Tap Faculty Bio | Andrew Black | Steps on Broadway
Faculty - Steps on Broadway


Andrew Black

Andrew Black has performed from the stage of Carnegie Hall to the streets of Tokyo's DisneySea. Favorite Credits include: Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Asst. Choreographer, Asst. Director, Dance Captain and Swing), The First National Tour of 42nd Street (Bert Barry/ Pat Denning us), Thoroughly Modern Millie, (Dance Captain and Graydon us @ Gateway Playhouse), 42nd Street for Randy Skinner (Dance Captain and Swing) at the Westchester Broadway Dinner Theater, Tap Dogs, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat, Sugar, Singing in the Rain, Anything Goes, The Nationally Televised Tribute to Dudley Moore, Moon Over Buffalo, Lend Me a Tenor, Love, Sex and the IRS, "Freshly Tossed" @ NYMF for Ray Hesselink, Crazy Love (Barney and Asst. Choreographer) for the Off Square Theater in Jackson Hole, WY. He has choreographed over forty different shows and taught workshops for schools, theaters, and festivals across the planet including South Africa and Italy.

Class Description
Andrew's Tap and Theater Dance classes are technique based with an in-depth warm-up, and across-the-floor patterns that focus on fundamentals including turns, jumps, and clear rhythms. Finally the combination is in a variety of styles from 1920's Charleston, to 1940's Swing to MGM style Fred and Ginger numbers to Elvis and even some modern music thrown in just for fun.