Kirsty’s previous work as producer includes: Corpus Christi, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, Rope, Carbon Dating, Spring Awakening (for OutFox Productions), Titus Andronicus (for Smooth Faced Gentlemen), Seconds Out, The Benefit of Time, Afternoon Tea, Joy With Child and Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell (for Organised Chaos Productions), Burnt and Thrasher (for Conor McKee Productions), A Christmas Showcase (Sunshine Studios) and The Vagina Monologues (produced independently).
Direction work includes: She Stoops to Conquer and The Vagina Monologues (KDS).
Kirsty has also worked with the Stockport Garrick Theatre, Studio Salford, 24:7 Theatre Festival and completed the Stage One workshop for new producers.
Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director.
John is an Associate Artist at the Brockley Jack Studio Theatre, a member of the Space Arts Committee and jointly runs OutFox Productions.
As Director: Standing By (A New Musical) (University of Cumbria), Numbers Up (Write Now 7), Roleplay (Write Now 6), Without Reluctance and Without Relief (Ballast Theatre), Defiance (Script6), Antelopes and Misanthropes, Adam and The Probability of Love (The One Festival), Live With It and Cinderella Story (Write Now 5), Corpus Christi, Rope, Carbon Dating and Spring Awakening (all OutFox Productions).
John originally trained as an actor at East 15 Acting School and has appeared in numerous productions on stage and screen and can currently be heard voicing some promotional videos for crowdfunding publishers Unbound.
Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director.
Gina Rose Lee trained as a performance designer at Central Saint Martin’s college of art. She now works professionally as a designer for Theatre, Film and Events.
Past design work includes Carbon Dating and Spring Awakening for OutFox Productions (Jack Studio Theatre), designing Green Forms (Tabard Theatre), ‘The Den’ installation sponsored by John Lewis at the Bloomsbury festival, The Ring (Cochrane Theatre), Dinner With Friends (Ohio University), costume designer for A Russian in the Woods (Cochrane Theatre), set designer for The Three Wishes with Second Movement, (Tête à Tête Opera Festival, Riverside Studios) and co-director/designer for Something Remembered, a devised piece (Central Saint Martins, Back Hill).
Gina has also assisted a number of designers and art directors on productions at venues such as The Roundhouse and The Royal Exchange Theatre as well as television adverts and creating her own short films.
GINA ROSE LEE
William trained at The BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology where he studied Theatre and then went on to Goldsmiths University where he specialised in lighting Graduating in 2010, he has gone on to design for a number of productions in different disciplines.
Design credits include:
Rich Isn’t Easy (Tristan Bates), The Ghost Train, Rope, Marigolds, Love Story, The Mystery of Irma Vep, The Haunting, Better Together (The Jack Studio Theatre), The Buffet (Soho Theatre), Early Days (Finborough Theatre), Iron (The Old Red Lion), Like Enemies of the State (New Diorama), Corpus Christi (The Space), Othello (Riverside Studios), Fosterling (Oval House Theatre) Julius Caesar (Saatchi Gallery), Private View (Theatre Delicatessen), Thisbe (The Vaults), Tim & Light (UK Tour), Sam Rose In the Shadows (UK Tour), Rime (UK Circus Theatre Tour), Knot (UK Circus Theatre Tour)
Other Credits include: The Furies (Kindle Theatre Company; The Vaults 2012, ACT Festival, Bilbao 2012, Short Theatre Festival, Rome 2013)
In 2013 William received an Off West End Awards nomination for Best Lighting Design for his work on The Mystery of Irma Vep.
Mark is a freelance Sound and Lighting Designer/Technician, Musical Director and Composer.
Previous sound design includes The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, Rope and Carbon Dating (OutFox Productions); World Enough and Time (Fluff Productions, Park Theatre); No Rhyme (Jack Studio Theatre , Brockley); On Beauty (Absent Theatre); Lighting designs include World Enough and Time (Fluff Productions, Dalston Bunker); 4:48 Psychosis (The London Theatre New Cross); The Drowsy Chaperone and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Stanwix Arts Theatre) along with a large amount of original works. Mark has also devised and designed for many shows during his MA in Performing Arts at Cumbria Institute of the Arts including Blood on the Stars and Stripes (Bad Wednesday Productions); Due Process and Saving Grace (www.productions).
Other credits include Musical Director for Corpus Christi (The Space, Isle of Dogs), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Palace Theatre, Redditch); Hair, Little Women: The Broadway Musical and Bright Lights, Big City (University of Cumbria); The Last Five Years (Hallmark Hotel, Carlisle); Composer for the musicals If I Told You, 1 in 3 and Your Five Minute Call (Webcam Productions). Mark was recently Technician/Re-lighter for the nationwide debut tour of the one-woman play Floating (Lives of Others Theatre Company).
Mary graduated from the University of Westminster where she studied Mixed Media Fine Art. She has worked on many theatre and visual arts shows in differing capacities, most recently Corpus Christi as Assistant Designer and The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds as Set Constructor and Props Maker for OutFox Productions.
As an artist specialising in large scale interactive installation, she was in 51 (Ambika P3, Baker Street) and curator of Bobbie’s Show (London Gallery West).
Theatre credits included Set Designer and Builder for The Alchemist and The Rivals (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Assistant Director for the tour of Macbeth (Icarus Theatre Collective) and Technical Manager for Rent (Spotlites).
Evelyn is an actress and trained at Birmingham School of Acting.
Her credits include: Love Steals Us From Loneliness (Camden People’s Theatre/ Chapter Arts transfer), Exponentially Worse (Little Pieces of Gold/ Southwark Playhouse), The Effect Of Gamma Ray On Man In The Moon Marigolds and Spring Awakening (OutFox/Jack Studio), Peter (Sell A Door/Lost Theatre), Building Dens at the Plaza (Company of Angels), Handbag (Rehearsed Reading/Birmingham Rep), The Assessment (Workshop/ Theatre 503).
Evelyn also works as a producer and is a member of the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.
Since graduating from Drama Centre in July 2011, David has been involved in two feature and five short films. One of which, Callum, has won the Best Drama award at Screentest National Student Film Festival and the Best Student Film award at the European Independent Film Festival, Paris.
As well as performing at Theatre 503, David’s professional theatre credits include the Marquis de Posa in, Fredrick Schiller’s, Don Carlos for the award winning Lazarus Theatre Company.
Dan is a freelance writer and film maker.
His writing credits include the comic book series Moon (Beyond the Bunker), The Mad Tree (Roughlee), A Comedy of Edits (Roughlee), Wild Watch (Roughlee), The Devil's Fork (BTB Film), Ragnarok Dawn (BTB Film), Edd the Duck: Ducking the Past (Production Box) and [box]Fresh (Production Box). His stand up shows include Pecker and Foof Save the World and Bush F*cker Smile.