Carrie-Anne Ingrouille is a go-to U.K. Choreographer for multi-disciplined work. From Musical Theatre, Contemporary, skilled and authentic Hip Hop and Movement Direction, her unique stamp always encompasses a strong through line of narrative.
Carrie is currently represented in the West End with her critically acclaimed choreography on Six – The Musical playing at the Arts Theatre. For her work on the show, Carrie has received an Olivier Award Nomination for Best Theatre Choreographer, WhatsOnStage and OFFIE nominations for Best Choreography.
February 2020 saw Carrie making her Broadway debut when the show opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York.
Some other of Carrie-Anne’s choreography credits include:
The Catherine Tate Show Live (UK Tour), Some Like It Hip Hop (Peacock Theatre and 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), This is My Family (Chichester Festival Theatre), , Into the Hoods Remixed (Peacock Theatre and UK Tour), Tales of the Turntable (Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre).
Forthcoming projects include choreography on the Broadway hit musical Something Rotten for Birmingham Rep and movement direction on My Generation at the National Theatre, Carrie is also currently the resident choreographer for Hamilton in the West End.