“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
The Experimenters Podcast
I was invited to be a guest on a podcast called The Experimenters by Ana Corrie. It’s available now on Spotify!
‘Dancers are so generous: they give, and they explore, and they find, and they push…’ ~ Ruth Brill
Ruth Brill is a choreographer and Artistic Director. Ruth is a former student of Tring Park School for the Performing Arts and English National Ballet School. She danced with English National Ballet (2007-2012) and Birmingham Royal Ballet (2012-2019), where she developed her choreographic work and created a number of commissions for the main stage. Ruth retired from dancing in 2019 to pursue her freelance choreographic career. Ruth is also the Artistic Director of London Children’s Ballet. Recent projects include Peter and the Wolf for Birmingham Royal Ballet, My First Cinderella for English National Ballet, Domino for New English Ballet Theatre, re-staging Cathy Marston’s production of Ballet Shoes for London Children’s Ballet, dance enactments for a documentary film about the life of Dame Gillian Lynne and a new work for Company Wayne McGregor for The Grange Festival, commissioned by Wayne McGregor.
The Experimenters, Episode 5, November 2020 – Podcast by Ana Corrie