Swimming with Men – (with Rob Brydon, Rupert Graves) Choreographer: Caroline Pope
From the book by Jojo Moyes. Choreography throughout by Caroline Pope
Caroline was series Movement Director on this adaption of Issac Asimov's Sci-Fi classic.
With Vanessa Hudgens and Nick Sager and Choreography by Caroline Pope.
Directed by Oliver Parker. Chita Rivera Award nominee for Caroline's choreography.
MGM. Staring Rebel Wilson and Anne Hathaway.
BBC. Character movement and choreography for the team in the new series.
“I am thrilled with what Caroline achieved; it was very charming, characterful and touching…”
Specialist movement and period choreography by Caroline Pope.
Starring Dawn French and Emilia Fox
BBC - Caroline worked as Movement Coach.
“the choreography was startling in its surprise and originality…”
Caroline has choreographed dance scenes in every season.
Caroline choreographed the am-dram scene.
Period choreography and movement direction by Caroline.
Photography by Jack Davidson with movement direction by Caroline.
Caroline was series choreographer.
Spartacus. Serpentine Summer Show from the Turner Prize nominee.
Finale street dance choreographed by Caroline.
“the exceptionally well integrated choreography... is marvellous”
Caroline worked with the team to develop the movement in these striking images.
Four screen video installation directed by Toby Dye.
Theater de Magdeburg, Germany. Directed by Wally Sutcliffe
Theatre Royal, Bath with David Haig.
“Caroline’s just brilliant... had a lovely time working with her on A Doll’s House.”
“when they dance it is at once a natural release of pent up emotion and a ritual celebration”
David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. Caroline’s first project.
The National Theatre. Choreography and Movement Direction.
Chanel 4 series starring Talulah Riley and Aaron Taylor Johnson.
Only Human with movement direction by Caroline Pope
Choreography and Movement Direction.
English National Opera. Choreography and Movement Direction.
“...very effective staging with excellent movement conveying the powers of hell embodied in the Witches and the murderous intent of the Macbeths.”