Treasure Island

Company Profiles

Anthony O’Neill


Anthony graduated from Performing Arts Studio Scotland in 2021. With a particular interest in film and television, he is passionate about pursuing a career in screen acting. He especially enjoys roles that are physically demanding and is enthusiastic about the interplay between music and drama. Born in Dipolog City, Philippines, Anthony has been fortunate to travel from a young age and has ambitions to explore more of the world through his performance work. His favourite role to play so far has been ‘Cameron Burns’ in PASS’s adaptation of Beautiful Burnout.

Harry Ward


Trained: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Recent Theatre Credits: Celtic The Musical (SECC), Underwood Lane (Tron), Not Now (Òran Mór), Orphans (National Theatre Scotland),Tartuffe (Adelaide Fringe), The Steamie (SECC), What Girls Are Made Of (Raw Material), The Dark Carnival (Vanishing Point), Rhinoceros (The Lyceum, Edinburgh), Music is Torture (Tron, Glasgow/Tromolo Productions), Dick McWhittington(Perth Theatre), Para Handy (Pitlochry Festival Theatre), Celtic – The Musical(Alterean Productions / Scottish and Irish tour), Mack the Knife, Moby Dick (Òran Mór),Janis Joplin: Full Tilt (Stratford East, London) and Fever Dream Southside (Citizens, Glasgow).

Television and Radio credits include Trust Me (Red/ITV) Taggart, High Times, Still Game, Waterloo Road, Dr Finlay’s Casebook and Confessions of a Justified Sinner (BBC Radio 4).

Megan McGuire


Megan McGuire is from Glasgow and a graduate of the BA Musical Theatre course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Theatre credits include Gonzalo in “The Tempest” (Tron Theatre), The witch in “Hansel & Gretel ” and Eris in “Sinbad” (tours of the UAE with Kevali Productions); Veluptua in “Treasure Island” (Motherwell Theatre); The Blue Fairy in “Pinocchio” (Geez A Break Productions).

Screen credits include Mabel in “Outlander” (Starz);“What teaching taught me” (advert for the Scottish Government).

She is also a singer and clarinetist and is delighted to be joining the cast of Treasure Island.

Stephanie MacGaraidh


Steph is an actor, singer-songwriter and musician from Fife, who graduated from Guildford School of Acting in 2018. Having lived in London since graduation, she is thrilled to finally be performing back in the homeland! 

Theatre Credits Include: Swing in FRIENDS! THE MUSICAL PARODY (UK & Ireland Tour), Gráinne Mhaol/Antonia in THE SEA QUEEN/TWELFTH NIGHT (Gods and Monsters Theatre), Moth/Maria in LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST (Oxford Shakespeare Company) 

Other Credits Include: Eilidh in WHAT ARE WE CALLED? (Blotched Ink Productions), Ellory in THE LAST DELIVERY (Westminster Film School), First Witch in MACBETH (award winning audio drama, Almost Tangible).

Ross MacKay


Ross is a writer from Fife. His debut picture book, Daddy’s Bad (bed) Day and his debut novel, Will and The Whisp were both published this year. He was the recipient of the William Soutar Award for Poetry 2020. His play, ‘The Travelling Cranberries Christmas Show’, toured community centres in Fife in 2021. 

Ross was previously Artistic Director of Tortoise in a Nutshell with his productions touring the globe. His shows have received numerous prestigious awards including a Scotsman Fringe First for New Writing and a Critic’s Pick from The New York Times. 

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Jordan Blackwood


Jordan (he/him) is a Scottish theatre director and facilitator working in professional, youth and community contexts. Jordan has worked across Scotland and the UK with companies including the Tron Theatre, Dundee Rep, Perth Theatre, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Traverse Theatre, PACE Theatre Company, Edinburgh International Festival & DV8 Physical Theatre. 

