Clemmie Sveaas

Clemmie SveaasCredits include: Dr Dee (ENO, London) The Princess in The Most Incredible Thing (Sadler’s Wells 2011/12 and BBC4 ); Two Gentlemen of Verona (Royal & Derngate), Mojo (Theatre Rites, Barbican), Doctor Dee (Manchester International Festival);Pleasures Progress (ROH2); Aida (Royal Opera House); Eternal Damnation to Sancho and Sanchez (Sadler’s Wells); Swan Trilogy(Ballet Graz); Cattle Call (Phoenix Dance Theatre); Cabaret (Lyric Theatre, West End);Carousel (Chichester Festival Theatre); Ghosts and Pinocchio both at ROH2, Anatomy of a Storyteller (ROH2/ARC); and Seasons 2003/4 for Rambert Dance Company, and 2007/8 for Phoenix Dance Theatre.

Performed and collaborated on works by Choreographers/Directors such as: Javier De Frutos, William Tuckett, Fin Walker, Kim Brandstrup, Cathy Marston, Arthur Pita, Darrel Toulon, Ian Spink, Jane Dudley, Jose Limone, Rafael Bonachela, Carol Armitage, Rufus Norris, Matthew Dunster, Angus Jackson, Sue Buckmaster and David MacVicar