Susanna Dye

Movement Experience  

(Whilst on the MA Movement)

2017 Teaching Assistant Cando2 Youth Dance Company 

2017 Workshop Assistant, National Youth Theatre mentored by Kane Husbands 

2017 Workshop Assistant, Candoco Dance Company Summer School   

2017 Movement Director, Collette, Directed by Amanda Brennan, MA Acting For Screen 

2017 Assistant Movement Director,Three, Arcola, National Youth Theatre 

2017 Movement Expression and Fundamentals, MA Advanced Theatre Practice, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, mentored by Ana Marambio 

Teaching/ Directing

(As movement director/ facilitator)

2016 Movement Director, Margaret of Anjou, ByJove Theatre

2016 Movement Workshop Facilitation, Royal Holloway Univeristy of London

2015 Movement Director, Pride & Prejudice, ByJove Theatre, the Cockpit

2015 Movement Workshop Facilitation, King's College London

(Devised movement/ as performer)  

2017 Dancing Letters, Word Festival, Cando2

2017 I Fly, The Place, Cando2 

2016 On Form and Fiction, Greenwhich Dance, Cando2

2014 Are We Shaved Yet? , The Boilerhouse: Royal Holloway, Univeristy of London 


Susanna is interested in how movement can tell stories by writing through space. Growing up, she trained and performed in acting, singing and dance. At university Susanna studied English and Drama, gaining skills and experience in devising theatre, gravitating towards physical theatre productions and movement modules. She also developed an interest in scenography, looking at aspects of space and the movement of the performer and audience in space and time.

After graduating, Susanna continued to explore performance processes where movement and the body are central. At Dance Research Studio, under the mentorship of Jacky Lansley, she trained in interdisciplinary performance practices and devised and performed in site-specific projects. She now enjoys training and performing with Candoco Dance Company who offer an inclusive creative environment for disabled and non disabled artists. While teaching MA Advanced Theatre Practice students at Central, Susanna offered principles of movement for students to integrate into their theatre making practice. The experience fuelled her interest in how she can facilitate the actor or student in an experience of self-discovery, confidence and ownership in their movement. Susanna is also movement director for ByJove Theatre Company who specialise in reinvigorating classical texts, myths and legends to explore contemporary issues.  


Contemporary Dance, choreography, devising movement and improvisation, Contact Improvisation and somatic movement practice (Body Mind Centering, Developmental Movement Patterns) ballet, historical dance. I am currently on a professional development course in Choreography at Siobhan Davies Studios.