Dennis has been on the professional stage in England and America for about 40 years. In that time he has performed in well over 120 different shows from Shakespeare to Farce and has won many accolades including best supporting actor in a number of plays and festivals. Dennis has directed plays as well as producing, dialect coaching, performing, speaking, voice over and emceeing hundreds of events around the world. You may have seen Dennis on the stage in a number of professional stages in the local area. He is most known for his comedy roles such as Selsdon in Noises Off and Psuedolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to The Forum, but he has enjoyed some great dramatic roles such as Martin Dysart in Equus (in our own Vero Voce Theatre!) and Mr. Frank in The Diary of Ann Frank at Metropolis Performing Arts Center.
Dennis is an acclaimed speaker and well known for his humorous yet insightful presentations around the world. He has spoken on every continent (except Antarctica!) and enjoys travelling and making new friends. He has owned and run a number of performance and arts based companies including Dance schools, Theatre and video production companies in both his native England and his home of 20 years in The USA.
David is an award winning actor and playwright. After being trained in Imagination Technique at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Hollywood, David has applied his skills to dozens of plays and many films, helping him receive the award for "Best Supporting Actor" for his performance in the film El Percance Perfecto at Indie Fest 2007 Film Festival in Anaheim, CA. Also an established playwright, two of David's pieces were produced on stage in Los Angeles: "A Light Goes Out" and "Stay With Me", both intensely personal stories. David had taught private acting lessons in Los Angeles from 2009-2010 before returning home to his family in Chicago, where he is currently the Theatrical Artisitic Director of the Vero Voce Theatre Company. Classes include "Audition Skills", "Beginning/Advanced Scene Study", "Imagination Workshop", and "Writer's Workshop".