Broadway Dance Center Proudly Presents

The Musical Theater Performance Project

with Artistic Director Joshua Bergasse

Postponed due to SMASH!


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JOSHUA BERGASSE is a NYC based teacher and choreographer and has been a member of the Broadway Dance Center Faculty since 1998. Josh is the choreographer of the upcoming NBC series "SMASH" produced by Steven Spielberg and starring Angelica Huston, Debra Messing and Katherine McPhee, to name a few.  This summer Josh choreographed a group routine for the top ten dancers on FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance."
Other credits as a choreographer include; American Songbooks; Fascinatin Rhythm
 (Allen Room, Jazz @ Lincoln Center); The Face Of Tisch, Gala 2010 (Rose Hall, Jazz @ Lincoln Center); Bomb-Itty Of Errors (Off-Broadway); Captain Louie (Little Shubert, York Theater); BC/EFA's Gypsy Of The Year Opener for 2007 and 2008 (New Amsterdam Theatre); Fame The Musical (National & International Tours); Solo Pido - Bianca Marroquin In Concert (Mexico City); West Side Story (Stratford Festival, Barrington Stage Company, Fulton Theatre, North Carolina Theatre); Guys and Dolls, Carousel, The World Goes Round (Barrington Stage); La Cage..., Beehive, Cagney (Riverside Theatre); Smokey Joes Cafe (AMTSJ, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Riverside); Tommy, South Pacific, Crash Nation (Cherry County Playhouse); The Baker Dances (Indiana University.)
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ANDY BLANKENBUEHLER As a performer, Andy Blankenbuehler has appeared on Broadway in many musicals, from Guys and Dolls to Fosse.
His Broadway work as a choreographer includes the musicals In the Heights and 9 to 5. He won the Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for his choreography for In the Heights. Other New York work includes choreography for the “Broadway By The Year:1930, 1938 and 1978” series, and the City Center Encores! productions of The Apple Tree and The Wiz. He is the director and choreographer of Bring It On: The Musical.
Additionally, Blankenbuehler choreographed the Frank Wildhorn world premiere production of Waiting for the Moon for which he was nominated for a Barrymore Award.
Blankenbuehler has choreographed for Bette Midler and directed, choreographed and co-conceived the production “Nights On Broadway” at Caesars Palace. Read More...

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RANDY SKINNER is an award-winning director, choreographer, and performer whose work has encompassed Broadway, off-Broadway, regional, and Los Angeles productions. Shows include: 42ND Street (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Astaire nominations), State Fair (Outer Critics nomination), Ain't Broadway Grand (Tony, Outer Critics nominations), After the Night and the Music (MTC/Biltmore), Irving Berlin's White Christmas, Do Re Mi, Of Thee I Sing, Face The Musical and No No Nanette (the last four for City Center Encores), Lone Star Love (Lucille Lortel nomination), Read More...

Kurt RobinsonKURT ROBINSON - A singing artist, Kurt has received national and international acclaim for his work in sacred, recital, and operatic settings. Kurt’s clientele have enjoyed thriving performances in some of the hottest Broadway productions and national tours, including Billy Eliot, In the Heights, Spring Awakening, Hairspray, Wicked, The Lion King, Tarzan, Phantom of the Opera, Dream Girls, West Side Story, A Chorus Line, Producers, Chicago, and Spamalot. He has coached recording artists for Columbia Artists, Jive, Def Jam, and Nicolodeon labels. Read More...

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SHEILA BARKER has been an educator, choreographer and performer for the past 12 years in such places as Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Canada, Europe and across the USA. She received a BFA in dance and has extensive training in Jazz, Ballet, Modern, Tap, African/Dunham and Musical Theatre. Read More...

