MEET THE TEAM
Rhona studied English and Drama at Exeter University and worked in theatre and television before getting a 'proper job' as a Barrister. After twelve years in the criminal and family courts, a move to Luxembourg allowed Rhona to return to theatre as a member of the international theatre company, The Story in Motion Project - www.storyinmotionproject.com.
Most recently Rhona was part of Exploring Beckett, performing Not I, Footfalls and Catastrophe. She also performs regularly in The Virginia Monologues, a two-woman improvised show which premiered at the National Theatre of Luxembourg. Rhona is a founder member of Jersey Youth Performing Arts, a charity providing free workshops and stage experience to young people in Jersey aged 9 to 18 years. Rhona has directed youth productions of James and the Giant Peach and Bugsy Malone. In 2021 Rhona will direct her original 60's inspired adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream and will produce/co-direct the classic musical, Grease.
Originally from Basel, Switzerland, Annigna has an MA in Acting, Stage and Television from the Bavarian Academy Theatre August Everding in Munich. She is also a two time recipient of the Migros Culture Fund Switzerland Award.
Anningna is fluent in English, French, Spanish and Swiss German and has played leading roles in major theatres in Munich, Basel and Zurich. Annigna is also an accomplished screen actor with credits in many European films and television programmes -
In 2011 Annigna started the film company, Little River Pictures, with her husband and fellow filmmaker, Tom Kennedy. Little River creates film and full-length documentaries and has a particular interest in human interest stories.
Alice trained as a Theatre Maker and Actor at the University of York’s Department of Theatre, Film and Television. In recent years she has been working as a Producer for cross-arts producing organisation, ArtHouse Jersey.
Alice specialises in developing and supporting new work and facilitates artistic collaborations across disciplines. Alice has a special interest in puppetry and recently helped to develop Jackie the Baboon, a new play by Brunskill and Grimes. She has also participated in workshops with Complicite, Forced Entertainment and Michele McMahon.As an actor, Alice was recently cast in lead roles in three new plays which premiered in Jersey: Going Underground, The Curse of Canute and HOME. In 2018 Alice played Abigail in an open-air production of The Crucible performed in the grounds of Samares Manor.