CVIVArts Theatre are a company composed of creatives selected by Carrieanne Vivianette, CEO of the company. 

Meet the team: 


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Carrieanne Vivanette: 

CEO of CVIVArts Theatre,

Producer, Director &


Carrieanne graduated from her Masters degree in Theatre Studies in 2014 moving on to teacher training in secondary drama, she now delivers her performance work alongside her teaching work. She has been making theatre & performance since 2014.

Hannah Stacey: Assistant Director.

Hannah graduated with a 1st Class Honours from the University of Leeds and has since assistant directed a number of shows, led workshops across Yorkshire Her previous role was Associate Director of TakeOver festival with York Theatre Royal. 



Twitter: @Hannah_Staceey


Duncan Evans: Sound Designer, Composer and Engineer.

Duncan is a music composer and producer, he is signed to Prophecy Productions. as a dark folk/post-punk solo artist. As well as having performed extensively he has composed music and sounds for television and theatre.

Instagam: @duncanevansmusic



Enya Lucas: Stage Manager.

Enya has previous experience on and off the stage through Leeds Arts Centre, an established amateur group based at Leeds Carriageworks. Her previous role was as stage manager for a studio production before moving on to join CVIVArts. 


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Henry Petch: Performer. 

Henry began performing in 2006 when he appeared in children's TV show 'Space Pirates.' His training has been in acting, singing, dance (from veterans in the industry). He has performed in ballet, musicals, and plays at a number of established venues. 

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Richard Koslowsky: Performer.

Richard trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama graduating in 2011. With experience in Theatre, TV and film, Richard's greatest theatrical achievement was playing the lead role in Black Snow at Moscow Art Theatre directed by Alan Cox.


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Carol Bell: Performer

Carol completed A level Theatre Studies at College and then took a career path away from the Theatre. She joined Leeds Arts Centre in 2016 and was involved with several plays, including Top Girls and No Exit. She has taken additional acting classes and voice workshops. 

Neil Rathmell: Writer

Neil's published works includes novels and stories as well as plays. Recently performed work for theatre includes Unspoken, a play about stammering, Unborn, a play about gender inequality in India, various online monologues written and performed during lockdown, and A Hunger Artist and Islands for CVIVArts. 



Mark Hillyer: PR and Design.

Photographer at True North Studio.

Mark is an award winning portrait & commission based documentary photographer working throughout the UK. He is currently working on an ongoing project to document theatre, theatrical productions and performers.




Thomas Wright: Film Maker.

Thomas has over 5 years experience producing independent short films, documentaries, experimental video work and videography. He’s been an active member of Leeds Children’s Theatre at the Carriageworks, participating in several shows both on stage and backstage.