Louise Charity | Stage Manager
BA Production Technology and Management (Stage Management)
Previous work at RCS includes: Stage Manager – Paranormal Activity (Bridge Week); Deputy Stage Manager – Pleasure & Pain, Tickle in my Mind (Bridge Week); Assistant Stage Manager – Cabaret, The Snow Queen, Macbeth, Coriolanus; LX Programmer – Earthquakes in London; Sound 1 – The House of Bernarda Alba; Flyperson – Owen Wingrave.
Other work includes: Stage Manager – Scorched (Open Sky Ahead); Festival Crew – Traverse Theatre; Assistant Stage Manager – Northamptonshire and Warwickshire District School’s Arts Festival (Royal and Derngate).
Emma Rose Campbell | Production Electrician
BA Production Technology and Management (Lighting)
Previous work at RCS includes: Production Electrician – Pleasure and Pain; Assistant Electrician – Into the New, Brigadoon; Sound No. 2 – Christmas at the Conservatoire; Deputy Technical Stage Manager – Burial at Thebes; Stage Technician – Contemporary Performance Practice (various pieces), Swingin’ Into Christmas, Merrily We Roll Along; Follow Spot Operator – Cabaret
Other work includes: Crew Chief – Traverse Theatre (Edinburgh Festival Fringe); Freelance lighting/stage technician
Steven John Selby | Head of Sound
BA Production Technology and Management (Sound)
Outside of his studies Steven works professionally as a freelance sound engineer.
Previous work at RCS includes: Sound Designer – Die Fledermaus, Coriolanus, Woman on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Candid Cabaret 2017; Sound No. 2 – Brigadoon; Lighting Programmer/Operator – Christmas at the Conservatoire 2017, Contemporary Performance Practice productions; Assistant Stage Manager – The Burial at Thebes; Stage Technician – Cabaret; Follow Spot Operator – Dick McWhittington.
Other work includes: Production Manager – Dunbar Daytripper Festival; Production Assistant – Catfish and the Bottlemen (SECC); FOH Sound Engineer/Tour Manager – NOAH NOAH; Freelance Sound Engineer (FOH, MON’s, SYSTEM) – A-Live Sound LTD, Standon Calling, T in the Park, Riverside Festival, Colours Festival, Skye Live, West End Fiesta, O2 ABC/Academy.
2nd Year Student Technical Team
Dylan Hodgson | Technician
Fraser Cherrinngton | Sound Technician
James Hamilton | Technician
Karyn Wilson | Technician
Staff Production Team
Steven Roe | Production Manager
BENNY GOODMAN | Stage Production Manager
Benny is a freelance lighting designer and creative collaborator, based in Glasgow.
Since graduating from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, he has worked in association with the Wonder Fools team in creating thought-provoking and new theatre. These productions include The Coolidge Effect, Lampedusa and the upcoming Wonder Fools 549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War, which will be performed at Prestonpans Town Hall and the Citizens Theatre Studio.
Other work of his includes, Circle of Fifths (Tron Theatre/Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), Burial at Thebes & Coriolanus (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), Scavengers (Solar Bear/Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), Lysistrata & Medea (University of Cumbria).
Aside from the Wonder Fools upcoming projects, Benny will be associate lighting designer on Spring Awakening (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland/Dundee Rep) and technical manager of Into The New Festival 2018 (Pearce Institute).
Professional Credits as a Lighting Designer:
Circle of Fifths, Matt Lenton, Tron Theatre & Cockpit Theatre, 2016
Burial at Thebes, Gareth Nicholls, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2016
Scavengers, Mark Stevenson, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2016
Coriolanus, Gareth Nicholls, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2017
How to Own the Room, Aidan Teplitzky, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2017
The Poetry House, Olivia Rose, Tron Theatre, 2017
Pleasure and Pain, Mark Thompson, Citizens Theatre & Cockpit Theatre, 2017
The Coolidge Effect, Jack Nurse, Tron Theatre/Traverse Theatre/Macrobert Arts Centre, 2017
Lampedusa, Jack Nurse, Citizens Theatre, 2017
Lysistrata, Rebecca Gadsby, Stanwix Theatre, 2017
Medea, Alisdair Hunter, Stanwix Theatre, 2017
Jazz Hutsby | Lighting Designer
Jazz would like to give thanks to CPE Lighting for their support on Into the New.