The Inner 6
The Inner 6 are a new theatre company comprising alumni from the Giles Foreman Centre for Acting in London. Passionate about producing naturalistic theatre for today's multi-cultured city dwellers, The Inner 6 are all trained in the Movement Psychology technique of Yat Malmgren from which they take their name. Their goal is to offer high-quality, affordable theatre that represents the multi-cultural identity of the modern world in a way that fully aligns with the playwrights' original intentions. They deliver naturalistic productions that simultaneously thrill and immerse their audience.
Althyr Pivatto worked as an actor and producer for six years in Brazil before moving to the UK, where he graduated from the Actor/Director PGDip course at the Giles Foreman Centre for Acting. Credits include 'Creditors' at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden and co-directing ''Ave a Butchers" at the Edinburgh Fringe. He recently directed three stage readings at the Park Theatre and two short plays in a directors showcase at the Southwark Playhouse. Althyr now teaches on the PG course at the GFCA in Soho.
Gabriel Scortia is a Romanian-Italian actor trained at the Giles Foreman Centre for Acting in London. He started his performing career with ballroom dancing in Romania at the age of 8. He then joined an amateur theatre company in Italy in 2009 and studied cinematography at the Romeur Academy before deciding to moving to the UK. He recently completed shooting the sci-fi short film 'REALITY'.
Coco Azoitei is a British actor and professional violinist. She graduated in 2004 from the Royal Academy of Music with a DipRAM and the Beare Prize for an outstanding final recital, and now plays in the BBC Concert Orchestra and Rob Brydon’s onstage band for his ‘A Night of Songs and Laughter’ tour. Coco graduated from the Giles Foreman Centre for Acting in 2016 and is represented by The Saffron Group. Recent roles include Jenna in the UK première of ‘Demons’ by Lars Norén, Mother in Law in 'Blood Wedding' and the Mother in short film 'REALITY'.