Interview: Choreographer Fabian Aloise

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Choreographer Fabian Aloise discusses how he fell into musical theatre & his path to becoming a choreographer.

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Last summer Fabian Aloise received huge acclaim for choreographing Evita at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, working alongside director Jamie Lloyd.

Originally from Canada, Fabian trained as a ballet dancer in Melbourne, Australia but – after being told he wouldn’t make it as a ballet dancer – pursued a career in musical theatre. After working as a performer, Fabian began also working as an assistant, associate and resident choreographer.

Fabian appeared in the West End productions of We Will Rock You and Legally Blonde and was the resident choreographer for the West End production of Matilda The Musical for 5 years.

He then began working as a choreographer. In addition to choreographing Evita, Fabian’s recent choreography credits include The View UpStairs (Soho Theatre) and The Rink (Southwark Playhouse).

In this episode, Fabian discusses his career from how he fell into musical theatre to the most recent productions he has worked on.

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