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Anne Wootten takes pleasure in coaching her clients to achieve their best professional business image. A multi-faceted professional with more than three decades as a theatre director and film choreographer, she has spent her career making artists shine in extraordinary environments. Certified at the Protocol School of Washington and a long-time successful director, producer, teacher, writer, speech coach, business image consultant, and special events consultant, Anne’s level of expertise ensures confidence in all who work with her. In the world of television and theatre Anne specializes in period movement work where Etiquette and Protocol play a substantial role in establishing authenticity.

In today's fast paced business world, how we represent ourselves and others plays a vital role in the success or failure of any career. When asked what she does for her clients, she answers quite simply, "I polish people." Anne helps you refine your talent and skills in your business to "make you stand out, not stick out!"

Whether it is a seminar, lunch and learn, webinar, or one-on-one coaching, having Anne Wootten in your corner will set you up for the greatest possible success.


Among Anne's theatre credits are eight seasons as Consulting Director/Choreographer at the Stratford Festival.  Productions included Gypsy, The Mikado, HMS Pinafore, Guys and Dolls and Carousel.  She was Assistant Director on the original stage and television version of The Mikado at Stratford, The Royal Alex, London's Old Vic, and its triumphant run on Broadway.  She was also Assistant Director on the Stratford stage and CBC television productions of The Pirates of Penzance,Iolanthe and The Gondoliers.

Anne has taught and/or staged dance sequences for such stars as Marlon Brando, Patrick Dempsey, Brian Dennehy, Chris Farley, Bette Midler, Keanu Reaves, and Jason Robards Jr. She has worked with such directors as Carl Reiner and Peter Bogdanovich.


Here is a sample of Anne’s film work:


About Anne Wootten