Lucy Cullingford Movement Director

Lucy collaborates regularly with the RSC and recent productions in the role of Movement Director include Coriolanus, Snow In Midsummer, Greg Doran’s groundbreaking production of The TempestDon Quixote and The Jew of Malta.

Other high profile credits include King Lear, with Ian Mckellen (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Constellations (Royal Court, West End, Broadway and national tour). 

Lucy was the RSC/Warwick University Creative Fellow in Residence where she directed The Renaissance Body. The piece was staged to mark the re-opening of the Swan Theatre, Stratford and as a live installation at the British Museum as part of the Shakespeare: Staging The World Exhibition for the World Shakespeare Festival in 2012.

Further movement credits include East is East, (Northern Stage); Jenufa (revival, Grange Park Opera); Abigail’s Party and Talking Heads (Theatre Royal Bath); The 101 Dalmations and Of Mice And Men (Birmingham Rep); The BFG (Octagon Theatre); The Night Before Christmas (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Flare Path (The Original Theatre Co); The Mother, Intimate Apparel and The Double (Ustinov Theatre, Bath); The Spanish Golden Age Season (Ustinov, Arcola and Belgrade Theatres).

Recent choreography credits include: The Last Mermaid with Charlotte Church (Wales Millenium Centre); Alice In Wonderland (CBBC); The Secret Adversary (Watermill Theatre); Rusalka (revival Royal Danish Opera). Lucy has worked as Children’s Dance Repetiteur on Matilda The Musical (RSC) in Stratford-upon-Avon and the West End. 

Lucy has an MA in Movement Studies from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.


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