Peter Scott – Director
Peter is the director at 3 Crate, and is passionate about different processes to get the best out of actors in the rehearsal room. He works as a freelance Director and Lecturer in Cardiff and throughout South Wales.
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Favourite joke: Why do they put bells on cows? Because their horns don’t work!
His Directing credits include:
Peter Scott’s credits include: My Mouth Brought Me Here (Black Entertainment Wales and 3 Crate), Killer Cells (Avant and 3 Crate), Jack and the Beanstalk (Monmouth Savoy), Blavatsky’s Tower (3 Crate), Robin Hood and Babes in the Wood (Monmouth Savoy), Henna Night (3 Crate Productions), The Witch of Edmonton (Swansea Grand, Gower College), Jordan (3 Crate Productions), Shadow Boxing (Assistant director, Dir. James Ashton, Broken Souls), Click (Codirector with Sarah Jones, Mess Up The Mess),Clytemnestra (Assistant director, Dir. Amy Hodge, Sherman Cymru) and various short plays for Dirty Protest.
Emma Macnab – Actress
Emma MacNab is a Cardiff based actor who has worked in stage and screen. She gets excited about new projects and getting in the rehearsal room. Emma loves being part of a fresh new company that is based on creating work filled with truth and connection.
Emma has theatre credits playing lead roles in some of Wales’ leading theatres, including: Chapter Arts Centre, Savoy Theatre in Monmouth, Swansea Grand Theatre, Porthcawl Pavillion and Torch Theatre. She has also appeared in a variety of screen work, including feature films and national TV commercials.
Acting work for stage includes; Ros in Henna Night (3 Crate Productions), Shirley in Jordan (3 Crate Productions), Miss Julie in Miss Julie (Living Pictures Productions), Audrey in Blavatsky’s Tower (3 Crate Productions), Annabelle in Love Labours Won (Avant Productions), Adelaide in A Sunday Roast (Empty Pocket Productions), Jodie in Killer Cells (Avant Productions) and Marigold in Reverie (Yellow Brick and PlayArc)
Acting work for film includes; Alison in Happy Face (Chris Cook Productions), Katie in A Dangerous Liaison (Creative Academi), Lesath in The Moon Shines Bright (Twin Tides Productions), and commercials for Cardiff Cricket Club, Shake Locate App, UiA, Mylene Klass Nail Wraps and Uoo.
Hannah, is the ‘Wenglish’ third of 3Crate and is rarely seen without a cup of coffee in hand. Since graduating, she’s enjoyed working in different areas of the industry in both English and Welsh. She’s really excited to be bringing a new theatre company to the scene and creating work she loves. Follow her on twitter
Acting work for stage includes;
Judith in Henna Night (3 Crate Productions), Soviet in Praxis Makes Perfect (National Theatre Wales), Ada Figgins in Hobson’s Choice (Fluellen Theatre Co), Ingrid in Blavatsky’s Tower (3 Crate Productions), Waitress in Mrs Slocombes Cat (Torch Theatre/David Ainsworth) Choir/Chorus in Miss Julie (Living Pictures Productions), Jane Newstead/Mrs Rucastle in Sherlock Holmes and the Wicked Women (Very Volk).
Acting for Film/TV includes:
Sarah Parsons in The Bat Faced Boy (Tree Tops Productions), Girl on Couch in Just Eat commercial (Kream, ITV), Jessica in Fixers Launch (Fixers Charity / ITV), Sally in Pobl y Cwm (S4C), Kelly in Everyone Loves a Welsh Girl (ELWAG Productions), Lisa in The witch Won’t Protect you (Newport Film School)
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