Chris is a Choreographer, Movement Director and Director who works across the UK on various theatrical Projects.
Recently Chris has Choreographed Midnight at the Union Theatre. Other recent credits include; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man), Henry V and Taming of the Shrew (Petersfield Shakespeare Festival), Super Hero (UK Tour, NYMT), Top Hat (Theatre Royal, Norwich).
Chris has been nominated for 2018 Off West End Award, Best Choreography for his work on ‘A Night at the Oscars’ and ‘Midnight’.
Chris teaches regularly at Rose Bruford Theatre College, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama and works as Workshop Facilitator and Choreographer for the National Youth Music Theatre.
Currently Chris is the Artistic Director of Taylorian Productions, a Theatre company based on the Isle of Man. Patron – Samantha Barks.
Gaiety Theatre, Isle Of Man – Summer 2018 Director Choreographer – Chris Cuming Musical Director – Kelvin Towse Associate Director & Choreographer – Scott Hunter Designer – Nick Murley Lighting Designer – Lee Stennett Sound Designer – Alex Linney Producer – Matt James
National Youth Music Theatre UK Tour 2017 Bury St Edmunds Leicester Curve Rose Kingston Written by Adam Johnson and Henry Roadnight Director – Kate Golledge Choreographer – Chris Cuming Designer – Richard Cooper Musical Director – Nick Chave Lighting Designer – Jai Morjaria Production photographs taken by Tom Wren
Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London Radlette Centre, Radlette Director – Bronagh Logan Choreographer – Chris Cuming Musical Director – Ben Ferguson Lighting Designer – Aaron Dooston Produced by Aria Entertainments
Teaching & Community Theatre
Chris loves to work with young people and to nurture talent and work to grow and ensure a good foundation is set up for them to grown and develop. This doesn’t stop at young people as Chris works extensively in the world of community Theatre.
Chris teaches regularly at Several Drama Schools and was a lecturer at The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama after studying there for two years.
Chris also helps to manage and facilitate the workshop plans for National Youth Music Theatre and acts as a Choreographer for productions and concerts.
Chris’ work in Community Theatre extends to delivering workshops across the country and directing productions for established theatre companies who use semi-pro and locals community chorus’ to put on musicals. Chris has produced shows at some of the UK’s Number 1 touring venues.