The Price of Everything
This is the full team we would like to work with as we bring The Price of Everything to full production standard.
Anoushka Bonwick graduated from the University of East Anglia with a degree in Culture, Literature and Politics, and has been directing productions since 2009.
As one of Hidden Track’s co-founders, she has directed many of Hidden Track’s productions, including Drawing the Line, Scavengers, As the Sun Goes Down, How to Win and Standard:Elite.
Anoushka has worked as a Facilitator for the National Youth Theatre and Tangled Feet, working on projects such as Rainbow Sibs, a theatre week for children with autistic siblings; and helped manage a cast of over 100 performers and young adults in ‘One Million’, a large scale show responding to the problem of youth unemployment in the UK.
She has also directed theatre work at venues including Landor Theatre, Theatre 503, The Rosemary Branch Theatre, and The Etcetera Theatre; as well as Film and TV projects including A Long Way Down (Wildgaze Films); 24: Live Another Day (Imagine Television); and Broadchurch: Series 2 – (Kudos Film and Television).
Elliot Hughes is a Mancunian writer, performer & theatre maker; creating work with an unashamedly working-class voice, informed by a childhood running away from bailiffs with a single mother on the poverty line.
Elliot is Hidden Track’s Artistic Director, & has written and produced all of their 10 shows to date. His original script for ‘Standard:Elite’ won the Greater Manchester Fringe award for ‘Best New Writing’, & the script has since been published by WriteForTheStage.
He was commissioned by Oldham Coliseum to write original show ‘Make Your Choice’ to be performed by their youth group. As a writer & performer he has worked with companies including Contact Theatre, HOME, Theatre Deli, Coney, Forced Entertainment & Word of Warning; and his work has been supported by the Peggy Ramsey Foundation and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation. He has also worked as Front of House Manager for the Crystal Maze LIVE Experience, Manchester & Duty Manager for Contact, Manchester.
Emma trained at Rose Bruford College in European Theatre Arts.
Stage credits include IN THE NIGHT GARDEN LIVE (No 1. Tour), RAYMOND BRIGGS FATHER CHRISTMAS, MR POPPER’S PENGUINS (Pins & Needles/Lyric Hammersmith), SHERLOCK ONLINE: THE CASE OF THE HUNG PARLIAMENT, Olivier nominated ALICE’S ADVENTURES UNDERGROUND (Les Enfants Terribles), THE LOST LENDING LIBRARY and AGAINST CAPTAIN’S ORDERS (Punchdrunk), THE BFG (Bolton Octagon), Olivier Award nominated ROOM ON THE BROOM (West End & Tour) and PETER PAN (Theatre Royal Winchester). Feature film credits include MALEFICENT 2: Mistress of Evil & Pokémon Detective Pikachu. TV credits include BBCs LOVE MONSTER.
Emma is also an arts facilitation and immersive theatre specialist, motion capture artist, and award-winning voice artist.
Janelle graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in 2003 with a BA in Contemporary Performing Arts and has since worked as an experienced workshop leader and facilitator; working with groups of children, young people and older adults. She has worked for companies such as Lancashire People’s Theatre, HER Productions, Wooden Spoons Theatre and Bluestreak Arts.
She has also appeared in Television shows such as ‘THE VAR ROOM’, SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO?’ and ‘TALK LANCASHIRE’
Veronika has worked in producing and development for over 10 years, consulting for companies such as STUTE Theatre, The Circus House, Arts Council England, The Talleyrand, Kapow Circus Dance Theatre and Hercules Productions and coordinating arts festivals including 24/7 festival, Just So Festival and Leveenshulme Festival for Levenshulme Old Library Arts Centre. Veronika specialises in community engagement and development having previously coordinated the development for Salford Arts Theatre and completing an MA in Arts Management, Policy and Practice at the University of Manchester.
Irene graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2014, with a First class in BA Theatre Design.
Her work has a bold style, with an emphasis on character, and she enjoys creating playful and transformative worlds for the characters to inhabit.
Previous work includes:
Beryl (Oldham Coliseum), First Time (Nathaniel Hall and Dibby Theatre), STAN (Art with Heart), The Gut Girls (Manchester School of Theatre), Aidy the Awesome (The Gramophones), Wind in the Willows (Design Assistant to Nettie Scriven, Derby Theatre), The Killer Question (Just Some Theatre), Influence (Leeds Playhouse), Refract:Festival (Waterside Arts Centre), Golden Years Caravan (Art with Heart), Drawing the Line (Hidden Track Theatre), Break of Day (Manchester School of Theatre), Same Same Different (Brush Stroke Order), If all the world were paper (Big Window Theatre Co), When Did You Stop Dancing (What A Little Bird Told Me), Standard:Elite and Drawing the Line (Hidden Track Theatre).
