Tracey’s background is in banking and management and she currently specialises in accounting. She brings an outside-the-industry perspective to her board role, advising and supporting the company as an audience advocate. She has a keen interest in the arts and Rhubarb’s work and spends her free time raising her family.
Ben graduated from Bishop Grosseteste University in 2014, with a 1st class honours degree in Drama in the Community. He has a strong interest in Street Theatre, Storytelling, and Educational drama and since graduating, has been working as a freelance drama practitioner and performer.
Chris has been the CEO of Lincoln Drill Hall since 2013. In a theatre career spanning more than 20 years he has worked in West End Box Offices and as a Stage Manager in theatres across southern England. He was Arts Officer for Lincolnshire County Council, and from 2007-13 was Executive Director of New Perspectives Theatre Company.
Mike worked for 26 years as a photographer working with a variety of clients including those promoting the performing arts. In 2006, he followed a new path and now works as a primary school teacher. He advises Rhubarb on current educational requirements and helps identify opportunities to enhance delivery and understanding of the curriculum.
Rachel is co-artistic director of the critically acclaimed touring company, Proto-type Theater, & has written/directed community theatre for Paines Plough Roundabout & for youth companies in venues around the country. She has worked on radio dramas with the BBC, toured large-scale outdoor shows to English Heritage sites & is currently Lecturer and Producer for the School of Fine and Performing Arts at the University of Lincoln.