Richard Conlon

Richard trained at Queen Margaret University College. 
Richard was involved in a number of award-winning productions including: The Belle's Stratagem which won Best Ensemble at The Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland 2018; and My Left Right Foot which won both a Fringe First Award and a Herald Angel Award in the Edinburgh Festival 2018.
Recent theatre credits include: Scenes for Survival (NTS); Mrs Puntila and Her Man Matti (Edinburgh Lyceum/Glasgow Citizens'); Spuds (Glasgow Oran Mor); My Left Right Foot (National Theatre of Scotland/Birds of Paradise TC); Rachel's Cousins (Edinburgh Traverse/Glasgow Oran Mor); The Whip Hand (Edinburgh Traverse/Birmingham Rep); God of Carnage and Harold & Maude (both Glasgow Tron); The Belle's Stratagem; Jumpy; The Iliad; The Crucible; A View From The Bridge; The Merchant of Venice; A Christmas Carol and As You Like It (all Edinburgh Lyceum); Fat Alice (Glasgow Oran Mor/Aberdeen Lemon Tree/Edinburgh Traverse); Propaganda Swing (Nottingham Playhouse/Coventry Belgrade); Aladdin and Jack & The Beanstalk (both Edinburgh Brunton); Woman in Mind (Dundee Rep/Birmingham Rep); And Then There Were None (Dundee Rep); Macbeth (Perth Theatre); Ane Pleasant Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis (ABandC Theatre); Right Now; Private Lives; St. Catherine's Day; The Importance of Being Alfred and The Matinee Idle (all Glasgow Oran Mor); Smalltown (Random Accomplice); Zorro and Peter Pan (both Visible Fictions); Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla (Paines Plough/Glasgow Oran Mor); First You're Born (Plutot la Vie); Great Expectations (Prime Productions); Brightwater (Mull Theatre); Macbeth (National Theatre of Scotland’s Elgin Project); Cat on A Hot Tin Roof; The Glass Menagerie and Woman in Black (all St. Andrew's Byre).  Richard was also an original member of the Dundee Rep Ensemble, with productions including All My Sons; A Family Affair; The Plague; Cabaret; and Flora The Red Menace, amongst others.  He also returned to play Pirelli in Sweeney Todd.
Richard's television and film credits include: Ghost Light (NTS/EIF); Garrow's Law (Shed Media/BBC); PC Elliott in Low Winter Sun (Tiger Aspect for Channel 4); Age of Genius (BBC); The Strange Case of Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle (BBC); High Road (ITV); Taggart (ITV) and Bad Boys (BBC).
Aside from his many roles on stage and screen, he has also performed on several BBC radio broadcasts including comedies: The Ellis & Clark Show and The Knox Factor and dramas: Brothers; 44 Scotland Street; Rebus: The Black Book; Rough Magic; The Dead Hour; A Second Life; The Lady Detectives; and Benedict’s Rule.

Joanne McGuinness

Joanne trained at the Glasgow Academy of Musical Theatre Arts.
Theatre includes Mrs Puntilla and Her Man Matti, Local Hero (Royal Lyceum Theatre), The Divide (The Old Vic), Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (National Theatre) Nomination, Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Olivier Awards, Spuds, Doris Dolly (Oran Mor), As You Like It (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), Dragon (National Theatre of Scotland), Glasgow Girls (Stratford East/NTS), Peter Pan  (Kings Theatre)
Film/TV includes: Doctors (BBC), The Wee Man, Zombie Musical – BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award.