Foz Foster has a long track record creating diverse scores for interactive theatre in a range of forms, including for acclaimed street theatre company Ragroof, and for outdoor festival projects for the Barbican. He has created a number of cult film soundtracks, some for live performance, and is the Musical Director for Touched Theatre and Artistic Director of musical saw ensemble Sawchestra.
Foz is a virtuosic multi-instrumentalist and writes and produces music for cult band David Devant and his Spirit Wife. Foz will create original musical themes supporting the show including music that can be used interactively by the audience. He will work within the process throughout, embedding his musical ideas within the show’s emerging form as a whole.
Matilda Feyiṣayọ Ibini is an award-winning bionic, Queer playwright, screenwriter and (occasional) facilitator from London… (a Nigerian Londoner if you will). She has Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy and is a wheelchair user. She writes for stage, TV, film and audio. Her work often centres women, disabled people, Queer people and the Black British experience through a magical realist lens.
She was awarded a scholarship from BAFTA and Warner Brothers to study a Masters in Playwriting & Screenwriting at City University and gained a Distinction. Her debut play ‘Muscovado’ was produced by BurntOut Theatre, premiered in October 2014 and toured the UK in 2015. Muscovado subsequently co-won the Alfred Fagon Audience Award 2015. Her audio drama ‘The Grape that Rolled Under the Fridge‘ was broadcast on BBCRadio 3 in 2019. Her next play ‘Little Miss Burden‘ was produced by Harts Theatre Company and the Bunker Theatre. It premiered at the Bunker Theatre in 2019, was a finalist for an OffWestEnd Award for Best New Play, won a Popcorn Finalist Award and is published by Concord Theatricals.
Sinéad has recently completed her residency as Resident Storyteller at Toynbee Hall London, a 130 year old anti-poverty charity in the East End. She works with local communities and organisations to help them find their voice and celebrate their heritage.
She currently works in the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands as a Storyteller and performer. She hosts the Folk and Fae Night at Mezrab, Amsterdam’s popular cultural centre. She received her Master’s in European Theatre and Dramaturgy from the University of Kent in Canterbury. A former Literary Assistant for the Finborough Theatre in London and continues to work as a freelance Dramaturg on new writing and with young companies across Ireland and the UK.
Recent credits include: Herne Bay’s UK International Radio Drama Festival, School of Spectacle, Fidget Feet and Walk the Plank UK, Tree House, Bloody Nora, Brighton Fringe, Aisling’s Seven, Underdog Productions, A Talent For Lying, Octopus Soup.
Dramaturg Credits: Wake, NoRopes Theatre Company, Out of the Dark, Arcola Theatre.
Maeve is a campaigner and organiser working to build inclusive economies that serve people and planet. She is Project Lead at the Social Guarantee and a Non- Executive Director at Positive Money. Maeve co-authored a paper for the Women’s Budget Group and Women’s Environmental Network on a Feminist Green New Deal and continues produce independent research for this project. During her undergraduate degree Maeve co-founded Rethinking Economics, an international, student-led campaign to reform economics education.
Eliot Ruocco-Trenouth, AKA ‘Pencil Bandit’ is a highly-experienced animator, designer, director and illustrator whose colourful, character-based work has featured on everything from TV commercials, theatre posters to beer bottles.
He has worked as Senior Graphic Artist for Soho Theatre, and has created and directed artwork and animation for national and international advertising campaigns, with clients including Baskin Robbins, Channel 4, Google, Microsoft, National Autistic Society, Orangina and Hidden Track. He has worked with animation studios including Golden Wolf, Moth and Seed. He is represented by How Do You Do, and has had articles written about his work by It’s Nice That, On Art and Voice Magazine.
Jason is an artist and digital specialist with a particular interest in contemporary performance practice. In theatre he has worked as a producer and production manager for large scale, site-specific performance, and as a technical specialist, playwright and dramaturg for more intimate work. Jason recently completed his PhD at Manchester Metropolitan University, where his research investigated digitally mediated intimacy expressed as one-to-one performance practice. His work embraces collisions between culture and technology, investigating how new technologies reconfigure old questions of human communication and socialisation.