Film, TV & Theatre
British choreographer Lynne Page works internationally in film and television, opera, theatre and the music industry.
Most recent work includes Stranger Things : The First Shadow in the West End, Standing at the Sky’s Edge for Sheffield Crucible and National Theatre for which she was nominated for an Olivier Award, Tammy Faye and Spring Awakening for Almeida Theatre and Lyssa, her first work for the Royal Ballet featuring Nadine Shah.
Other work in theatre includes The Cherry Orchard, The Merchant of Venice, Never So Good, Saint George and the Dragon at the National Theatre; The Two Gentlemen of Verona at the RSC; Company for Sheffield Theatres; There Came a Gypsy Riding and The Late Henry Moss at the Almeida; The 47th at the Old Vic; American Psycho at the Almeida and on Broadway; Noyes Fludde at Theatre Royal Stratford East; La Cage aux Folles (Tony, Olivier and Drama Desk-nominated) and A Little Night Music at the Menier Chocolate Factory and on Broadway; Little Shop of Horrors at the Menier Chocolate Factory; and Ink (also Almeida and on Broadway), Funny Girl, The Grinning Man, Tell Me on a Sunday and The Rise and Fall of Little Voice in the West End.
Opera includes Death in Venice at the Royal Opera House; Marnie and Medea for the English National Opera and at the Metropolitan Opera, NY; Les Troyens at La Scala, Milan; Andrea Chénier at the Bregenz Festival.
TV includes The Crown, Four Weddings and a Funeral and So You Think You Can Dance.
Film includes Judy, Fred Claus.
Music choreography includes for The Pet Shop Boys (as director and choreographer) for Inner Sanctum and Dreamworld tours and Glastonbury, Stormzy and Jess Glynne at the BRIT Awards, Kanye West, Ellie Goulding, Imogen Heap and Duffy.