About DYLAN READ
Dylan Read is a performer and theatre-maker.
He trained in theatre at the Ecole Jacques Lecoq, graduating in 2014, and is currently based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
His recent projects include work with Wils Wilson at the Royal Lyceum/Bristol Old Vic (Twelfth Night; The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other; Cockpit), Oceanallover (Transfigured; Orographic; Sea Hames; Not to Scale), Al Seed+Judith Milligan (The Shadow of Heaven), Ludens Ensemble (Alfred Jarry's Ubu Roi and Macbeth: Without Words) and Blood of the Young (Secret Show 1; Daphne Oram's Wonderful World of Sound). Dylan is a founding member of Théâtre Senza, with whom he has devised and toured Miraculi: Stories from Lampedusa; he has also worked as movement director for professional vocal ensemble Le Miroir; and as co-artistic director of international ensemble The Spleen.
His most recent solo performances include: Flying [Attempt no.2] and The Mask of Prōtoklētos (Syn Festival); Angelus Novus and The Letter (Bouffon Scratchings); as well as poetry readings for The Rimbaud and Verlaine Foundation, Poet in the City and The British Library. In Edinburgh, he performs in improvised movement and music collaborations with both Reconfigure and Something Smashing.
Dylan also teaches physical theatre, and has led movement workshops for Syn Festival and Rose Bruford College (Edinburgh), The Curious School of Puppetry (London), The Festival for European Anglophone Theatre Societies (Brussels), The University of Wisconsin (USA) and The French Institute for Choral Art (Poitiers).
He performs and teaches in English and French.