Wayne Sables – Artistic Director
Wayne graduated from Bretton Hall with a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance. In combination with his work as a performer, Wayne is a teacher and facilitator in many different areas of dance and theatre.
In 2003 he was the artist in residence at the VAE (Vermont Arts Exchange, USA). This involved working with all aspects of the local community as well as training dancers from Benninton University. From here, Wayne became the movement director for Red Ladders theatre piece ‘Freefalling’ in 2004.
He also choreographed several youth dance works for Yorkshire Dance Centre. In addition to this Wayne choreographed and performed in a dance film piece entitled ‘Traffic’.
In 2005 he became the apprentice dancer for Vincent Dance Theatre’s ‘Broken Cords’ before devising and touring with QDOS Dance Theatre’s ‘Under the Influence’.
In 2006 the Wayne Sables Project was formed; in 2007 he choreographed and performed in ‘Insideout’, a short dance film as well as devising ‘Human Condition’, a live dance theatre piece for three females. Wayne has also performed with Slung Low Theatre Company.
In March 2008 Wayne was commissioned by the New Dance Alliance, New York, USA to create a solo based on his film‘Insideout’, which he performed at the Joyce Soho, NYC. Recently, Wayne directed and performed in his all male piece ‘Is It Me’ and choreographed an all female piece ‘Only Human’, which will be toured as a double bill in Spring/Autumn 2009.
As well as choreographing, Wayne Sables Project creates dance film for professional and community groups and companies.