You thought we had done all our introductions? Oh no! Think again.
Today we unveil the engine room, the generator, no, the powerhouse that keeps this MOTH ticking over.
Just 2 days after International Women's Day (always late to the party), we're going to introduce and celebrate the 3 women who are guiding MOTH to it's North-West premiere.
Here they are:
Catt Belcher, Associate Producer:
Catt has recently graduated from the University of Manchester with a first class BA(Hons) in English Literature and Drama. She now works as a freelance Producer, based in Manchester.
Training includes Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse (YEP Producers) Central School of Speech and Drama (Short Course), and Stage ’65 Youth Theatre.
Recent Credits: FLARE Festival of New Theatre, Come Closer: Speak What You Feel (Royal Exchange Theatre, Birmingham Rep, Talawa Theatre Company), The Great Big Noise Festival (Royal Exchange Theatre), Come Closer: Tatton Park Flower Show (Royal Exchange Theatre, Bruntwood) , The Birthday Party, Punk Rock (JustTalk TC: Studio Theatre, Salisbury), Betrayal (JustTalk TC: The Mill Arms, Romsey) Polly & Gordon (JustTalk TC: The King's Arms, Salford & The Mill Arms, Romsey) & The Room (JustTalk TC: Joshua Brooks).
Emma Colledge, Production Manager:
Emma is one of the originals; a co-founder of Ransack Theatre and a frequent collaborator. Between 2013-2015, she produced the company's output including The Dumb Waiter and The Write Night.
Emma is currently Studio Manager for light installation artist Liz West.
Alice Longson, Stage Manager:
Alice trained locally at the University of Salford doing a BA (Hons) in Media Performance, before moving onto the Manchester theatre merry-go-round in Stage Management and Lighting Design.
She can be found at Hope Mill Theatre or here on Twitter @alicelongson
Stage Manager Credits: The Trial (People Zoo Productions), A Kidnapping (Swaggering Crow Productions), and The Art of Loving Lexi (Ten Ninety Productions).
Assistant Stage Manager Credits: Hair (Hope Mill Theatre), and YANK! (Hope MIll Theatre).
Lighting Design Credits: The Trial (People Zoo Productions), The Art of Loving Lexi (Ten Ninety Productions), and Angel of the House (Asphalt Roses)