Carrie-Anne Ingrouille (she/her) is a go-to U.K. choreographer for multidisciplined work. She is currently represented in the West End and on Broadway with her critically acclaimed choreography on SIX playing at the Vaudeville Theatre, London and the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York.
For her work on the show, Carrie has received an Olivier Award Nomination for Best Theatre Choreographer and WhatsOnStage, OFFIE, and The Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award nominations for Best Choreography.
Notable Choreography and Movement Direction credits include: Bernstein’s Wonderful Town (Holland Park Opera), This is My Family (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Catherine Tate Show Live (UK Tour), Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Duke of York’s Theatre), The Suicide (National Theatre), The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party (Royal Opera House, The Roundhouse).
Forthcoming projects include Movement Direction on Alecky Blythe’s new verbatim play Our Generation at the National Theatre & CFT Directed by Daniel Evans, Choreography on a newly updated adaptation of Antigone by Inua Ellams for Regents Park Open Air Theatre, the U.K. premiere of the Broadway hit musical Something Rotten, directed by Sean Foley at Birmingham Rep, and a new show in development for Norwegian Cruise Lines.
Carrie is currently the U.K. Associate Choreographer for the London production of Hamilton.