Caroline Pope is a choreographer and movement director working in Opera, Theatre, Film and Performance.
A selection of recent work includes the feature films Goodbye Christopher Robin which is to be released in November and the comedy Swimming With Men which comes out next year. On our television screens the Mr Selfridge and Jekyll and Hyde series and a film installation for the Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick exhibition at Somerset House.
Theatre work includes The Night Season at the National Theatre and the multi awarded Tony and BAFTA productions of Medea (Almeida) and A Doll’s House in the West End and on Broadway.
Caroline’s many opera productions include Eugene Onegin at English National Opera and the premier of John Taverners’ Mary of Egypt at the Aldeburgh Festival. Caroline has worked with director Elijah Moshinsky before as revival choreographer for his iconic production of Lohengrin at Covent Garden.