Today we’re delighted to welcome Jemima Levick as our new Artistic Director and CEO after bidding a fond au revoir to our outgoing Artistic Director and #stellarquine Muriel Romanes after 22 fabulous years. Please join us in welcoming Jemima Levick who joins us from her role as joint Artistic Director at Dundee Rep.
“I am thrilled to take on the mantle of Artistic Director & Chief Executive of Stellar Quines. I have a huge admiration of Muriel and of all the women who have contributed to the successes that have made it the company it is today.
I’ve learnt a huge amount at Dundee Rep for which I will always be grateful, but am looking forward to this new step and a new challenge.
Stellar Quines is an incredibly important organisation for the Scottish theatre community and beyond. At a time when equality and the work of women remain sharply in focus, it is crucial that we have a dedicated organisation that works to promote, support and encourage artists and audiences to broaden our outlook on this agenda. I look forward to building on the company’s previous successes, while carving out a new and expansive future that is radical and relevant.”
Find out more about Muriel Romanes:
“I’ve had such a wonderful time with the company. It’s been magnificent, but I need to step away from that.” A Quine’s lessons from Quebec, Muriel Romanes speaks to Neil Cooper, The Herald March 2016
“All my life I’ve been hooked on theatre” 60, sexy and successful, Muriel Romanes in The Herald, 24 Aug 2009