Meet our amazing cast.
Born in Tallinn, Estonia Ilona Andre comes from a Polish and Russian background and has been performing since the age of 7. She moved to Scotland in 2013 to study acting in Aberdeen and pursue her career in performance arts. Later moving to Edinburgh and continuing her studies at Edinburgh Napier University/Queen Margaret University, where she recently graduated from with a degree in Acting for Stage & Screen.
Soon after graduating, Ilona has made her Edinburgh Fringe Festival debut as a part of the Kite in the Storm Productions in an adaptation of Tom Wells’s play, Jumpers for Goalposts as Viv. The play had a very positive four star reception.
Having experience in ballroom and contemporary dance, modeling, stage productions and short films Ilona finds herself most comfortable while being in character.
Ilona is based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Dani Nelson was born in San Clemente, California. She holds a bachelor's degree from St. John's College, where she studied Philosophy. She recently graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with a Master's Degree in Acting. While there, she worked with director Nick Hutchison at The Globe Theater, London.
Dani's first film Eudaimonia, directed by Juri Krutii, was recently accepted into the Glasgow Short Film Festival.
She is also a playwright, and recently co-wrote the jukebox musical Transatlanticism with director Richard Cerato. Her first original play, April is Over, received 5 stars following a run at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Dani is based in New York City.
as Mother Innocence
Freda has appeared in many stage productions over the years, most recently as Letitia Blacklock in A Murder is Announced by Agatha Christie and as Susan in Liz Lochhead’s bittersweet comedy Good Things. In 2018, she achieved a long held ambition to participate in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, appearing in Thom McKeown’s Compelled. Over the past couple of years, Freda has appeared in several short films and has enjoyed the experience of working in front of the camera on Eudaimonia.
Freda is based in Fife, Scotland.