Tatty Hennessy – Writer:
Tatty is a graduate of the Royal Court and Lyric Young Writer’s Programmes. Her last play, a new adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen, was commissioned by Theatre N16 for Christmas and revived due to demand for Easter. Her previous play All That Lives was developed in association with Ovalhouse for a sold-out run in their studio space. She has written new work for Emerge, The Miniaturists and Little Pieces of Gold, and was commissioned by LAMDA to write an original play, Immaculate, for their students. She is passionate about tackling big ideas through small lenses, and telling stories with ambition and heart.
Lucy Jane Atkinson – Director:
Lucy Jane Atkinson trained at LAMDA. Recent work includes the American premiere of Victoria Benedictsson’s THE ENCHANTMENT, off Broadway in New York, as well as work by award winning playwrights Camilla Whitehill, John O’Donovan, Milly Thomas, Cordelia O’Neill, and Susie Sillett.
Her upcoming work includes a West End transfer of TESTAMENT by Tristan Bernays (VAULT 2017 Pick of the Week, “Intriguing, gripping stuff.” ★★★★★ London Theatre1).
At this year’s VAULT she is directing 3 shows. A HUNDRED WORDS FOR SNOW, by Tatty Hennessy (week 7), CAUSE, by James Huntrods (week 5), and SECONDBESTS by Richard Marsh (week 1 & week 8).
RG Creative – Producer:
RG Creative is run by Rebecca Gwyther who works as a freelance director and producer. This year at VAULT Festival she is producing A Hundred Words for Snow and Great Again: The Musical. Recent productions include Small Traumas (The Lion & Unicorn Theatre), What Goes on in Front of Closed Doors (Pleasance Courtyard & UK Tour), Claustrophilia (VAULT Festival), Glockenspiel (Tristan Bates Theatre), Finders Keepers (Hot Coals Theatre, ZOO), Cain (The Hope Theatre & New River Studios) and ACE funded Headways Festival (The Albany, Deptford).
Rebecca is a Producer for Old Sole Theatre Company and Blue Guitar Theatre Company. She assisted with Conviction (Above the Arts) and has also worked in press and marketing at C venues (2015) and Summerhall (2016 & 2017) during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.