Image of Alan Hay Alan Hay
Actor / Singer 

Location: Cambridgeshire / London
Height: 5’11”
Build: Large
Hair: Brown
Playing Age: 30-50
Contact: email@address


Current Projects:

Murder Me Gently / Happiness
"Mr Hand" / "Greg"
Tabard Theatre, March 2011

The God of Real Ale
"Bagsecg"
Voiceover, Jan 2011


 Experience in acting, singing, technical theatre, screen acting and production.
Stage Combat (unarmed, dagger, broadsword).
Dancing (tap, folk, ballroom dance).
Accents: Scottish (Inverness / Aberdeen), Scottish (Glasgow), Standard English, English (Cockney), American (West Coast),
American (New York), American (Southern), French, German, Scandinavian

Reviews
“an immensely hard-working trio ” / “the trio of performers work their socks off” 
Local Secrets / Three Weeks on “History of Britain”, 2010

“The role of the butcher, Lazar Wolf, is played with great gusto by Alan Hay”
Cambridge Evening News, Fiddler on the Roof, 2009

“a fine performance from ALAN HAY as Lazar Wolf the village butcher”
Combinations, Fiddler on the Roof, 2009

“Alan Hay as the booming ghostly ancestor, commanded the stage with power and dramatic presence”
Local Secrets Review, Ruddigore, 2008

“the action soon picks up and is hurtling away at breakneck speed when Alan Hay steals the show as the booming ghoul Sir Roderic” Cambridge Evening News, Ruddigore 2008

“I liked Alan Hay (Prince of Wales), a small part played with superb indifference”
NODA review, Scarlet Pimpernel, 2008

“long-suffering husband Clyde (Alan Hay) was ideally cast”
Cambridge Evening News, Witches of Eastwick, 2007

“ALAN HAY was very well cast as Felicia’s husband Clyde and convinced us that he was quite prepared to give into temptation given half the chance”
Combinations Review, Witches of Eastwick, 2007

“the choruses were excellent (especially the cockney knees up scenes led by a very wonderful Alfred Doolittle)”
Local Secrets Review , My Fair Lady, 2006

“Alan Hay milked the comic potential of Alfred Doolittle to maximum effect”
Cambridge Evening News, My Fair lady, 2006

“ALAN HAY as Alfred P Doolittle, Eliza’s father, gave an excellent performance. He sings and dances with ease and his enjoyment in his role was palpable”
Combinations Review, My Fair Lady, 2006

Acting Background

Alan has appeared in many theatrical and film productions. Selected Highlights listed below:

Date Role Production Company Director Venue
Nov 2010 The Learned Judge Trial By Jury CCCC Geoff Williams Old Courtroom, Guildhall Cambridge
Sep 2010 Mr Hand Murder Me Gently Crossroads Alec Harris Mumford Theatre
Aug 2010 Alan The History of Britain Historyonics Chris Hudson Greenside, Edinburgh Festival
Mar 2010 Cogsworth Beauty and the Beast Pied Pipers Sarah Phelps ADC Theatre, Cambridge
Nov 2009 Lazar Wolf Fiddler on the Roof Cambridge Operatic Society Nicola Samer Cambridge Arts Theatre
Jul 2009 Sir Richard Owen This View of Life Physalia Productions Matt Wilkinson ADC Theatre, Cambridge
Jun 2009 Mr Fogg Sweeney Todd Festival Players James Dowson ADC Theatre, Cambridge
Nov 2008 Sir Roderick Ruddigore Cambridge Operatic Society Alastair Donkin Cambridge Corn Exchange
Sep 2008 Captain Anything Goes Cambridge Arts Theatre Russell Labey Cambridge Arts Theatre
Jun 2008 Prince of Wales Scarlet Pimpernel Festival Players Suzanne Emerson Mumford Theatre
Apr 2008 Jud Fry Oklahoma Pied Pipers Margaret Thorpe  Mumford Theatre
Jun 2007 Clyde Witches of Eastwick Festival Players Sue Painter ADC Theatre
Jan 2007 Horton Seussical Fledgling Productions Helen Garner ADC Theatre
Nov 2006 Doolittle My Fair Lady Cambridge Operatic Society Alastair Donkin Cambridge Arts Theatre
Mar 2006 PC Boot Salad Days Pied Pipers Rex Freeman Mumford Theatre
Sep 2005 Papa Ge Once On This Island Fledgling Productions Helen Garner Mumford Theatre
Feb 2005 Sir Jasper Me and My Girl CU-MTS Kate Merriam Cambridge Arts Theatre
Jun 2004 Gangster Kiss Me Kate Festival Players Clive Borrow Mumford Theatre
Dec 2003 Prez The Pajama Game Pied Pipers Rex Freeman Cambridge Arts Theatre


Technical Background

Alan has served many productions in a technical role - filling positions such as Stage Manager, Assistant Stage Manager, Technical Director, Sound/Lighting operator, Properties in productions in locations throughout the UK and Europe.

He was responsible for the technical design and production of several significant musical theatre productions in Cambridgeshire, particularly notable productions include:

Beauty and the Beast: 2010
Multiple compound set pieces, flying effect, pyrotechnics, motorised costumes, flamethrowing effects

Witches of Eastwick: 2007
Flying Effects, "magic" Cello, pyrotechnics