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Phoebe Hunt- Lighting Designer

Phoebe Hunt has been interested in lighting design since she started college. Her love for mixing a palette of colours together and seeing this vision put on stage complimented by the actors performing is something she cherishes.
After majoring in lighting design in her second year at Goldsmiths University of London, she has worked on many other projects. Phoebe is a co-founder of LittleBerry Productions; not only is she interested in Lighting Design but all aspects of theatre and has written, performed and produced professional theatre in London. She currently juggles working life as a professional singer, with her love and need to work in the theatre. She is looking forward to working with the team on Ondine. She has recently graduated with a First Class BA (Hons) in Drama and Theatre Arts from Goldsmiths University of London

Joanne Cornish – Costume designer

Joanne has worked in theatre and film as a Designer for costume and set.
Theatre Credits include Designer for ‘Play’, (Studio 1 & 2, Goldsmiths, London, 2011), Costume Design for ‘The Nutcracker’ (Butterfly Wheels at Pentameters Theatre, Hampstead, London, 2011), Director and Costume Design for ‘Wish Me Well’ (George Wood Theatre, Goldsmiths, London, 2010).
Film Credits include Costume Design and Wardrobe for Dracula, (Dracula Productions 1, 2011)
Joanne has recently graduated with a BA (hons) in Drama and Theatre Arts at Goldsmiths University of London.

Zanna Mercer – Set designer

Zanna has worked in the theatre both as a designer and technician, for set, costume, lighting and sound.
Theatre credits include designer for Play, & sound technician for I’m Not Waving (both Studio, Goldsmith’s, London), Hitting Town, set design and technician (White Bear Theatre, London 2011), The Nutcracker, costume design (Butterfly Wheels at Pentameter Theatre, Hampstead, London 2010), Feathers, set design and technician (White Bear Theatre, London, & C venues, Edinburgh 2010), Shape, set design (George Wood Theatre, Goldsmith’s, London 2010), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, set/theatre assistant (Network Theatre, London 2009), H1N1 and Mistakes in the Background, set design (Studio, Goldsmith’s, London 2009).
Zanna has recently graduated with a BA (hons) in Drama and Theatre Arts at Goldsmith’s, University of London.

Amy Martin – Assistant technician

Amy has just recently finished her A-Levels at Godalming College. These included Drama and Performing Arts. She has been interested in Drama from a young age, especially acting. Although she has consistently performed and helped backstage for a number of productions, this is Amy’s debut professional theatre production and she cannot wait to learn under the theatre makers she is working with on Ondine.

Susanna Narvaez – Stage Manager

Sooz went to King’s College London to read Law and French Legal Practice. Halfway through the LLB, a part time job at the Novello Theatre ignited a passion for this industry and the rest is history. Since then Sooz has worked on several West End shows (The Hurly Burly Show at the Garrick Theatre, Dirty Dancing at the Aldwych Theatre, West End Stories at the Jermyn Street Theatre, Priscilla Queen of the Desert at the Palace Theatre) and is currently LX showman at Theatre Royal Drury Lane. A self-confessed workaholic with ample skills in juggling life, the rest of the time is divided between day jobs, running a cycle chic blog and indulging in Film Fridays.

Kat Gagan – Stage manager

Kat has worked on various productions from ‘War Horse’ to The Camden Fringe.
Her credits include:
‘Into the Little Hill’/'Recital1′ (ASM for The Opera Group at Snape Maltings), ’Hansel and Gretel’ (ASM for the Open Door Opera at The King’s Head), ’Slay it with Music’ (Stage Manager for A Stage Kindly at Greenwich Playhouse), ’Miss Julie’ (Stage Manager for the BAC)
Festival Stage Manager for The Oval House for the 33% Festival.
She has just finished working for Future Shorts on their showcase production of ‘Brief Encounter’ at the historic Troxy in London.