Misha Duncan – Barry trained at Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance in London & The Royal Superior School of Dramatic Art, in Madrid. Whilst training she developed her skills in writing, devising and European ensemble theatre. She graduated in 2015 and went on to be part of the Dead Iconics ensemble production of TODAY IS MY 100TH BIRTHDAY: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF UBU ROI. Since Graduating, Misha has performed in a short Film Blue Moment by Risky Things Productions. She has also written for the BBC writer’s room & BBC 1Xtra live for a series of dramatic monologues, one of which was entitled The Cheek of It. She is also a member of the Pen Exchange Network for artists with the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.