Ralph Warman BMus MA
Ralph graduated from Mountview with a masters in Musical Theatre Performance in 2019. Since then he has worked on a number of projects as both actor and musical director.
Acting theatre credits include: Alex Mialdo/MD in MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET (Karl Steele, The Town and Gown Theatre, Cambridge), Joseph/Pontius Pilate/MD in ROTHERHITHE GOSPELS (Phil Willmott, St. Mary's Church, Rotherhithe) and Mr. Stebbins/MD in TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS (Phil Willmott, Union Theatre).
Recordings include: Ensemble in PUBLIC DOMAIN OST (ALP Musicals), Featured soloist in [B]EAST: A NEW MUSICAL (Baloney Theatre Company) and Tortoise in THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE (Roberta Zuric).
Workshops include: Ensemble in THE BOY WHO SAILED THE OCEAN IN AN ARMCHAIR Presentation at BEAM 2023 (Jordan Li-Smith, The Oxford Playhouse, Oxford), Edmond Halley/Ensemble in LONGITUDE (Charlotte Westenra, The Arcola Theatre) and Solo Vocalist in ALP NEW MUSICALS WORKSHOP (Adam Lenson, Central School of Speech and Drama).
He is currently developing his original Scottish musical DARK ISLE, inspired by the true disappearance of three victorian lighthouse keepers from Eilean Mòr lighthouse in the Outer Hebrides which will have its first public performance in September at the Wanstead Fringe.
Ralph is represented by City Actors Management.