the team

name. Alice Boyd

role. founder and co-director

bio. Alice is an environmental campaigner, theatre maker and sound designer. She works for Hubbub UK, an environmental charity which creates positive and playful campaigns for the mainstream audience. She also is a company member for Poltergeist Theatre, performing, creating sounds and keeping the team green.

contact. alice@stagingchange.com

name. Josie ​Dale-Jones

role. co-director​

bio. Josie Dale-Jones is a theatre maker, performer and producer. She is also 'ThisEgg'. ThisEgg makes intimate theatre that connects with audiences; prompting them to ask big questions about the world we live in. 

name. Shankho Chaudhuri

role. team member

bio. Shankho is a multidisciplinary designer fascinated by the intersection of technology with the Arts. Originally trained as an Engineer from Imperial College London, before studying as a postgraduate in Design at the Royal College of Art, he is exploring “the future of storytelling”, making work that blends form and media. He is currently designing for Poltergeist, as well as a number of productions for the VAULT Festival and beyond.  

name. Clare Thompson​

role. designer

bio. Clare is an interdisciplinary designer. She trained as a designer at Goldsmiths and has worked on a number of projects including Zaatari Radio, a humanitarian collective initially formed to create a refugee-run radio station to serve people living in Zaatari Village, Jordan.

name. Caitlin Evans

role. team member

bio. Caitlin Evans is a theatre-maker and producer from Newcastle based in London. Graduating from MFA Advanced Theatre Practice at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in July 2019, she makes experimental, collaborative performance that explores political themes, questions and ideas in the zeitgeist. She is also a campaigner for Green politics and an alumni of The Green Party of England Wales' 30 under 30 scheme.

advisory members

Creative Carbon Scotland - Staging Chang

name. Creative Carbon Scotland​

bio. Creative Carbon Scotland works to put culture at the heart of a sustainable Scotland. They believe cultural and creative organisations have a significant influencing power to help shape a sustainable Scotland for the 21st century.

Their mission is to engage arts organisations and stakeholders in promoting environmental sustainability; provide support for arts organisations to be at the forefront of shaping an environmentally sustainable Scotland; and to support arts organisations, artists and audiences to be as environmentally sustainably as possible.

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