Jeffrey Schecter, better known in the theater community as “Shecky” has been a professional performer for almost 20 years. Jeff’s Broadway and National Tour credits include A Chorus Line, The Pajama Game, Wonderful Town, Beauty And The Beast, Guys And Dolls, West Side Story, Ragtime, and The Mambo Kings. He has appeared regionally at the Pape...read more
Jeffrey Schecter, better known in the theater community as “Shecky” has been a professional performer for almost 20 years. Jeff’s Broadway and National Tour credits include A Chorus Line, The Pajama Game, Wonderful Town, Beauty And The Beast, Guys And Dolls, West Side Story, Ragtime, and The Mambo Kings. He has appeared regionally at the Papermill Playhouse in New Jersey (On The Town), Reprise LA in Los Angeles (Babes In Arms) and City Center Encores in NY (Bells Are Ringing, and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.)
Jeff is not your average dancer, but a true a triple threat that successfully transitioned from the ensemble to starring roles. He most recently created the role of “Willie Scarlatti” in the world premiere of Robin and The Seven Hoods at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. He recently appeared on Broadway in The People In The Picture starring Donna Murphy.
However, most people may recognize Jeff from the documentary film, Every Little Step where he can be seen auditioning for the revival of A Chorus Line. Jeff ultimately won the role of “Mike,” (I Can Do That!) and went on to star in the revival for the entire run. After the success of A Chorus Line, Jeff was in high demand as coach and teacher. He started teaching Broadway Master Dance Classes with a special focus on A Chorus Line.
Jeff has expanded his resume and taught all over the United States for dance studios, Schools and Organizations that include: Stage Door Connections in New York, AMerican Dance Theater WorkshopP on Long Island, The BizKidz in Los Angeles, Hollywood Connection in California, various dance studios in Manhattan, Princeton Day School in New Jersey, and one on one instruction with a client as young as 14 and one as old as 60. It’s never too late to get your dance on!
It is Jeff’s goal to introduce and teach anyone that has a want, a need, or a desire to dance. He has been very successful in a very competitive business because of his great talent, but more importantly because of his great work ethic, and his respect for the people he works with. He is a person that people like and like to work with.
To quote Jeff. “Have fun, work hard, be nice and don’t forget to laugh.” Read less