Dance Teacher Faculty Bio | Warren Carlyle | Steps on Broadway
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Warren Carlyle
WARREN CARLYLE is a Tony Award winning Director/Choreographer: Most recently choreographed the Tony Award winning revival of Hello, Dolly! starring Bette Midler at The Shubert Theater. Directed and choreographed the Tony nominated Broadway musical After Midnight at the Brooks Atkinson Theater, Chaplin at the Barrymore Theater, Hugh Jackman: Back On Broadway at the Broadhurst Theater, the critically acclaimed, Tony nominated revival of Finian's Rainbow at the St James Theater and A Tale of Two Cities at the Al Hirschfeld Theater; Choreographed She Loves Me (Studio 54), On The 20th Century (American Airlines Theater), The Mystery Of Edwin Drood, (Studio 54), A Christmas Story (Lunt Fontanne) and the Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim's Follies at the Marriot Marquis Theater. He directed and choreographed the 2015 New York Spring Spectacular starring the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall, creating the first new production in 30 years. In 2018, he premiered a new ballet for New York City Ballet called Something To Dance About.

Warren has been nominated for two Tony Awards, seven Drama Desk Awards, for Outstanding Direction and Outstanding Choreography, and an Emmy award for Choreography. He is a winner of the Tony Award, two Outer Critics Circle Awards, the Drama Desk Award and the prestigious Astaire Award for choreography.

Selected additional New York credits include: Directed and choreographed Me & My Girl (City Center Encores!); On Your Toes (City Center Encores!); and Cotton Club Parade (Jazz at Lincoln Center and City Center); choreographed Carousel for the New York Philharmonic, (Avery Fisher Hall); Girl Crazy, On The Town, Finian's Rainbow, Juno and Stairway To Paradise (all Encores! at City Center); 101 Dalmatians (Madison Square Garden / U.S Tour); You Again (NY Fringe Festival); Working (Zipper Theater); Slut! (ATA); Roundabout 40th Anniversary Gala, Roundabout 50th Anniversary Gala and The 24 Hour Musicals at The Public Theater.

His Broadway show After Midnight is currently being performed around the world on Norwegian Cruise Line, along with a brand new commission of the musical HAVANA! a new Cuban inspired original musical.

Regional Credits include: Hello, Dolly! 1st national tour, starring Betty Buckley; Directed and choreographed the 'sold out' Australian Arena Tour of Hugh Jackman, from Broadway to Oz; Produced, directed and choreographed the pre Broadway tour of Hugh Jackman In Performance (Curran Theater San Fransisco, Princess Of Wales Theater Toronto); choreographed The Sting, starring Harry Connick Jr (Paper Mill Playhouse); Follies (The Kennedy Center and The Ahmanson Theater Los Angeles); Camelot (Stratford Shakespeare Festival Canada); A Christmas Story (all U.S. touring companies); Musical Staging for the Randy Newman revue Harps & Angels (Mark Taper Forum Los Angeles); directed and choreographed the award winning Limelight (La Jolla Playhouse); directed and choreographed Buddy's Tavern (The O'Neill Theater Center, Richard Rodgers Award Winner); Lucky Guy (Goodspeed); choreographed Mame (The Kennedy Center); Dancing In The Dark (Old Globe Theater, San Diego); The Pirates Of Penzance (Paper Mill Playhouse, Goodspeed; CT Critics Circle Award for Best Choreography); The Bakers Wife (Goodspeed) and Pageant (Second City Chicago).

He is represented on film and television by his choreography and staging of The 68th & 69th Annual Tony Awards Broadcast (CBS); Five seasons of So You Think You Can Dance (FOX); Deception starring Hugh Jackman (20th Century Fox); She Loves Me (Broadway HD / PBS).

Warren received a 2013 Emmy nomination for his work on Carousel (Live at Lincoln Center, PBS); Also choreographed Hope and Faith (ABC); An Evening At The Boston Pops (PBS); and Elton John's music video Made In England.

Coming up this season Warren is choreographing the revival of Kiss Me Kate on Broadway and directing and choreographing the Hugh Jackman World Tour.