Jimena Larraguivel & Anne-Marie Piazza
Eilon Morris & Greg Barnett
Amy Draper, director: Recent credits include These Trees are Made of Blood, Usagi Yojimbo and Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World (Southwark Playhouse); Life on the Refrigerator Door (Yard); The Door (Park) and Angel Cake (Camden People’s Theatre). She was recently the Assistant Director on The Famous Victories of Henry V (RSC).
Darren Clark, composer and lyricist. Recently: Songs for The Grumpiest Boy in the World and Once Upon a Snowflake (Maria Litinova) by Paper Balloon Theatre, sell-out political satire These Trees Are Made of Blood at Southwark Playhouse, and Julia Donaldson adaptation The Scarecrows Wedding.
Roddy Maude-Roxby has been making masks and acting for 50 years, part of the legendary Theatre Machine at the Royal Court, credits range from The Three Sisters directed by Bill Gaitskell in 1967 to Art Angels’ Have Your Circumstances Changed? directed by Lu Kemp in June 15.
Charlie Cridlan is a theatre, opera and event designer with a reputation for creating vivid, animated spaces. Most recently Charlie designed Streets at Theatre Royal Stratford East. The project had a celebratory feel and, moved the audience through interior and exterior spaces of Stratford, with surprising design-led installations and interventions along the way.