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Wootten, Anne


Anne Wootten is a director and choreographer whose career spans theatre, film, television and special events. Her credits include directing everything from one person shows to world premieres of new musicals, from regional theatre to dance sequences in feature films. She spent eight seasons at the Stratford Festival as consulting director/choreographer on productions such as The Mikado, Gypsy, and Carousel. She was Artistic Director of Reprise Concerts, directing and co-producing its productions of Company, Guys and Dolls and Anything Goes at the St. Lawrence Centre. Anne created the dance scenes for Bette Midler in That Old Feeling, for Brian Dennehy and Chris Farley in Tommy Boy, and for Penelope Ann Miller and Matthew Broderick in The Freshman, which also starred Marlon Brando.
Anne Wootten & Associates is her most recent creation, a company that provides seminars and workshops on how to perfect a professional business image and social awareness for corporate and individual clients.

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