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Marc Kimelman


Marc Kimelman is an award-winning choreographer from Toronto, Canada currently residing in New York City. He has worked in every area of the entertainment industry – bringing his gifts for storytelling through forward-thinking movement. He was most recently represented on Broadway as the Associate Choreographer of the Tony Award Winning musical JAGGED LITTLE PILL.

As a theater Choreographer, Marc’s credits include MAN OF LA MANCHA (Stratford Shakespeare Festival), THE WIZARD OF OZ (Theatre by the Sea), COMPANY directed by Gary Griffin, ONCE ON THIS ISLAND (Toronto’s Dora Award for Outstanding Choreography), BROADWAY BARES 22 & 23, and Off-Broadway’s production of PLAY IT COOL. Regionally, Marc has choreographed JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (North Carolina Theatre) and THE BALLAD OF LITTLE JO (Two River Theatre). On tour, Marc’s choreography includes the National Tour of SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, BILLY ELLIOT, NEWSIES, and more.

As an Associate Choreographer, Marc’s credits include A BRONX TALE, Broadway’s Tony-nominated revival of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, and the 1st national tour of Queen’s WE WILL ROCK YOU. Additional Associate Choreographer theater credits include Disney’s workshop production of FREAKY FRIDAY, the Broadway workshop production of HANDS ON A HARD BODY, and Paper Mill Playhouse’s ONCE ON THIS ISLAND.

On television Marc’s work has been seen on the hit CBS drama ELEMENTARY. He has also choreographed for DEGRASSI: THE NEXT GENERATION. His work on the silver screen was most recently seen in the independent feature DON’T TALK TO IRENE, starring Academy Award winner Geena Davis.

Marc has worked with the New York City Ballet, Katy Perry, Phish, Kurt Browning, Deborah Cox, Neil Young, Patti Lupone, and Chaka Kahn. In print, Marc has worked as a movement consultant for Vogue Magazine and Annie Leibovitz. Additionally, Marc has created shows for Holland America Cruise Lines, Hershey Park, and RWS.  In his spare time, Marc enjoys teaching on faculty at Broadway Dance Center and Steps on Broadway.

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