About Steven Hoggett
Steven Hoggett’s recent work as movement director/ choreographer includes Burn, co-created with Alan Cumming for the National Theatre of Scotland at the Edinburgh International Festival, on tour across Scotland and at the Joyce Theater in New York City; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway, in the West End and internationally; Angels in America on Broadway; The Crucible on Broadway; The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in the West End and on Broadway, The Ocean at The End of the Lane, Pinocchio and The Light Princess for the National Theatre; The Last Ship, Rocky, American Idiot and Peter and the Starcatcher on Broadway; Let the Right One In for National Theatre of Scotland, in the West End and at St Anne’s Warehouse; The Glass Menagerie on Broadway and at Edinburgh International Festival; Once on Broadway and in the West End; Saint Joan at the Public Theater; and as associate director / movement, Black Watch for National Theatre of Scotland and at St Anne’s Warehouse.
As director, recent work includes Social! The Social Distance Dance Club at Park Avenue Armory; and Close to You: Bacharach Reimagined at New York Theatre Workshop and in the West End. Hoggett was a founding Artistic Director of Frantic Assembly Theatre Company, and with Scott Graham co-wrote The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre (Routledge).