Ray Noonan is well-known to Redland audiences as an experienced director and actor. His acting career started south of the border but he has been gracing local stages since his role as a scurrilous judge in Sweet Fanny Adams. A versatile talent, his most recent role was his memorable portrayal as Alf in The One Day of the Year, soon to be recreated in the Redlands.
Ian Munday’s first brush with theatre was as a Redland Museum volunteer when Theatre Genesis first started performances at the Museum. He was coaxed into the role of Stage Manager and later into live performances of radio plays, in which he has displayed unnervingly convincing skills as a little boy, a career criminal and a woman. It’s hoped that his versatile larynx and acting ability will one day see him performing live on stage. Until then, he’s a dream Stage Manager.