Kristine BendulKRISTINE BENDUL is currently one of the leads in Twyla Tharp’s Broadway show Come Fly Away at the Marquis Theater. Other Broadway credits include Movin’ Out (which in 2005 she received a Helen Hayes nomination for Outstanding Supporting Performer), Man of La Mancha, Swing, On The Town, and The King and I. She has appeared in Camelot at Lincoln Center and Miss Saigon at North Carolina Theatre and the MUNY as well as numerous City Center Encores productions which include On The Town, No Strings, Golden Boy and One Touch of Venus. Other credits include the 81st Annual Academy Awards with Hugh Jackman and Beyonce and dancing on the Tony’s at Radio City. Before Broadway, Kristine’s extensive background in ballet enabled her to study with Boston Ballet, New Jersey Ballet, School of American Ballet, and tour internationally with New York City Ballet Company to Russia and Taiwan. Kristine’s dance experience with partnering includes Hustle, Salsa, Lindy Hop, East and West Coast Swing. Kristine won 1st Place in the Cabaret division at the North Atlantic Swing Dance Championships in 2003.

GRADY MCLEOD BOWMAN, originally from Fayetteville, NC, has been seen on Broadway in the original companies of Wonderland, Billy Elliot, South Pacific, and The Pirate Queen and has toured the world extensively dancing in Fosse and with the Pilobolus Dance Company.  His choreography has been seen at the NY Fringe Festival, Northern Stage, Cape Fear Regional Theatre, UNC School of the Arts, SUNY Fredonia College, and the Broadway Theatre Project where he also serves as resident faculty.  Grady is currently directing, choreographing, and producing his own dance short films while dancing in NY for Mark Stuart Dance Theatre.

Rachel BressRACHEL BRESS has been a performer and associate choreographer in New York for the past 10 years. Recent associate choreography credits include 9 to 5 (Broadway ’09) Pirate Queen (Broadway) The Apple Tree and On A Clear Day… (City Center, Encores!) Desperately Seeking Susan (The West End) Pippin (National Tour) and Andrew Lippa's A Little Princess (TheatreWorks) As an assistant choreographer, Rachel worked on Dirty Blonde (Broadway) Old Money (Lincoln Center) and Carol King: Making Music with Friends (Madison Sq. Garden). Rachel has choreographed for the NBA and WNBA All-Star Game half-time shows (NBC), Sex and the City (HBO), The Street (FOX) Apartment 3A (NYC - by Jeff Daniels) and The Electric Company (Sesame Workshop). Recent Performance credits include Mamma Mia!, Wicked, The Pirate Queen, West Side Story and NYCO’s production of Most Happy Fella. Rachel is a co-founder of Stage Door Connections, Inc. (

Bill CastellinoBILL CASTELLINO has produced and directed many world premieres, musicals and plays. World Premieres: Dr. Radio (book writer), Some Kind of Wonderful (co-creator), Cagney, Dorian Gray, Lizzie Borden, Heartbeats (co-creator), Fishwrap (co-author), Holiday for Help (author), House Divided, Singing Weatherman, Happy Holidays (co-creator), Presidents, Crash Club (co-author), Beautiful Dreamer (author), Rhythm Rox (creator), Another Summer, Miklat, and Breathe. Other credits include: Spelling Bee, Carousel, Rent, Edwin Drood, Godspell, Music Man, West Side Story, Chicago, Joseph, Tommy, Little Shop, Beehive, Evita, Slab Boys, Oliver, Cabaret, Abyssinia, Rap Master Ronnie, Last Five Years, Spitfire Grill, Nightclub Cantata, Lullabye and Goodnight, Ionsecopade, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Hair, etc. Tours: Jolson, Chess, Fame, Tomfoolery (International), Les Miserables (International), etc. Awards: 11 Drama Logue, 4 LA Weekly, the Jefferson Award, the Silver Palm Award, and multiple nominations. Venues: Carnegie Hall, the Smithsonian Institution, Goodspeed, Pasadena & Cleveland Playhouses, Barrington Stage, PBS, ABC, HBO, Showtime, and many others. Castellino just wrote and directed the PBS SPecial "Bell'Aria" to air in December. He will then go on to direct The Rocky Horror Picture Show in Alabama and a new musical he is writing called Jolson at the Winter Garden in Florida.

