Working in the Theatre: Choreography

What is choreography? It “is a joy of putting movement together, but it’s also a craft, and something that is intellectual too,” says Camille A. Brown (The Public, NYTW, City Center).

“It’s less about a slick presentation of bodies on space, and more about the notion of true feeling, true connection, true interpersonal relationships, however that helps tell a very deep and moving story,” adds Josh Prince (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Broadway Dance Lab founder).

Join Camille, Josh and Sergio Trujillo (On Your Feet!, Next to Normal, Jersey Boys) as they explore the craft of making dance come to life onstage 8 shows a week.

For more information on Broadway Dance Lab, click here.

For more information about On Your Feet, click here.

For more information on:
Camille A. Brown,
Josh Prince
Sergio Trujillo

American Theatre Wing’s Working in the Theatre documentary series features the most fascinating people on the stage, behind the scenes, and in the audience. From Tony Awards® and Obie Awards® winning artists to the next generation of theatre makers, we capture theatre’s inner-workings, industry luminaries, and unique stories that surround important work.