James Humphreys: Founder/Producer
O.G. Thought father, essence, soul and spirit of ScriptDawg. Not of the actual name, however. Founded ScriptDawg because he's a goodfella.
Producer for the majority of ScriptDawg's performances but identifies as a writer. He's written for Avant Cymru and has a monologue 'touring' London at the moment. You more than likely won't find him at a ScriptDawg event, though he deeply recommends that you go - James' CV
Sam Rees: Producer/Host
Host and hype man of ScriptDawg. Sam's been with SD since the second show. Never exactly keen on theatre, he gave it a pop and realised it wasn't that bad at all. Thus far, he's had four pieces performed through the 'Dawg. He likes to see ScriptDawg as 'gateway theatre'.
Sam chiefly serves as a producer/facilitator for the company, but first and foremost, he's a writer. He's worked with companies such as Reality Theatre and Avant Cymru alongside his own pursuits, in the capacity of performer, vocalist, script editor and stage manager.
Liam Kelly: Producer
A graduate of the famous USW Scripwriting course, joined ScriptDawg in order to help champion new writing and develop an accessible theatre scene in South Wales free of pretension and born from working-class roots. Liam is one of six finalists in the 2018 "It's My Shout" scheme whose script will be filmed over the summer to be broadcast on the BBC and BBC iplayer. He also has a sitcom in development with Channel 4 with production companies Delightful Industries and Boom Cymru.
Devout advocate of the mantra “If you want to be a writer then write.” Likes to work in many genres and mediums but is a comedy writer by trade.
Allan Neve: Director
Allan Neve is a Cardiff-based Cornish director and writer. During his time at SD, Allan has naturally fallen into the role of director – amongst other things. He’s also the co-founder of Wild Oak theatre company; his directing work includes WUNDERKAMMER, KING OF PRUSSIA (Wild Oak).
Allan has worked with companies including The Other Room, Split Milk & Little Bird. He is also a graduate of the University of South Wales Scriptwriting BA.