Nancy is a Choreographer, Movement Director, Teacher and Theatre Maker based in London and the East. Nancy's expansive skill set and fearless attitude has led her to work with performers of all ages, abilities and experience. She works with large ensembles, small casts and solo performers as well as community choirs, youth theatres, and acting students.
Nancy boldly enables the performer to truthfully and physically express emotions and imagination, generating a visceral, theatrical world. Her potent interest in the human condition and how to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary creates an authentic yet artful movement vocabulary.
Nancy trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (Distinction) as well as DeMontfort University.
Nancy is an Associate Artist at the Mercury Theatre where she is creating and devising her own work, Never Land.
Theatre Credits as Choreographer:
Ballroom (Waterloo East Theatre, European Premiere), Partner's in Crime(Queens Theatre), Our House: The Musical (Queen's Theatre), Macbeth (New Wimbledon Studio), Anna Karenina (Brockley Jack Theatre), A Midsummer's Nights Dream (ALRA), Hamlet (Primary Shakespeare Company), The Tempest (Primary Shakespeare Company).
Film Credits as Choreographer:
Breathe (Associate Choreographer).
Theatre Credits as Movement Director:
The Events (Mercury Theatre) Lord of the Flies (Mercury Theatre, Youth Theatre), I Capture the Castle (Associate Movement Director, Watford Palace), Lotty's War (Associate Movement Director U.K. Tour), Romeo and Juliet (Mercury Theatre Young Company), Macbeth (Southwark Playhouse), The Low Road (RCSSD).
Movement Teaching and Coaching:
Nancy's movement teaching reaches both the professional and amateur worlds. She currently teaches movement at RADA and co-leads the Early Career Training Programme at The Mercury Theatre where she works with actors, writers, directors and movement artists to develop their craft. She has worked at the National Youth Theatre, Mercury Youth Theatre and taught dance and movement to the over 50s.