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Noah Racey

Musical Theater Dance Intensive Faculty

Noah Racey is a New York based performer, director, choreographer and educator who made his Broadway debut in the 2001 revival of Follies, and has since appeared in the original casts of Thoroughly Modern Millie (Associate Choreographer), Never Gonna Dance and Curtains.

Last year, Racey celebrated 10 years with the critically acclaimed Broadway By The Year series at New York's Town Hall where he also directed Brooklyn to Hollywood, starring Tovah Feldshuh, and the 2008 Nightlife Awards. Also at Town Hall, he directed and choreographed the world premier of All Singin', All Dancin'.

Racey choreographed the world premier of Turn of the Century (Chicago's Goodman Theatre) directed by Tommy Tune, starring Jeff Daniels and Rachel York. He also choreographed the 2008-09 White Christmas national tour and was Associate Director for Jeff Calhoun's High School Musical, High School Musical 2 (Fox, Atlanta) and Shenandoah (Ford's Theatre DC, starring Scott Bakula).

Racey recently won his second Connecticut Critic Circle award for Outstanding Choreography in Annie Get Your Gun.  His first award was for his portrayal of Charley in Where's Charley, both at the Goodspeed Operahouse. 

His choreography will next be featured in the Seattle 5th Avenue Theatre's production of Guys and Dolls, as well as Goodspeed Operahouse's Show Boat.  Racey is the founder and artistic director of the internationally acclaimed New York Song & Dance Company, appearing in Bahrain in March. He is a strong proponent and product of arts funding in public schools. 

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