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Camille Litalien is a native of Paris, France. She pursued her professional training at the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance in New York. She then completed an MA in Scenography at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. As a performer, Camille worked extensively throughout Europe and North America, with the likes of Matthew Hawkins, Claude Brumachon, Igal Perry, Ramon Oller, Luc Tremblay, Salud Lopez, Kerry Nichols and Emma Diamond. Recent Performance credits in London, UK include The Skin Of Our Teeth (David Lan, Young Vic Theatre), Gounod’s Faust (David McVicar and Michael Keegan Dolan, The Royal Opera House), Spring Awakening (Yael Shavit, Jerwood Space), Night Light and Life in the Folds (Sinead Rushe, Out of Inc). Before co-founding Indian Runner Production, Camille was the artistic director of .AINT. &. INNER. Dance Theatre (2001-2004) that enjoyed successful runs in the UK and abroad. As an individual artist, Camille has had works commissioned by Les Ballets de Lorraine in Nancy, France; the Art Academy of Culture in Riga, Latvia; and ACT International Dance and Drama festival in Bilbao. This year, she directed Like the rain when it stops by the new circus company Collectif and Then, that enjoyed successful runs in the UK and Switzerland. In parallel to her artistic career, Camille works in Academia: Before joining Utah State University (USA) in 2010 as a Dance and Movement Assistant Professor, she was Head of Movement in the BA Collaborative and Devised Theatre at The Central School of Speech and Drama in London for 6 years. Her primary interest lies in the study of embodiment through choreography, improvisation, devised theatre, somatic and movement studies.


Indian Runner Production is an experimental arts organisation dedicated to the creation and production of physically innovative work. London-based and not for profit, our mission is to present live performances that heighten and transform audiences' perceptions of theatre, by creating a language that captures a true integration of movement with other theatrical mediums. We seek to create and produce innovative physical and theatrical performances that explore and extend spatial possibilities.