Jessica Levinson Young
Jessica has a First Class Honours Degree in Acting from the Arts University Bournemouth. She is experienced in Acting for stage and screen, Stage Management and workshop facilitation. She has worked as Stage Manager for Sean Aita and as Deputy Stage Manager for Russ Tunney.
Jessica worked with EdComs as a facilitator, for clients including Dove, Clarks and Eon Energy. She was also part of the team that facilitated the nationwide Get Set to Make a Change educational roadshows, delivered for the British Olympic Association and the British Paralympic Association. The aim of the roadshows was to use the momentum of the 2012 Olympic Games to inspire young people to make a positive change in their communities.
Jessica has toured the UK with for a variety of companies (including two seasons with Panto in a Day) and worked with young people teaching English as a foreign language.
At Untold Theatre, Jessica works as a director for our theatre productions, while overseeing long-term logistical and artistic decisions for the company.
Jessica Levinson Young (left) and Matt Penson in The Tempest
Joseph trained as an actor at the Arts University Bournemouth, graduating with First Class Honours. He has worked as a Stage Manager for Russ Tunney at Pavilion Dance and Poole Lighthouse, as a Theatre Producer and is an experienced graphic designer.
He worked as a writer for ‘Coastlands’ by Theatre in the Rough and helped create commissions for Arts by the Sea Festival (Bournemouth) and the Liverpool Arts Regeneration Consortium (Flux Festival).
Joseph has extensive experience in small-scale and schools tours: he has worked as an actor in over a thousand schools (KS1 – KS4 and SEN) and as a Tour Manager for M&M Productions, the largest School’s Theatre company in the UK. He has also worked as a facilitator for Peshkar and EdComs.
Joseph designs the lighting, sound and projections for our shows. He also creates and deploys marketing for our tours.
Imaginative technical talent…lies behind Joseph Rynhart’s evocative and atmospheric projectionsRemote Goat