Clara Giraud

Clara is an independent creative producer and theatre maker.  She has been working with Joseph since 2008, when they met at Central School of Speech and Drama on the MA in Advanced Theatre Practice.  In 2010, she undertook an internship with Fuel, which was closely followed by a mentorship at Chisenhale Dance Space, launching her career as a producer.  Clara also produces live artist Tom Marshman and is a co-founder of PanicLab.  She tweets as @claragiraud  [website]
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Zlata Camdzic

(Dramaturge: Giselle, or I’m too Horny to be a Prince, Performer: Tuga, Balkaen Game; Three Ladies, Three Whores and an Uninvited Guest and Perverts!)
Zlata has been involved in making theatre for over 20 years. Although she has background in classical acting, after finishing a Masters degree in Performing at the Central School of Speech and Drama she has mainly worked in devised and collaborative theatre. She is a co founder of PanicLab and she is currently researching a piece on immigration in the UK which will be performed in London next year.
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Sarah Cattrall

(Performer: Diaghilev on the Beach)
Sarah trained in classical ballet and contemporary for many years before moving into the realms of performance art and dance theatre.  She trained at Laban  where she explored physical theatre, contact improvisation and live performance.  Fuelled by a desire for unlimited self expression combined with explorations into BDSM she is now currently embarking on a collaboration with a fellow student which aims to explore the themes of gender, shame and exposure in the format of one to one performance practice.
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Tim CJ Chew

(Associate Artist: Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking, Performer: Tuga)
Tim has danced with Joseph Mercier since 2010 and is a keen collaborator for future works. He has also undertaken various freelance performance jobs from contemporary dance to commercial work throughout London. Tim trained at Laban and is currently pursuing his masters with EDge (2012) at London Contemporary Dance School.
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Natalie Clarke

(Dramaturge: Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking and Giselle, or I’m too Horny to be a Prince, Performer: Diaghilev on the Beach; Tuga and Balkaen Game)
Natalie is a live artist living and working in London. She mainly makes work in collaboration with artist Hana Tait (as part of tattenbaum-deluca) and with choreographer Joseph Mercier (as a devisor/performer and dramaturg). She studied at Dartington College of Arts and has previously worked with PanicLab, Antique Women, Living Strcutures, Mem Morrison and Station House Opera. [website]

Ziggy Jacobs

(Lighting Design: Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking, Giselle, or I’m too Horny to be a Prince and Tuga)
Ziggy graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama with a degree in Lighting Design. Since arriving in the UK from America, she has worked with a variety of companies and venues spanning genres of performance from opera to puppetry, physical theatre to live art. Her credits include work with Complicité, the English National Opera, Curve Theatre, and the 2010 Michael Northen Bursary for lighting design. [website]
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Sebastian Langueneur

(Performer: Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking)
Sebastian is a graduate of John Moores Univeirsty in Choreograhy and Performance and was first Male Performer with JMUpstart. He explored multi ethnic dance styles and multimedia technology during Liverpool Capital Culture (Mocha Productions 2009) and China Pearl Dance Company 2010. He has performed with National Dance Company Wales (‘Plunge Project’), Movema Dance Company, Dynion Pro, Joanne Fong, Nigel Charnock and Gary Clark. In September 2010 he  toured with Earthfall Dance Company in ‘The Factory’.
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Leila MacMillan

(Rehearsal Coach and Company Class: Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking)
Leila is an international performer, choreographer, teacher.  She studied at Laban (BA Contemporary Dance Theatre & MA Performance) and was a member of Transitions Dance Company 2004/05.  She’s performed for choreographers David Zambrano, Layla Rosa, Lea Anderson and has choreographed extensively in the UK and abroad; she was the 2008 receipient of  the Blueprint Bursary.  Leila was one of 50 international artists invited to Zambrano´s project 50 Days Flying Low and Passing Through in Costa Rica and became a member of 50collecitve.  She has taught in London at Laban, Chisenhale Dance Space, Greenwich Dance and Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance; Internationally in Italy, Slovenia, Argentina and throughout the USA.   [website]
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Dinah Mullen

(Sound Design: Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking; Tuga, Three Ladies, Three Whores and an Uninvited Guest and Perverts!)
Dinah gained her BA in Sound and Image design at Rose Bruford and has been working as a freelance designer since 2003. She has collaborated with Joseph Mercier from 2008. Recent work includes creating 24 hours of sound for Warmbabys’ The Wet Dream’ at this years Burning Man Festival and Swifter Higher Stronger performed this summer at the Roundhouse and CPT by Roundpeg Theatre Company.
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Dwayne Simms

(Performer: Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking)
Dwayne  is a performer and choreographer from Nottingham.  He trained at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance and has developed close relationships  with Dance 4 – Nottingham,  the Edinburgh Fringe festival, Opera Estate, Italy and Certamen  Coerografico de Madrid.  He has worked with: Tiia Ourilla, Andile Sotiya, and Douglas Thorpe in Leeds, RODA, a collective of professional dancers committed to research and development, David Hernandez at the Impulstanz Dance Festival in Vienna taking part in “Movement Logic & Elastic Choreography”.  Dwayne uses photography, sculpture, text and textiles to ignite his creative processes.  Currently he has an ongoing collaboration with Dr Peter Lovatt ( Dr Dance) for the tour Inspired Psychology Danced.
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Lorna Thomas

(Costume Design: Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking and Diaghilev on the Beach)
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