Founder and Creative Director of Storm Fever Theatre
Liv Frazer founded the company in 2019 after camping out with her family, she got the name “Storm Fever” when it started to thunder and lightning over her. She was struck with inspiration to create a company that will help ordinary people and improve peoples’ lives through her love for theatre. After graduating from UEA in Drama and English Literature BA (Hons), she has been working in Drama and Education as a teacher for nearly four years teaching six to sixteen year olds. She now wants to branch out and create classes for adults which are available on the website. Alongside being a teacher, she has performed in several plays and during lockdown worked with her friend on a new series, as well as two short films to raise money for the Shakespeare Globe Theatre. Her new play will be a two man show called ‘Cupids’ Arrow’ which will first be shown online and then hopefully at Edinburgh Fringe 2021. More information on this event will be available at the end of January.
Producer of Storm Fever Theatre
Laura is an asset to the Storm Fever Team. An Actor and Entrepreneur herself, she studied a BA in Performing Arts and then decided to do a Diploma of Professional Acting in London. She is currently doing an MA in Mental Health Nursing at Oxford Brookes. Founder of her own company Fairy Dust Arts, Laura spent several years experience producing, writing and directing her own plays. She has now gone into filmmaking. Her newest film ‘The Meet up’ will be out in December 2020. Alongside this, Laura will be joining forces with Liv Frazer to be the other half of ‘Cupid’s Arrow’, a two man show. Her newest venture will be her Wellbeing group which will be starting very soon. More information will be available from the Fairy Dust Arts website.
Artist and Assistant of Storm Fever Theatre
Andy Norton is our wonderful assistant and Storm Fever Artist. He is also a photographer and filmmaker and had a role in the Storm Fever show ‘Alice with a Twist’ playing the White Rabbit! He has a wealth of experience from children’s illustrator to writing for childrens’ television series ‘Pablo.’ Andy shares his enthusiasm for his work in everything he does, and hopes to help in whatever way he can for Storm Fever Theatre in the future.