Finn Caldwell

Finn Caldwell is a director, designer and performer and he is co-artistic director of Gyre & Gimble, a theatre company specialising in puppetry.

For the National: Angels in America (puppetry director, movement and puppet co-designer), The Elephantom (co-director), The Light Princess (puppetry and movement), War Horse (puppetry and movement); as a performer, Saint Joan, War Horse, Or You Could Kiss Me, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour

For the RSC: as a performer, Hamlet, Julius Caesar

In London's West End: Shrek – The Musical (director of puppetry/movement)

Other theatre includes: as director, First Hippo on the Moon, Lardo, The Hartlepool Monkey; as director of puppetry/movement, The Grinning Man, Groundhog Day (additional movement), Dr Seuss' The Lorax, The Bear, Running Wild, The Tempest, Alice's Adventures Underground, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Dream Space, Rubies in the Attic, Climate, Tom Thumb; as a performer, A Dog's Heart, Lowlife, Madam Butterfly, Brighton Rock, Elphant, Antigone, Macbeth

 

Alice, The Suicide Brothers

 

(Published April 2017)