Siân Williams
Choreographer
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Siân trained at the London College of Dance and Drama. She founded The Kosh dance theatre company with Michael Merwitzer. Siân has worked as choreographer for Shakespeare’s Globe since 1999, as Movement Director for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and is a member of The Factory theatre company. Her choreography credits include: The Glass Slipper, Oh! What a Lovely War (Northern Stage); The Snow Queen (The Rose Theatre, Kingston); You Can’t Take It With You (Royal Exchange, Manchester); The Storeroom (The Kosh); Hamlet, All’s Well That Ends Well, Much Ado About Nothing, Anne Boleyn, The Mysteries, The Comedy of Errors, Henry V (Shakespeare’s Globe); Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Globe Education); The Merchant of Venice (Royal Shakespeare Company); Adolph Hitler: My Part in His Downfall (Rho Delta); The Magic Flute and The Rake’s Progress (Royal College of Music). Her directing credits include productions for The Kosh and The Handsomest Drowned Man (Circus Space). Her performing credits include all of The Kosh productions, The Odyssey (The Factory); the role of Grisette in La Traviata (Opera North); The Tempest, The Storm, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Timon of Athens (Shakespeare’s Globe). Siân is currently choreographer for Shakespeare’s Globe productions 2012 and for Café Chaos (The Kosh).