Ewan Somers

Theatre credits include: Oh Yes We Are!, Sinbad, Snow White and the Seven Dames, Aladdin and Dick McWhittington (Perth Theatre), Macbeth (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch/UK Tour), This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing (Stellar Quines), All My Sons, Much Ado About Nothing (Ian Charleson Award nomination), Love Song, Little Red and the Wolf and Witness for the Prosecution (Dundee Rep), Cyrano de Bergerac (National Theatre of Scotland), Macbeth (Stafford Gatehouse), Faithful Ruslan: The Story of a Guard Dog (Belgrade Theatre Coventry and Glasgow Citizens Theatre), Travels With My Aunt, Rapunzel, Lot and His God and Lanark (Glasgow Citizens Theatre) and Tomorrow (Vanishing Point, International Tour)
Screen credits include: 
The Princess Switch: Switched Again; Outlander (Sony/Starz/Leftbank)
Gavin Whitworth
Musical Director/Performer
Gavin is a graduate of York University, and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. 
Musical directing credits include The Snow Queen and Hi, My Name Is Ben (Dundee Rep/Goodspeed); My Left RIght Foot (NTS/Birds of Paradise), Oor Wullie (Dundee Rep/Selladoor) But First This, and The Witches of Eastwick (Watermill Theatre, Newbury); Beauty and the Beast and Hansel and Gretel (Citizens Theatre); Wasted Love and The Improvised Musical (Edinburgh Fringe); Room (Stratford East/NTS) and Glasgow Girls (RAW Materials).
Andy McGregor
Andy is a director, composer and playwright. He trained at Glasgow University and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. 
Shows he has written, composed and directed include Spuds, The Rise and Inevitable Fall of Lucas Petit, Pure Freezin’, Love 2.0 and Vinyl Idol (with Debbie Hannan). His musical Crocodile Rock (Play a Pie and a Pint) was  broadcast on the BBC. 
He wrote and composed The Park (National Theatre of Scotland) as part of Scenes for Survival and wrote and directed Ever Young (Beacon Arts Centre) a short film. 
He has also made various Christmas shows for wee ones at The Citizens Theatre and wrote and directed Lost in Pantoland and The Snow Queen (PACE). He has directed The Dolls Dragged Up (Scottish Tour) , Disturbed (Play, Pie and a Pint), Godspell and Twelfth Night (RCS). He has composed for The Royal Court, The National Theatre of Scotland and the National Youth Theatre. 
He composed and sound-designed The Ugly One (Tron). His play Influence, was commissioned and performed for 6 theatres UK-wide, from Dundee Rep to Plymouth Royal.
Becky Minto
Becky has been designing for over 25 years for companies including National Theatre Scotland, Upswing Aerial Theatre Company, Fire Exit, Royal lyceum, All Or Nothing Aerial Dance Company, Grid Iron, Perth Rep, Visible Fictions, Vanishing Point, Scottish Dance Theatre, Lung Ha, 7:84, The Byre, The Citizen’s Theatre, Walk The Plank, Dundee Rep and Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Her work covers main house productions, large-scale touring, aerial and circus indoor and outdoor productions, multiple site-specific designs and large outdoor ceremonies. 
She was Associate Designer for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games; Land of Giants Belfast/London 2012 Festival and This Side The Other Side, Turku’s Capital of Culture Opening Ceremony for Walk The Plank in 2011. For NTS, Ignition, Granite and Shift were all large scale site specific based productions within Scotland. 
She was awarded the Silver medal for Space Design forThe 306 : Dawn NTS at the World Stage Design exhibition in Taipei 2017. Out Of This World for V- TOL co-designed with Mark Murphy for was selected for Staging Places UK Design exhibition at the PQ2019 and The V&A, London. Ignition NTS and Iron-Oxide’s White Gold were selected for Make Believe/ UK Design for Performance exhibition PQ2015 and The V&A, London. She exhibited for the Society of British Theatre Designers in 2011 and 2007. 
Recent and future productions include Doppler, Grid Iron; Spuds, Sleeping Warrior Theatre Company; The Signalman, Perth Theatre; Cinderella, Perth Theatre; Lena, Feather productions; Henry Sugar, Perth Theatre/Roald Dahl Story Company; Underwood Lane, Tron Theatre.
Dave Shea
Lighting Designer/Production Manager
Dave has worked in Scottish  theatre for 26 years in many roles.
Until recently he had been Head of Production at the Tron Theatre since 2013.
Dave has lit many shows over the years including "The Incredible Adventures of See Thru Sam" for Random Accomplice which won CATS award for Best Technical Presentation in 2013.
For the Tron Theatre Dave designed lighting for a number of shows including Under Milk Wood, Bunny, The Alchemist, Miracle on 34 Parnie Street and Cock.
Ailie Crerar-Blythe
Ailie Crerar-Blythe is originally from Aberdeen and now based in Glasgow via stints in Edinburgh, Stockholm and Rome. She has worked as a producer with theatre companies including the National Theatre of Scotland, Workers Theatre, Independent Arts Projects, Untitled Projects, groupwork, Wonder Fools and Brite Theater, as well as with festivals and organisations including the Glasgow Film Festival, Soundplay Projects, Manipulate, Glasgow International, Mascarade Opera Studio, Festivals Edinburgh and the CCA Glasgow.​​​​​​​
Fraser Milroy
Fraser is a Sound Designer, Composer, & Sound Engineer from Glasgow. He trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Recent Sound Design/Composer credits includes:  Demon Island (Traverse,) The Lives of Moirlanich Longhouse (Pitlochry Festival Theatre/National Trust Scotland,) Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas - Radio Pilot (Fair Pley), Theatre Uncut - Binaural Award Ceremony (Theatre Uncut,) In Someone Else’s Shoes: Edinburgh’s Unexpected Summer (Traverse,) Down & Out In Paris And London (Orwell Foundation.)
Recent Sound Engineer credits include: The Tsar Has His Photograph Taken (Scottish Opera,) Falstaff (Scottish Opera,) The Life and Times (Scottish Dance Theatre,) Oor Wullie! The Musical  (Dundee Rep/Seladoor.)
Fraser is also one half of, and technical director of Glasgow based company Fair Pley; focusing mainly on the production of ethical theatre, spoken word, and work with a political focus.
He is also the Technical & Production Manager for Salt n’ Sauce at the Edinburgh Fringe, the 9th largest venue operator at the festival and one of only two signed up to the Fair Fringe campaign. 
Adam Butler
Assistant Director
Adam is a Scottish actor from Edinburgh who trained with The Attic Collective, an arts funded training program for up and coming Scottish talent, before joining the RCS. He has experience of stage combat and mask work. His interests lie in physical comedy, TV/Film and the development of virtual and mixed reality theatre. 
Theatre Credits include: The Comedy of Errors (RCS), The Cherry Orchard (RCS), All My Sons (RCS), The Threepenny Opera (The Attic Collective), War in America (The Attic Collective), Lysistrata (The Attic Collective), Julius Caesar (Aulos Productions), Waiting for Godot (Bedlam Theatre)

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