Michael Deeb 2014
Jane Stanton trained at LAMDA.
Her work in theatre includes THREE DAYS OF RAIN for CMP/Neal Street productions, RIFLEMIND and THE LOVER & THE COLLECTION for Ambassadors Theatre Group, HAMLET, HEDDA GABLER & THE ERPINGHAM CAMP for The Greenwich Playhouse, SPRING AWAKENING - THE ROCK MUSICAL for Sell a Door Theatre Company and the English Theatre of Frankfurt, THE MEMORY OF WATER with Causality Theatre Company, LOOK BACK IN ANGER with Carpe Diem Theatre Company, A TASTE OF HONEY, ROMEO & JULIET, MIRROR MAGIC MARKET TALES, WUTHERING HEIGHTS, TWELFTH NIGHT and HARD TIMES all for Love and Madness Theatre Company, HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES, THERE GOES THE BRIDE and EDUCATING RITA all for Sheringham Little Theatre, VERTIGO for Red Shift Theatre Company, ROMEO & JULIET and ALICE IN WONDERLAND for Chapterhouse Theatre Company and THE DEATH OF TINTAGILES at the Jermyn Street Theatre.
Film includes TO THE GRAVE, A SMALL DOT ON THE WESTERN FRONT, MIRIAM, FEET and DANCE WITH ME.
TV includes EMMERDALE and MIDSOMER MURDERS.
Radio includes DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF TIME for BBC Radio 4.
Film and TV Drama Director
Carol worked in the industry as a Director for 25 years. Her work includes 3 feature films and many television plays, series, serials, children’s dramas and sitcoms.
She won a BAFTA for Best Children’s Drama (A Little Princess) two Royal Television Society Awards for Best Children’s Drama (The Queen’s Nose) and Best BBC Drama (Love Hurts), a Prix Europa for a 90 minute film (Somewhere to Run) which spearheaded an ITV week dedicated to runaway children and a Comedy Awards Nomination for Best Sitcom (Blue Heaven).
She taught on the BBC Training Course, NFTS and Guildford School of Acting and Dance, was a Mentor through Women in Film and Television and she currently directs showreels for the graduating MA Screen Students at The Drama Centre, University of the Arts.