Our Artistic Team

 

Jeremy Webb
 
 
Jeremy Webb
Artistic Director
Ray Hogg
Affiliate Artist

Jeremy Webb

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Jeremy Webb (he/him) is the twelfth Artistic Director in Neptune Theatre’s history. Prior to Neptune, Jeremy was the Artistic Producer of Eastern Front Theatre. Jeremy moved to Canada, from his native UK, in 1998, making Halifax home. He grew up in Cambridge and trained at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Jeremy has been working at Neptune ever since 1998, in so many capacities.

For Neptune he has directed Elf: The Musical, Alice, Fully Committed, Woman In Black, The Rocky Horror Show, Peter Pan, Mamma Mia!, Shakespeare In Love, Cinderella, Noises Off, Little Thing Big Thing  and Calendar Girls. Up next he’s directing Billy Elliot. He has directed for Festival Antigonish, Eastern Front, Alive Theatre. Jeremy directed Noises Off for The Mayfield Theatre in Edmonton in February 2020.

On stage appearances include 'Gandalf' in The Hobbit, 'Dr.Watson' in The Hound of The Baskervilles (Festival Antigonish,) ‘Cogsworth’ in Neptune Theatre’s Beauty and The Beast (twice), ‘Jaggers’ in Great Expectations (Neptune Theatre),  ‘Jack’ in Broadway on Argyle St. (WillPower/OTL), ‘George’ in I’ll Be Back Before Midnight (Valley Summer Theatre), ‘Macbeth’ in Macbeth (WillPower Theatre),  ‘Max Bialystock’ in The Producers (Rainbow Stage, Winnipeg), ‘Riverdale/Churchill’ in Rexy (Neptune), Under Milk Wood (touring since 2013,) ‘Paul Fisher’ in his own play Fishing (touring since 2012,) ‘Beowulf’ in Beowulf (Two Planks & A Passion), The Comedy of Errors, The Wizard of Oz and Romeo & Juliet (Neptune Theatre), 'Porter/Duncan' in MacBeth, ‘Iago’ in Othello (Shakespeare By The Sea),  Beauty & The Beast (Niagara Falls).

His one-man version of A Christmas Carol has been a great success since 2003, touring Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the USA, in schools and theatres since then. His other plays,  Shakespeare On Trial and Fishing, have also both toured for years. For Neptune Theatre he has written Cinderella (2018,) Peter Pan (2019,) and Alice (2021.)

He won the 2010 Mayor’s Award for Achievement in Theatre. In 2013, Jeremy won the Creative Arts Nova Scotia Established Artist Award. In 2014, Off The Leash/Jeremy Webb won the 2014 Touring Performers Award, presented by The Atlantic Presenters Association. In 2017, he was awarded The ACTRA David Renton Award of Excellence (for service to the film & TV union.)In 2022, he was awarded the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Medal for service to the arts. 

If you ask him, he'll tell you he is most proud of two ‘productions’ Dylan (7 years) and Samuel (10 years.)



    Ray Hogg

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    Ray Hogg (he/him)  is a Black Canadian arts leader with over 20 years of experience as a theatre artist. He is the founding Artistic Director of  Prime Mover Theatre Company , Deputy Artistic Director of Musical Stage Company, and, since 2017, has worked alongside Neptune Theatre Artistic Director Jeremy Webb as Affiliate Artist.  From 2012-2017, Ray Hogg was the Artistic Director of Winnipeg’s 2,300- seat theatre, Rainbow Stage.  During his tenure at Rainbow Stage, Ray ushered in an era of unprecedented artistic growth and excellence, forged acclaimed partnerships with flagship institutions such as the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and spearheaded the creation of nationally recognized professional arts training programs.

    Prime Mover Theatre Company  is Canada’s newest theatre company dedicated to the advancement of marginalized artistic voices through advocacy, artist training, and large-scale co-production.  The company focuses on  developing and championing exceptional artists and their works, developing new live-performance work, and assembling production partners from flagship organizations across the country.    In October 2020 the company developed its creative artist development program - The Legacy Project (which includes The Creator’s Lab, NoteWorthy, and the RBC Chrysalis project).


     

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