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Nikki (Clare Latham)

In the summer of 2013, Kibo Productions led a workshop of a new play Wild with frequent collaborator, Crystal Skillman. The Brooklyn-based playwright had already had a development period of the play in Chicago the year before and was particularly keen to continue to continue refining the action of the piece. We spent two weeks developing the play with London-based actors. Following on from our successful rehearsed reading at the Southwark Playhouse in July 2013 and further workshopping by Sanguine Theatre in New York City, Wild received an full production run in 2014 (directed by Evan Caccioppoli).  For more information on this production, please visit Sanguine's website.



Set on the shores of Lake Michigan in Chicago, Wild is a play about gender identity and the destructive and healing power of love. Skillman’s provocative text explores how infidelity sets into motion a chain of events that causes lovers Peter and Bobby’s life together to implode. That Peter slept with a woman is only the first surprise in this savagely funny and truthful examination of long-term love.

Wild by Crystal Skillman

Harry joins us as Peter, Bobby's boyfriend, whose affair with Nikki causes his life with Bobby to implode.

Harry was recently on tour as Stu in Snap.Catch.Slam, produced by Aslan Productions & Fraser Cannon Productions. He's performed with a number of exciting theatre companies on the London fringe and on international tours, taking on roles as diverse as Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet with Action to the Word, Ragin in Chekov's Ward No. 6 from DogOrange, and Stu in Waiting For Lefty at with Masterclass at the Royal Haymarket. 


Peter (Harry Lobek)

Jordy (Jack Chapman)

Steve joins us as Ted, Bobby's brother, whose reflections on life and love provide insights of reality and humanity for Peter and Bobby.

Steve has worked extensively on the London fringe as an actor, fight director, and vocalist. He's performed with Cambridge Shakespeare Company in their Twelfth Night and Tempest and had the lead in a number of short films. 

In addition to this, he rides a motorcycle, which is pretty cool to us in Kiboland.

Jack joins us as Jordy, the very young and hugely observant intern at Peter and Bobby's office. 

Jack has been working recently on the Dark Shadows radio series produced by Big Finish Productions. Trained at Sylvia Young Theatre School and ArtsEd, Jack has performed in various film and voiceover projects, including recently portraying a member of the paparazzi for a Gillette commercial.

Ted (Steve Blacker)

Vin (Tim Lewis)

Tim plays Vin, an old soul who befriends Peter when he needs it most.

Tim has just filmed MR SELFRIDGE for ITV, directed by John Strickland. He recently appeared in THE GUINEA PIG CLUB for York Theatre Royal and as Peter in THE RAILWAY CHILDREN for Waterloo London, directed by Damian Cruden. Prior to this, he appeared in WAR HORSE for the National Theatre and the New London Theatre, West End. Other credits include the feature film CONGREGATION OF GHOSTS, DAUGHTERS for BBC1, directed by Philippa Lowthorpe, COMING UP: THE KING for Channel 4, directed by Peter Mackie Burns, THE MAN OF MODE at the National Theatre and ROMEO AND JULIET for Birmingham Rep/Touring Consortium, directed by Bill Bryden. He trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Bobby (Alexander Moschos)

Alex plays Bobby, Peter's boyfriend, whose world unravels in the wake of Peter's infidelity.

Alex is an accomplished actor and playwright whose recent play, Brainville At Night, ran earlier in 2013 to great success at the Brockley Jack. Since graduating from Drama Studio London, Alex has performed in theatre and film projects both here and in his native Sweden and is currently working on his next play.

Clare plays Nikki: Harsh, blunt, vulnerable.

Tetley Tea lovers may recognize Clare from their recent 'Like' ads while Tennessee Williams fans may have seen her recently in Defibrillator's site-specific Hotel Plays: Green Eyes. Previous work at The Southwark Playhouse includes her Off-West End nominated performance as Roberta in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea. 

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