natalia scorer (DIRECTOR)

Natalia has worked in a variety of roles in theatre in London, Birmingham, New York and Sydney and is currently working for Tall Stories Theatre Company. 

Directing credits include The Last Five Years (Edinburgh Fringe), Sweeney Todd (Associate Director, Atomicus Entertainment), In the Rush Hour (Workshop Director, University of Birmingham), Sky is Falling (University of Virginia), and Postcards, Problems… and Penguins (Jermyn Street Theatre, London). She has also worked in casting for Stageplays Theatre Company, New York and in children’s casting for Matilda, Billy Elliot and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Natalia has acted as script consultant for the writing of several new musical theatre pieces, the most recent of which, Stay Awake, Jake by Tim Gilvin, has won the 2014 S&S Award. She has also worked at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, Sydney; the Pleasance Theatre Trust, Edinburgh; and the New York International Fringe Festival; and has been mentored by Phyllida Lloyd.


Patrick works as a freelance musical director, pianist, composer and  typesetter. Patrick regularly works with Armonico Consort, an opera company based in Warwick, as a pianist and musical director for their educational projects.

Patrick has been MD for a number of shows since moving to London at variety of theatres including the King's Head Theatre, New Diorama Theatre, Tristan Bates Theatre, London Theatre Workshop, Greenwich Theatre and Leciester Square Theatre.  He has recently worked on a short opera comissioned by the City of Westminster Archive to commemorate the centenary of World War One which was performed at the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall as well as working on his new children's show, Hurry Up Father Christmas, produced by the Oxford Playhouse. 




Rebecca is an independent producer, productions include: ‘Now This is Not the End’ (Arcola Theatre) ‘Spokesong’ ‘The Flouers O’Edinburgh’ ‘The Wallace’ ‘Little Red Hen’ ‘Jock: Scotland on Trial (Finborough Theatre) ‘In Loving Memory’ (Birmingham REP/mac Birmingham), ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (Hen and Chickens Theatre), ‘Three to Four Days’ (Theatre 503 and Surgeon’s Hall The Spaces, Edinburgh Fringe) the world’s first stage adaptation of Studio Ghibli’s ‘Princes Mononoke’ for Whole Hog Theatre which received sell out runs at New Diorama Theatre before transferring to The AiiA Theater, Japan, and ‘The Investigation’ (Zoo Southside, Edinburgh Fringe).

Rebecca currently works at Jamie Wilson Productions, productions include: ‘Calamity Jane’ ‘Stones in His Pockets’ ‘Ha Ha Hood!’ (UK Tour). Previously, she worked at Royal & Derngate, Northampton as Assistant Producer (supported by the Stage One Apprentice Scheme) productions include: ‘The Body of an American’ ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ ‘Every Last Trick’ ‘Dealer’s Choice’ and ‘Regeneration’. Previous to this, Rebecca worked at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre as Assistant Producer, productions include: ‘Twelve Angry Men’ ‘The Legend of Mike Smith’ ‘Hopelessly Devoted’, ‘Open House’, ‘Strike the Gong’ and ‘Pilot Night’. She has previous experience at The Royal Shakespeare Company, Sonia Friedman Productions, Ambassador’s Theatre Group and Salisbury Playhouse.

She was part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Emerging Producer’s Programme 2013 and was mentored by Tony Reekie, Imaginate. Rebecca is mentored by Sarah Ellis, Digital Producer at The Royal Shakespeare Company. Rebecca was also awarded the Stage One Bursary in 2013 and is mentored by Nicola Seed and Martin Sutherland.



Naomi Pelkiewicz (Assistant producer)

Naomi works primarily in TV production but harbours a keen interest in theatre. She has previously worked with Atomicus on Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and The Lobotomy of Marco Leroux. Naomi is also a skilled performer, holding a BMus in Music from the University of Birmingham. Credits include: The Poisoned Kiss, Dido & Aeneas, Paul Bunyan (all at The Barber Institute of Fine Arts), Sweeney Todd (A.E. Harris Theatre) and Into the Woods (Birmingham University). 

Naomi was a finalist in the ninth series of Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model, during which she developed a love for television production. TV production credits include: Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway; Big Brother; X Factor; Get Your Act Together; Catchphrase; Britain’s Got Talent; The Voice; Sky Portrait Artist of the Year and the BBC Proms. She has also worked for SYCO Entertainment and Classic FM.