Our Team

We are an intersectional feminist theatre company based in Scotland. Stellar Quines Theatre Company creates shows, engages communities and supports creatives with the aim of achieving greater equality. 

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    Caitlin Skinner

    Caitlin Skinner

    Artistic Director & Chief Executive Officer

    Caitlin joined Stellar Quines in April 2021. She is also one half of feminist theatre company Jordan & Skinner and director of new writing theatre company Pearlfisher. She was formerly Artistic Director of the Village Pub Theatre and Associate Director at Pitlochry Festival Theatre.

    Her recent directing credits include Distance Remaining by Stewart Melton (Helen Milne Productions) Alone by Janey Godley (National Theatre of Scotland) Five from Inside by Rona Munro (Traverse Theatre). She was also recently Associate Director on Lament for Sheku Bayoh by Hannah Lavery (National Theatre of Scotland).

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    Erin McGee

    Company Administrator

    Erin McGee joined Stellar Quines in 2018. She is part of the BBC Writers Room Scottish Voices 20/21. Her play Mooning was commissioned by Traverse Theatre as part of their Breakfast Plays series in 2019. She works with Edinburgh’s Curious Seed and has undertaken Assistant Production work for Independent Arts Projects. She graduated from Queen Margaret University with a BA in Drama and Performance in 2016 and, more recently, the University in Glasgow with a Masters in Theatre Studies in 2018.

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    Sarah Marie Mooney

    Head of Audiences & Communications

    Sarah graduated with BA in Journalism and Creative Writing and started her career working in digital marketing for Skills Development Scotland, before moving to communications agencies. As an Account Manager, she worked on campaigns across a range of sectors. Her client work included Arts & Business Scotland, The Edinburgh Dungeon and The Famous Grouse, along with a number of Scottish Government campaigns.

    In 2019, Sarah moved into the arts, working as Media Officer for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society and undertaking a masters in Playwriting and Dramaturgy, graduating with distinction. She joined Stellar Quines in April 2020.

  • Barbie Lyon

    General Manager

    Barbie Lyon joined Stellar Quines in June 2020, covering Rebecca Davis’ maternity leave.

    Barbie began her career at Serpent’s Tail, an independent publishing house working across rights, marketing and publicity. She was Assistant Director at The Arvon Foundation overseeing a variety of projects including the education programme for children and young people. She was part of the Marketing and Communications team at National Museums Scotland where she worked on the redevelopment of the National Museum of Scotland. Most recently, she has worked with The Travelling Bookbinder and as Client Services Director at artsjobsonline.

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    Beth Godfrey

    Associate Director: Engagement

    Beth joined Stellar Quines in November 2021. For over a decade she has facilitated in arts, community and informal education settings. With Open Book she has led poetry workshops for Shakti Women’s Aid, Glasgow Women’s Library and The Welcoming. She has engaged teenagers for the British Council in Qatar and Morocco, The Princes Trust and led a mentoring service with Intandem/YMCA Edinburgh. She has trained first time street performers in Abu Dhabi for ADSF, worked to amplify children’s voices for The Children’s Parliament and delivered training to youth workers on Choice Theory for Developing Youth Practice.

    Beth has been commissioned to write for Strange Town Youth Theatre, Unbound, The Festival of Physics and The Rock Trust. Informed by her early days as an actress, she writes and performs her own spoken word.

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Theatre is a force for change, we need your help to deliver it. 

Stellar Quines creates shows, supports career development, both on stage and backstage, for creatives at all levels.

We collaborate with others to campaign for change and take our work out into the community with projects that nurture creativity and invite action – all with the aim of achieving greater equality. 

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