Nathalie Clement – General Manager & Co-Artistic Director

Nathalie is a Franco-Irish actress, writer, director and producer. She holds an MSc in Marketing and an M.B.A. She worked in Marketing and Project Management for Google for a few years before deciding to pursue full-time her real passion, acting. She has been working in the Theatre and Film industry for the past three years and uses the skills she acquired in her past life to produce and market new original plays for Purple Hare Theatre Company, that she co-founded.

Nathalie studied part-time at The Lir Academy and The Gaiety School Of Acting before graduating from the prestigious Programme for Screen Acting at Bow Street in 2015. She has been seen in the past year in Hound’s Hotel, Anonymous and The Sadness of the Little Sparrow (One-Woman Show). She has starred in multiple short films over the last couple of years and is also a commercial and voice-over actress.

Nathalie recently worked as a producer for Head Above Water Theatre Company on their show Hound’s Hotel for the Scene+Heard Festival in Smock Alley Theatre and for the Galway Fringe Festival. She currently works with Down to Earth theatre company on a show called Life on Earth and a workshop series on gender equality.

Nathalie is currently working on Purple Hare’s upcoming shows, The Cook Knight and The Deadline.

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Stella Godmet – Co-Artistic Director

Stella Godmet is a Franco-Irish actress, writer, director and producer. In 2010, she joined the Actor’s Space AKASHA, where she was coached and directed by Luc Faugère. She moved to Galway in 2013 to study Theatre in NUIG.

In 2014, she graduated from the prestigious Programme for Screen Acting at Bow Street, under the direction of Shimmy Marcus, Cathy Brady, Lance Daly, Rebecca Daly and casting director Maureen Hughes.

Stella has enjoyed working on a range of shows for both stage and screen. She has recently starred in Motel which was screened in the Cannes Short film Corner 2016. The Sadness of the Little Sparrow was her directorial debut. Her play, Her Cylindrical Box, premiered at the Scene+Heard Festival in March of 2017. She co-founded Fleet of Feet Theatre and recently took their show, The Wallpaper, to the Galway Fringe Festival.

Stella is currently producing We’re All Mad Here for the 2017 Dublin Fringe Festival.

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