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Relative Motion

Relative Motion - Tree

By Stephanie Greenwood

Project in development.

In a rom-com turned cautionary tale, Sam and Paul have a meet-cute on the London underground. What appears to be a charming romance becomes a tense emotional-escape-room as miscommunications and manipulation begin to dominate the relationship. Stuck in moments on platforms waiting for the next train to come, Sam grapples with what is in her control and what is inevitably set in motion by her romantic collision with Paul.

This new writing project is in development. After a successful R&D in 2023, we are excited to announce the next stage of this project. Coming soon in 2024.

This project is being produced in collaboration with Turlington & Company.

Turlington & Company is a multidisciplinary production company based in New York City and Glasgow. Founded by actor and overall creative weirdo Sam Turlington, T&C focuses on bringing like-hearted artists together in pursuit of new and adventurous storytelling.  





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Meet The Cast & Creatives

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Born in London and raised in France, Stephanie Greenwood is a British/South African actor and writer. Stephanie graduated with a BA (hons) in Theatre and Politics from Dartmouth College (USA) and completed her MFA in Acting at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.  


Theatre Credits Include: Trompe L'Oeil (Emergence Festival/Very Rascals), The Present Tense (Emergence Festival), Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland); As You Like It (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland); Twelfth Night (Shakespeare’s Globe/Royal Conservatoire of Scotland); It’s Beautiful, Over There (Edinburgh Festival Fringe/The Tristan Bates Theatre – performer and writer); Soldier On (UK Tour/The Other Palace Theatre, London); Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (The Space Theatre, London/Blue Stocking Effigy).

Film/TV credits include: The Dames (The Dames/RCS), Take a Bath (Bacchae Productions).


Meghan is a Canadian-British artist and holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Windsor. Theatre credits include: The Virgin Trial (Director, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland); A Benevolent Alliance of Mourners and Feral (Director, emerGENce Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Assistant Director, Bard in the Botanics); Absolute Bowlocks!, Milkshake and The Ticket Meister (Assistant Director, A Play, A Pie And A Pint); Watching Glory Die (Assistant Director, Windsor Feminist Theatre); and The Stratford Shakespeare School (Assistant Director, The Stratford Festival). As a creator, Meghan co-devised Bus Stop To (K)nowhere, which won the Multicultural Council of Windsor and Essex CINA Award and is currently writing her newest work A Cocktailer’s Guide to Surviving a Pandemic, which won the 2023 Bruce Millar Graduate Fellowship from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and received support from Sam Heughan’s Write Start Competition. 


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Ausette is a Glasgow-based producer and actor. She recently completed her MFA Acting Classical and Contemporary Text at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and previously trained with Prague Shakespeare Company, Utah Shakespeare Festival, and Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.


Recently, she  produced a short film The Rest of Them with Turlington & Company, and a stage play Trompe L'oeil with Very Rascals/Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. And just completed a tour with Creative Change Collective, a charity aimed at making the arts accessible to underserved communities in Scotland.

She is deeply interested in telling stories that explore ethical dilemmas, power dynamics, and the shared values that arise within communities in response to these issues. She is hoping to engage with new works, as well as reimagining and repurposing classical texts for modern audiences. Much of her work focuses on outreach and accessibility to the arts, climate science, and space for thoughtful expression.

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