Emma Wilkinson Wright is a graduate of RADA's MA Theatre Lab, having previously trained at RCCSD and with Frantic Assembly. Emma has been performing in theatre and film in the UK for almost a decade. As well as making new work with Oxia, Emma works across the industry. Her theatre credits include: Moonlight Strangers, Camden Peoples Theatre (Big Boots Theatre Company, dir: Sebstian Polka) ; Clytemnestra (Iphigenia in Aulis, Cockpit Theatre (dir.Lee Anderson); Abigail (I'm Fine/We're Fine, Bloomsbury studio Theatre (Viscous); Yves, Changeling (dir. Gemma Brockis, RADA); Oberon, Midsummer Nights Dream (dir. Guillaume Pige, RADA); Graziana, The Revengers Tragedy (dir, Peta Lilly, RADA); Mother Courage, Mother Courage and Her Children (dir. Simona Gonella, RADA); Agave, The Bacchae (dir. Gareth Watkins, RADA); Ellida, Lady from the Sea (dir. Robert Fried, RADA); Celia Cain, Her Naked Skin (dir. Petina Hapgood, Goodmann Productions); Paulina, A Winters Tale (dir. Petina Hapgood, Goodmann Productions; Mother, Balladina (dir. Sebastian Polka, The London Theatre); Female Voice, The Vagina Monologues (dir. Dannie Lu Carr); Anne Shankland, Separate Tables (dir. Vernon Thompson, John Lyons Theatre); Inmate 5/Voice of the Guard, Zero for the Young Dudes (dir. Sarah Bedi, RCCSD); Performer, Undecided (dir. Simon Pitman, Frantic Assembly Advanced Actor Training); Belinda, Seasons Greetings (dir. Vernon Thompson, John Lyons Theatre); Procne, Love of a Nightingale (dir. Laura Baggaley, John Lyons Theatre); Woman, Angelwise (dir. Vivienne Rochester, Lyric Hammersmith Festival of New Writing; Antonia, The Tempest (dir. Petina Hapgood, Goodmann Productions). Film credits include: Mary Ann, Colour and Sounds (dir. Erdigan Gilgil, Moving Culture Film); Kate, A Date with Death (dir. Colin Swinfin, Peracals Productions); Lady Macbeth, Macbeth (dir. Colin Swinfin/Jason Fite, Peracals Producitons); Akiko, Cotton Tail (dir. Patrick Dickenson, Baby Cow Productions); Angry Woman, The Queue (dir. Joel Stokes, Galleria Productions)
Greg Wilkinson is our writer. Greg also advises governments, corporations, startups and charities on a wide range of commercial, social and policy issues. He's an occasional DJ. And as part of his growing interest in the power of stories and performance to help bring about change in the world and in his own life, he has started to write plays. Insomnolent/ – informed by his experience of insomnia - is his first completed work; Assisted/, his second, is currently in development.