Company Members

Creative Team












Alasdair Hunter – Artistic Director

Alasdair is the Artistic Director of Wilderness of Tigers. He trained at the University of Glasgow and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Alasdair has directed work for Ankur Productions, Stone Soup Shakespeare, Articulate as well as Wilderness of Tigers. He was Associate Director on Rachel O’Riordan’s award-winning production of The Seafarer (Perth Theatre / Lyric, Belfast) and has assisted several of Scotland’s top directors for companies including Borderline, Random Accomplice, The Tron. He has worked on new plays by writers including Johnny McKnight, DC Jackson and Douglas Maxwell and developed and directed the world premiere of Heuristics in the Diner by Peter Arnott. Alasdair also spent residencies at Shakespeare’s Globe, London and at The Flea Theater in New York City where he assisted Jim Simpson on Bathsheba Doran’s Parents’ Evening.
Alasdair is a regular guest director at the University of Cumbria. He also has strong ties with Stage to Page in Glasgow and Passion in Practice in London. He is currently working on the first original pronunciation production of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe.
He tweets @alasdair_h













Josh Whitelaw – Associate Artist

Josh is an actor and theatre artist based in Glasgow.
Josh trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Reid Kerr College. Theatre credits include: Macbeth (Wilderness of Tigers: Ambush); Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bard in the Botanics); Kill Johnny Glendenning (Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh / Citizens Theatre, Glasgow); Union (Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh). Film and TV credits include: Outcast directed by Colm McCarthy (Makar Productions, Futuristic Films), Wasteland 26 by Keir Siewert (Feature film – Breaking Point Flix).














Terence Rae – Associate Artist

Terence is an actor and theatre artist based in Glasgow.
Terence trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Theatre credits include: Macbeth (Wilderness of Tigers: Ambush); 59 Minutes to Save Christmas (Sheffield Crucible); Romeo and Juliet (Bard in the Botanics); Brimming – Emma Adams, Something Right – Cathy Crabb (SlungLow/DepArts).