Yasmeen trained at East15, RCCSD, Young Vic and is currently mentored by Elen Bowman at Living Pictures.
She has directed full length, short plays and rehearsed readings at a variety of theatres.
Directing credits include:
Rage by Chloe Todd Fordham (Digital Caravan Theatre) Mum by Juliet Cowan (Playground Theatre), May Day by Brian Eley (Omnibus Theatre), Spirit of Carnival by Emma Dennis Edwards*, September Skies by Jessica Butcher*, The Way to Happiness by Alison Carr, Enough by Abi Zakarian* (Kensington Karavan Festival/*also Digital Caravan Theatre), Tapestry by Chloe Todd Fordham (MK Galleries), Cassie & Corey by Christopher Hogg (Podcast and Tour), The Ballad of Knotty Hull by Olivia Mace (Portobello Winter Weekend Festival), Caterpillar by Alison Carr (Theatre503/Stephen Joseph Theatre), Nest by Katy Warner (Vaults Festival '18), The multi award winning The Three Sillies (Arcola Theatre/Somersault Fest/Tour), Poking the Bear by Chris Bush (Theatre503), Elexion by Chloe Todd Fordham (Theatre503), Over The Hill There's Something Better by Sharon Clarke (New Diorama), Dead Yard by Matthew Taylor (Arcola Theatre - Playwrought/Arcola LAB), We Are Beautiful by Brian Eley (Catalyst Festival/Mountview), On The Line by Aled Pedrick (Ivy House/Merge Festival/Platform Southwark/Arcola), The Unfortunates (Imagine Watford Festival for Watford Palace Theatre), Mirrorball by Anthony Bull (Etcetera and Latitude Fest), Jim Darke by Rich Thornton (Site Specific/Immersive production at The Breakfast Club in Angel), Little White Lies by James Paul Avery (Waterloo East).
Yasmeen was a reader & scout for Theatre503 and curated one of their famous Rapid Write Responses.
Yasmeen also directs LAMDA at the prestigious St Pauls Girls School in London.
Robyn produced a couple of early projects for Small Truth Theatre as Associate Producer, prior to developing her career at a number of major Theatres and arts organsiations.
Robyn is currently Production Assistant at The Old Vic Theatre, London.
Originally from the North of England, Robyn is a Theatre Producer with a particular interest in new writing with a social conscience.
Charlotte is a performer who has appeared as a regular collaborator for Small Truth Theatre.
A graduate of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, her credits include:
Jade in Nest by Katy Warner (Vaults Festival 2018 for Small Truth Theatre), Jackie in On the Line (Small Truth Theatre, tour), Juliet, Miranda and Beatrice for BBC Bitesize Shakespeare(BBC + A Productions), Eve in ADA/M (entreZ, VR pilot), Chloe in Viking Seige (Tornado Films), Tia in Locks – State We’re In (Theatre503), Rose in Little White Lies (Waterloo East for Small Truth Theatre), Mirrorball(Etcetera Theatre and Latitude Festival for Small Truth Theatre and Arcola) and Chloe in The Man Who Left is Not The Man Who Came Back (Farnham Maltings, R+D). Charlotte is also a regular performer for the improvisation company Gingerline.
Charlotte can be heard playing Siri and other parts in the radio play David Rathband by Christopher Hogg that was released to critical acclaim in Spring 2017 winning a BAFTA.
We work with a number of regular and brilliant creative collaborators and Theatre makers who form the wider Small Truth Theatre Collective.
Robin Linde Steegman, Nicola Chang, Holly Pigott, Danielle Vitalis, Emma Dennis-Edwards, Jessica Butcher, Abi Zakarian, babirye bukilwa, Safiyya Ingar, Kwaku Mills, Chloe Todd Fordham, Danusia Samal, Tanya Loretta Dee, Lilly Driscoll, Rachel Causer, Olivia Mace, Juliet Cowan, Sofi Lee Henson, Sid Sagar, Penelope McGhie, Mae Munuo, Martin Edwards, Emma Cunnliffe, Aled Pedrick, Judith Amsenga, Jac Cooper, Nick Ash, Becky Kitter, Dominik Golding, Arthur McBain, Jeremy Hancock, Alice Cade, Arran Glass, James Robert Moore, Jonathan Holby, James Paul Avery, Kevin Potton, Jamie Arden, Kristina Epenetos, Gracie Goldman, Jill Riddiford, Tommo Fowler, Matthew Turner, Fabia Turner, Jacqui Beckford, Dionne Thomas, Daniel Renwick, Chris Sonnex, Miranda Cromwell.
Katy Warner, Alison Carr, Michelle Barnette, Daisy Ashford, Jonathan Holby, Nadia Papachronopoulou, Gael Le Cornec, Yasmin Zadeh, Emma Cunniffe, Anthony Bull, Apple of My Eye, Lisa Cagnacci, Deirdre McLaughlin, Julia Faulkner, Guy Warren-Thomas, Dan Connolly, James Harrison, Nita Mistry, Dayo Koleosho, Lewis Barfoot, Frank Wurzinger, Lizzie Wort, Jessica Dives, Susan Lee Burton, Felix O'Brien, Jon-Jack Baldwin, Penny Lisle, Tricia Kelly, Alan Mahon, Ben Jacobs