The Red Shoes (2016/7) - Irina Boronskaja
Anjali trained at Central School of Ballet where she also won the Christopher Gable Choreographer Award. Anjali combines a career as a choreographer and a performer.
For Matthew Bourne's New Adventures: Anjali recently played both Queen & Girlfriend in Swan Lake, Sugar in Nutcracker! and Glenda in Play Without Words on UK and Worldwide tours.
Anjali was in the original cast of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Bombay Dreams by Stephen Pimlott and Anthony Van Laast (Victoria Apollo) and in the recent production of Kiss me Kate at Theatre Du Chatelet choreographed by Nick Winston and directed by Lee Blakeley. She was dance captain on Goldfrapp tours for Alex Reynolds, and has worked with Wayne McGregor's Random Dance Company, Will Tuckett, Cathy Marston, Christopher Hampson and Peter Darling. In opera: Gloriana for Lucy Burge/ Richard Jones; Faust for Michael Keegan-Dolan/ David McVicar at Royal Opera House; Death of Klinghoffer for Arthur Pita/ Tom Morris; Agrippina for Andrew George/ David McVicar at English National Opera; Macbeth for Linda Dobell/ Richard Jones; Carmen/Die Entfuhrung auf dem Serail for David McVicar at Glyndebourne.
Commercial and Film credits include: World War Z by Marc Forster; Alexander by Oliver Stone; Camera Test by Imogen Knight, It's Raining Men Geri Haliwell; Shakalaka Baby Preeya Kalidas; Rocket Goldfrapp /Stephen Hogget. Usher ident for Brit Awards, Davina McCall ident for Gotta Dance and The Royal Variety Show.
Choreography and Movement Direction Credits include: Two Sides for Cornetto Cinema, This Heaven at The Finborough Theatre, Dick Whittington at Watford Palace Theatre and she recently restaged Richard Jones/ENO production of Fanciulla at Santa Fe Opera, USA. Anjali choreographed Jakob Lenz for Sam Brown/English National Opera at Hampstead Theatre, I Puritani for Stephen Langridge at The Grange Park Opera, L’Orfeo for Daisy Evans/ Silent Opera. Anjali was Revival Choreographer on Richard Jones's Macbeth & Hansel and Gretel at Lille opera, Munich Opera and Welsh National Opera.