Artistic Director, Stewart Schiller, email@example.com
Stewart Schiller is an awarding-winning Theatremaker. A Glasgow-native, Stewart graduated with a Masters in Playwriting from Edinburgh University and has been the Traverse Theatre’s Young Writer’s Programme and is currently a member of the Traverse Emerging Director’s Programme and the Tron 100.
He was a winner of the IdeasTap BBC Writersroom brief. His play The Heat Is On was shortlisted for the Blackshaw New Writing Showcase. He was awarded funding from the Thom McGrath Trust for a reading of his work at the Arches.
He has made work with Attune for the; The National Theatre of Scotland Five Minute Theatre Festival, The West End Festival, World of Film Festival, The Tron 100 Festival, Mixtape, Lost Theatre One Act Festival and Wee Theatres Glasgow
As a Director he is a great supporter of New Writing and has served as a Director at Stage to Page at the CCA, and Words, Words, Words at The Traverse Theatre.
His production of the Merchant of Venice featuring in the Lost Theatre in 2013.
Associate Producer, Simon Devon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Graduated with a Degree in Acting from the University of Central Lancashire. He has a wealth of experience Acting in theatre including an eight month theatre tour of Europe with the English Theatre Company. His has been involved in Attune theatre’s own shows such as Belief Beyond Hope and The Merchant of Venice at London’s Lost Theatre, and recently Generation Don’t Know at McPhabbs.
As well as Acting, Simon is heavily involved in the production process from the very inception of each project.
Simon will soon appear in Starz’s Outlander Season 3.
Associate Director, Alex Dodd, email@example.com
Alex is an actor, writer and director based in Scotland. He has graduated with a Master’s degree in Theatre Practice from the University of Glasgow and a Degree in Acting from the University of Central Lancashire. Alex played a number of key/lead roles in school and college productions, experiences which sparked a fascination and love of all forms of dramatic art.
After graduating, Alex worked as an actor for 2 years, whilst based in Manchester. During this time he took part in theatre tours and productions around England before deciding to take the opportunity to improve his development as a writer and director in Glasgow. It was for these reasons, that he returned to academia to acquire a Master’s Degree in Theatre Practice at the University of Glasgow. Alex is delighted with what he achieved on this course and believes it has further honed his all of his creative skills.