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Tom Jackson Greaves

Marc Elliott, Certh Flinn, Tom Jackson-Greaves, Patrick Brennan & Paul Duckworth. Paint Your Wagon rehearsals. Photograph by Brian Roberts.
Marc Elliott, Certh Flinn, Tom Jackson-Greaves, Patrick Brennan & Paul Duckworth. Paint Your Wagon rehearsals. Photograph by Brian Roberts.

Tom Jackson Greaves
Choreographer, Paint Your Wagon

Tom studied at London Contemporary Dance School. He was a winner of the New Adventures Choreographer Award in 2012, the Marion North Mentorship Award in 2015 and is an associate artist of The Watermill.

Previous work for Everyman & Playhouse: Fiddler on the Roof – “Broadway World Nomination” and The Conquest of the South Pole (Everyman Company 2017 season); The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Everyman and Shakespeare’s Globe) and The Glass Menagerie (Playhouse / Headlong / West Yorkshire Playhouse).

Other choreographer credits include: Spring Awakening (The Hope Mill, Manchester); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Borrowers, Twelfth Night and Romeo and Juliet (The Watermill); Teddy (Southwark Playhouse/ UK Tour / The Vaults); Boudica (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Life (Southwark Playhouse); Frankenstein (The Watermill / Wiltons Music Hall); Tristan and Yseult restaging (Kneehigh Theatre); Peter and the Starcatcher (Northampton Royal & Derngate); The Ostrich Boys (Coventry Belgrade); Juicy and Delicious (Nuffield Theatre); So Here We Are (Royal Exchange, Manchester); When We Were Women (The Orange Tree); The Crocodile (Manchester International Festival); Shadowthief (Barnsley Civic); Kerry Ellis at the Palladium (London Palladium); LIFT (Soho Theatre) and music videos for C. Duncan, Boy George and Clare Maguire.

Past works include: Run For Your Life (Kneehigh Theatre); Neptunalia (Cscape Dance Company); Seven Deadly Sins (UK Tour) and Vanity Fowl (Sadler’s Wells).

He also directs his own dance-theatre creations and will be launching his own company in 2018.

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