JACK THE LASS - 31
It’s in the map of me. An audio visual piece about love on a bus.
You know, the number 31 bus to Camden.
You know, the one where that couple were attacked.
You know, the queer couple.
Jack the Lass is an emerging theatre company, dedicated to the representation and creative expression of female and queer voices. Their debut production kiss her explored narratives around queer sexuality, censorship and love between women throughout history.
Amy Ann Kemp [She/They] is a producer, performer and theatre maker, and her work is based around community, equity and accessibility. They are a recent graduate from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, with a BA in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education. They work as a facilitator and creative practitioner, having worked internationally on outreach community projects. She is also the co-founder and producer of TVC London, a platform dedicated to the representation of trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming artists.
Florrie McNish [She/Her] is a theatre maker, director and practitioner working with vulnerable young people creating and sharing marginalised and underrepresented stories. As a recent graduate from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, with a BA in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education she has worked on a variety of projects both internationally and within the UK where her work has been rooted in kindness. She is dedicated to creating work that is accessible, empathetic and loud.
Elizabeth Auld [She/Her] is a writer and director. She recently graduated from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, with her BA in Writing for Performance. She has previously worked at Shakespeare’s Globe and was Writer-in-Resident at the Victoria & Albert Museum. She has also worked as a theatre practitioner, internationally, in New York City. She is currently part of The Royal Court’s Young Agitator Programme.
Credits for 31
Amy Ann Kemp [She/They]
Florrie McNish [She/They]
Naomi Denny [She/Her]
Elizabeth Auld [She/Her]
Special thanks to: Cazz Regan, Renee Sundgren, Catlin, Kyanne Smith, Becca Prentice, Cara Withers, Rachel Coleman, Ellen Jupp, Sarah Easterbrook, Toraigh Watson, Emily Morris, Sophie Plumb, Morgan Noll and Kit Sinclair