Dance Teacher Faculty Bio | Matt Loehr | Steps on Broadway Faculty – Steps on Broadway
Matt Loehr
Matt loves performing, teaching, life-long learning, and he believes in the transformative power the arts can inspire in all.

As a performer, he most recently played Elder McKinley in The Book of Mormon on Broadway. Additional Broadway productions are the original casts of The Producers, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Mary Poppins, Promises, Promises (2010 revival), and Elf the Musical, as well as stepping in to the productions of Fosse, Movin' Out, and Evita during their Broadway runs.

He is a four time Carbonell Award Winner, South Florida's highest theatrical honor, for Me and My Girl (Bill Snibson), The Music Man (Harold Hill), Crazy For You (Bobby Child), and Hello Dolly! (Cornelius Hackl)- all performed at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre.

Other regional credits: World Premiere of IDAHO! (Slim) at the Smith Center in Las Vegas, Nice Work if You Can Get It (Jimmy Winter) at Sacramento Music Circus, Singin' in the Rain (Don Lockwood) at North Shore Music Theatre, Kiss Me Kate (Bill Calhoun) at the Cape Playhouse, and White Christmas (Phil Davis) at Houston's Theatre Under the Stars.

As a teacher, Matt was a Guest Artist for two years at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts where he taught dance for the BFA Drama Students as well as directing and choreographing the University's mainstage musical, The Drowsy Chaperone, in the Fall of 2015. Additional teaching/ choreographing experiences have been on faculty for The Performing Arts Project (TPAP), The Broadway, Experience, the Commercial Dance Intensive at UNCSA School of Dance, Wake Forest University (guest Choreographer for their Fall dance concert in 2014), Center Stage in Westport, CT, and Mobile Ballet in his home town of Mobile, AL.