David Bolger has worked in theatre, opera and film. He has choreographed full-length dance pieces for his own dance company CoisCéim Dance Theatre, which has produced 18 critically acclaimed works for stage, and one dance film.
In 2001, he co-wrote and choreographed the award winning film HIT AND RUN which won the Paula Citron Award for Choreography for the Camera in the Moving Pictures Festival, Toronto and the Jury Prize in the Dance on Camera Festival at the Lincoln Centre, New York. He was nominated for the American Choreography Award, LA.
He created “A Dash of Colour” – four minute dance sequence involving 75,000 people, for the Opening Ceremony at the Special Olympics held in Dublin. As a freelance choreographer he has worked in the UK and US, and with Opera Ireland, Barabbas the Company, Druid Theatre Company and the Abbey Theatre.
Film Choreography includes DANCING AT LUGHNASA with Meryl Streep, directed by Pat O’Connor.