Robert CreightonROBERT CREIGHTON can currently be seen as the Purser in the Tony winning production of Anything Goes on Broadway. Other Broadway credits include Amos in Chicago, Timon in The Lion King, Chef Louis in The Little Mermaid, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and Jackie Mason’s Laughing Room Only. He has also appeared with the New York City Opera, Live from Lincoln Center (The Merry Widow and The Mikado), City Center: Encores (Damn Yankees), the Phoenix Theatre Company (End of Summer) and the York Theatre Company (The Good Companions). Bobby, as his friends call him, has performed with such regional theatre companies as Stageworks on Hudson (Man of Destiny), Paper Mill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. For Television he has guest starred on "Law & Order" (NBC) and "Life on Mars" (ABC).

He co-wrote and starred in Cagney!, a musical about the life of James Cagney that had its world premiere at Florida Stage where it was honored with Florida’s prestigious Carbonell Award for Best New Work. Robert received his training at Wilfrid Laurier University where he received a BA in Music/English and at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. He also studied acting under Uta Hagen at the Toronto Summer Intensive and tap with Charles Goddertz and Germaine Salsberg at BDC.

Jim DalyJIM DALY has been head of the legit department at Bloc NYC since late ‘07.  Prior to arriving at Bloc, Jim worked as a junior agent at the Andreadis Talent Agency following two years as a commercial casting director at Background/Foreground Inc. in Manhattan.  Jim has a BFA from the University of Michigan and was last seen onstage in Off-Broadway’s hit musical, Altar Boyz.

Paige DavisPAIGE DAVIS Broadway: Boeing-Boeing (Gloria), Chicago (Roxie): National Tours: Sweet Charity (Charity), The Vagina Monologues, Beauty and the Beast (Babette) and Chicago. International Tour: Chicago. Regional: Favorite roles include Maria in The Sound of Music at The Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, April in Company at Missouri Repertory Theatre, Val in A Chorus Line at Austin Music Theatre, and Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Chicago Cultural Center. Other regional credits include Camelot, Hello Dolly! with Nell Carter, Oklahoma!, Anita in West Side Story and Catherine in Pippin among others. Cabaret: Taking A Chance. Television: Host of TLC's Emmy nominated "Trading Spaces," plus guest hosting and/or appearances on "The View," "The Tonight Show," "The Today Show," "The Wayne Brady Show," "Good Day Live," "The Martha Stewart Show," "The Dr. Phil Show," "Gameshow Marathon," "The Oprah Winfrey Show," and "A Wedding Story." Film: "Being Michael Madsen." Training: Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University. Author: The New York Times Bestseller "Paige by Paige." Other: Paige is an official spokesperson for Operation Backpack, a charity which serves homeless children in New York City. She is also an advocate and frequent emcee/performer for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, actor Patrick Page, and their 12 year old Maltese, Sophie. For more information visit

MSALUCILLE DiCAMPLI (McDONALD SELZNICK ASSOCIATES) New York Director/Agent: Lucille’s career has spanned the spectrum of dance. She’s worked as a professional dancer, choreographer, producer, and agent in several talent agencies in New York, Boston and in Los Angeles. While working as an agent in L.A., Lucille assisted in the growth, development and visibility of dance and choreography in all mediums. Several years ago, she opened the New York division of McDonald Selznick Associates and is currently directing the agency. MSA represents some of the finest Choreography and Dance talent in the business. Her clients have choreographed or danced in feature films, television, music videos, tours, Broadway shows, commercials, and more. They have worked with vocalists like Madonna, Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, Cher, and Beyonce. On Broadway, in such shows as Wicked, In the Heights, Mary Poppins, Guys and Dolls, Billy Elliot, and Rock of Ages; just to name a few. Her directors and choreographers have received American Choreography Awards, Emmy Awards, Tony Awards, DramaLogue Awards and MTV Awards. Lucille is thrilled to be back on the East Coast, working with her roster of high caliber artists and establishing a stronger dance community in New York.

