Many current and former New Adventures dancers are choreographers themselves. This is a list of several of them along with works they have choreographed or movement directed.

James Cousins Edit

James Cousins Company: Rosaline (coming 2016, inspired by Shakespeare's As You Like It), Without Stars, Everything and Nothing, Within Her Eyes (film)

Encore Dance Company: The Tides (2016)

LCDS: Sometimes Even Now (2015)

Oper Graz: Photographs and Souvenirs (2014)

Royal Ballet of Flanders: With Nothing More Than Hope (2013)

Scottish Ballet: Jealousy (2013), Still It Remains (2013)

National Ballet of Chile: With Every Goodbye (2013)

Edge 13: As the Dust Settles (2013)

Verve 12: Dark in the Afternoon (2012)

Tom Jackson Greaves Edit

Current and upcoming shows: Tribe (May 2016), Footloose (Alexandra Theatre - April 2016), Romeo & Juliet (Watermill Theatre - February 2016).

Previous shows: Seven Deadly Sins, Vanity Fowl, Beauty & the Beast (Arts Ed, 2016), Juicy and Delicious (Nuffield Theatre, 2015), Teddy (Southwark Playhouse, 2015), The Glass Menagerie (Headlong Theatre, 2015), So Here We Are (Manchester Royal Exchange 2015), When We Were Women (Orange Tree Theatre, 2015), The Crocodile (Pavilion Theatre, 2015), Defect (Arts Ed, 2015), Buds (Arts Ed, 2014), Cherry Jubilee (RAD, 2014), Lift (Soho Theatre, 2013).

Christopher Marney Edit

Ballet Black: new piece premiering 18 March 2016 (Barbican), War Letters, Two of a Kind, Dogs Don't Do Ballet

Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty (associate choreographer)

McQueen the Play: 12 May-27 June 2015 (St James Theatre), 27 August-17 October 2015 (Theatre Royal Haymarket)

Ballet Central: Carousel Dances, Scenes from a Wedding

Images of Dance: Carnival of the Animals

Hotel Follies

Drew McOnie Edit

The McOnie Company: Drunk: 5 February-1 March 2014, Bridewell Theatre (previously Leicester Curve), Making Midnight: 8-10 November 2012, Slaughter: 17 September 2010

Strictly Ballroom: opening November 2016 in Leeds

Jesus Christ Superstar: 15 July-27 August 2016, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Jekyll & Hyde: 20-28 May 2016, Old Vic

In the Heights: 3 October 2015-?, King's Cross Theatre (previously at Southwark Playhouse)

Previous theatre: The Lorax (Old Vic), Hairspray (UK tour), Bugsy Malone (Lyric Hammersmith), Oklahoma (UK tour), Jack and the Beanstalk (Birmingham Hippodrome), The Sound of Music (Leicester Curve), Wonderful Town (Arts Educational), Little Women (Royal Academy of Music), Chicago (Leicester Curve), West Side Story (NYMT), British Style (in collaboration with Matthew Bourne, Buckingham Palace), Laurel and Hardy (Watermill Theatre, Newbury), Kiss of the Spider Woman (Arts Educational), 13 (NMT), James and the Giant Peach (Birmingham Stage Company), The Last Maharajah (workshop, Wyndhams Theatre), Dear Edwina (The Lost Theatre), Soho Cinders (Soho Theatre, Queens Theatre, Arts Educational), Patience (Union Theatre), Tommy (English Theatre Frankfurt), All the Fun at the Fair (No.1 UK Tour), Dames at Sea (Union Theatre), Spring Awakening (English Theatre Frankfurt), On the 20th Century (Union Theatre), The Full Monty (English Theatre Frankfurt), KES (Liverpool Playhouse), Call Me Madam (Arts Educational), Be Mine!, The Old Man of Lochnagar (NYB, Sadler's Wells), Grand Hotel (Arts Educational), Monochrome Suite (NYB, Sadler's), Out in the Heat (Peacock Theatre).

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