Meet Stellar Quines Artistic Director & Chief Executive – Jemima Levick

Jemima is Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Stellar Quines. She decides what the artistic programme of the company will be and works closely with the Producer to produce a business strategy for Stellar Quines. She is also keen to provide opportunities for women and girls looking to work in theatre and is a strong advocate of gender equality within the arts.

Jemima was previously Artistic Director and Associate Director at Dundee Rep Theatre for seven years until she joined us in May 2016. She trained at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and also on a Scottish Arts Council Director Traineeship.

She is an extremely successful director and has won and been nominated for a number of awards.  While at Dundee Rep she directed more than 18 productions, including Great Expectations, The Glass Menagerie, Time and the Conways, The Tempest, The Elephant Man and Beauty and the Beast. 

As a freelance director and producer she worked with a number of companies, including the Royal Lyceum Theatre, The National Theatre of Scotland, Perissology Theatre Productions, Borderline, Grid Iron Theatre Company, Traverse Theatre and Paines Plough.

Since becoming Artistic Director of Stellar Quines she has directed the critically acclaimed The 306: Day,  The Last Queen of Scotland, The Lover and is currently directing Bingo! a co-production with Grid Iron.