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.
Joseph is a producer, designer and facilitator. He has designed, delivered and managed touring events in more than 1,500 venues across the UK.
As a facilitator, he has worked with over 40,000 participants for clients which include the British Olympic Association and NFL Flag presented by Subway. In 2017, Joseph taught on the Betty for Schools national PSHE programme, which won four EVCOM Clarion Awards.
Joseph also delivers work for Peshkar Productions and is part of the Creative Experts programme at Contact Manchester. He wrote material 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).
He has worked as a Tour Manager for M&M Productions, the largest Theatre in Education company in the UK (serving over 30% of Primary Schools); and in Stage Management roles for Russ Tunney (Pound Arts) at Poole Lighthouse Studio and Pavilion Dance Bournemouth. Joseph was shortlisted for the Stage One Producer Placement for ‘outstanding entrepreneurial individuals’.
As a designer, Joseph collaborated with CATS winner (Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland) Jamie Macdonald to assist on marketing work for the Tron Theatre (Glasgow) and the Traverse Theatre (Edinburgh). In 2018, he teamed up with Manchester Pupil Referral Unit and People’s History Museum to create artwork for a public exhibition. This project won a Partnership Prize at the North West Cultural Education Awards (hosted by Curious Minds). It was described by aboutmanchester.co.uk as, “a bold, colourful and powerful piece of artwork”.
Joseph designs marketing, digital projections, lighting and sound for Untold Theatre. The Scotsman described Joseph’s projections for theatre as “innovative”, while Everything Theatre wrote that his design and use of digital media was “the wow factor” in one particular production.
Imaginative technical talent…lies behind Joseph Rynhart’s evocative and atmospheric projectionsRemote Goat