Krystine Atti – The Wife
Krystine Atti is a London-based actress, writer and director. Her previous work includes theatre production Sugar (2017), web-series The Fatherhood (2016), Wedding Dates (2015), and short film, Give and Pull (2016)
She also directed, produced and starred in the well-received comedy short, The Tinder Problem (2016); which has been screened at Aesthetica Short Film Festival and the BUFF Film Festival
Michelle Greenidge – The Adviser
Michelle Greenidge is a London-based actor who works in Theatre, Film & Television.
Michelle has worked with much of Britain’s major theatre talent, including director Jeremy Herrin, and playwrights Deborah Bruce and Nicola Baldwin. She also enjoys working with writers and directors in new writing festivals, such as Theatre 503’s Rapid Response, Southwark Playhouse’s Little Pieces of Gold, and Park Theatre’s Script Accelerator. She is also a regular performer for the charity Clean Break; and has had the honour of acting as one of their Ambassadors.
Film work includes hit urban feature The Intent (2016), & its upcoming sequel, The Intent 2: The Come Up. Her short film work includes the award-winning Crude (2014), and Triforce Film Festival finalist Sorry We Don’t Help Darkies (2013). She has also appeared in the powerful CentrePoint charity short Nadia (2017), and Class of 15, which screened at SOUL Celebrate, held at the BFI Southbank.
Television includes: Casualty and Doctors for the BBC, Invaders for the Discovery Channel, Venus Vs Mars for Sky, and All About The McKenzies for London Live.
Theatre work includes At the Feet of Jesus and Super Skinny Bitches (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Do You Pray (Theatre503), The Distance Between Us (Park Theatre), Mirror to Her Mouth (RSA), Omega Time and England is De Place for Me (White Bear Theatre), The House They Grew Up In (Chichester Festival) and Nine Night (National Theatre).
Michelle can next be seen in Nine Night during its West End transfer to Trafalgar Studios in December 2018.
She is represented by International Artists Management.
Obi Iwumene – The Husband
Graduating with a BA from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Obi Iwumene is an accomplished playwright, poet and actor, involved in a variety of plays for the V2V Church in Harrow, London.
He has also performed in Henry V (Soho Theatre), There Is Nothing There and Hot (Liverpool Playhouse). In addition to his professional work, Obi lends his skills to variety of musical / poetry shows for fundraising to combat the spread of HIV in Africa.