Millie Judd

With a BA Hons in Drama from The University of Winchester and experience choreographing many shows within the Performing Arts Society, Millie has a broad range of skills when it comes to dance and Musical Theatre.

Millie has a passion for dance, which has stemmed from competing nationally and performing on West End stages. She has trained in; Ballet, Tap, Modern, Jazz, Commercial and Musical Theatre, which has sparked her interest in choreography and performance. Millie choreographed her first semi-professional musical, Little Shop of Horrors, in 2022 and is currently rehearsing for a 2023 performance of Calendar Girls.

Having worked alongside tutors from the Royal Shakespeare Company and Frantic Assembly, she has been able to acquire a unique insight into performance art and skills. She has also been lucky enough to write her own play, direct and produce a live performance whilst at university. Millie’s creative vision has been explored through a range of styles including Physical Theatre, Theatre performance and Contemporary Theatre.

Millie’s passion is teaching and working with all ages and abilities. During her studies, Millie has been able to obtain specialist SEN/SEMH training as well as a TQUK Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Autism (RQF), which has enabled her to develop strong relationships with students from all backgrounds.
Performance credits: Sister Mary Theresa in Sister Act, Miss Hannigan in Annie and Choreographer/Dancer in Little Shop of Horrors.