SHERINGHAM LITTLE THEATRE
WEDNESDAY 17TH - SATURDAY 20TH OCTOBER
David Duncombe playing Gordon Whitehouse
David has been part of CSODS for around eight years and thoroughly enjoys being part of the CSODS family. His favourite role to date was in 'Copacabana' in 2015 when he really enjoyed learning all the dances and how much fun the show was.
In 'Dangerous Corner', David plays Gordon Whitehouse, Freda's brother and a company director. There's certainly a few surprises for this character as the play goes on.
David says "Doing this play has certainly built my confidence and belief in my ability. I am truly thankful Robin (Director) gave me this opportunity. I've also been production secretary for this play and have found that really enjoyable to learn about what goes into each production.
Paul James playing Robert Caplan.
This is Paul's second show with CSODS and he is delighted to be playing the role of Robert Caplan. After holidaying in Cromer for over 20 years, an opportunity arose for Paul and his wife and son to move to Cromer in 2016. Since then they have not looked back and feel more at home in Cromer than anywhere else they have lived, having made lovely new friends. Paul's wife encouraged him to join CSODS after he had seen the posters for such shows as Calamity Jane and Made in Dagenham.
The part of Robert Caplan is a million miles away from the part of Sweaty Eddie that he played in this years Sister Act.
Robert Caplan is blissfully unaware when a chance remark leads him on a journey of new truths that he now needs to understand and comprehend. Around every corner a new revelation comes towards him to his climactic exit.
This is the biggest role in a play that Paul has been in. Previous to 'Dangerous Corner' and 'Sister Act' Paul has not performed on a stage since his school productions.
Day to day Paul owns and runs a promotional company with his wife in beautiful Cromer.
Samuel Starsmore playing Charles Stanton
Samuel specifically chose to audition for Charles Stanton following the initial script read through as he had never allowed himself to project into an even vaguely villainous character before.Samuel says "It was great fun to let myself go and act, and inject real venom into the role especially later in the play.
"I became involved with CSODS in late June, when a colleague of mine would come into our mutual workplace practising her singing. She recommended that I attend the reading and I found myself hooked by the wonderful supportive atmosphere permeating the society as well as the professional attitude of all cast and staff towards the production.
Samuel is an apprentice stonemason, producing headstones and new decorative pieces, repairing damaged structures, and training to one day open my own workshop.