With a repertoire of styles ranging from Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Theatre, Hip-Hop and Acrobatic Partnering, Chris Houston is a consummate dancer, choreographer, and international teacher.
Chris appeared in London’s West End productions of Miss Saigon (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), and Cats (New London Theatre). In regional theatre Chris appeared in Babes in Arms (Churchill Theatre London), Peter Pan (King’s Theatre Edinburgh), and Cinderella (King’s Theatre Glasgow).
As a choreographer, Chris has created for Michael Flatley’s docu-drama King of Clubs on the BBC. He has also choreographed a variety of industrial events in association with Jean Ann Ryan Productions, Purple Lotus Productions and Secrets Las Vegas. Chris has also been the artistic coordinator for the legendary Crazy Horse Paris cabaret (MGM Grand Las Vegas), as well as choreographer for numerous acrobatic performances at festivals across Europe.
Chris has traveled the globe with the industry’s cutting-edge directors, choreographers and producers, performing in productions from Europe and the Middle East to Asia. He appeared in Las Vegas with Celine Dion’s A New Day theatre spectacular at Caesar’s Palace, directed by Franco Dragone, as well on the Celine Dion Taking Chances World Tour directed by Jamie King. Following a run with Cirque du Soleil in Viva Elvis, choreographed by Tabitha and Napoleon and directed by Vincent Paterson, Chris performed in CHICAGO the musical.
On stage or television, Chris has performed with many stars including, Sir Elton John, Jerry Seinfeld, Sir Richard Branson, Michael Flatley, Justin Timberlake, Oprah Winfrey, Jerry Lewis, and Ellen Degeneres. From the World Music Awards, television commercials, music videos and the annual Jerry Lewis Telethon, Chris continues to push the boundaries of inspired performing arts.
For more information on Chris, check out his website ChristopherHouston.com