Ingrid Mackinnon holds an MA in Movement: Directing and Teaching from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
As Intimacy Coordinator for the National Theatre: The House of Bernarda Alba, The Effect and Phaedra
As Intimacy Coordinator in London’s West End: TINA: The Tina Turner Musical, Sunset Boulevard
Other productions include, as Intimacy Coordinator: Choir Boy at Bristol Old Vic; Shooting Hedda Gabler at the Rose, Kingston; Es and Flo at Wales Millennium Centre and Kiln; Super High Resolution at Soho Theatre; Enough of Him for the National Theatre of Scotland; and Girl on an Altar for Kiln.
As Movement Director and Choreographer: Choir Boy at Bristol Old Vic; Portia Coughlan and Reimagining Cacophony at the Almeida; Shooting Hedda Gabler at the Rose, Kingston; That Face at the Orange Tree; Every Leaf a Hallelujah and Romeo and Juliet at Regent’s Park; The Meaning of Zong at the Barbican, Bristol Old Vic and on UK tour; Blue at ENO; Further than the Furtherest Thing at the Young Vic; Trouble in Butetown at Donmar Warehouse; Enough of Him at National Theatre of Scotland; A Dead Body in Taos for Fuel; The Darkest Park of the Night and Girl on an Altar at Kiln; Playboy of the West Indies at Birmingham Rep; Moreno at Theatre503; Red Riding Hood at Stratford East; Antigone at Mercury, Colchester; Liminal for Le Gateau Chocolat at the King’s Head; Liar Heretic Thief at Lyric, Hammersmith; First Encounters: The Merchant of Venice and Kingdom Come for the RSC; Josephine at Theatre Royal, Bath; Typical at Soho Theatre; #WeAreArrested for the Arcola and RSC; and The Border for Theatre Centre.
Intimacy support includes: La Cage aux Folles, Robin Hood, The Tempest, Every Leaf a Hallelujah, Once on This Island, Antigone, 101 Dalmatians, Legally Blonde and Carousel as Season Associate 2023 and 2022 at Regent’s Park.
Romeo and Juliet – Best Choreographer at the Black British Theatre Awards 2021
(Updated November 2023)