Andrew Morrish

 
 
Andrew Morrish began performance improvisational work, part time, with Al Wunder's "Theatre of the Ordinary" in Melbourne in 1982.
In 1987 he co-founded the improvisational movement theatre duet “Trotman and Morrish” with Peter Trotman. Together they performed 14 self funded seasons in Melbourne in addition to numerous other one-off performances (including the Greenmill Dance Festival, Melbourne in 1994, 1995 and 1997). They also performed in the United States, most notably in the New York Improvisation Festival in 1995 and 1997. In 1999 they performed in "Antistatic" at the Performance Space (Sydney) and in "Dancers are Space-eaters" at PICA (Perth).
In 2000 he moved to Sydney and based his teaching and solo performance practice at Omeo Dance Studio. 
In 2002 he relocated his work to Europe and now teaches and performs regularly in Australia, France, the Nederlands, Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Estonia and the U.K.
In 2016 he taught and performed in Zagreb, (Croatia), Berlin, Stuttgart, Munich (Germany), Vienna,(Austria), Paris, Bouxwiller, (France), Goteborg,(Sweden),  Melbourne, Sydney, Orbost, Adelaide, Canberra (Australia), London, Bristol, Huddersfield, Falmouth(U.K.), and Poznan, (Poland). 
From 2008 until 2013 he was an Visiting Research Fellow in the Drama Division of Huddersfield University (U.K.)
In 2016 he was awarded the Dance Fellowship of the Australia Council for the  Arts (2016-2017).




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