Ingrid Mackinnon is a London-based movement director, choreographer and intimacy director.
Credits as movement director/choreographer: The Meaning of Zong (Barbican/Bristol Old Vic/UK tour); Further than the Furthest Thing (Young Vic); Trouble In Butetown (Donmar Warehouse); Enough of Him (National Theatre of Scotland); A Dead Body in Taos (Fuel Theatre); The Darkest Part of the Night (Kiln Theatre); Girl on an Altar (Kiln Theatre); Playboy of the West Indies (Birmingham Rep); Moreno (Theatre503); Red Riding Hood (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Antigone (Mercury Theatre); Romeo and Juliet (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Liminal – Le Gateau Chocolat (King’s Head Theatre); Liar Heretic Thief (Lyric Hammersmith); Reimagining Cacophony (Almeida); First Encounters: The Merchant of Venice, Kingdom Come (RSC); Josephine (Theatre Royal Bath); Typical (Soho Theatre); #WeAreArrested (Arcola Theatre, RSC); The Border (Theatre Centre); Fantastic Mr Fox (as associate movement director, Nuffield Southampton, UK/international tour).
Intimacy direction includes: Es & Flo (Wales Millennium Centre); Phaedra (NT); Super High Resolution (Soho Theatre); Enough of Him (National Theatre of Scotland); Girl on an Altar (Kiln Theatre); Season Associate 2022 – Antigone, 101 Dalmatians, Legally Blonde (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Carousel (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre).
Winner of Best Choreographer at the Black British Theatre Awards 2021 for Romeo and Juliet (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre).
She holds an MA in Movement: Directing and Teaching from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Last updated: 12th April 2023