Dance Teacher Faculty Bio | Sergio Trujillo | Steps on Broadway Faculty – Steps on Broadway
Sergio Trujillo
Sergio Trujillo is an internationally recognized choreographer and the recipient of the 2015 Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreography for Memphis The Musical and a 2016 Tony Award nominee for choreography in the Broadway Musical On Your Feet!.

In 2011, Mr. Trujillo had the honor of having four shows simultaneously running on Broadway; Tony Award winning Best Musical Memphis (Olivier Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Drama Desk and Astaire Award nominations), Tony and Olivier Award winning Best Musical Jersey Boys (Greenroom Award, Olivier, Drama Desk, Dora, Outer Critics Circle Award nominations), The Addams Family, and Next to Normal, the recipient of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize.

Currently, Sergio is the choreographer of the Broadway productions of Ain't Too Proud (Tony nomination, OCC nomination, Chita Rivera Award nomination), Summer (Chita Rivera Award) and A Bronx Tale (Chita Rivera Award nomination). Other Broadway choreography credits include: Hands on a Hardbody (Drama Desk nomination), Leap of Faith (DramaDesk Award nomination), Guys and Dolls (Astaire Awards nomination) and All Shook Up.

Mr. Trujillo directed and choreographed: Arrabal (The ART-Elliott Norton Award for direction), Gloria Estefan On Broadway (Minskoff Theatre), Flashdance (National Tour). Other Theater credits include; Carmen: An afro-cuban musical (Olney Theatre-Helen Hayes Award nomination), Invisible Thread (Second Stage -Astaire Award nomination), Mambo Kings (San Francisco) and Zhivago and The Wiz (La Jolla Playhouse).

International theatre credits include: Cirque De Soleil's Paramour in Germany, Peggy Sue Got Married (West End), the revival of the Broadway musical Kiss Me Kate in Tokyo, Disney's re-imagined musical Tarzan in Europe (John Kraaijkamp Musical Award nomination) and The Public Theater's production of Romeo & Juliet. In Canada, Sergio choreographed the revival of The Sound of Music and the critically acclaimed production of West Side Story at the Stratford Festival.

TV/Film credits include; Jersey Boys (directed by Clint Eastwood), Multiple performances on the Tony Awards, World's Best(CBS), So You Think You Can Dance (in Canada), Triple Sensation (CBC), The 14th American Comedy Awards, NBC's Primetime Presentation at Radio City, Broadway: The American Musical for PBS.

In December 2012, Mr. Trujillo was distinguished as one of the Top 100 Colombians in the world by President Juan Manuel Santos.