Rebecca studied Music at Cambridge University and Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music, and has been composing for theatre, screen and radio ever since. She recently won the Cameron Mackintosh Resident Composer Award leading to a year’s residency at The Mercury Theatre, Colchester and The New Wolsey, Ipswich. She has twice been a finalist in the Stiles and Drewe Best New Song Prize and one of three finalists in the S&S Award. Her screen work in musical theatre for young people with special educational needs has been BAFTA nominated.
Theatre Credits include: Much Ado About Nothing, Bully Boy (both Mercury Theatre), Alfie Strange: Trained Time Travellers Only (New Wolsey), Where the River Runs (Full House dance tour), Rapunzel and the Rascal Prince (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds), Milestones (Watford Palace) Woman of Flowers, The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (both Forest Forge).
Actor-musician shows include: Wind in the Willows (Mercury Theatre), The Boy at the Edge of the Room, Ashputtel, Battle Lines (all Forest Forge) and an actor-musician adaptation of The Box of Delights is in development.
Musicals include: The 45th Marvellous Chatterley Village Fete (developed and licensed with Perfect Pitch), The Devil’s Disciple (in development, commissioned by the George Bernard Shaw Estate, facilitated by Mercury Musical Developments), Jabberwocky (Youth Music Theatre, and finalist in the S&S Award), multiple family shows with Full House including The Elves and the Shoe Maker, The Night Before Christmas, Snow Dog and Youth Music Theatre’s only film musical Vanishing Point (Youth Music Theatre and Gamelab).
Screen and Radio credits include: I Know Me (BBC Learning and Gamelab, BAFTA nominated), Wanna Be a Rockstar (BBC Learning and Gamelab, BAFTA nominated), Dance with the Elements (BBC Learning and Gamelab), Death in Genoa, The Lost World of the Suffragettes (Radio 4 Archive Hour), Don’t Cry for me Maradona (Radio 5 Live), John Stapleton’s History of Manchester (all Made in Manchester Radio).