Meet the Team behind
As a Producer and Production Manager, Amy has worked on student theatre productions in a range of Oxford’s venues in a variety of roles, participating in sixteen productions in total as well as serving as a Treasurer of the Oxford University Dramatic Society. She also lead the technical team of TEDx Oxford in 2018 as Technical Director. Professionally, she has joined the team of the Manchester International Festival in both 2017 and 2019. As well as a theatre technician, she is a licensed and experienced chaperone and a qualified ballet teacher with the Royal Academy of Dance. She holds a degree in Classics from the University of Oxford.
Miranda co-founded FourSevenTwo Productions and directed the company’s first production, Henry IV: Part One, (Keble O’Reilly, June 2018). As an actor, she has recently appeared in The 39 Steps (Keble O’Reilly, January 2018), All that Fall (Burton Taylor Studio Theatre, December 2017), and Julius Caesar (Keble O’Reilly, October 2017). Recent backstage work includes SM of the TEDx conference at the Oxford New Theatre (March 2018), set builder for Cyrano de Bergerac, (October 2017) and work on Videography, Marketing, and the Stage and Sound teams for 472’s Bacchae. She has just finished her tenure as the Treasurer of OUCDS, and is the President of the Merton Floats drama society as well as sitting on the OUDS committee as Social Secretary. Miranda holds a degree in Classics from the University of Oxford.
Seb Dows-Miller is in his second year studying French and Linguistics at Merton College, Oxford. His work to date spans both lighting and sound, principally in amateur theatre but more recently on professional projects. Recent achievements include a role as sound designer for the 2018 TEDxOxford conference (Oxford New Theatre), and as lighting designer for Bacchae and Travesties (both Oxford Playhouse) and four shows at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe, alongside other projects. He is keen to gain further experience in both lighting and sound engineering, and working with 472 Productions has given him the opportunity to be involved with ambitious productions in exciting venues.
Emilia’s love of theatre began as an actor; personal highlights include amateur productions of Love and Information (2014), Pornography (2015), and The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning (2015). She later produced and acted in an award-winning production of The Actor’s Nightmare (Burton Taylor Studio Theatre, November 2016) and played Agaue in a critically acclaimed production of Euripides’ Bacchae (Oxford Playhouse, October 2017). She has produced and production managed a number of pieces of new writing, including A Familiar Friend (Michael Pilch Studio, November 2017), Shock Therapy (Burton Taylor Studio Theatre, February 2018), and Down With My Demons (Burton Taylor Studio Theatre, February 2018). Current projects include producing The Threepenny Opera at the Oxford Playhouse in October 2018. Emilia studied PPE at the University of Oxford.
Sean Kelly is working on a DPhil in Classical Languages and Literature at Lady Margaret Hall. His research focuses on the influence of the Ancient Greek tragic chorus on operas composed in the 1920s. He holds a BA in Classics and a BS in Music with a concentration in Vocal Performance, both from Hofstra University, as well as an MA in Classics from the University of Notre Dame. Sean has a significant performance background in both traditional and operatic theatre, and his current work as a director involves staging full-scale operatic productions in Oxford. He aims to be able to engage young audiences in more accessible presentations of opera than have traditionally been offered throughout the history of the genre.
With 472 Productions, Ross was assistant director on Henry IV, Part 1 (Keble O’Reilly, TT17), Company Manager on Bacchae (Oxford Playhouse, MT17) and director of The Cherry Orchard (Keble O’Reilly, HT18). On the other side of the curtain, he has acted in Lincoln College Cuppers performance of The Importance of Being Earnest (BT, MT16), Mozzarella (Lincoln College Play, HT17), I, Marcus (BT, TT17), and Salad Days (Lincoln College Play, MT17). Ross studied Ancient and Modern History at Lincoln College, Oxford.
She has studied as a playwright under Evan Placey at the National Theatre and has had training in physical theatre through workshops with Frantic Assembly. For FourSevenTwo, Georgie acted in Girls will be Girls (Edinburgh Fringe 2017) and directed Brave New World (O'Reilly, 2018). Further acting credits also include Marat/Sade (O’Reilly HT17), The Optimists (Edinburgh Fringe 2017), and Witch (JDP February 2018). Most recently, she directed A Girl in a Car with a Man (Michael Pilch Studio There, November 2017) and co-directed and acted in a production of Animal Farm at the British Council School in Madrid.