/Guest Educators/

Will Loftis


STYLE: Contemporary, Jazz

BIO: Will Loftis is currently the Supervising Choreographer for the Dancing with the Stars 2020 Tour. His recent choreography credits include CinemaCon, the Teen Choice Awards, CBS’s hit TV show The World’s Best, Little Big Shots, Maks Val Peta MVP Tour, Good Morning America with MVP, and associate choreography for Strictly Come Dancing and Zombies. Will was named one of the top 15 finalists for the Capezio A.C.E. Awards held in New York City. He has had the opportunity to work as the assistant choreographer for several projects/programs, such as: Miley Cyrus Gypsy Heart Tour, The European Music Awards, Kylie Minogue Aphrodite Tour, Florence and The Machine, The X Factor USA, Dancing With the Stars, The Voice, American Idol, Los Angeles Ballet and Cincinnati Ballet. Will has also been an assistant choreographer on SYTYCD for Mandy Moore, Christopher Scott, Sonya Tayeh, Michael Rooney, Ray Leeper, and Dee Caspary.

Will’s extensive performing credits in film, TV, and stage include Disney’s original movies, Teen Beach Movie and Teen Beach 2 playing the character “Lugnut” in both films, hit TV shows such as GLEE, Dancing With the Stars with Ariana Grande, The Primetime Emmys, MTV Video Music Awards with Taylor Swift, America’s Got Talent, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The VMA’s with Florence and the Machine, “No Strings Attached” Shake it Up, Austin and Ally, Bunheads, The View, and Good Morning America. Will also appeared in an international commercial for Microsoft choreographed by Jamal Sims and Christopher Scott, a promo commercial for the Academy Awards with Ellen Degeneres, the “Rock the Vote” campaign choreographed by Travis Wall and “Camp Fred,” a Nickelodeon film, choreographed by Tony Testa. In addition, Will has worked closely with Kenny Ortega, Marguerite Derricks and The LXD. On stage, Will has performed with the following companies: Sonya Tayeh’s “Tayeh Dance,” Tessandra Chavez’s “Unity LA,” Justin Giles’ “SoulEscape” and Stacey Tookey’s “Still Motion”.

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