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Director's Profiles

Bruce Jamieson

Bruce Jamieson (Actor & Director)

Mr. Jamieson trained for the theatre with companies formed at Aberdeen University and Aberdeen College of Education. His most recent stage credit was as Cllr. Manuel da Mesquita in Galleon’s recent production of The Heiress of the Cane Fields. Also for Galleon Theatre Company at the Greenwich Playhouse he appeared as Claudius in Hamlet; as Bosola in The Duchess of Malfi; and played the title roles in Macbeth and The Pilgrim by Almeida Garrett.

Mr. Jamieson has appeared in some sixty stage productions along side his television, film and directing work. His many other stage roles include Henry VIII in Anne of the Thousand Days; Gower in Pericles; Jason in Medea; Biff in Death of a Salesman; Tristan Tzara in Travesties; and the title roles in The Ginger Man, Becket, Pericles, and Entertaining Mr. Sloane.

Recent television and film includes Pc Wilson in Murphy’s Law (Tiger Aspect); McCallan in Monarch of the Glen (Ecosse Films); Boss in Spongebob (BBC); Ronson in Ali G-Inda House (Universal); Burgess in Roughnecks (BBC); William Minnoch in In Suspicious Circumstances (Granada); McFarlane in Crime Solver (BBC).

Mr. Jamieson has recently concluded the soon to be released feature film The Oxford Murders with John Hurt & Elijah Wood.

For Galleon T.C. at the Greenwich Playhouse and since 2000, Mr. Jamieson has directed over twenty critically acclaimed theatre productions, including Hamlet; Pygmalion; Hedda Gabler; Cousin Basílio; Shadows on the Sun; The Importance of Being Earnest; 3 Sisters; ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore; The Maias; Inês de Castro; King Lear; Absent Friends; A Doll’s House; The Heiress of the Cane Fields; The Seagull; and The Crime of the Old Village.

Mr. Jamieson is a co-founding director of Galleon TC Ltd; Galleon Films Ltd. and the Greenwich Playhouse.


Alice de Sousa

Alice de Sousa (Actress, Producer, Writer)

As a theatre Producer has created over sixty professional productions. As an actress has played leading roles in some thirty plays including Anne Boleyn in Anne of the Thousand Days; Hermione in The Winter’s Tale; Ophelia in Hamlet; Marina in Pericles; Elvira in Blithe Spirit; and Millamant in The Way of the World. At this venue and since 1995, has produced and played the lead in Celestina (de Rojas); the Duchess in The Duchess of Malfi; Juliet in Romeo and Juliet; Lady Macbeth in Macbeth; and Dona Madalena in The Pilgrim. In 1999 produced an Open-air Shakespearean Festival (Well Hall Pleausance). In 2000, produced Never Nothing From No One (Cockpit Theatre); and re-opened the Greenwich Playhouse. Thereafter, has produced for Galleon TC Hamlet; Company (and its transfer to the Palace Theatre); Pygmalion; Richard III; You’re Gonna Love Tomorrow; Peep Show; Hedda Gabler in which she played the title role; The Crime of Father Amaro; Cousin Basílio which she also adapted for the stage; Shadows on the Sun; The Importance of Being Earnest; 3 Sisters; The White Devil; ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore; The Ruffian on the Stair & The Erpingham Camp; The Maias which she also adapted for the stage and played Maria Eduarda; wrote and produced Inês de Castro; played Goneril and produced King Lear; Absent Friends; A Doll’s House; The Heiress of the Cane Fields which she adapted for the stage and played Madalena; The Seagull; and translated and played Joana in The Crime of The Old Village.

Ms. de Sousa is developing four feature film projects for Galleon Films Ltd. the first, a modern reworking of The Duchess of Malfi is scheduled to go into production in early 2008

In 2007, she has been nominated for the illustrious prize ‘Prémio de Talento 2006’ by the Portuguese Government’s ‘Gabinete de Estado das Communidades Portuguesas’. In 2005 was presented by the American Biographical Institute with the award ‘Great Women of the 21st Century’ and the medal ‘Woman of the Year Award 2005’. These awards recognise the work of 1000 prolific women world wide. In 1997, she was awarded an MA in Portuguese Studies from King’s College, London and previously graduated from South Bank University with a first class degree in EEC Law.


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