Lucy has a passion for accessible interactive theatre. Lucy has many years of experience working as a freelance actor and street performer and regularly performs with Hocus Pocus Theatre (you might have seen her sporting a fabulous beard) and The Theatre of Escapades (Rapping Grandma’s anyone?) Lucy also facilitates workshops with children and young people.
Lucy loves going to gigs and is rarely seen without a piece of vegan cake in her hand.
Amber loves to create arts opportunities for those who find the arts a challenge to access. Amber is excited to be a part of Frozen Light not only to create groundbreaking multi-sensory theatre but also to establish more access in theatre venues for audiences with profound disabilities. As a seasoned traveller Amber has also facilitated drama projects in Australia, Turkey and Dubai and hopes that one day Frozen Light will tour internationally.
Amber loves chilling on the sofa, cooking and generally being sociable.
Al is a freelance music professional whose career encompasses composition, performance and music education. As an innovative musician Al combines his passion for great performance with his commitment to being a popular and respected music educator. He is a guitar tutor, a composer, a tutor for El Sistema Norwich and runs music tech workshops for Lab Media. Al’s performance repertoire ranges across jazz trio, pop and video track production. When first working for Frozen Light, Al recognised the profound effect their work had on audiences and he is proud to be part of the team. Al has previously starred in Frozen Light’s productions of Tunnels and The Forest.
Lorna is passionate about inclusivity within the theatre industry, with a particular interest in broadening the opportunities for D/deaf and disabled people as performers and as theatre-goers. Lorna currently works as General Manager at the New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, having previously worked for the Mercury Theatre, Colchester, as Theatre Administrator, and where she is still employed as a Casual Duty Manager. Lorna has a keen interest in new and emerging theatre and has helped many theatre companies and individuals with advice on proposal writing for funding applications. Lorna has recently completed a Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management.
Sascha graduated from UEA with a degree in Law with European Legal Systems in 2014. Since deciding she wanted to work in the arts she’s worked with various street theatre and circus organisations including SeaChange Arts, NoFit State and Lost in Translation.Sascha is extremely passionate about ensuring the arts, particularly theatre, are accessible to everybody and is dedicated to reaching out to disengaged and hard to reach audiences.
When Sascha isn’t working she enjoys reading comic books, playing on her aerial hoop, travelling and has recently taken up sewing and jewellery making.