Ben Wright works in dance, theater, and opera and trained at The Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance. He made his debut at HGO with The Marriage of Figaro in 2016. Wright is artistic director of his own company in the United Kingdom, bgroup, and previously served as artistic co-director at Candoco Dance Company (2017-20) and associate artistic director/choreographer of Skånes Dansteater, Sweden (2014-17). In 2022 he worked as intimacy coordinator on the Amazon film My Policeman and SKY Atlantic’s Funny Girl. Wright’s most recent choreographic work includes The Lost Thing for Candoco/The Royal Opera House and A space in the dark for Black Box Dance Theatre, Denmark. Other dance works include To find a way with one another, The Feeling of Going (digital release on Arthaus Musik); To see the world while the light lasts and Spectrum (Skånes Dansteater); and Point of Echoes, Just As We Are, The Lessening of Difference, About Around, and The Diminishing Present (bgroup). Movement for opera and theater includes La bohème (Washington National Opera); The Perfect American (English National Opera); The Marriage of Figaro (Glyndebourne Festival); Don Giovanni (The Metropolitan Opera); La Fanciulla del West, Faust, and Dead Man Walking (Malmö Opera); Tobias and the Angel (Young Vic); Twelfth Night (Donmar Warehouse); and A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Privates on Parade (Michael Grandage Company). He made his opera directorial debut in 2012 with The Walk from the Garden (Salisbury Festival).