Lili works extensively as a choreographer for theatre, film, television, music videos, a cappella, and live concerts.

Most recently, she choreographed Significant Other and Icebergs at The Geffen Playhouse, the premiere of Pitch Perfect 3 at the Dolby Theatre, and the 2018 A Cappella Open Finals at Carnegie Hall.

She’s also worked with Rogue Machine Theatre, The Odyssey Theatre, ETC Theatre Company, The Pico Playhouse, and Musical Theatre Repertory, among others, and has choreographed over 30 plays and musicals for the USC School of Dramatic Arts.

Since 2008, she’s been the choreographer for the a cappella group The SoCal VoCals, creating each of their record five ICCA-winning sets (‘08, ‘10, ‘12, ‘15, ‘18), taking home the award for Best Choreography four times. She has continued to work extensively in the a cappella world, choreographing for Varsity Vocals, ARORA, The Backbeats (NBC’s The Sing Off), The SoCals (NBC’s The Sing Off), Simply Put, A Cappella Academy with Pentatonix, and Acapop. Her work has been featured on the stages of Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Royce Hall, and the Beacon Theatre.

She got her start choreographing when she founded Boom Kat Dance Theatre in college with the goal of telling powerful, imaginative stories entirely through movement. As the company’s Artistic Director, she directed, choreographed and produced Revolutions, The Jungle Book, NeverWonderLand (Ovation Award nominee for Best Choreography), and Stations (Ovation Award nominee for Best Choreography and winner for Best Music for an Original Musical).

She has choreographed several music videos, including The Rescues’ Can’t Stand the Rain, which she also conceptualized and produced.