Tutu Trouble is produced by Errant and choreographed by Vinicius Salles.
Errant’s mission statement is to take immersive theatre productions on tour and provide meaningful experiences to audiences within special settings.
Working across multiple disciplines, Vinicius Salles’ experience includes performing, movement directing, filmmaking and teaching. He graduated from Performing Arts school Martins Pena in Brazil, studied filmmaking at the London Film Academy, and holds a Masters Degree in Documentary Film from the London College of Communication.
Over the last 25 years Vinicius has performed with leading Brazilian and UK physical theatre and dance companies including Punchdrunk, Gecko, Jasmin Vardimon Company and others. He has performed with immersive experts Punchdrunk (Faust, Sleep No More (Boston), Masque of the Red Death and The Drowned Man), as well as taking on roles for Gecko (The Overcoat) and Jasmin Vardimon (Park). His works as a choreographer include OX, funded by Arts Council England and Croydon Council, 2017; Witches in Disguise, University of Cumbria, 2016; Human Marvels, Jasmin Vardimon Company, 2016; Copycat at The Place in 2009; NOcontact, 2007; Cabeças Trocadas and Xristos in 2003 and Esquinas in 2002.
Currently, Vinicius works as visiting lecturer at both Royal Holloway University and Christ Church University in Kent. He is also rehearsal director & educational facilitator for Jasmin Vardimon Company and educational facilitator for Punchdrunk, and collaborates regularly with Maxine Doyle (director & choreographer of Punchdrunk) while developing his own work.
Charlotte Price has experience both onstage and behind the scenes, as performer, producer and director. In 2016 she co-directed the hugely ambitious, first ever amateur fully immersive piece of theatre, Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On, for Sedos. She works in content marketing.
Jannick Moth trained at the Trinity Laban Conservatiore for Music and Dance, graduating in 2015, and went on to work with Kelly Abbot Dance Theatre. During his training he spent time travelling and exploring movement techniques, both modern and ancient, which he further went on to explore after graduating by travelling through Europe teaching, attending seminars and exploring new cultures. Jannick has performed extensively across the UK and has presented
work both in the UK and Europe. He has worked with choreographers such as: Maresa Von Stockert, Dam Van Huyhn,
Darren Ellis, Junaid Jemal Sendi, Addisu Demissie and others. Currently
Jannick trains in capoeira and Brazilian Ju Jitsu.