Ingrid Mackinnon is a London based movement director, choreographer, teacher and dancer. Movement direction credits include First Encounters: The Merchant of Venice (Royal Shakespeare Company), Typical (Nouveau Riche), The Border (Theatre Centre), Breathing Space (Royal Court), Liar.Heretic.Thief (Lyric), ReImagining: Cacophony (Almeida), #WeAreArrested (Royal Shakespeare Company), Kingdom Come (Royal Shakespeare Company), #DR@CULA! (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama), Fantastic Mr. Fox (associate movement director- Nuffield and Lyric Hammersmith), Hansel & Gretel (assistant choreographer - Uchenna Dance), The Headwrap (Extract) (assistant choreographer - Uchenna Dance), The Headwrap Diaries (assistant choreographer - Uchenna Dance), Our Mighty Groove (rehearsal director - Uchenna Dance). Performance credits include Dallas Black Dance Theater, Tavaziva Dance, Disney’s The Lion King (West End), Royal Opera House, English National Opera, Green Candle Dance Company and Uchenna Dance. Ingrid also is a certified STOTT Pilates instructor in matwork and reformer. She holds a BA in Kinesiology from Western University in Canada and an MA in Movement: Directing & Teaching from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Ingrid is also co-founder of MoveSpace.
Jane Garvey goes dancing with Strictly judge Shirley Ballas, ballroom dancer Curtis Pritchard, Kathak artist Sujata Banerjee and choreographer Ingrid Mackinnon. Catch the episode on BBC Radio 4 - Woman's hour here.
Ingrid is also co-founder of MoveSpace. You can listen to her chatting with co-founder Laura Dredger on The Movement Podcast.
Ingrid was asked a few questions by Erin Sanchez of One Dance UK on the topic of leadership for the Autumn 2018 issue of One. The article is called Leadership: Perspectives on skill, inspiration and healthy environments. Order your copy here www.onedanceuk.org/resource/one-magazine/
Ingrid was interviewed for One Dance UK's HOTFOOT Online for the Autumn 2017 issue. Check out the article issuu.com/onedanceuk/docs/hotfoot_autumn_2017/4
Ingrid recently contributed to the blog The Enormity Of Now. Her piece is entitled I Move. Enjoy