Horace Turnbull Faculty Headshot

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Horace Turnbull has conceived, produced, wrote an original story and stage adaptation for Carnegie Hall’s presentation of An Afternoon with Alvin Ailey to a sold-out performance. He has also choreographed for the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and the world famous Radio City Rockettes. He was dance consultant on the film Tap Heat choreographed by Danny Daniels, and
produced by Hargrove Productions.

He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Musical Theatre from New York University.

Theatrically he's assisted Tony Award Nominee Chris Chadman from the Broadway revival of Guys & Dolls serving as dance supervisor for the Broadway show Face Value, directed by Tony award winner Jerry Zaks. He also had the pleasure of teaching the young boys in the Broadway show The Tap Dance Kid, and was also pre-production assistant to Tony award winner Danny Daniels on the National Tour of The Tap Dance Kid.

Other choreographic credits include the National Tour of Funny Girl, choreographer for Cork at the Actor's Collective, and choreographer for Manhattan Serenade at the AMAS Rep. Theatre.

Some of his performance credits include: Face Value, Ain't Broadway Grand, Oh Kay, Sophisticated Ladies, and The Tap Dance Kid.

He can also be seen in Academy award winner Jacques D' Ambois' documentary entitled And Dance Makes Worlds Move.