Meet The Team
Colin Findley – Colin is currently the Chairman of Doncaster Phoenix Theatre Company. He has been in numerous musical productions in Doncaster playing a number of fantastic parts. His personal favourites include the Guard in the Wizard of Oz and Daddy Brubeck in Sweet Charity. He also spent 2 years directing camps in America so has great experience and motivation for this project. Colin’s hard work and dedication was recently rewarded when he received the Yorkshire Community Hero Award in 2017.
Daniel has been acting from a very young age, his first production was a one-man version of Romeo & Juliet which he performed in his mother's womb with critical success. Soon after he was born and that's when things really started to pick up. He has performed all over Doncaster, in plays, musicals and pantomimes, sometimes he has even performed in theatre. His latest acting successes were as the hilarious Ali Hakim in a production of Oklahoma at CAST in Doncaster, and as the Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz at Dearne Playhouse in Goldthorpe. He is a pantomime expert (or so he says) and is one of Doncaster’s number one comic actor. As well as acting Daniel has written countless, plays, pantomimes, sketches and letters and has directed a bucket load of shows too including directing the world famous Annie the musical at The CAST with the Doncaster Pheonix Theatre Company. Some of which his mother said were ‘alright’. As the old saying goes, ‘those who can, do, will or have, those who can’t,
teach’ - Daniel now teaches acting...
Caitlin is an emerging dance artist who has recently moved back to her home town, Doncaster. Most recently before moving back to Doncaster she has been a cultural dance trainer at Ryan International School's Benglore, India. Prior to her visit to India, she graduated from Coventry University with first-class honours in dance with International Enhancement studying at Viljandi Culture Academy in Estonia and The University of Nicosia. Her movement background is in Gymnastics, contemporary dance techniques, yoga, contact improvisation, taekwondo and cheerleading.
Caitlin has over six years of leadership, coaching and teaching in various different organisations and has been part of the organisational team for Notafe (a performing arts festival that focuses on improvisation in Estonia) and a gymnastics teacher at young Notafe, for the last four years. Alongside her studies, she has volunteered as an assistant choreographer for Waynes Sables Project, performed with disabled adults for Sensibility festival Birmingham and much more.