Website: http://www.rebeccajanewood.com (opens in new tab)
An emerging designer and maker for performance based in Bristol.
Rebecca is a freelance designer and collaborator for performance; she is living in Bristol, but often finds herself working around all aroun the country and very happy to have a job in Cornwall where she grew up.
After designing and collaborating on many student shows Rebecca graduated from University of Bristol BA Drama in 2012 went on to work as a freelancer. Co-founding member and associate designer of theatre company Bucket Club designing their internationally acclaimed Fossils, as well as award winning show Lorraine & Alan and their festival show The Beasts.
Rebecca went on to have a year of training at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama for an MA Performance Design in 2015 where she designed and collaborated with director Harry Fehr on a radical adaptation on Janacek’s Cunning Little Vixen at Sherman Cymru with over 50 costumes.
She was a Linbury Finalist for 2015 for this she designed a conceptual set and costume scheme for the Nuffield Theatre and exhibited at the National Theatre. Rebecca was also part of Tom Bailey’s team who came Runner Up for the JMK Award where she designed a conceptual for the Young Vic in 2016.
Goldfish Bowl by Paper Birds ft Caleb Femi/Lex Amor/Olivia Twist
The North! The North! by Christopher Harrisson
The Long Trick by Marietta Kirkbride
The Terrible Things I’ve Done by Alan Harris
Epiphany by David Lane at Theatre Royal Plymouth
The Love I Feel is Red by Sabrina Mahfouz at TFT
The Window by Silva Semerciyan
Dumbstruck by Fine Chisel (Fringe First)
The Depraved Appetite of Tarrare the Freak by Tobi and Tom Poster
The Hidden Valley book by Richard Barnard, lyrics by Alan Harris
BUCKET CLUB CREDITS
Lorraine and Alan
As an assistant she has worked with Anna Fleischle (Coram Boy and Tiger Bay as associate), Conor Murphy (Ice Road as associate) and Katrina Lindsay (Mosquitoes).
As a maker she has worked for companies including Punchdrunk, Raucous and Bristol Old Vic.