Non Nocere Primum: First, Do No Harm.
Rove St. was founded by female artists dedicated to developing and staging new and newly reimagined work that at its core is inclusive, diverse, thought provoking, and experimental in nature.
Collaboration is important to us at Rove St. Our network of artists spans two continents, six countries and five languages.
Cecile Durel is a writer, actor and director based in Scotland.
She graduated with a Bachelor in Performing Arts from Caen University and an Full-time Stage and Screen Acting Diploma from ACS in Glasgow.
Currently based in Glasgow, Cecile aims to create and produce new engaged and humanist writing.
Victoria J Valliere is a Canadian writer, actor and director, based in Scotland.
She holds a BA (Hons) in Psychology, English, and Theatre from Mount Allison University. She is currently studying for her MSt in Creative Writing at Oxford University.
Victoria's work explores how performance art can have real-world effects, with a particular interest in feminist theatre and plays discussing mental health and diverse community.
Olivia Millar-Ross is an actor, director and voice over artist currently based in Glasgow with ties to the States.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.
Olivia aims to continue her practice through her role at Rove St. by creating and developing pieces with the intention of opening and/or continuing dialogue.