Directing credits include: Snappy Operas (Mahogany Opera & Edinburgh International Festival); The Travelling Cranberries Christmas Show (OnFife); Scott & Laura (Scenes For Survival, National Theatre of Scotland); Shattered (Scottish tour). Assistant director credits include: Monstrous Heart (Traverse Theatre, dir. Gareth Nicholls) and Passing Places (Dundee Rep, dir. Andrew Panton). 

Jordan enjoys working on a diverse range of projects, currently Creative Producer for Aberdeen Performing Arts’ Light The Blue festival. Find out more:


Oğuz Kaplangı

Composer & Sound Designer

Oğuz Kaplangı is a Turkish composer and sound designer based in Edinburgh, who primarily works in theatre, film and advertising. Oğuz moved to the UK in 2018 and that same year he was awarded with the “Best Music and Sound in Scotland Theatre” at the Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland for his work in Zinnie Harris’ adaptation of Ionesco’s play, “Rhinoceros”. 

Oğuz has scored music for sixteen feature films including box office hits, and created hundreds of jingles for many brands. Oğuz has released albums and soundtracks as a solo artist, toured and collaborated with international musicians. 

THEATRE CREDITS 1984 (NKT); Still (Traverse Theatre); Lyceum Christmas Tales (Royal Lyceum Theatre); Tiny Tim (Royal Lyceum Theatre); Nyanya and the Mighty Wizz! (Royal Lyceum Theatre); Rabbit Catcher (Traverse Theatre); Doomsdays (Traverse Theatre); Mrs Puntila and Her Man Matti (Royal Lyceum Theatre); A Museum in Baghdad (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Monstrous Heart (Traverse Theatre); The Alchemist (Tron Theatre); The Duchess [of Malfi] (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Citizens Theatre); Let The Right One In (DOT Theatre); Incendies (NKT); #WeAreArrested (Royal Shakespeare Company); Rhinoceros (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh International Festival, DOT Theatre); Meet Me at Dawn (DOT Theatre, Arcola Theatre); How to Hold Your Breath (DOT Theatre); Frozen (DOT Theatre); 0/Damage, Inc. (DOT Theatre). 

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Janie Hart

Set, Costume & Puppet Designer

Janis has worked for many years designing theatre, dance and opera productions and site specific installations for companies and spaces all over Britain, and as resident designer at Plymouth Theatre Royal, Worcester Swan Theatre, Derby Playhouse and South Hill Park, Bracknell. She enjoys interesting collaborations and spaces, which have included an abandoned hospital in Birmingham, the banks of the Water of Leith, and Methil Docks. 

Recent work includes ‘Peace Cranes’ a massive installation of 140,000 origami cranes for the Just Festival in Edinburgh, visited by over 7.000 people over autumn 2021, and -cur-rently touring- the Scottish Opera’s ‘Opera Highlights’ 2022.

Katharine Williams

Lighting Designer

I light shows. I use a lighting language that is bold, beautiful and truthful. I’m interested in work that is about humanity. I love making shows with music, and shows with dance. I love new writing. My favourite rehearsal rooms to be in are those with an open, collaborative process where all voices are valued. 

I have worked mostly in the UK, and also in China, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Canada, the USA, Mexico, Ireland, Holland, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Armenia, Romania, Russia and the Czech Republic. 

I’ve been lucky enough to collaborate with some amazing artists. I am committed to development, equality and diversity in theatre through mentorship. Find out more:

Creative Team

Movement Director: Lucy Wild 
Production Manager: Camilla O’Neill 
Technical Manager: Matt Nevans 
Stage Manager: Ellie Condon & Craig McNeill 
Deputy Stage Manager: Gillian Richards 
Theatre Technician: Adam Tucker 
Technical Assistant: Dylan McLay 
Wardrobe Supervisor: Sophie Ferguson 

Creative Producer (Cumbernauld Theatre): Fraser Morrison 
Producer (Visible Fictions): Laura Penny 
Executive Producer: Dougie Irvine