Patrick Garr Broadway Dance Masterclass

Saturday, March 28th


In this online masterclass, students will learn combinations in the style of original Broadway musicals, while implementing fundamental technical elements and exploring storytelling through movement. Dancers will be challenged to explore their own artistic strengths in a safe space, while incorporating technical theatre dance repertoire to prepare students for a professional career on Broadway. All classes begin with a jazz warmup with a modern flare to challenge dancers in areas such as balance, agility, strength and technique, while additionally preparing the body for intense movement.

Patrick is a New York-based dancer, singer, actor, choreographer and dance teacher currently performing on the Angelica Tour of HAMILTON: An American Musical as Samuel Seabury and Man 2. He was most recently seen as a swing in Mean Girls on Broadway. He graduated from the University of Kentucky with a BA in Theatre, Musical Theatre Certificate, and a minor in Dance. Patrick is a proud Contemporary Dance alum of the School for the Creative and Performing Arts and the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts. Patrick has trained extensively with Giordano Dance Chicago on scholarship, iTheatrics (NYC), Broadway Dance Center, Alvin Ailey, and more. After graduation Patrick moved to New York City to pursue a career in performance. Patrick’s professional credits include: Jerome Robbins Broadway, Fiddler on the Roof (The MUNY), Mary Poppins (The Lexington Theatre Company), Hello, Dolly!, Aida, Billy Elliot, Big Fish (Music Theatre Wichita). Patrick is on faculty with Groove National Dance Competition, Varsity All Star Dance Competition, Broadway Classroom, and Man In Motion NYC. As a choreographer, Patrick's credits include: Addams Family, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and selections from Matilda, Chicago, Pippin. He is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association. For more information: or @mrpatrickg

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