Collaborator

Lucy Carter

Awarded Knight of Illumination for Wayne McGregor’s Chroma (2008), also winning the Olivier Award for Dance. Lucy’s recent dance credits include: Live Fire Excercise (Royal Ballet) which was nominated for another Knight of Illumination Award; Yantra (Stuttgart Ballet), Outlier (NYCB), all with Choreographer Wayne McGregor; Metamorphosis – Titian with McGregor, Kim Brandstrup, Christopher Wheeldon, Alastair Marriott, William Tuckett, Liam Scarlett, Jonathan Watkins; Most Incredible Thing (Sadler’s Wells), Chor. Javier de Frutos; Incantations, (Joffrey),  Still Life (Scottish Ballet) both Chor. Val Caniparoli;  and Invitus Invitam (Royal Ballet), Chor. Kim Brandstrup.

Previous collaborations with McGregor include the Olivier Award-winning productions 2 Human (ENB) and the South Bank Show Award-winning Infra (Royal Ballet), as well as Dyad 1909, Dyad 1929, Qualia, Genus, Skindex, Renature, Entity, Amu, Digit01, Ataxia, Nemesis, Erazor, and Nautilus. Other credits include, for dance, The Two of Us (for Rambert), Silence of the Soul, 5 2 10 and Reflections with Fin Walker, Snow White in Black with Arthur Pita for Phoenix Dance Company, Just Add Water, Exit no Exit, and Faultline with Shobana Jeyasingh, When Once Is Never Enough, Faun and As You Are with David Bolger for CoisCeim Dance; for opera, Ludd and Isis, Parthenogenesis, Dido and Aeneas, Acis and Galatea, SUM and The Stargazer (Royal Opera, Royal Ballet, ROH2, Royal Opera House Education), Maria Stuarda, The Adventures of Mr Brouček (Opera North); and for theatre Wastwater (English Stage Company, directed by Katie Mitchell), The Crucible (National Theatre of Ireland), Kirikou et Karaba (Casino de Paris), Othello (Sheffield Theatre) and most recently Matthew Dunster’s Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (Royal Exchange, Manchester). Plans include Peter Grimes on the Aldeburgh Beach, 2013, Dir Tim Albery; the world premiere of McGregor’s Rite of Spring for Bolshoi Ballet; Lohengrin for WNO,Dir. Antony McDonald, and La finta giardiniera, Glyndebourne, Dir. Frederick Wake Walker.