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ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: 
Ken Christiansen »

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS: 
Crispin Bonham Carter »

Gene David Kirk »
ASSOCIATE ARTISTS: 
Amy Bonsall
Amy Hodge
LITERARY MANAGER: 
Mali Tudno Jones »

COMPANY SECRETARY: 
Rosie Thomson »

TRUSTEES:
Brook Hoadley (Chair)
Sylvia Paskin
Jessica Tyrrell
ADVISORY BOARD:
Alan Cohen
Rebecca Lenkiewicz
Mark O’Sullivan
Diane Parish
COMMITTEE:
Megan Fisher
Rachel Morris

KEN CHRISTIANSEN
Ken trained at Drama Centre, London and has worked for many UK theatre companies, including the RSC, the NT and also for the Moscow Arts Theatre, as both an actor and director. He works primarily as a director of new writing. He is the Administrative Director of The JMK Memorial Trust for young directors.

CRISPIN BONHAM CARTER
Crispin is a director and actor. After graduating in Classics from St Andrews, he began acting in television, theatre and film. Since 1999 he has also directed, concentrating on new writing. In 2001 he was awarded the inaugural Jerwood Directors Award at the Young Vic, and has subsequently directed for the National Theatre and in the West End.

GENE DAVID KIRK
Gene is the Programming Director for Theatre503 in London; responsible for finding, nurturing and programming emerging artists for a theatre dedicated to new work in all forms. Recent directing credits inlcude The Ash Boy (Theatre503) and Elgar & Alice (UK Tour). Gene is a writer and director, and teaches theatre practice and creative writing.

REBECCA LENKIEWICZ
Rebecca is a writer and actress. She was nominated in November 2004 by the Evening Standard Theatre Awards for the Charles Wintour Bursary for New Playwrighting after the success of her second play, The Night Season, and was the winner of the Critics' Circle award for Most Promising New Playwright 2004. Her latest play, Her Naked Skin, opens at the National Theatre in July 2008.

DIANE PARISH
Diane is a writer and actress, known mainly for her work in television and theatre. In 2002 she became the first black actress to win the Royal Television Society Best Actress Award for her role in BBC2’s acclaimed series, Babyfather. She has appeared at the Royal Court and in the West End many times, and is a passionate believer in the importance of new writing. She is currently adapting her own screenplay, Good To You, for an OTC production and is now appearing in Eastenders.



Rebecca Lenkiewicz


Diane Parish








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