'Tomorrow' in rehearsal
Tomorrow is a new dance work created by Rambert, Britain’s national dance company, inspired by Macbeth. Choreographer Lucy Guerin uses movement from a recent production.
Coming soon to Shakespeare Lives, 'Tomorrow' is a new dance work created by Rambert, Britain’s national dance company, inspired by Macbeth. Award-winning choreographer Lucy Guerin uses movement from a recent production of the play which she co-directed, and repurposes it to create an abstract work evoking the dark psychological world inhabited by Shakespeare’s notorious villain.
Tomorrow has its premiere at Sadler’s Wells in London from 10 – 14 May 2016, before touring the UK 2016 – 17. It will also be available to watch internationally on the Shakespeare Lives website.
Tomorrow is developed from the collaboration between Lucy Guerin and theatre director Carrie Cracknell on Macbeth, a Young Vic/Birmingham Repertory Theatre/HOME co-production, in association with Lucy Guerin Inc. It was originally developed at the Jerwood Studio at Sadler’s Wells.
Simone Damberg Würtz
Choreographer: Lucy Guerin
Rehearsal Director: Angela Towler
Camera: David Kaplowitz
Producer/editor: Lyndsey Winship
Filmed at: Rambert, London 21 April 2016