus' Caligula alongside with Bruno Putzulu touring in French National Theaters and broadcasted on France 2.

 

Convinced that theatre can help people in their every day life, Stéphane directs workshops for unemployed people with the Cie Odysée Art since 2009.

 

Stéphane played Dracula in "The Mystery of Mr Renfield & Count Dracula" and the iconic Sherlock Holmes in “ The Hound of The Baskervilles” for Théâtre en Anglais. He is delighted to be playing another immortal of English literature: Merlin.

 

MATHIEU BECQUERELLE  ( Kay )

Entre-temps, Mathieu travaille de façon régulière avec le groupe vocal a cappella Les Voix Animées sous la direction de Luc Coadou à Toulon.

 

En 2012, il intègre la troupe du spectacle Sister Act au Théâtre Mogador.

 

Il est ensuite metteur en scène assistant du spectacle Songs For A New World à l’automne 2013. En tant que pianiste, Mathieu est amené à accompagner les chanteuses Maurane et Clara Guipont sur France 2.

 

En mars 2014, Mathieu écrit son premier spectacle Comme à la maison, autour de ses compositions personnelles qu’il arrange pour piano, voix et violoncelle. Pour le festival d’Avignon, Mathieu joue le rôle d’un comique-troupier pendant la guerre de 14 dans Le Cabaret Blanche. À l’automne, il travaille sur les chansons de Michel Legrand en écrivant son deuxième spectacle Je l’ai cherché partout, et finit l’année en jouant dans le spectacle jeune public Blanche-Neige & moi à Paris.

 

En 2015, Mathieu intègre le sextet masculin a cappella Opus Jam qui se produit sur les grandes scènes de France mais aussi à l’étranger (Londres, Trévise, Zurich…).

 

C’est avec une grande joie qu’il travaille pour la première fois avec Théâtre En Anglais au printemps 2016 pour interpréter le rôle de Kay dans King Arthur, The Sword From The Stone.

 

 

ELÉONORE mONASTERIO ( Morgana ) {Guadeloupe only}

 

Eléonore découvre la comédie musicale très jeune. Elle commence à l'âge de 11 ans. Après avoir fait des études de langues, elle est acceptée à l'Académie Internationale de Comédie Musicale de Paris (AICOM). Elle en sort diplômée. Depuis elle partage son temps entre la scène et le métier de professeur de chant. Elle a joué notamment dans Pinocchio, Twins Le Musical, Les Misérables, Babar, Into The Woods, et en Guadeloupe avec le Théâtre en Anglais avec le premiere Chapitre de "King Arthur - the Sword From The Stone". Elle a aussi incarné le rôle de Morgane dans le concept album de Arthur, Le Musical. Depuis 2014, elle est chanteuse event Disneyland Paris.

 

 

 

Rebecca James (Cecily)

Rebecca is an English actress who has been based in Paris since 2009. Rebecca trained at QMW, London and the Method Acting Center, Paris and has performed in a wide range of film and theatre productions in both French and English.

 

Film work includes Deux Semaines Krono (dir. Stéphane Floricien) Marvin (dir. Anne Fontaine), Twice (Sarah Arlen) and The Rezort (dir. Steve Barker). Theatre productions include Closer by Patrick Marber (dir. Arlette- Rachel Azran), Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas (dir. Martin Vaughan Lewis) and Candide by Leonard Berstein (dir. Phillip Dean). Rebecca also works as a voice over artist and an acting coach. Rebecca is delighted to have joined Théâtre en Anglais and to be touring France playing the role of Cecily in The Real Importance of Being Earnest.

 

 

Serge O’Sullivan ( Jack )

Serge was born in Montreal, Canada of an Irish mother and a French father. He studied acting at the Samuel Beckett Center in Dublin and is now based in Paris.

 

His theatre work includes The Hound of the Baskervilles (Théâtre en Anglais), Michka (La Lune Verte), King Lear (The Abbey Theatre), Der Jasager, der Neinsager (Forum Culturel du Blanc-Mesnil), The Wiremen (Gate Theatre), Lucrèce Borgia (L’Exercice Theatre) and Mirma Never Dies (Elsinor Theatre Company). Film and television work includes The Rules (MTV 2) and Dérives Urbaines (Independent production).

 

 

 

 

Camille Lecointre (Gwendolen)

 

Seen as Mina in Dracula in the second tour with the Théâtre en Anglais.

Camille, born in 1988, started on the acting path at the age of 8, when she enrolled in her town's amateur theatre club.

 

18 years later she still treads the same path, this time with diplomas in her pocket from the Scène 7 school in Lyon and the London Academy of Musical and Dramatic Arts.

 

She has participated in plays of many different genres, from "Fear and Misery of the 3rd Reich" to "Dracula", and has worked on short films in Paris for the past few years.

 

Being bilingual in French and English has also led her to conduct English-speaking theatre workshops in schools all over France.

 

 

Theo Agate (Algernon)

It is only during his Sophomore year of high school in Chicago that Théo decides to pursue a career in performing arts after participating in the Spring Musical "Beauty and the Beast". After returning home to France the following year he commences training in the arts in local associations while finishing high school. He then moved to Paris and attends the "Académie Internationale de Comédie Musicale de Paris" (AICOM) in 2013. Since then he has had the oppurtunity to work on several musical productions in Paris and on tour: "Pinnochio" (Patou le Chat), "Les Misérables" (Bamatabois & ensemble), "L'Ecole des Petits Monstres" (Balthazar), "Le Pirate et la Poupée" (Mimosa le Pirate) and the reading of the new musical "A Cuba Libre!" (Pepe).

 

In 2015 he was given the oppurtunity to tour in the play "King Arthur: The Sword From the Stone” with Théâtre en Anglais as Arthur and is thrilled to be joining this challenging new production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" as Algernon!