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Manrutt Wongkaew – Arts on Location

Manrutt Wongkaew

Manrutt Wongkaew

Manrutt came from Bangkok ( Thailand ) where he obtained his first honours degree in Design at Chulalongkorn University . In the UK he studied fashion design at Central St. Martins before started his dance training at the London Studio Centre where he obtained his second honours degree in Theatre Dance. He then completed his Master degree in Dance Performance at the Laban Centre in 2006. He is currently undertaking the doctoral degree in Dance Studies at the University of Surrey where his thesis explores the relationships between contemporary dance and fashion advertising.

Professionally

Manrutt involved and performed in numerous theatrical productions and performance-based projects. In Anwesha Ahmed Company’s Plasmas, Manrutt interprets Indian classical dance, Manipuri. He combines its dance vocabulary and recreates movements reside in a context of Western Contemporary Dance. Moreover, he involved in several workshops and research and development projects such as Theatre Rites and Shobana Jeyasingh: Action Point Project. In Summer 2006, Manrutt performed a role of Bunraki, in Madam Butterfly at the English National Opera which was directed by Anthony Minghella and Carolyn Choa. In 2005, Manrutt performed UK and international tour with Transitions Dance Company where he worked with various choreographers such as Rafael Bonachela, Henry Montes and Thomas Lehmen.
Besides contemporary dance Manrutt has his own cabaret act and performs in numerous corporate and commercial events. Manrutt also appeared on BBC ‘s Auf Wiedersehen, Pet’s Special, Channel 4’s Perfect Match, Dr. Marten’s Fashion show and Trevor Sorbie International hair show.
To connect with his cultural root whilst living his everyday life in the foreign land, Manrutt has joined and performed traditional Thai theatre with Thai Dance Academy since 2003. He performed Thai Festival at Trafalgar Square in June 2010; Kohn, the final battle, at the Trafalgar Square in June 2008; and Ramakian at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London , in July 2005. The performances include numerous corporate events and festivals within the UK and Europe such as France , Czech Republic , Spain , Italy and Belgium as well as charity and fundraising events at the Thai temples around the UK.

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