Kevin DudaKEVIN DUDA made his Broadway debut, featured with Laura Linney in Les Liaisons Dangereuses for The Roundabout Theater Company. Currently, he can be seen as part of the original company of The Book of Mormon, written by Trey Parker & Matt Stone of "South Park" fame, as well as Bobby Lopez, co-creator of Avenue Q. On tour: Laurie in Little Women starring Maureen McGovern, Thalia/Cupid in Xanadu, Cinderella (1st & 2nd National Tour) starring Eartha Kitt  The Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber in Europe and Guys & Dolls in Macau, China.
Other US credits include: Dream at Florida Repertory Theater; Moby Dick: The Musical! (US Premiere);  I Remember Johnny opposite Margaret Whiting; The World Goes ‘Round at Barrington Stage; Camila (World Premiere) at Walnut Street Theater; Memphis (World Premiere) and Just So (World Premiere) at the Tony Award Winning Goodspeed Opera House.  He has been honored to work with the Pioneer Valley Symphony, The Florida Orchestra, The Memphis Symphony Orchestra and The Boston Pops.
Kevin has created, hosted, performed in or produced industrials, commercials & voiceovers for companies such as NBCU, Citigroup,  Anheuser Busch, ION, Herschend Entertainment, Six Flags, Walgreens, Bank of America, Chevrolet, Bally's Casinos, MTS Mobile, Smith Barney, The American Cancer Society, Kentucky Fried Chicken, The Wildlife Conservation Society, Comcast and Toys for Tots.

MICHAEL EINFELD began his career as an actor, singer and dancer/choreographer. He attended College at the Cornish Institute of the Allied Arts. After moving to LA, Michael was a casting intern for Olivia Harris He worked as a theatrical agent for 17 years, starting the careers of Brendan Frasier, Jim Caviezal, Jeremy London, Jensen Ackles, Riley Smith, David Tom, 12-time Emmy Nominee Heather Tom, Hillary Swank, Kellan Lutz, as well as handling living legends Tony Curtis, Shari Lewis and Lambchop, Dean Jones, Charlotte Rae, Gil Gerard, Jerry Van Dyke, Tippi Hedren, Phyllis Diller, Shirley Jones and Patrick Cassidy. He is currently a talent manager whose client list includes Oscar, Tony, Emmy, Drama Desk, Ovation and Grammy winners. He still finds time to take 10hrs of dance class a week while in NY.

Clear Talent GroupCHRISTOPHER FREER (CLEAR TALENT GROUP) has been the Director of Clear Talent Group’s New York office since its inception. A former performer, Christopher draws on vast and different experiences to help provide his clients with the advice and guidance to grow and advance their careers. After an internship at Bernard Telsey Casting, Christopher went to work at the two premiere agencies representing dancers in LA. After those experiences, he came back to NYC to launch the NYC office of Clear Talent Group.

ASMERET GHEBREMICHAEL's Broadway credits include Elf, Legally Blonde (Pilar), Spamalot, Wicked, and Footloose. Off-Broadway; In the Heights (Drama Desk Award). Film/TV: "Confessions of a Shopaholic", "Red Hook,"" The Drummer," "Legally Blonde" (MTV), "As the World Turns;' "Law & Order: Trial by Jury." She holds as B.S. in Communications from NYU.

RACHEL HOFFMAN, CSA, has worked in casting since 1999. She is currently a Casting Director at Telsey + Company, where she has been involved in the casting of Memphis, Bring It On, Baby It’s You, Catch Me If You Can, Sister Act, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Spider-Man, The Addams Family, Wicked, Rent, In The Heights and many others.  She lectures and teaches audition workshops on musical theatre performing/auditioning at many colleges and universities around the US and produces senior showcases in NYC for graduating classes of some of the top musical theatre departments.  She is also a staff member of the Broadway Dreams Foundation. Prior to casting, she worked as a performer in NYC, and received her BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan.

