PAUL GOODWIN
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

 

Paul is an actor, teacher and director specialising in classical text, particularly the work of Shakespeare. As an actor he has worked with the National Theatre, Cheek by Jowl, and the Royal Shakespeare Company. In 2008 Paul graduated with an MA in voice studies from Central, followed by a year with the RSC working in the Text, Voice and Artist Development department. From 2009 – 2017 he was Course Director of MA Acting at Drama Centre London/University of the Arts, leading a 45 week intensive post graduate conservatoire training course, 8 weeks of which were spent at the Vakhtangov school in Moscow. Paul continues to teach internationally, leading Shakespeare scene study in English, and is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Dmitriy Saratsky

ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE

Composer/Sound Designer - Macbeth

Professional composer, sound producer, orchestrator and arranger. Dmitriy specializes in musical theatre, music for movies, games and pop music. He has more than 15 years’ experience of composing, arranging and sound producing music for various music shows and projects.

Among his works there are Opening Ceremony for the 30th anniversary of the Ukrainian National Olympic Committee, National Award "National Legend of Ukraine" and more. Dima was selected by the Office of the President of Ukraine, in this historical year, to compose music for the annual Address of President Volodymyr Zelenskyi to celebrate Ukraine’s Independence Day on 24th August 2022.

Cheska Bridge

ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE

Movement Specialist - Macbeth

Cheska began her dance career in Paris, and moved to New York as associate director with an experimental physical theatre company. She works internationally as a movement specialist / director working in film, theatre, opera and the contemporary art world. She teaches Movement and Ballet for Drama Schools, coaches acting and movement for private clients. Cheska is the founder of Integrated Body Mind Life Coaching and is a Movement Practitioner for Hope Tree Clinic in London. 
Cheska is currently researching new movement practices for actors, combining the fields of neurology, movement repatterning and fitness training to bring movement training in line with the industry's needs.