Will Duke

Studied Fine Arts and Arts History at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art from 1991 to 1994 and Fine Arts at the Glasgow School of Art afterwards. He has been a video designer for contemporary dance and theatre since 2009, with the Lost Dog Dance Group in, among others »The Rain Parade« (Director: Ben Duke and Raquel Meseguer, 2009), in »Discombobulator« (Director: Ben Duke, 2010) at Dance Umbrella, Purcell Rooms, as well as in »The Difference Engine« (Director: Ben Duke, 2011) at the Gate Theatre.
Further video works in »Where Have I Been All My Life« (Direction: Theresa Heskins, 2012) at New Vic Theatre, in »Of Mice and Men« (Direction: Douglas Rintoul, 2012) at the Watermill Theatre, in »Hitchcock Blonde« by Terry Johnson (Direction: Natalie Abrahami, 2013) at the Hull Truck Theatre, in »Above Me The Wide Blue Sky« by David Harradine and Samantha Butler (Direction: David Harradine und Samantha Butler, 2013) at the Young Vic, in »Landscape II« by Melanie Wilson (Director: Melanie Wilson, 2013) at the Dublin Fringe Festival, in »Dusk« by David Harradine and Samantha Butler (Direction: David Harradine und Samantha Butler, 2014) at the Young Vic, in »Mountaineering« (Direction: non zero one, 2015) at The Roundhouse, in »The Encounter« (Direction: Simon McBurney, 2015) at the Edinburgh International Festival and in »Queen Anne« by Helen Edmundson (Direction: Natalie Abrahami, 2015) at the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Schaubühne

Beware of Pity by Stefan Zweig, Direction: Simon McBurney (2015)

In this season

Beware of Pity

by Stefan Zweig
In a version by Simon McBurney, James Yeatman, Maja Zade and the ensemble
Direction: Simon McBurney