WHO ARE WE
meet the millennials
Fabiana moved to England at the age of 19, where she studied for her BA (Hons) in Drama and Literature and MA in Theatre Studies. In 2019, she founded millennials and other terrible things and wrote and directed their first production, "10:31, MCR", which toured in Colchester, London and Edinburgh.
Esther is a 2016 graduate of Loughborough University and now freelances in Stage Management. Recent credits include Hamlet at the Iris Theatre in Covent Garden (June-July 2019, Stage Manager), The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps UK Tour (April 2019, CSM). Other theatre credits include Sixth Night: Shakespeare For Those With Short Attention Spans, (Edinburgh Fringe 2017 - ★ ★ ★ ★ Broadway Baby), Macbeth (Bussey Building, Peckham), Macbeth (Iris Theatre), Into The Woods (RicNic London), Jane Eyre the Musical, (Bernie Grants, Mountview), 5 Guys Chilling, (The Kings Head Theatre), Four Plays for Coarse Actors & The Ladykillers, (Edinburgh Fringe), The Mutant Man (The Space, London), Hong Kong City (White Bear Theatre & The King’s Head Theatre).
Ciaran is an actor and theatre maker, originally from East London. He studied for his BA and MA in Theatre Practice at the University of Essex. Ciaran has previously worked with the Almeida Theatre, Hoxton Hall, and has performed and directed homegrown productions at the Lakeside Theatre.
Megan is a BA Drama graduate from the University of Essex, and alumna of Identity Drama School (London). She has acted in multiple theatre works, including 'Frozen' by Bryony Lavery, 'Closer' by Patrick Marber, 'Antigone' by Sophocles and 'Crime and Punishment' by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Most recently she filmed a crime reconstruction programme for Channel 5, performed in a local to Essex scratch night with new work and led Protocol Theatre's production of 'Radiant Vermin' as Jill.
RIO MONTANA TOPLEY
Rio is currently studying for her MA in Theatre Practice at the University of Essex. In 2019, she toured with the millennials in their production of 10:31, MCR, as well as starring in the Lakeside Theatre's Homegrown production "Sirens", written by herself, Amy Yankuba and Georgie Kirk.