Lizzi
Gee

Choreographer, Movement Director and Practitioner whose work spans across all aspects of theatre, opera, film and television.

Lizzi is an extremely versatile creative, having worked on large scale musicals, creating a movement language for plays and opera, working ‘one on one’ to find the physical language of a character, to personal movement coach.



Is it mere chance that so many of the most inventive opera choreographers are women? [...] I was amazed to see the enthusiastic precision in which Ms Gee got these singers, as fairies, doing specific ballet steps: You could feel how all of them had a whale of a time. Her choreography closely, lovingly and hilariously refers to the fairy scenes of classically romantic ballets, including “Giselle” and (especially) Ashton’s “The Dream".

Alastair Macaulay
The New York Times on Iolanthe

With Impressive choreography by Lizzi Gee, the pace never lets up

Mark Ludmon
British Theatre Guide on Little Shop Of Horrors

Lizzi Gee's choreography is joyous and admirably performed

Richard Morrison
The Times on HMS Pinafore

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CV

Theatre

Associate Artist 

Choreographer 

Director Emily Burns
Olivier, National Theatre
Producer English National Opera
London Coliseum
Director Sean Foley
Geilgud Theatre
Director Matthew Warchus
Lyceum Theatre, Broadway
Director Sean Foley
Theatre Royal Bath / Wyndham’s Theatre
Producer The Old Vic
Old Vic
Director Timothy Sheader
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre / ENO
Director Matthew Warchus
Old Vic
Director Max Webster
English National Opera
Director Adam Penford
Nottingham Playhouse
Director Kwame Kwei-Armah and Oskar Eustis
Young Vic
Director Maria Aberg
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Director Sean Foley
Chichester Festival Theatre
Director Kate Hewitt
Sheffield Theatres
Director Cal McCrystal
English National Opera
Director Matthew Warchus
Old Vic
Director David Leveaux
Old Vic
Director Sean Foley
Garrick Theatre
Director Rufus Norris & Associate Director Jesse Jones
National Theatre
Director Tim Firth
Phoenix Theatre
Director Ian Talbot

Movement work with actor playing Elvis 

Noel Coward W/E and UK Tour
Director Ian Talbot
Curve Theatre, Leicester
Director Bryony Kimmings
National Theatre, Manchester HOME, Exeter Northcott
Director Jean-Pierre van der Spuy
Grange Park Opera
Director Matthew Warchus
Old Vic
Director Lucy Bailey
St James Theatre
Director Dale Rooks
Chichester Festival Theatre
Director Dale Rooks
Chichester Festival Theatre
Director Ian Talbot
New Wimbledon Theatre/ ATG
Director Joe Murphy
Chichester Festival Theatre
Director Ian Talbot
New Wimbledon Theatre
Director Ian Talbot
ATG
Director Michael Kingsbury
The Watermill Theatre
Director Sasha Regan

Nominated for Offie Award for Best Choreographer, 2013

Union Theatre
Director Sasha Regan
Union Theatre
Director Lucy Bailey
RSC
Director Angus Jackson
Phoenix Theatre/Chichester UK Tour/ Duke of York and UK tour
Director Angus Jackson
National Theatre - Lyttleton
Director Rufus Norris
Young Vic
Director Matt Salisbury
National Tour 2011
Director Ian Talbot
Cyprus (Louder Than Words)
Director Rachel Kavanagh
Duchess Theatre
Director Nancy Meckler with Robert Lindsay
Novello Theatre
Director Sasha Regan
Union/ Wiltons/ Kingston/ Hackney Empire. Sydney Theatre and Australia Tour
Director David Ball

Nominated for 2012 'Offie Award' Best Choreographer.

Union Theatre
Director James Brining
Dundee Rep/National Tours
Director Ian Talbot
Louder than Words
Director Ryan McBryde
Frankfurt (English Speaking Theatre)
Director Matthew Strachan
Orange Tree Theatre
Director Andy Goldberg
Shaftesbury Theatre
Director Sarah Esdaile
National Tour
Director Arthur Whitelaw
New Players

Resident Choreographer 

Director Stephen Daldry
Victoria Palace

Assistant Choreographer 

Director Matthew Warchus
Birmingham Rep/National Tour
Director Mark Wing-Davy
West Yorkshire Playhouse/ Shaftesbury Theatre

Director & Choreographer 

English National Opera, Liverpool stage Festival

Film

Choreographer 

Director Max Webster & Julia Knowles
NBC
Director Matthew Warchus
Starring
  • Dominic West
  • Imelda Staunton
  • Proud Films Productions Ltd
    Tap Boy
    Short Film
    Director Will Kennings

    Short Film 

    Quizzical Films

    Television

    Choreographer 

    Opening Sequence 

    BBC
    Director Julian Kemp
    CBBC
    Channel 4
    Director Julian Kemp
    CBBC for CBBC

    Commercial

    Choreographer