DAVID KENT shas served as Dance Captain for the Tony-Award winning Broadway hit musical Chicago, and has been responsible for preparing actors, singers, and dancers for performances of the show world-wide. This has included training and working with a wide variety of celebrities and Broadway veterans from Charlotte d'Amboise and Ruthie Henshall to Ashlee Simpson and Christie Brinkley.
David has also performed in the National Tours of Chicago, and Guys and Dolls and the International tour of Chicago, Cats, and West Side Story.

LESLIE KRITZER has appeared on Broadway in Hairspray and Legally Blonde The Musical. Off-Broadway she was seen in The Great American Trailer Park Musical, Bat Boy, and Godspell, and her regional credits include Vanities (Kathy), Babes in Arms (Baby Rose), and both Grease (Rizzo) and Funny Girl (Fanny) at Paper Mill Playhouse.
She received a 2006 Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical for The Great American Trailer Park Musical, followed by a 2007 Special Achievement MAC Award for her show Leslie Kritzer Is Patti LuPone at Les Mouches, and a 2007 Clarence Derwent Award for her performance as Serena in Legally Blonde.
In March 2010 Kritzer, along with Tom Wopat, Vanessa L. Williams, and Barbara Cook starred in the musical revue, Sondheim on Sondheim.

Lorin LatarroLORIN LATARRO has performed and taught all over the world. She currently can be seen in the new Broadway Revival of Guys and Dolls. Other Broadway credits include: A Chorus Line performing the roles of Cassie and Sheila, the lead role of Brenda in Movin' Out, Bambi in Curtains, Fermina in Man of La Mancha, Nadjira in The Apple Tree, lead Lyndy Hop in Swing, and was featured in Fosse, Kiss Me Kate, Spamalot, and Wonderful Town. She was Assistant Choreographer on NBC’s "Grease, You’re The One That I Want" and "Clash of The Choirs" and was also seen on PBS "Great Performances." Lorin graduated from Juilliard, danced with Martha Graham Co. and Momix. Lorin also directs and choreographs Broadway By The Year at Town Hall, Broadway Bares, and numerious national commercials, and has assisted on the development of many Broadway shows.

MELISSA MAHON, a director/choreographer for theater, television, and film. Her work has been seen on the NBC’s The Today Show Halloween Special, The Astaire and Rogers film compilation, Broadway Bares, Dance Austria! premier at Lincoln Center 2010, and many special events on Broadway including Gypsy of the Year and Easter Bonnet.   In addition, Melissa performs nightly in “Chicago: The Musical” having performed every female role including Roxie and Velma. Other Broadway: The Producers, 42nd Street, Cats, The Sound of Music.

MICHAEL MINDLIN has taught numerous musical theater and dance master classes throughout the country, including New York, Washington D.C., New Jersey, Northern Stage and Princeton Ballet School. His direction and choreography was most recently represented in productions of Beauty and the Beast and Evita.
As a performer, he has appeared on Broadway in 9 to 5 and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Other credits: Camelot (NY Philharmonic/PBSʼ Live from Lincoln Center), School Daze (NYMF) West Side Story (50th Anniversary USA Tour) and the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular along with many regional productions.
Michael is currently performing the role of Pepper in the Broadway production of Mamma Mia!

VIVIAN NIXON was named in Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” fresh out of the Fordham/Ailey BFA program. Her professional experience includes Broadway: Women on The Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Ensemble/u.s.Candela/Paulina), Memphis (Ensemble/Asst. Dance Captain), Hot Feet (Kalimba). Regional/Tours: Twist (Josephine/Ensemble), West Side Story (Anita), Brothers of the Knight (Sunday/Re-staged), Bayou Legend (Sara). Film: 500 Days of Summer, Louis (Anaya), Bolden (Anaya). TV: “Smash” (NBC/pilot). “Glee” (FX), “Weeds” (Showtime). “Eli Stone” (ABC), “Everybody Hates Chris” (CW), “That’s So Raven” (Disney). Ms. Nixon has also worked with a number of recording artists on tour and live television programs such as The Academy Awards. She credits her artistic training to the Kirov Academy of Ballet, the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, Alvin Ailey, the Aaron Speiser Acting Studio, Shelton Becton, Marianne Challis and Stephen Horst.

