Shelley Maxwell

Shelley Maxwell won the award for Best Choreographer at the inaugural Black British Theatre Awards in 2019 for her work on Equus.

Theatre credits include: Starter For Ten (Bristol Old Vic); Shifters (Bush Theatre); Macbeth (Donmar Warehouse); The Time Traveller’s Wife (Apollo Theatre); Mlima’s Tale (Kiln Theatre); Untitled F*ck M*ss S**gonPlay (Royal Exchange Manchester & Young Vic); Beneatha’s Place (Young Vic); August in England (Bush Theatre); The Secret Life of Bees (Almeida Theatre); Best of Enemies (Noël Coward Theatre); Tartuffe (Birmingham Repertory Theatre); The Time Traveller’s Wife (Storyhouse); Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Story (Lyric Theatre); Best of Enemies (Young Vic); J'Ouvert (Harold Pinter Theatre); After Life, Master Harold…and the Boys, Hansard, Antony and Cleopatra, Twelfth Night (National Theatre); Nine Night (National Theatre & Trafalgar Studios); Equus (Theatre Royal Stratford East & Trafalgar Studios); Tartuffe (RSC); Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe); Faustus (Headlong at Lyric & Birmingham Repertory Theatre); Cinderella (Lyric); Grey (Oval House); King Hedley II (Theatre Royal Stratford East); J’Ouvert (Theatre503); Cougar, Dealing with Clair (Orange Tree); Winter, Why It’s Kicking off Everywhere (Young Vic); Cuttin’It (Young Vic & Royal Court); A Streetcar Named Desire (Nuffield, Clwyd Theatre Cymru & English Touring Theatre); Rules for Living (Royal & Derngate, the Rose Kingston & English Touring Theatre); Apologia (English Theatre Frankfurt). 

 Television/Film credits include: The Marvels (Disney);  Ear for Eye (BBC/Fruit Tree Media); Romeo & Juliet (Sky Arts/PBS/National Theatre); Anansi Boys (Upcoming on Amazon).