Readers of the Sunday Telegraph, amongst other papers, will have noted that Deloitte has two budding actresses on its staff.
Marianthe Sitzoukis and Sarah McFarlane have been performing a show they wrote called ‘Blondes Have More Fun’ at the Edinburgh Festival. Sitzoukis, the Sunday Telegraph said, is so enamoured with treading the boards she is set to give up her job in internal communications at the Big Four firm to go into acting.
TS has discovered more about the thespian duo: a press release for the show reveals that they ‘met at the water cooler at work.’
‘Sitzoukis has worked as a television presenter in the past and has played the lead role in an independent science-fiction film She currently works for the internal communications team in business advisory firm Deloitte. McFarlane currently works in the press office,’ it says, before adding intriguingly, ‘Both have recently studied drama at the City Lit in London – Marianthe focusing on script based techniques and Sarah on improvisation, including Meisner technique.’
Interested readers can find the press release at http://www.sweet-uk.net/downloads/press/2005/blondes.doc
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