Our vision is that young people will create the ballet of the future.

Stuart Winter

Stuart trained at Bird College under the direction of Sue Passmore, completing a Diploma in Dance.  He then attended the University of Creative Arts, graduating with a First-Class Honours degree in Musical Theatre.

Performance

Cats (directed by Sir Trevor Nunn, choreographed by Dame Gillian Lynne), Grease (directed by David Gilmore, choreographed by Arlene Philips), Mary Poppins (directed by Sir Richard Eyre, choreographed by Sir Matthew Bourne, Stephen Mear), Chicago (directed by Walter Bobby, choreographed by Ann Reinking), Kiss me Kate (directed by Sir Trevor Nunn, choreographed by Stephen Mear), Pajama Game, (directed by Sir Richard Eyre, choreographed by Stephen Mear), White Christmas (directed by Morgan Young, choreographed by Randy Skinner) Singing in the Rain, (directed by Robert Carson, choreographed by Stephen Mear), Sunset Boulevard (directed by Lonny Price, choreography by Stephen Mear), Thoroughly Modern Millie (directed and choreographed by Stephen Mear), 42nd Street (directed and choreographed by Stephen Mear), An American in Paris (directed and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon), Iolanthe (directed by Cal McCrystal and choreographed by Lizzi Gee), Chess (directed by Laurence Connor and choreographed by Stephen Mear) Guys and Dolls (directed and choreographed by Stephen Mear).

Film

An American in Paris, Dance Captain and Fight Captain (directed and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon) The Heavyweight, (directed and choreographed by Stuart Winter) Pop, (directed and choreographed by Stuart Winter) A Silent Exchange of Broken Keys, (directed and choreographed by Stuart Winter) Focal Point, (directed and choreographed by Stuart Winter).

Choreography

The Sound of Music (Pattihio Theatre Limassol & The Strovolos Theatre Nicosia, Cyprus) Once on this Island Arts Educational Schools London, Swallows and Amazons Creation Theatre Oxford, Romeo and Juliet Guildford Shakespeare Company, King Lear Creation Theatre Oxford, Not the End of the World (Edinburgh festival, 2015). Cole, (Frinton Rep and Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford). Choreographic work for Guildford School of Acting include: Hair, Legally Blonde, Spring Awakening, Jerry Springer the Opera, Bare, Billy.

Teaching

Stuart has held two faculty places at conservatoires in Guildford and London, and is a regular teacher at Pineapple Dance Studios. He is also a guest teacher for Runway House, Crysalis, House of Jazz and The McOnie Company.

Workshops

Twelfth Night, Young Vic (directed by Kwame Kwei-Aramh choreography Lizzi Gee).

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Stuart Winter
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