Sarah O'GlebySARAH O'GLEBY is currently Dance Captain on the new Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying with Daniel Radcliffe. And last season she was Dance captain on Promises, Promises with Sean Hayes and Kristen Chenoworth. Sarah has also worked on the ‘81st Academy Awards’ with Hugh Jackman and Beyonce as Assistant Choreographer. Her US regional credit: Carousel (Great Barrington Stage) for Joshua Bergasse. Her West End London theatre credits include: Candide , Footloose , A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum , We Will Rock You, Mamma Mia and Saturday Night Fever. Her UK Touring credits include Guys and Dolls and Annie Get Your Gun. Her Assistant Choreography credits include: How to Succeed....., Harps and Angels and 101 Dalmations for Warren Carlyle, The Wedding Singer (U.S Tour), Dancing in Shadows (Soeul, South Korea) and The Producers (Madrid, Spain). TV Credit: 'The Miraculous Year' for HBO.

Patrick PagePATRICK PAGE was born in Spokane, Washington in 1962. He was raised primarily in Monmouth, Oregon, where his parents, Bob and Geri, still reside. He has two brothers, Robert and Michael, and a sister, Gayle. He attended the Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts in Santa Maria, California, and received his BA from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. As a young child, Patrick watched his father perform Shakespeare at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, and the theatre bug took hold. Patricks Broadway credits include his ongoing role as Scar in The Lion King and three years as Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast. Other Broadway credits include Decius Brutus in Julius Caesar (starring Denzel Washington), Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (standby for Roger Daltrey) and multiple roles in The Kentucky Cycle. Off-Broadway he has appeared in Richard II directed by Steven Berkoff at The Public Theatre, and played the title role in Rex (opposite Melissa Errico) at The York Theatre.

Noah RaceyNOAH RACEY is a New York based performer, choreographer, and director. On Broadway Noah debuted in the revival of Follies and has since appeared in the Original casts of Thoroughly Modern Millie (associate Choreographer), Never Gonna Dance (starring opposite Nancy Lemenager and Karen Ziemba) and most recently Curtains, starring David Hyde Pierce and Debra Monk. Other New York credits include appearances at the Apollo Theatre, City Center Encore's, 3 performances at Carnegie Hall, and a 5 year association with the critically acclaimed BROADWAY BY THE YEAR series at Town Hall. As a choreographer Noah has worked with Tommy Tune, Jerry Mitchell, David Parsons, and Rob Ashford. He choreographed last year’s national tour of White Christmas and Associate Directed High School Musical and High School Musical 2, all directed by Jeff Calhoun for Atlanta’s Theatre Of The Stars. Most recently Noah choreographed the world premiere of Turn of the Century at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre, directed by Tommy Tune, starring Jeff Daniels and Rachel York. Noah is the Founder and Artistic Director of the New York Tap Ensemble with upcoming performances in Kuwait and Italy. He will be performing in New York in 2010, starring in a new (as yet untitled) collaboration with director David Shiner and Cirque Du Soleil at the Beacon Theatre. Noah is a product of—and strong proponent for— arts funding in public schools.

Greg ReuterGREG REUTER has been featured in the Broadway and Los Angeles productions of Spamalot, Shrek the Musical, The Producers, Bells Are Ringing, Chicago, Aida, and Fosse.  As a session singer he has recorded multiple commercial jingles, including National campaigns for Mountain Dew and Sonic Burgers.  Greg has taught at many of the top Music Theatre Universities and Conservatories as a guest artist.

Jeffrey "Shecky" SchecterJEFFREY "SHECKY" SCHECTER 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.)
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.
Jeff is currently appearing on Broadway in The People In The Picture starring Donna Murphy. Read more...

