Patricia Doyle’s current work to date…
2014 – 2017
As co-director – a new ballet for The Slovak Ballet, Nijinsky, a three act ballet world premiered in Bratislava in November 2015, directed and choreographed by Daniel de Andrada, with music by Carl Davis, both selected from the period with and additional composed music. Designer Mark Bailey.
Ballet Black – Dramatic advisor on Red Riding Hood, choreographer Annabel Rocha Ochoa. Spring 2017
As Dramatic associate – The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, a new ballet for Northern Ballet, world premiering in 2017, choreographed by Daniel de Andrada, with music composed by Gary Yershon, designed by Mark Bailey and lighting by Tim Mitchell.
Created and directed the London International Theatre Experience (LITE) for the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. Summer 2016
LITE for the NYT Summer 2017. As director.
Continuing work with American Theatre students, and directing courses at the The Actors Centre in London.
Continuing mentoring RADA students and NYTREP company members.
Patricia’s plans for 2014 include a new ballet of Nijinsky in 2015, Actors Centre workshop March, continuing work with National Youth Theatre (mentoring and workshop), Trinity College London (student assessments), RADA (mentor), revivals of ballets for Northern Ballet in Leeds and on tour. And she has directed a short film, No Man’s Land, which is now finished and will go out to festivals etc. in the spring.
December 2013 – Northern Ballet, Leeds:
Rehearsals for the revivals of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Cleopatra, and for the new Cinderella for its premiere at Leeds Grand Theatre in December 2013 before National touring.
Central School of Ballet, London:
Scene work with third year students as part of the Drama component of their professional dance degree training.
Tutor for American University Theatre Courses in London, based on London Theatre.
Mentors for RADA and NYT.
Trinity College, London:
Assessor for Professional Acting courses at major accredited Drama schools.