For WrightWorks director Nathan M. Wright, choreography goes far deeper than simply stringing movements together. It’s about connecting to the heartbeat of a story and drawing out the movement narrative that will best bring a production to life. It’s about creating an environment in which dancers, actors and volunteers alike can come together to enjoy an exceptional experience and feel that they are contributing to something meaningful. It’s about building a sense of community around the arts and stoking a passion for movement in all who cross his path.

With nearly 30 years’ experience and nominations for his work as both a performer and choreographer, Nathan is a driving force in the performance industry. After 14 successful years as a performer, Nathan began his transition into choreography and direction in 2006. He has since made a name for himself as a highly acclaimed and sought-after Artistic Director and Choreographer with an impressive portfolio that highlights the scope of his skill-set.

Nathan has a knack for breathing new energy into classic productions while maintaining a respectful nod to the timeless choreography that audiences love. His passion for storytelling has led him to large-scale productions where he has embraced the opportunity to create something powerful and impactful on an international platform. His talent for finding the tempo that best fits the style of the production makes him an asset to any project.

Showcasing experience in theatre, large-scale events, film and television, a few of his career highpoints include Head of Choreography and Staging Director for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Artistic Director for both Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 4th Islamic Solidarity Games, Director of Mass Choreography for the 2014 Winter Olympics, The 40th Anniversary of Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show, High Society at the prestigious Old Vic in London’s West End, and choreographing for the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.

Collaborate with WrightWorks to draw on the skill and experience that Nathan M. Wright has fine-tuned from years in the performance industry.