Lynn Page


Lynn Page is renowned for her work in theater, opera, television, and film. Career highlights in opera include Les Troyens (La Scala), Medea (English National Opera), Andrea Chénier (Bregenz Festival), and Carmen (Opera Holland Park). In film, Page has undertaken projects for Warner Brothers and Working Title as a movement director and choreographer. She has worked in London’s West End and at the Royal National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as on Broadway. In addition to My Fair Lady (Paris’s Châtelet, St. Petersburg’s Mariinsky), her theater credits include Funny Girl (West End, Menier Chocolate Factory, U. K. tour), A Little Night Music (West End, Broadway), and American Psycho (Almeida, Broadway). She was nominated for Tony, Drama Desk, and Olivier awards for the West End and Broadway productions of La Cage aux Folles (2010). Page was choreographer for the Pet Shop Boys’ world tours (2009|16) and her recent collaboration with GOGO Penguin (VEILS) was performed at the EFG London Jazz Festival (2015) and Latitude Festival (2016).

Lyric debut: My Fair Lady (2016|17)

Last updated: April 28, 2017