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Victoria J Valliere

Director

Victoria is a Canadian actor, writer and director based in London. She trained at Mount Allison University (BA Hons). She is currently studying for her MSt in Creative Writing at Oxford University.

 

As an actor Victoria has performed with companies such as Motyer-Fancy Theatre, Windsor Theatre, Windsor Theatre Out-Of-The-Box and at The Stratford Shakespeare Festival School in Canada.

 

As director Victoria has directed productions for Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Motyer-Fancy Theatre. She has also worked as Movement Director on multiple projects both in Canada and Scotland.

 

Victoria made her playwriting debut with “Hello? Hello.” at Ed Fringe 2019.

www.victoriajvalliere.com

www.spotlight.com/9259-9081-8947

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Olivia Millar-Ross

Director

Olivia is a Scottish actor and director based in Glasgow with ties to the states. She trained at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU (BFA). 

As an actor Olivia has performed in award-winning films which have screened at festivals worldwide. She has performed theatre with companies such as International WOW Company, The Highland Shakespeare Company and Scottish Youth Theatre.

 

As a director Olivia has had her work presented at venues in Glasgow, alongside having directed multiple successful productions for Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

For more information please visit her personal website found below.

www.oliviamross.com

www.spotlight.com/3310-9086-2100

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Cecile Durel

Founding Member

A French writer and director based in Glasgow. 

 

Cecile graduated with a Bachelor in Performing Arts from Caen University and a Full-time Stage and Screen Acting Diploma from ACS in Glasgow.

Cecile left Rove St. as Director in 2020 to focus on other projects. She remains a close collaborator. 

Primum Non Nocere

 

First, Do No Harm

Rove St. Productions was founded by female artists dedicated to developing and staging new and newly reimagined work; with the purpose of discovering how theatre and film can have real-world effects. 

We are specifically interested in creating and developing pieces with the intention of opening and/or continuing timely dialogue.