“Arcadia shows the burgeoning talent of yet another emerging female choreographer, Ruth Brill… She is certainly on the rise.”
Graham Watts, Critics’ Circle
“Brill is establishing a career as a choreographer. Peter and the Wolf shows a sharp eye for movement and storytelling.”
Zoë Anderson, The Independent
“Brill's Peter and the Wolf is a gem of a dance – it's funny and packed full of character and yet still ensures a great deal of technical skill from its cast.”
Weekend Notes Magazine
I recently spent some time working with the ENBYouthCo. at their summer intensive. I ran 2 choreography workshops. We worked in the production studio at English National Ballet and explored topics such as – generating movement, the creative process, improvisation, developing a choreographic voice, structuring a piece, narrative dance, collaboration, group morale and performance. We created a short work inspired by friendship and play, to the ‘masks’ music from Act 1 in Prokofiev’s Romeo & Juliet.
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