Associate Producer: A Fond Farewell and a Warm Welcome… 27/09/2018

At the end of April, we bid a fond farewell to Associate Producer Amy Fisher. Joining us through the BBC Performing Arts Fund back in 2015, Amy has been an instrumental member of the team over the last three years, producing acclaimed productions and remounts of PLASTIC FIGURINES, NARVIK and CHIP SHOP CHIPS. Amy joined Northern Stage as Associate Producer and is now heading to the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough to become their Creative Producer next month.

“Working with Box  of Tricks Theatre pretty much taught me everything I know about producing and over the three years I was able to grow with the company as the scale of the work increased. I’m so grateful to Adam and Hannah for all of their support and so proud of the shows I made with Box of Tricks. I look forward to continuing the relationship with the company for many years to come.”
~ Amy Fisher

This month, Max Emmerson joins the Box of Tricks family as Associate Producer. Max trained as an Arts Manager at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). He has worked as Assistant Producer for the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, Bill Kenwright Productions in the West End and for Sell A Door Theatre Company in London. Since 2012, Max has been producing new writing, musicals and dance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and internationally.

Producing credits include: The Tempest (Royal Exchange Theatre), The Bruntwood Prize Ceremony 2017, The People Are Singing (Royal Exchange Theatre), Adam & Eve & Steve (Kings Head Theatre, London 2017 and Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016), Shout! The Mod Musical (Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre 2016 and Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015/16), Shake It Up Baby (Unity Theatre, Liverpool 2016) and Dirt, Roses, Animals & God (Norwegian Tour 2015). Max was the first recipient of the Anthony Field Producer Prize at LIPA and successfully completed the Stage One Producers apprenticeship scheme.

“I am thrilled to be joining Box of Tricks at this exciting time. Their attitude and focus on new plays and playwrights is inspiring and I’m really looking forward to joining the team.”
~ Max Emmerson