Ada Mukhina (1988, St. Petersburg, Russia, she/her) is a nomadic artist and theatre-maker, with a focus on politically/socially engaged, documentary and participatory performance. Her practices include directing, performing, curating, writing, teaching and researching. Her theatre work has been presented in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, South Africa, the USA and Russia, and her texts about theatre were published in various languages.
She has received the International Theatre Institute and Goethe-Institute award to complete a directing internship at Rimini Protokoll’s production, CEC ArtsLink art-residency in California, Berlin Stipendium from Akademie der Künste (Berlin Academy of Arts), the Chevening Scholarship, the German Chancellor Fellowship for tomorrow’s leaders from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Currently she is a participant of the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics at the Georgetown University. She is an adviser and consultant for international theatre festivals and art organisations, as well as visiting lecturer at the arts schools in Russia, the UK and the USA.
More information: http://adamukhina.com/
Working with Young People
We are delighted that our associate company the Regional Theatre Young Directors Scheme (RTYDS) will be curating and delivering the program for emerging directors, producers, designers and artists whilst we temporarily reduce our key operations throughout June and July 2020. Find out what events we have plannedClose