Curious Incident

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Scott Graham & Steven Hoggett for Frantic Assembly

Movement Directors

Scott Graham is Artistic Director and co-founder of Frantic Assembly, for which he recently directed Things I Know To Be True, No Way Back, Othello and The Believers. He has been nominated for an Olivier and a Tony Award for Best Choreography on the multi-award-winning NT production The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. For Frantic Assembly he has co-directed Little Dogs, Lovesong, Beautiful Burnout, Stockholm, pool (no water), Dirty Wonderland, Rabbit, Peepshow and Underworld. Director/performer credits include Hymns, Tiny Dynamite, On Blindness, Heavenly, Sell Out, Zero, Flesh, Klub and Look Back in Anger. Other directing work includes Man to Man at Wales Millennium Centre and Home for the National Theatre of Scotland. Choreography/movement direction includes The Merchant of Venice for Singapore Repertory Company; Praxis Makes Perfect for National Theatre Wales; The Canticles at Brighton Festival/Aldeburgh Music; Husbands & Sons, Port, Hothouse and Market Boy at the National; Dr Dee for Manchester International Festival/ ENO. With Steven Hoggett and Bryony Lavery, he created It Snows, a National Theatre Connections play. He has, with Steven Hoggett, written The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre. Scott Graham is a Visiting Professor in Theatre Practice at Coventry University.

Steven Hoggett was a founder member of Frantic Assembly where his director/ choreographer credits included Little Dogs with National Theatre Wales; Lovesong, Beautiful Burnout, Othello (TMA Award, Best Director), Stockholm, pool (no water) and Dirty Wonderland. He has recently provided choreography and movement direction on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the West End; Let The Right One In for National Theatre of Scotland/Royal Court/West End; The Twits for the Royal Court; Rigoletto for Metropolitan Opera; The Glass Menagerie for the American Repertory Theatre/Broadway; and Dr Dee for Manchester International Festival/ENO. On Broadway he has choreographed The Crucible, The Last Ship, Rocky The Musical, Green Day’s American Idiot, Peter & the Starcatcher (Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Choreography) and Once (Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Choreography). Recent directing work includes What’s It All About for NYTW and in the West End. He worked as associate director/choreographer on Black Watch (Olivier Award, Best Choreographer), Hunter, 365, The Bacchae and The Wolves in the Wall (with Improbable) for National Theatre of Scotland; The Light Princess, Dido Queen of Carthage, The Hothouse and Market Boy for the National. His film work includes How to Train Your Dragon 2 (Dreamworks) and Freak Show (Maven Pictures). With Scott Graham, he wrote The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre (Routledge, second edition).

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