KATE SAGOVSKY is an artist who specialises in making live performance. She is Artistic Director of MOVING DUST. Kate trained in movement & dance at both Laban (2008) & The Central School of Speech & Drama (2007), after completing a degree in English Literature at Oxford University (2006). Kate’s work with MOVING DUST (formerly Freefall) has been performed in theatre & dance festivals around the UK. Other productions as Director include A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Cambridge Arts Theatre) & LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST (The Metropolitan Arts Centre, Tokyo, & UK Tour). Kate has also worked extensively as a movement director (including for: Royal Shakespeare Company; Paines Plough; Nabokov; Commonwealth; Theatre Royal Stratford East; BAC; The Bush; The Oxford Playhouse); & as Associate Director for performances at the Barbican, Glastonbury, & the Queen Elizabeth Hall (Southbank Centre). In 2013 she worked as a Staff Director at the National Theatre on THE HUSH. In 2011 she was Resident Movement Practitioner at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Research work includes work as a visiting lecturer (actor-movement) at The Globe, & other drama schools such as LAMDA, CSSSD, RCS, & AFDA (Cape Town); & co-writing LABAN'S EFFORTS IN ACTION with Vanessa Ewan (to be pub. Bloomsbury 2015).