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Lynne Page


British choreographer Lynne Page makes her Royal Opera debut in the 2019/20 Season as the choreographer for Death in Venice.

Page works widely as a choreographer in opera, theatre and musical theatre. Her selected credits include The Bridges of Madison County and Aspects of Love (Menier Chocolate Factory), Ink (West End and Broadway), Standing At The Sky’s Edge, Company (Sheffield Theatres), Funny Girl (West End and touring), The Grinning Man, Bat Boy – The Musical, Tell Me on a Sunday, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice and Viva Forever! (West End), The Cherry Orchard and The Merchant of Venicev (National Theatre), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (RSC), Noyes Fludde and Oh What a Lovely War (Theatre Royal, Stratford East), American Psycho (Almeida and Headlong, West End and Broadway), There Came a Gypsy Riding and The Late Henry Moss (Almeida), My Fair Lady (Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, and Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg), La Cage aux Folles and A Little Night Music (Menier Chocolate Factory, West End and Broadway), Little Shop of Horrors (Menier Chocolate Factory, West End and tour) and Jesus Christ Superstar (European tour). Her opera credits include revival choreography for Marnie (ENO and Metropolitan Opera, New York) and Les Troyens (La Scala, Milan, for David McVicar), Medea (ENO, for McVicar), Andrea Chénier (Bregenz Festival) and Carmen (Opera Holland Park).

Page’s film and television credits include Judy (Calamity Films), The Crown (Netflix), Fred Claus (Warner Bros), White Lightnin’ (F&ME/Film Council) and So You Think You Can Dance. She has choreographed tours and events for The Pet Shop Boys, Jess Glynne and Kanye West, music videos for Ellie Goulding, Imogen Heap and Duffy, and Burberry’s campaign. Her work has been nominated for Drama Desk, Olivier and Tony awards.