Previously at Chichester, the Chichester Festival Youth Theatre productions of The Hundred and One Dalmatians, Noah and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and the world premiere of Festival 2012’s A Marvellous Year for Plums.
Choreography and directing credits include Tommy (New Wolsey Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Nottingham Playhouse, Birmingham Rep, Sheffield Crucible, Stratford East); Orfeo ed Euridice (Longborough Festival); My Silent World (BalletBoyz/Channel 4-Random Acts); 2012 Paralympics Opening Ceremony (London Olympic Stadium); Starting Here, Starting Now, Just So, Peter Pan, Marry Me a Little (University of Chichester); Cabaret (Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts); Money Makes the World Go Round and Echoes in the Night (Carnival UK/3 Pins Productions); The Who's Tommy – 30th Anniversary (Greenwich Theatre); As You Like It (Oxford Shakespeare Company); The Threepenny Opera,Reasons To Be Cheerful, Sequins and Snowballs,Blood Wedding and Wheels on Broadway (Graeae Theatre); The Boys from Syracuse, Call Me Madam and Ace of Clubs (Union Theatre); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Arts Educational Schools); Die Fledermaus (Oslo Opera House); Aladdin (Lyric Hammersmith); Carousel (Royal Academy of Music); West Side Story and Shoes (Sadler's Wells); The Witches of Eastwick (Institute Arts of Barcelona); Sasha Regan’s Iolanthe (UK tour).
For Deaf Men Dancing Let Us Tell You a Story, Corazón a Corazón, Hear! Hear!, Rosa (Sadler’s Wells); The Soundmen, Alive!, Ten and Embrace (Mayor of London's Liberty Festival, Greenwich and Dockland International Festival).
Off-West End and Broadwayworld UK Awards Best Choreographer nominations for Iolanthe and Ace of Clubs.
Mark Smith is the Artistic Director of Deaf Men Dancing and DMD+.
Trained at the Royal Ballet School and London Studio Centre.