Ingrid Mackinnon is a London based movement director, choreographer and intimacy director.
Intimacy credits include: Regents Park Open Air Theatre Season Associate: Intimacy Support 2023:
The Tempest, Every Leaf A Hallelujah, Once On This Island; Es & Flo (Wales Millennium Centre / The Kiln Theatre); Phaedra (National Theatre); Super High Resolution (Soho Theatre); Enough of Him (National Theatre of Scotland); Girl on An Altar (Kiln Theatre); Regents Park Open Air Theatre Season Associate: Intimacy Support 2022: Antigone, 101 Dalmatians, Legally Blonde, Carousel;
As Movement Director and Choreographer credits include: Every Leaf A Hallelujah (Regents Park Open Air Theatre); The Meaning of Zong (Barbican/Bristol Old Vic/UK Tour); Blue (ENO); Further than the Furthest Thing (Young Vic); Trouble in Butetown (Donmar Warehouse); Enough of Him (National Theatre of Scotland); A Dead Body In Taos (Fuel Theatre); The Darkest Part of The Night, Girl on an Altar (Kiln); Playboy of the West Indies (Birmingham Rep); Moreno (Theatre 503); Red Riding Hood (Stratford East); Antigone (Mercury, Colchester); Romeo and Juliet (Regents Theatre Open Air Theatre); Liminal – Le Gateau Chocolat (King’s Head); Liar Heretic Thief (Lyric Hammersmith); Reimagining Cacophony (Almeida); First Encounters: The Merchant Of Venice, Kingdom Come (RSC); Josephine (Theatre Royal Bath); Typical (Soho); #WeAreArrested (Arcola/RSC); The Border (Theatre Centre); Fantastic Mr. Fox(as Associate Movement Director, Nuffield Southampton/National/International Tour); Hamlet, #DR@CULA! (RCSSD); Bonnie & Clyde (UWL: London College of Music).
Ingrid won Best Choreographer at the Black British Theatre Awards 2021 for her work on Romeo and Juliet (Regent’s Park).
Ingrid holds an MA in Movement: Directing and Teaching from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.