Mitch has previously tutored at Gormanston Drama Summer School
MITCH MITCHELSON – As a freelance teacher, Mitch has taught and directed in a diversity of colleges and institutions including Rose Bruford, Central School of Speech and Drama, East 15, Italia Conti, St. Mary’s University, The Royal College of Music and many more. Having worked in Theatres in Bath and London’s East end he set up the street arts company Original Mixture. He subsequently played Trinculo for Sphinx Theatre Co and John Majors dodgy clown brother Mickey Major for Comic Strip.
He has researched and directed elements of the 18th century pantomine The Necromancer for a conference on John Rich of Harelquin and Drury Lane fame. Over the last year he has directed and adapted the production Smog from the novel by Italo Calvino for St Mary’s University Theatre, London. He is currently working for Fourth Monkey productions, directing Arnold Wesker’s The Kitchen and developing a Goldoni play for the Edinburgh Festival and as a film consultant on behalf of The National Centre for Circus Arts in London, devised Victorian slapstick clown routines with and for the actor Daniel Ratcliffe.