Javier De Frutos

Javier De Frutos trained in Venezuela, at the London School of Contemporary Dance and Merce Cunningham School, New York

Choreography includes

For the National: wonder.land, Everyman, Table, London Road, Death and the King's Horseman

In London's West End: Cabaret

Numerous other productions include: Thresh/Hold, Kamasutra, The Most Incredible Thing, Macbeth, Carousel, Elsa Canasta, Milagros

Olivier Award: Cabaret; also nominated for Elsa Canasta, Milagros, London Road

Evening Standard Award: The Most Incredible Thing

Other awards: 1995 Paul Hamlyn Award, 1996 Bagnolet Prix d'Auteur, 1997 South Bank Show Award, 2004 Time Out Live Award, 2005 Critics' Circle National Dance Awards (Best Choreography - Modern)


Javier De Frutos established the Javier De Frutos Dance Company in 1994. In 2000 he was among the first fellowships of The Arts Council of England, and from 2006 until 2008 he was Artistic Director of Phoenix Dance Theatre.



Published February 2013