Fi Fraser Production Management is a limited company ran by multi-award winning production manager Fi Fraser. She has extensive experience managing all technical and production aspects of a wide range of live performances. With the expertise to turn almost any venue into a performance space.
Fi has significant experience of production managing multiple, simultaneous projects and shows.
Most recently she Production Managed her first Edinburgh International Children's Festival for Imaginate. 14 shows, 10 venues, 9 days working with companies representing over 16 countries. She is currently working on the 2019 edition.
FI has Production Managed for Grid Iron since 2001 Managing over 22 productions and heading the Stage Management team who won the 2004 SMA (Stage Management Association) excellence in Stage Management Award.
For Vanishing Point since 2009. Managing all National and International tours of Interiors, Saturday Night, Wonderland, The Beautiful Cosmos of Ivor Cutler, Tomorrow, The Destroyed Room, Tabula Rasa - with the Scottish Ensemble and most recently the crucially acclaimed 5* production of The Dark Carnival.
Fi is a board member for Independent Arts Project a producing company founded and led by Mhari Robinson to support individual artists and unincorporated collectives to develop new work www.mharirobinson.co.uk/independent-arts-projects/
FI HAS ALSO WORKED WITH:
The Traverse Theatre, Perth Rep, Scottish Dance Theatre, Mull Theatre, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, The Citizens, The Byre, Unique Events, Suspect Culture, Visible Fictions, Scottish Opera, Dundee Rep, ThickSkin, Vox Motus (How to Steal a Diamond, SLICK, Bright Black and The Not-so-fatal Death of Grandpa Fredo), The National Theatre of Scotland (Extreme, Black Watch 2006, The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish, Eve, First Snow - Premier Neige), Stellar Quines, (The Unconquered, Dare to Care & The Air That Carries The Weight), Ross McKay & Freshly Squeezed Productions (Velvet Evening Séance), Scottish Theatre Producers (The Sunshine Ghost), Polar Bears Go Up for The Polar Bears, Grandad & me for The Letter J and Nigel Slater's Toast for PW Productions & The Lowry.