Naomi Said

Theatre includes, Movement Direction and Choreography Limehouse (Donmar Warehouse), Whisper House (Other Palace), Watership Down (Watermill), Kevin Spacey Gala (The Old Vic), Robin Hood (The Egg/Theatre Royal Bath), Scouse (Grand Central Hall Liverpool), Wasted (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Love Story (Royal Academy of Music), Allegro (Oxford School of Drama) and on the award-winning production To Kill A Mockingbird (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre).

As Movement Associate or Assistant Little Dogs (Frantic Assembly/National Theatre Wales), The Taming of the Shrew (RSC), War Correspondents (Birmingham Rep/Greenwich and Docklands International Festival), The Marriage of Figaro (Opera Holland Park) and Lord of the Flies (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre).

From 2011-2012, Naomi was Resident Company Movement Practitioner at the RSC, where projects included The Heart of Robin Hood, The Comedy of Errors and workshop for Much Ado About Nothing. She has been a Practitioner with Frantic Assembly since 2010, leading workshops and residencies throughout the UK and internationally, working as creative on projects including Co-director, 60 Hugs (Ignition, Corby Cube), Movement Consultant Tanika's Journey (Deafinitely Theatre) and performing in productions including Ensemble in Dr Dee (ENO/MIF) and Ensemble/Cover Mrs Shears/Punk Girl/Dance Captain in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (National Theatre/West End).

She also works as an actress, theatre education and community practitioner and as a visiting dance/movement tutor at Oxford School of Drama, Royal Academy of Music, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and for the NT Studio Director's Course.