Rebecca Little

Co Artistic Director Little Pixie Productions

Rebecca trained at the Arts Educational School Tring (now known as Tring Park School for the Performing Arts) where she became Head Girl. In her final year she won the Stage Cup and achieved major levels in Ballet, Jazz and Tap, Piano, Clarinet and Drama exams including an AISTD in Modern dance. She concluded her training on the Musical Theatre course at Arts Educational London gaining a Diploma.


Her none performing credits include teaching and devising drama and dance workshops at Key Stage 1, 2, 3 and 4 levels and writing and directing (Pocket Panto Company and Little Pixie Productions). Creative, writing, directing and choreography credits also include Granny's Big Top Tale, Turned Out Nice Again!, What Became of the Red Shoes?, Madam Owl's Mysterious Menagerie, Victorian Music Hall, Operatastic, The Nightingale of South Bank and The Snow Queen (Little Pixie Productions). Rebecca is also a dance teacher in various disciplines and is a qualified member of the dance associations NATD and IDTA.


Rebecca regularly performs in theatre throughout the country and some of her theatre credits include: Lady Macbeth in Macbeth and Nurse in Romeo and Juliet; Beatrice and Dogberry in Much a do about Nothing; Viola and Maria in Twelfth Night and Hermia and Puck in A Midsummer Nights Dream (Oddsocks National Tour); Granny Flo in Granny's Big Top Tale (Little Pixie Productions); Bless 'em All (Pocket Panto); Granny Flo in Turned Out Nice Again! (Little Pixie Productions); Miss Little in the UK premiere of Erik Gedeon’s Forever Young 2010 and the 2011, 2012 and 2015 revivals (Nottingham Playhouse; Wolsey Theatre Ipswich; Oldham Coliseum and UK Tour); Granny Flo and Ruby in What Became of the Red Shoes? (Little Pixie Productions); Victorian Old Time Music Hall (Pocket Panto and Little Pixie Productions); Poppy, Lydia and Gertie in The Bunsen Towers Mystery (tour for Kinetic Theatre); cover for the tour of Tracy Beaker Gets Real, during which Rebecca played the parts of both Tracy and Cam (Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company); Hannah in Silence (Momentum Festival, Lakeside Arts Centre); Lulu in Sing-a-long-a-Eurovision (Dublin & UK); Macduff in a mostly Female production of Macbeth (Chester Gateway); Goldilocks (national tour for Tutti Frutti Productions); Storyteller for The Princess and the Pea and Little Red Riding Hood and Pippin Reed in Johnny Thunder (SGA Productions); Philippa in The Fly, Lois in Straight and Narrow, Judy in Simply the Best, Molly, May, Alison and other parts in Canterbury Tales and Soph in Loadsamoney! (Oldham Coliseum); Side by Side by Sondheim (Hampton Hill Playhouse); Leona Samish in Do I Hear a Waltz? (Landor Theatre); the title role in the melodrama The Pleasures of Fanny (Brick Lane Music Hall); Sister Mary Leo in Nunsense (Riverside Theatre Belfast and Jermyn Street Theatre London) and many Music Hall bills (Players’ Theatre London, Brick Lane Music Hall and across the country).


Rebecca has also performed extensively in Pantomime which include: Little Devilla in Cinderella, Queen Gertrude in Sleeping Beauty, Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk, Tilly Tuck the Tomboy in Robin Hood, Dandini in Cinderella, The Golden Fairy in Mother Goose, Widow Wang and The Slave of the Ring in Aladdin, Fairy Bowbells in Dick Whittington, Fairy Godmother in Cinderella, Annie in Jack and the Beanstalk, Florence and Veronique in Beauty and the Beast and Dick in Dick Whittington (Nottingham Playhouse); Rosemary in Mother Goose (Nottingham Playhouse & Oldham Coliseum); The title roles of Cinderella and Aladdin, Alice and Fairy Bowbells in Dick Whittington, Cinderella in Panto Bingo, Virtue and Annie in Mother Goose and Jill, Fairy & the Giant’s Wife in Jack and the Beanstalk (Pocket Panto); Alice Fitzwarren in Dick Whittington (Brick Lane Music Hall & Wakefield Theatre Royal); and Lady Alice in Robin Hood, Fairy Rosebud in Sleeping Beauty and Fairy Rosawednesda in Cinderella (Players’ Theatre London).


Rebecca has written and published a children's picture book based on her show What Became of the Red Shoes? which is illustrated by Hannah Lewis. You can purchase the book via this website here.


Recently Rebecca has been an assistant director for Happy Birthday Peter Rabbit (Old Laundry Theatre) and Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast (Baths Hall, Scunthorpe).


With Rebecca’s sound designer husband, Adam P McCready, her company also creates and produces audio dramas, which are released as podcasts. They have been working with Dramafy in the USA, co producing an upcoming production for them of Pride and Prejudice.


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