Laura Cubitt

Laura Cubitt trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art after a Drama degree at Hull University.

For the National Theatre: Common (puppetry), Peter Pan, The Elephantom (also West End), War Horse (also West End), Women Beware Women, 50 Years on Stage

For the RSC: Oppenheimer (also West End), The Shoemaker's Holiday

Other theatre includes: Running Wild, The Lorax, Faeries, Recycled Rubbish, Mojo, Mischief, Hospitalworks, Stilled, Brilliant, An Infinite Line Brighton, Little Universe, And the Rain Falls Down, The Bounce, A Few Short Exercises in Love, Clown, Beastie, The Visible Men

Work as movement or puppetry director: Don Quixote (puppetry co-director), Oppenheimer (West End movement restaging), War Horse (Berlin associate movement director), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (West End puppetry consultancy), 2012 London Olympic Opening Ceremony (assistant movement director), Goodnight Mister Tom (West End and tour associate puppetry director), Adventures in Packaging (puppetry consultancy), Groundhog day (movement workshops).

Laura Cubitt is an Associate Artist with Gyre & Gimble.

London Road, Gravity (movement artist), The Homeless Polar Bear, Alice

 

(Published May 2017)