Clarke Peters and Jasper Britton will be joined by Charles Daish and Nina Toussaint-White in the UK premiere of David Mamet’s politically charged drama Race, directed by Terry Johnson.
Clarke Peters plays Henry. His many stage credits include Othello (Sheffield Crucible), Five Guys named Moe and its recent revival, which he conceived. Other credits include Porgy and Bess (Savoy Theatre), Simply Heavenly (Trafalgar Studios), Mourning Becomes Electra, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (National Theatre), The Iceman Cometh (Almeida Theatre and Broadway), Chicago (West End and Broadway) and Kiss of the Spiderwoman (Shaftesbury Theatre). For television, his work includes Treme, Damages, The Wire, The Corner, Jonathan Creek, Medics and Masculine Ending; and for film, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, Freedomland, Gulliver’s Travels, Valediction, Endgame, Marley and Me and Notting Hill.
Jasper Britton plays Jack. His last appearance at Hampstead Theatre was in Private Lives. His many theatre credits include, The Picture of Dorian Gray (Abbey Theatre), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Sheffield Crucible), Fabrication (The Print Room), The Last Cigarette (Chichester Festival Theatre/West End), Fram (National Theatre), Oedipus (National Theatre), Rhinoceros (Royal Court), The Taming Of The Shrew (RSC, Washington D.C. and West End), Japes (Theatre Royal Haymarket),The Tempest (Globe Theatre) and The Visit (Theatre de Complicite). Film credits include Blood, Anonymous, Morris: A Life With Bells On and The New World.
Charles Daish plays Charles. His stage credits include Mamma Mia (International Tour) A Streetcar Named Desire (Donmar), The Light in the Piazza (Leicester Curve), Rain Man (Apollo Theatre), Chains of Dew (Orange Tree), Trifles (Orange Tree), Julius Caesar (RSC/Lyric Hammersmith) and Journey’s End (Duke of Yorks). Television and film credits include Nixon’s One (BBC), Midsomer Murders (ITV), A Mother’s Son (ITV) and I Shouldn’t Be Alive (Discovery).
Nina Toussaint-White plays Susan. Nina is currently appearing as Jude in ITV’s Switch. Her many screen roles include Scott and Bailey (ITV), Whitechapel (ITV), Doctor Who (BBC), Daughters (BBC), Eastenders (BBC), Primeval (ITV) and The Fun Police.