Australian dancer and choreographer Madeline Ferricks-Rosevear made her Royal Opera debut in the 2017/18 Season assisting choreographer Otto Pichler on the choreography for Carmen. In the 2018/19 Season she revives his choreography for Carmen, both in the autumn and summer seasons.
Ferricks-Rosevear studied at the Academy of Dance in Mannheim and completed a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt, where she worked with choreographers including William Forsythe, Richard Siegal and Regina van Berkel. She has performed as a dancer for Frankfurt Opera (Ivan Susanin, Carmen and Die lustige Witwe), Wiesbaden State Theatre (Candide) and Darmstadt State Theatre (Orpheus) and danced with Tanzhaus NRW.
Ferricks-Rosevear appeared as a dancer in the first performances of Barrie Kosky’s production of Carmen for Frankfurt Opera.