BRIDGET FISKE

Co-creator/ Choreographer / Director / Performer

www.bridgetfiske.com

Bridget is a multifaceted independent artist with a 20 year portfolio working in local, national and international contexts.

 

Bridget's work occurs on various scales and in various ways, including: since 2012 the international touring of urgent theatre productions with Belarus Free Theatre as Choreographic / Movement & Rehearsal Director (including ‘Burning Doors' with Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhina winner of ‘Best Ensemble’ Off West End Awards and listed in the New York Times 'Best Theatre of 2017'), being Choreographic & Rehearsal Director on ‘Counting Sheep: Staging A Revolution', creating and performing works for public space festivals and galleries, supporting and facilitating ways for people to develop voice and creativity e.g through the Be SpecACTive! EU commissioned project ‘YES Move. NO Move. (Moved?)’, performing in dance, theatre and film works e.g. Babylon ’13’s hybrid documentary ‘Iron Butterflies’ and making projects happen as a producer.

 

Other selected career highlights includes: Curatorial Assistant and Dancer on ‘Accented Body’ (Director/ Producer Cheryl Stock, 2006 Brisbane International Festival), Movement Director on ‘Trustees’ (Malthouse Theatre & Melbourne International Festival 2018), Associate Director & Curator on ‘Sufi In The City’ (Sarah Sayeed), company dancer with Australia’s premiere company making work for children and young people Buzz Dance Theatre, choreographing a mass participation performance as an Associate Artist of Company Chameleon, delivering guest and regular company classes for Expressions Dance Company, Bangarra Dance Theatre and more as well as teaching for The Lowry Centre for Advanced Training, the Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts, UCLan, University of Salford and more. Bridget completed a BA Dance and a BA Honours with Queensland University of Technology.