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SMALL ISLAND
Royal National Theatre London

Director – Rufus Norris
Set and Costume Designer – Katrina Lindsay
Projection Designer – Jon Driscoll
Lighting Designer – Paul Anderson
Composer – Benjamin Kwasi Burrell
Sound Design – Ian Dickinson for Autograph
Movement Director – Coral Messam
Fight Director – Kate Waters
Music Consultant – Gary Crosby

Cast:

CJ Beckford
Paul Bentall
Jacqueline Boatswain
Phoebe Frances Brown
Chereen Buckley
Cavan Clarke
Shiloh Coke
Beatie Edney
Gershwyn Eustache Jnr
Adam Ewan
David Fielder
Amy Forrest
Leah Harvey
John Hastings
Stephanie Jacob
Sandra James-Young
CJ Johnson
Natey Jones
Trevor Laird
Aisling Loftus
Johann Myers
Daniel Norford
Andrew Rothney

Hayley Malouin
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Hayley Malouin

Hayley is a freelance theatre critic and infrequent graduate student. In addition to Intermission, her work has appeared in The Toronto Star, alt.theatre magazine, and DARTcritics. She was the online reviews editor of alt.theatre from 2017-19, and she is the co-editor of Performance Matters Vol. 4.1-2, titled “Circus and Its Others.”

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