Megan Metrikin was born in South Africa and completed her theater studies at The University of Cape Town (UCT). She is currently based in New York, where she has written and is performing in FINDING FELLINI, which won “Best Solo Show" at the Midtown International Theatre Festival.
Megan performed the Leading role in SOPHIATOWN, Directed by Malcolm Purkey and designed by William Kentridge , which showed at the Chicago Festival, Toronto Festival and Glasgow Festival, as well as in San Fransisco, St. Paul, Montpellier, Nice, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Basil, Frankfurt, Soweto, Johannesburg and Cape Town.
She worked extensively at the Market Theater. Credits include THE DYBBUK and FLIGHT ,Directed by Barney Simon , SPEED THE PLOW, THE TEMPEST ,COWBOY MOUTH, HAMLET, LA RONDE, EXIT THE KING , MAN IS MAN , LOVE STORY IN MAPUTO, KALDEWEY FARCE, TOOTH AND NAIL (Handspring Puppet Company) and THE LULU SEX TRAGEDIES.
Megan worked for a few years in Cape Towns super experimental Glass Theatre. Credits include, THE NEW MODERNIST PLAY, 12 HOUR WILIAM BLAKE ,THE DUTCHESS OF MALFI and THE DARK CONTINENT.
Megan’s work has also included films such as SHOT DOWN, which won the Mannheim film festival and THE HOWLING IV.
Megan performed in the hit cabaret “KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKIES” at the Black sun.
Guy De Lancey
Guy De Lancey completed his theatre studies at Rhodes University. He was awarded a grant to attend Fabrica the Benetton Arts and Communication Research centre in Italy under the directorship of Godfrey Reggio (Powaqqatsi), Koyaanisqatsi) and Oliviero Toscani, the creator behind the Benettton campaign. He also studied creative and screenwriting at New York University.
He works as a director, cinematographer, photographer and designer. Both lighting and set design. Occasionally as an actor. He played in the world premier of Athol Fugard’s “The Birdwatchers”, directed by Athol Fugard, and recently in the film of Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” with Idris Elba and Mathew McConaughey .
A founding member of the Mechanicals Theatre Collective he has directed and designed:
Shakespeare's King Lear (This time it hurts) A Midsummer Night’s Dream” described by critic Peter Tromp as ‘One of the most enjoyable, inventive, and strangest Shakespeare productions I have seen, probably ever”. Sarah Kane’s Blasted, Jaan Tatte’s “Highway Crossing”. He designed the Fugard Theatre and Edinburgh festival production of Athol Fugard’s “Statements after an Arrest under the immorality Act”
He received the 2016 Fleur du Cap award for best lighting design for ‘Dead Yellow Sands’.
He also directed and designed ‘Finding Fellini’ at the the Theaterlab and Midtown Theater Festival, New York. The production won ‘Outstanding Solo Show’ ‘Outstanding Set Design’ and ‘Outstanding Sound Design’ awards at MITF.
He recently completed principal cinematography for the feature film ‘Hole in the Wall’ (Gat in die Muur) and was nominated for best cinematography at the Southhampton international film festival