Mischa is a founder member of the London-based performance collective Shunt (www.shunt.co.uk) – whose work includes the award-winning Dance Bear Dance,Tropicana and Amato Saltone (the last two presented in association with the National Theatre), and a current show Money.
He is also a freelance lighting designer, and an academic (teaching at Goldsmiths College and at Central School of Speech and Drama, both part of the University of London).
He creates his own performance and film work, including, most recently:
I Wonder Sometimes Who I am -
Seen at the Forest Fringe in Edinburgh and at the Suspense Festival, London, in 2009; reviewed in Total Theatre, http://www.totaltheatre.org.uk/Reviews/archive09.htm#FJ);
1945: A Passion, which was premiered at this year’s
Manipulate Festival, at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh http://news.scotsman.com/theatre-reviews/Theatre-reviews-The-Manipulate-festival.6040961.jp
For examples of past projects, please visit: http://www.shunt.co.uk/mischa_twitchin/index.html