Til We Meet in England
Director and Producer
Rebecca is a founding member of Lost Text/Found Space, directing Til We Meet In England, A Testimony and a Silence, and Cary, the Mariam Cycles.
Rebecca trained at Goldsmiths' College and worked as an assistant & staff director at the RSC, the Almeida Theatre and the National Theatre. Rebecca directed acclaimed productions of Marlowe’s Dido Queen of Carthage, at The House of St Barnabas in Soho, and at Kensington Palace, The Round Dance by Arthur Schnitzler at the Roundhouse and Still Life by Noel Coward at the Aldwych Tube Station, as co-founder of Angels in the Architecture. Theatre-based directing included Bette & Joan for Foursight Theatre and Vincent River for Old Vic Productions. Rebecca's site-based work with Lost Text/Found Space emerges from her AHRC funded PhD at Royal Holloway. Rebecca is also active in Peckham's local community, producing 45 rpm's with Periplum, Bring Me Sunshine and Peckham Patchwork between local shops and schools. www.RebeccaMcCutcheon.com
Talulah is a costume and set designer who has collaborated with McCutcheon since 2010, including design of A Testimony and a Silence a Dilston Grove, and Cary: The Mariam Cycles at Hannah Barry Gallery at Copeland Park, Peckham. Talulah is co-founder of Traces London London-based site-specific installation makers specialising in archival research, currently collaborating with the National Trust making 'Loves, Lives, Loss at Fenton House'.
Emily Briselden - Waters
Emily has produced numerous projects with national and international institutions. Her creative production work has ranged from hosting creative symposiums, workshops, creating immersive experiences to working on art exhibitions. She is also a designer in her own right whose practice encompasses graphic/exhibition design, moving-image and set design.
Emily is the co-founder of INPRINT liverpool a festival of printed design and Syrup magazine, a contemporary art and feminist publication. She has recently completed her Masters at the Royal College of Art in Information Experience Design.
Sound Designer + Composer
Lucy is a composer and sound designer specialising in interactive sound. She focuses on the use of new technology and electronics and through this she creates immersive soundscapes interactive installations and scores for film and theatre.
Recent work has included sound design for Traces at Fenton House, an immersive art event in partnership with the National Trust, a motion sensitive sound installation for Girlguiding at Alexandra Palace and an Interactive blanket fort in East London. She has recently completed a PhD in composition at Royal Holloway, University of London. www.laharrisonmusic.co.uk
Matt Haskins is an innovative lighting designer who has collaborated with Rebecca McCutcheon on several productions for Angels in the Architecture and Foursight Theatre (Dido, Queen of Carthage at the House of St. Barnabas and at Kensington Palace). His recent theatre works include Truth and Reconciliation at the Royal Court, and A Dream Story at the Gate Theatre.
James is a freelance stage manager/production manager with experience in technical management. Recent roles include Happy Dave – Assistant Director, Kings – ASM / Lighting Designer (Smoke and Oakum), Hello/Goodbye –ASM (Vienna’s English Theatre).
James also trained as an actor at East 15 Acting School. Previous credits include Cornermen, Tinderbox. (Smoke and Oakum). Other credits include Hello/Goodbye (Viennas English Theatre), Epoch 1985 (Ineptrepid), The Leaving of Things (Encompass Producitons), The Trojan Women (Gate Theatre), Lads (Left to Write Productions), Unwrap Your Candy (Axis Arts). James has recently co-founded a theatre company, Mulligan Theatre – Simple stories told in expansive ways, launching in 2018.
Eleanor has recently graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London with a BA in Drama and Theatre Studies. While at university she stage managed a student-led festival in June 2017, produced and performed in numerous productions on campus and worked with Rebecca McCutcheon on Margaret of Anjou and Iphigenia at Aulis. She has been involved with Chickenshed, an inclusive theatre company based in North London, for around ten years as a performer, Stage Manager and co-creator. Eleanor is happy to be working with Lost Text/Found Space on this new and exciting project.