After graduating from Queen’s University Belfast in 2008, Jacqueline worked as a freelance stage manager and production manager for seven years with theatre companies such as; Primecut Productions, Tinderbox Theatre Company, Kabosh Theatre Company and Big Telly as well as other organisations like The Millennium Forum Theatre and Walk the Plank.
Graduating from the University of Ulster Jordanstown with a Masters degree in Business within the Creative Industries, Jacqueline has been working as the Community Arts Officer with EastSide Arts since 2015 and is in charge of developing and delivering their year round community arts programme as well as assisting in the programming and delivery of the annual EastSide Arts and C.S. Lewis Festival in east Belfast.
Jacqueline has worked with Rawlife Theatre Company on several of their previous productions including; The Christening, Lanciatore and As The Tide Ebbs.
Siobhán is a stage and production manager currently based in Belfast.
This is her second show with Rawlife, having stage managed As The Tide Ebbs in 2016. Her other professional credits include work for The Old Vic, Royal Court, Lyric Theatre, Outburst Queer Arts Festival, Belfast International Arts Festival, Amnesty International, Happy Days International Beckett Festival, Belfast Children's Festival, Prime Cut, Tinderbox, TheatreofplucK, Big Telly, Green Shoot, Chicago Opera Vanguard and Walk the Plank..
Seána has been working in the theatre industry in one form or another for the past six years and graduated from her post graduate in stage management in Edinburgh last year. Recent credits include Give My Head Peace 2017, Don Giovanni (NI Opera, Grand Opera House, Belfast), Rainbow Class (Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 2016), Interior/The Destroyed Room (Vanishing Point, Edinburgh International Festival 2016), Boys Will Be Boys (Bush Theatre, Bush Hall, London), Thon Man Moliere (The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh), The Belfast Tempest (Terra Nova Productions, Belfast), All Through The House (Tinderbox, Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast) and Sleeping Betty (Tron Theatre, Glasgow).
The very talented Darren Quigley.