Lynne Page

Lynne Page is a Tony, Olivier, and Drama Desk Award nominated choreographer known for her dynamic choreography in shows including LA CAGE AUX FOLLES (Broadway/West End), A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (West End and Broadway) and AMERICAN PSYCHO (Broadway)

On stage, her extensive theatre credits include works on Broadway, London’s West End, the Royal National Theatre, and Royal Shakespeare Company, among others. Her work includes INK (West End), BAT BOY-THE MUSICAL, OH WHAT A LOVELY WAR, VIVA FOREVER! (West End), MY FAIR LADY, THE CHERRY ORCHARD (National Theatre), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (West End), COMPANY, ASSASSINS (Sheffield Crucible), FUNNY GIRL (West End & UK Tour), and many more!

Her work in film can be seen in FRED CLAUS starring Vince Vaughn and the highly anticipated Judy Garland biopic, JUDY, starring Renee Zellweger and directed by Rupert Goold.

Her choreography in television includes Netflix’s THE CROWN and SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (BBC).

Lynne has choreographed for the PET SHOP BOYS world tours since 2007 and directed PET SHOP BOYS: INNER SANCTUM at the Royal Opera House last year. Her music credits include Kanye West’s 2009 festival tour; MUSE: RESISTANCE 2009 Tour; Stormzy’s 2018 performance on the BRITS; and music videos for Ellie Goulding and Imogen Heap.

In fashion, she has worked for Burberry, Revlon, Louise Vuitton, Tommy Hilfiger, and Net A Porter.

Her work in Opera has taken her to La Scala, Milan, San Francisco Opera, and The Royal Opera House. In Bergenz, Austria she choreographed ANDREA CHENIER and had 25 cast members diving into the lake with a nightly audience of 7,000. She is currently choreographing Nico Muhlys’ MARNIE at The Met in New York under the direction of Tony Award winner Michael Mayer.