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Spring 2017 Suzie and her company DEED Davies/Ekholm will continue working on the production I Count When She Walks, premiere March 23rd 2017 at Scenehuset in Oslo.


Autumn 2016 DEED attended Tanzmesse in Düsseldorf. Suzie performed with Winter Guests in America Ep. 2 - Psychopatriot at Dansens Hus in Oslo. This was the second episode of the trilogy America. Episode one America - Visions of Love premiered in 2009 and the third episode is programmed for 2017 at Dansens Hus. Suzie also taught Ballet at Proda.



Spring 2016 Suzie and DEED worked on their latest production I Count When She Walks. In February and March they created a piece for Northern Contemporary Dance School in Leeds, UK. Suzie also taught Ballet at PRODA.


Autumn 2015 DEED started working on their latest production with a residency at The Yorkshire Dance Centre in Leeds, UK. DEED also choreographed for Bårdar Danseinstitutt in Oslo in September. In October Suzie performed in the 50th birthday celebration of Johnny Johnson by Kate Pendry at Dramatikkenshus, followed by a tour to the Czech republic with Karen Foss Quiet Works and the performance ‘Golden Evil’. Suzie then worked with Winter Guests in the performance ‘Jingle Horse!’ at Den Norske Opera & Ballett, which premiered the 28th November.


Spring 2015 Suzie performed in Golden Evil at Cornerteater, Bergen. DEED held a workshop at Teater Innlandet in Hamar arranged by SIB. DEED also performed WolfMan/Lycanthropy at Yorkshire Dance in Leeds in March. This is a solo performance for Mattias Ekholm created and choreographed together with Suzie.


Autumn 2014 Suzie worked with Karen Foss Quiet Works in the performance Golden Evil, which premiered in December at Scenehuset in Oslo. Suzie also taught Ballet at PRODA.

 Spring 2014 Suzie choreographed and performed in The Performance Formerly Known As Sexy together with Mattias Ekholm and their company DEED. The performance premiered in February at Dansens Hus in Oslo.



Suzie R. Davies started her career dancing in the Monty Python film The Meaning of Life in 1983. She graduated in 1992 from London Contemporary Dance School after which she joined Uppercut Danseteater in Copenhagen where she worked with choreographers Janet Smith, Gill Clarke and Doug Varone.

 From 1995 - 2004 she worked in Carte Blanche with choreographers Jo Strømgren, Ina Christel Johannessen, Jens Østberg, Ingun Bjørnsgaard, Örjan Andersson, Cristina Caprioli, Amanda Miller, and Tony Rizzi, to name a few. During this period she also toured with Ingun Bjørnsgaard Prosjekt’s production Pli à Pli, and took a short leave from Carte Blanche to work with JazzXchange in London.

 In 2004 she moved to Stockholm to study Pilates, and returned to Norway in 2007 to make her base as a freelance artist in Oslo. Suzie’s freelance work has included working with Dansdesign, Den Norske Opera, Den Nye Opera, Hege Haagenrud, and Helena Franzén, and she has been a member of Karen Foss Quiet Works since 2000. She works regularly as an actor and dancer with Alan Lucien Øyen’s company Winter Guests, and as an actor with Kate Pendry’s group. In 2012 Suzie established her own company DEED in collaboration with her partner Mattias Ekholm. She has been teaching regularly for many years, and has most recently been teaching ballet at Kunsthøgskolen I Oslo and Proda. In 2010 Suzie was awarded FFUK’s Rolf Gammleng Prize for her work as a dancer.

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