CO-FOUNDER / ACTING COACH
Stevie started his acting career at the renowned Miskin Theatre in Kent. An Award-Winning Writer/Director, Stevie joined New Live Theatre Company in 2014 as Co-Artistic Director – having since cast hundreds of actors in his productions – and has worked in many capacities within the industry, including Director, Writer and Actor.
His plays have premiered to sold out audiences and 4 and 5 star reviews at The Lowry Theatre Studio (2016 ‘Mind’s A Labyrinth‘, 2018 ‘RACHEL‘, 2019 ‘The Betting Shop‘, 2020 ‘SARAH‘) with his other plays produced in venues around the North West and West Yorkshire (2015 ‘Dragged Up‘ at Eagle Inn Theatre, 2016 ‘Borderline Electra‘ at Hope Mill Theatre, 2016 ‘Mind’s A Labyrinth‘ at Gullivers Ballroom, 2017 ‘RACHEL‘ at Z-Arts Centre, a tour of ‘Happymind’s Hospital‘ in 2018 visiting Square Chapel, Footlights House and Bury Met, and 2020 ‘SARAH‘ at Bojangles Theatre).
Stevie likes to offer opportunities to his students, helping to build their acting CV, and has been known to cast a number of MHD Actors in his productions. In addition to the school’s Showcases, Stevie has cast and directed students in ‘Damaged Goods‘ 2014 & 2016, ‘The Beast Within‘ 2015, ‘Spook Manor‘ 2017 and ‘Red Circles‘ 2019.
Stevie’s plays are embedded with mental health themes, which has been the subject of his talks at Universities and interviews for local radio, T.V. and news articles. Stevie Co-Founded Manchester Hub Drama (then Little Hub Drama) in 2014 alongside Paul Kenney.
Stevie, along with Paul, heads up the Head Office and coaches regular sessions and 121 sessions at MHD.
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Stevie is a passionate Mental Health Advocate, which is the focus of much of his work as a playwright.