Carbon Dating – Crew

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Crew:

Producer – Kirsty Fox

Director – John Fricker

Stage Manager – Amy Gunn

Set & Costume Designer – Gina Rose Lee

Lighting & Sound Designer – Mark Webber

Costume Supervisor – Natasha Prynne

CREW BIOGRAPHIES:

Kirsty Fox – Producer

Kirsty has worked as a producer, director, actor and in various management roles in the world of theatre for several years.

Her work as a producer includes: Spring Awakening (for OutFox Productions) Seconds Out, The Benefit of Time, Afternoon Tea, Joy With Child and Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell (all 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 and 24/7 Theatre Festival, based in Manchester

Teaming up with John once more, Kirsty is excited about the adventures to be had and characters to be met on the OutFox journey and hopes you will join them along the way.

John Fricker – Director

John runs OutFox Productions alongside Kirsty. Carbon Dating will be his second project as a director having previously directed OutFox’s Spring Awakening.

John trained as an actor at East 15 Acting School. Previous acting credits include, on stage: Lady Would-Be in Volpone (Present Moment), Fusspot/Slim in Sleeping Beauty (The Roses), Sigmund Freud/Sigmund Archer in Carbon Fever (Tax Deductible), Nana/Smee in Peter Pan (King’s Head), The Cad in The Absinthe Monologues (Tax Deductible), Patrick Star in Spongebob Squarepants – Live! (Fiery Angel) and Tubby Wadlow in Hobson’s Choice (Thom Southerland).

And on film: Rick in Are You Ready For Love? (Carnaby), Damon in Lovely May (Quaggy Productions), Hare in Cornered (Rare Pictures LLP), Henry in Grandma’s Teeth (Goldsmiths), Bruno in How to Become a Criminal Mastermind (Squirrel Vision) and Marteetee in Your Highness (Universal).

Amy Gunn – Stage Manager

Amy works as a stage manager and director in London. Previous stage management work includes: Stage Manager, ‘How The Lion Became King Of Tinga Tinga Land’ (UK Tour); Stage Manager, ‘Spring Awakening’ (Brockley Jack Studio Theatre); Stage Manager, ‘The Great Gatsby’ (Wilton’s Music Hall); Director/Stage Manager, ‘Meri Neighbour’ (Tara Arts Centre); Stage Manager, ‘Beside the Sea’ (Purcell Room, Southbank Centre); Stage Manager, ‘Restitution’ (Kings Head Theatre); Stage Manager/Assistant Director, ‘These Things Happen’ (The Courtyard Theatre); Assistant Stage Manager, ‘Britannicus’ (Wilton’s Music Hall) and Stage Manager, ‘The Story Project 3’ (Southwark Playhouse). In addition to stage management work, Amy also directs with Absent Theatre, which stages new writing in London. Amy is delighted to work with OutFox again, following her role as Stage Manager of their summer production of ‘Spring Awakening’.

Gina Rose Lee – Set & Costume Designer

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 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.

Mark Webber – Lighting & Sound Designer

Mark is a freelance Lighting and Sound Technician/Designer, Musical Director and a composer of Musical Theatre.
Previous design work includes ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’, ‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle’ and ‘Macbett’ (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 ‘Due Process’, ‘Saving Grace’ (www. productions) and ‘Blood on the Stars and Stripes’ (Bad Wednesday Productions). Other credits include Musical Director for Hair, Little Women: The Broadway Musical, The Last Five Years and Composer for ‘If I Told You’, ‘1 in 3’ and ‘Your Five Minute Call’ (WebCam Productions). Mark is currently working in London for Trafalgar Lighting and a Musical Director/Pianist for ‘The Lady Birds’. In December he is travelling to Singapore to work as a lighting technician.
Mark is very much looking forward to working with Outfox Productions for the first time.    
Costume Supervisor – Natasha Prynne
Biography to follow soon
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