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WENDY SEYB creates and choreographs in the worlds of dance, theatre and video. Her work explores the humorous side of human emotion and story through dance, character, and comedy. Her choreography was most recently seen on Broadway in The Pee Wee Herman Show, which also aired on HBO.  She was nominated for a Lortel, Callaway, and Dora Award for her work in the Off-Broadway/International show The Toxic Avenger Musical. She was also nominated for another Lortel for the Off-Broadway Hit Click Clack Moo, making her a double nominee for 2009-2010 Off-Broadway Season. 
Recent regional work includes The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, a co-production between the Philadelphia Theatre Company and Paper Mill Playhouse, and Harry Connick, Jr.’s The Happy Elf. For tours, her work has been seen at Radio City Music Hall in Nickelodeon’s Storytime Live! and around the country with Virtually Me. Other New York work includes But I’m A Cheerleader and Die Hard: The Puppet Musical, along with The Great Conjurer, which she received a nomination for an innovative theatre award. 
Her dance comedies have been presented at acclaimed New York Venues such as: Dance Theater Workshop, Joyce Soho, The Flea, 37 Arts, Here Arts Center and The Kraine where her piece   received a Golden Nose Award for best comedy piece. 
You can view some of her shorter dance comedies at her website

Binder CastingNIKOLE VALLINS is an independent producer, casting director and artistic consultant. Currently she is the Artistic Consultant for the Choreography and Equity Departments at McDonald Selznick Agency. Producing projects include Indomitable: James Brown at Le Poisson Rouge, National Asian Artist’s Project’s Oklahoma! and Steven Jamail’s Concert at Hudson Terrace. As a casting director, she has worked at Binder Casting and at Dave Clemmons Casting on such projects as A Chorus Line, Finian’s Rainbow, White Christmas, The Lion King, Gypsy, the NY City Center Encores! Series and the feature film, "Hairspray". She is also a co-creator of The Next Step Audition Workshop in NYC. Nikole is on the Artistic Advisory board of Rosie’s Broadway Kids and is a faculty member at The Broadway Theatre Project.

ALÉNA WATTERS can currently be seen in Sister Act on Broadway at the Broadway Theatre.  Broadway Credits include the recent revival of West Side Story (Anita standby), The Addams Family (Original Saloon Girl Ancestor, OBC), and Sister Act (Original Tina/Ensemble). Off Broadway and regional credits include Newsical, Boobs! The Musical, Turn of the Century, Brooklyn, Beehive, & Shout!.  Aléna also worked as one of Bette Midler's Harlettes at a concert at the Metropolitan Opera House, and did work in her Vegas spectacular, The Showgirl Must Go On.  She has a B.A. in Musical Theatre/Acting from the University of Northern Colorado, and was the youngest recipient of UNCo's 2009 Alumni Association's Creative Achievement Award.

Marianne WellsMARIANNE WELLS is a professional voice technician/vocal coach with private studios in New York City and Montréal. Her clients are performing on Broadway, in Film/TV, and as Major Recording Artists. Marianne is well-known for her ability to build a healthy voice with a solid vocal technique that can be applied to any style of singing. With her diverse performance background she helps students develop repertoire for ideal audition material. Marianne’s clients are currently on Broadway and National Tours of Book of Mormon, Anything Goes, Spiderman, Rent, Catch Me If You Can, How to Succeed in Business,  Priscilla, Hair, Rock of Ages, Wicked, Billy Elliot, Addams Family, Mary Poppins,  American Idiot, Next to Normal, West Side Story, Bring It On, White Noise, In the Heights, Shrek, Legally Blonde, Chorus Line, Hairspray, Grease, Fiddler on the Roof, and Jersey Boys as well as the upcoming productions of Evita, Carrie, Godspell and On a Clear Day. She has vocally consulted for "Glee" on Fox, as well as feature films in the United States and Canada for DreamWorks, Disney Productions, Warner Brothers, Fox and The Weinstein Co.  Marianne also serves as a Vocal Producer for major record labels including Universal/Def Jam, Sony, EMI and J Records.