I’m Dougie and I’m the Artistic Director of Visible Fictions. I have responsibility for all the projects we do and I work with brilliantly creative folk to make them all happen – whether here in our office with my Visible Fictions’ colleagues, in the rehearsal room with actors and stage managers or in pre-production meetings with designers, writers, composers, production managers. I also work with funders, co-producers and other agencies to develop our work, the theatre sector, improve training opportunities and hopefully and ultimately make it better for the audiences who come to experience good work.
Hi, I’m Lisa. Half the week I’m the Digital and Administration Officer for Visible Fictions and the other half of it I write plays and sketches and other words. Here in the office, I take care of all things digital – social media, making video content and looking after the website, as well as the administration for all our projects (which can involve payment schedules, booking accommodation and travel, availability checking actors to cast, booking space for rehearsals and auditions, and anything else Laura tells me to do). I also manage the day to day running of the office, and annoy my colleagues by reminding them of the weekly action point list I lovingly create.
I’m Sophie, I am the Marketing and Development Manager for Visible Fictions. No day is the same, it really depends on what we are up to. If the company is touring then a lot of my time is spent working with the touring venues to get bums on seats, if we are developing projects then I try and find some funding to make them happen. We are a creative bunch so there are always interesting chats going on about what we would like to do next and how to go about it. I love that bit, working on a new idea… it can take you anywhere.
My name is Laura and I am the Producer for Visible Fictions Theatre Company. My Job is to sort out the people and the things that those people need to make someone’s artistic vision come true. So you have an idea for a play, I will draw up a budget, find out if the rights to that play are available or maybe engage a writer to write it. I will contract a creative team, designer, composer, Lighting designer, production manager etc. contract the performers. Find a venue to rehearse it. Find venues to perform it in. If those venues are overseas then make sure everyone has a Visa, Book their travel and accommodation, get them some transport, oh and insurance. It’s all that kind of behind the scenes stuff. Every day is different and you are always learning something new. That’s the best bit about it.
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