Founder - Ed Greenberg
ED GREENBERG is a professional actor turned director.
He is a first-class graduate of both the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art (now known as the Central School of Speech and Drama) and the University of Central Lancashire and maintained a successful, wide and varied acting career before adapting his skills to become a director.
He has been seen around the country in some of the UK's most prestigious theatres and has portrayed some of theatre's most passionate and intense characters, including Shakespeare's Romeo (Romeo & Juliet) and Petruchio (Taming of the Shrew), Christopher Marlowe's Mephistopheles (Dr Faustus) and Ibsen's Karsten Bernick (Pillars of Society).
Ed is also the co-founder of the Theatre Group 'In Yer Space' which makes regular, successful, appearances at festivals around the country, including the Edinburgh Fringe, Buxton, Keswick and The Isle of Man.
Ed now predominantly works as an independent film producer and director after founding his production company BEYOND THE BAR, in 2008, which continues to go from strength to strength.
Creating narratives steeped in psychology and mystery, Ed has been recognised as a new, independent voice in the film world. Equated to ‘a modern day Buñuel,’ his films possess an original vision and style of storytelling which The Times Newspaper described as ‘Beautifully crafted... a tour de force of emotion”.
Ed also offers private tuition on Audition Technique and is a guest lecturer at various venues around the country, running workshops on Acting for the Camera Techniques and Filmmaking.
Associate - Colin Snell
COLIN SNELL is the founder of The Isle of Man Academy of Television, Film and Theatre, the Artistic Director of the theatre group In Yer Space and the Grand Youth Theatre Company, Blackpool and has Directed many well-known actors including Jonas Armstrong, Jenna-Louise Coleman, William Ash, Matthew Dunster, Matthew Bannister, Rachael McCormick, David Roberts, Paul Hilton, Jeff Hordley, Richard Hansell, Naomi Radcliffe and Nicola Stephenson.
His award-winning productions have been seen at the National Theatre, the National Student Drama Festivals, and the British All-Winners Festivals, at national drama festivals throughout the country and regularly at the Buxton and Edinburgh Fringe festivals.
He has recently been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.