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Rory Mackay



Born in Glasgow, Rory Mackay trained at the Dance School of Scotland and the Royal Ballet School. He danced with English National Ballet from 1996 to 2002, dancing in most of the company's repertory. He joined Birmingham Royal Ballet in 2002, First Artist 2005.

REPERTORY INCLUDES
Frederick Ashton: Enigma Variations (Hew David Steuart Powell), La Fille mal gardé (Widow Simone) and Monotones II
David Bintley: Beauty and the Beast (Bailiff), Cyrano (Rageuneau), Arthur, Sylvia (Pirate) and David Bintley and Galina Samsova's production of Giselle (Hilarion)
John Cranko: The Lady and the Fool (Midas)
Michael Kopinski: Dumbarton Oaks
Kenneth MacMillan: Romeo and Juliet (Tybalt)
Twyla Tharp: Nine Sinatra Songs ('That's Life')
Peter Wright's productions of Coppélia (Dr Coppélius), The Nutcracker (Spanish Dance, Drosselmeyer, King Rat) and The Sleeping Beauty (Wolf)

CREATED ROLES
Jonathan Payn: Into the Ferment (Willie)


Last updated 30 August 2010
Rory Mackay; photo: Roy Smiljanic

Rory Mackay; photo: Roy Smiljanic

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