After Elton: I was looking at your credits, and I knew you best from I wasn’t as aware of the acting you’ve done. I did my first national tour when I was six years old with Tommy Tune as the Director.He was one of my very first inspirations as a choreographer and I wanted to emulate that. I worked with Susan Stroman early on, and I have been lucky to be in Broadway shows and a lot movies. It’s a very strange thought that a choreographer can walk down the street and get recognized. You have everything from little girls, and older women, and men that love the show that you wouldn’t expect to. And now what comes with that also is, people want to know more about you. I’m constantly between New York, and LA and overseas.
Expect some Broadway magic when Stephen Karam’s off-Broadway comedy Speech & Debate hits the big screen.Spencer Liff: I announced this project, I’m thinking, about June or July last year so it’s been a long time coming.We bought Neil a pair of heels and me a matching pair of heels back in October and we just started going in the studio with mic stands and microphones and started just getting really used to walking in heels and being a woman.Cookies používáme proto, abychom mohli přizpůsobovat a měřit reklamy a vytvářet bezpečnější prostředí.Když na tomto webu na něco kliknete nebo přejdete, vyjádříte tím svůj souhlas, že smíme pomocí cookies shromažďovat informace na Facebooku i mimo něj., it’s easy to take for granted the amount of work that goes into each routine.Thankfully, many of the choreographers from the Fox series have been recognized with Emmy nominations for their often jaw-dropping routines.The film adaptation will unite Spring Awakening star Austin Mc Kenzie, Liam James and original star Sarah Steele as a trio of high school outcasts.They may not have been super popular on stage, but now, a host of Great White Way favorites will keep them company.One of the show’s regular choreographers, Spencer Liff, was nominated in the Best Choreography category and will find out next month if he’ll be taking home one of the gold statues.(Christopher Scott and Stacey Tookey are the other choreographers currently nominated) We grabbed a few minutes recently with the out Liff to talk about the career he’s been at for 20 years (he’s only 27), why being out and proud is important to him and how he has a definite plan with where he wants his career to take him.