Mitchell Moreno's critically-acclaimed stage work spans drama, opera, circus, music theatre, and more experimental practice. Unifying all of this is an approach which combines visually inventive, multi-disciplinary storytelling with fine acting developed through a rigorous Stanislavsky-based process.
Moreno studied English (literature) at Christ's College, Cambridge, and took his postgraduate in Music Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music, where he was also awarded the Licentiate for the teaching of classical singing. After performing for two years, including two seasons at the RSC, he studied on a trainee director's bursary at the Orange Tree Theatre and was subsequently selected for Katie Mitchell's Director's Course at the National Theatre Studio.
As a staff, assistant, and resident director he has worked at the RSC, the National Theatre, and in the West End. Additionally he works professionally in dramaturgy, voice craft, puppetry, aerial circus, and stage illusion.