Peacefully At Home – Emma Hatcher

Emma is the director of  “Peacefully At Home”

Emma joined this project having worked with us as Stage Manager for “Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell”

Favourite word?


If 28 hour days existed, what would you do with the extra four hours?

eat good food and relax with my boyfrend

Favourite holiday?

I have been to far too many amazing places to choose just one.

Weirdest quirk? 

I can’t let people dig in the butter when they use it, it has to be in straght lines.

Favourite play?

Again a hard one but I do like blue remembered hills.

If you had one super power, what would it be? 

stop time.

How did you get into directing?

I decovered my passion when i was at university. its so exciting creating a peace of theatre.

How did you prepare for this?

As the director preparation starts way before you meet the actors and get in the rehearsal room. I did lots of research, rehearsal planing, set ideas, character research and though all that gained an understanding of what i wanted the show to look and feel like.

What is your favourite part of the show? 

I love the end scene when they are all sat around the table eating. for me it feels so normal and is a situation most of the audience can relate to. Its the small things in that scene that I always pick up on.

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Nurturing theatrical talent in the most chaotically organised way you could imagine. Organised Chaos Productions was set up in 2009 to help and support undiscovered and emerging talent in Manchester and the North West providing platforms for this creativity by successfully taking care of all the production technicalities. Our mission is to make Organised Chaos Productions a successful producing company of high quality, thought provoking new works, supporting undiscovered and emerging talent in the North-West.

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