Lilli Geissendorfer - Creative Producer
Lilli's producing and co-production credits for Strawberry Vale include Light Shining in Buckinghamshire by Carol Churchill (dir. Polly Findlay, with Arcola at Arcola) July 2010, Eigengrau by Penelope Skinner (dir. Polly Findlay, Bush Theatre) March 2010, Monsters (dir. Christopher Haydon, with Arcola at Arcola) May 2009, The Living Unknown Soldier (dir. Sebastian Armesto, with simple8 at Arcola) Feb - Mar '07, Limbo by Declan Feenan (with Real Circumstance for Underbelly Edinburgh, York Theatre Royal, Arcola) Aug - Nov '07, Mojo Mickybo by Owen McCafferty (dir. Jonathan Humphreys, Trafalgar Studios) Jun - Jul'07, Notes from Underground by Dostoyevsky (dir. Christopher Haydon, Arcola) Nov'06 & Jan - Feb'07.
Lilli was the founding producer of new writing festival HighTide 2007. She has held a wide variety of freelance producing roles including credits for Slaves by Rex Obano (dir. Nadia Latif, Theatre503) January 2010, Blair on Broadway (Hen and Chickens, Arts Theatre) Oct'06 & Jan'07, Salsa Saved the Girls (for Three Bird Theatre at Old Red Lion) Oct - Nov'07, The Alice Project (dir. Fiona Morrell, with Rififi Theatre at Camden’s People’s Theatre) Jun'07 and Quicksleeve’s Pledge (with Small Change Theatre at Latitude Festival Jun'07).
Lilli was Commercial Manager for the Arcola Theatre, London from December 2007 - June 2009. Before becoming a producer, Lilli was a researcher for think tanks The Young Foundation and Demos. She studied Social and Political Sciences at Cambridge University and has a Masters in Social Research from Goldsmiths’ College London.
Lilli has been a Relationship Manager for the London Theatre team at Arts Council England since June 2010.
You can follow Lilli on Twitter where she tweets in a personal capacity: LilliG