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William McBride


William is a choreographer, writer and performer working professionally since 2005. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Drama and English), from the University of Queensland in 2006, and with a Post-Graduate Diploma in Performance Creation (Animateuring) from the Victorian College of Arts in 2013.


In addition to work with Alice Will Caroline, recent performance credits include: Laceship and The Prelude (Phillip Adams and Walter Dundervill), Playing Up (by Sibylle Peters at The Substation), The Bachelor (La Mama/Mechanic’s Institute), Aeon (Lz Dunne collaborations, Dance Massive/Live Works/PICA), Since I suppose... (one step at a time like this, Melbourne Festival), Hotel Obscura (Triage Live Art, FOLA, Arts House), and Marina Abramovic in Residence (Kaldor Public Arts, Project 30). He has also presented the performance-installations Bedding (World AIDS Conference, 2014) and Deliverance (Adelaide and Berlin, 2012).


Fellowships, residencies and workshops include: Keith and Elisabeth Murdoch Traveling Fellowship (Theatre); the Grace Marion Wilson Trust; Australia Council for the Arts (International Engagement Grant; ArtStart); City of Melbourne’s Boyd Studio 1; Arts House and Performance Space’s Time Place Space: Nomad; Strange Attractor; PIAF Connect; Vitalstatistix’s Adhocracy; Critical Path; and ZK/U (Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik).


In 2020, William led the DAMN Writing Project and participated in the Community Transmissions Online Art Residency. In 2022, William became Executive Producer of Phillip Adams BalletLab and Temperance Hall. He is currently in training to be an Alexander Technique practitioner.

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