Morgann Runacre-Temple

Choreographer
Morgann Runacre-Temple

Morgann began choreographing at school, winning the Central School of Ballet Choreography Award in 2002 and 2003.

She has made work for English National Ballet; Ballet Central; The Print Room; Images of Dance; Northern Ballet Choreographic Lab 2016; Royal Ballet Participation; BBC Young Dancer of the Year; and Poppy Hotel for Wilton's Music Hall. In partnership with Jessica Wright, she directs and choreographs dance films. Credits include: Curing Albrecht (English National Ballet & Manchester International Festival, BBC iPlayer); The Last Resort (English National Ballet and Tate Liverpool); and The Try Out (Channel 4 Random Acts). As movement director/choreographer her theatre credits include Persuasion (Royal Exchange); assistant choreographer for Ivo Van Hove’s production of Lazarus (Kings Cross Theatre); random/generations (Chichester Festival Theatre); and The Crucible (Storyhouse Chester). For Opera: Barber of Seville (Grande Theatre Geneve, WNO). She has created over 10 works for Ballet Ireland since 2005 including five full-length ballets: Cinderella (2009); Romeo & Juliet (2010); Scheherazade (2011); Carmen (2013); and Coppelia (2015).

Morgann performed as a dancer for companies including Ballet Ireland, Rosie Kay Dance Company and the Curve Foundation. She trained at Central School of Ballet and London Contemporary Dance School and was a recipient of Dance East Rural Retreat Award for Future Dance Leaders 16/17.