Emily Kreider


Emily is a performer, theatre maker and teacher. She is a graduate of Ecole Jacques Lecoq, Paris (2003-2005) and Co-Artistic Director of Jammy Voo Theatre Company. Jammy Voo first received funding from Arts Council England in 2006 to make Something Blue (guest directed by Angela de Castro), which took place in pubs, theatre bars and an old cinema in rural Devon. Something Blue and their second show A Corner Of The Ocean have since gone on to receive critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe and have toured both nationally and internationally. Jammy Voo’s latest creation Birdhouse (a collaboration with Omar Elerian, Co-Artistic director Bush Theatre) completed a successful run at Assembly, Edinburgh Fringe 2013 (Total Theatre Award Nominated, ‘Deceptively sophisticated’- Lyn Gardner) and toured Spring 2014.

Emily’s other work includes Alice in Wonderland with the acclaimed Friche Theatre Urbaine, 4:48 directed by Phillip Zarrilli, Emergence with Pachamama Theatre (Underbelly, Edinburgh) and performances with Far Flung Theatre (Jos Houben,Complicite) and most recently, collaborating with award winning multi-media artist Mark Ware on his Catherdra900 project.
Emily is currently a teaching fellow at the University of Exeter.