Luis Salgado (Dancer, Teacher and Choreographer) is the Latin Assistant Choreographer of the Tony Award Broadway Musical,"In The Heights". Luis has performed in Broadway shows like "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown" and "In The Heights" as well as Other Off Broadway and Broadway try outs such as The Mambo Kings (Frankie Suárez), Fame on 42nd Street (Joe Vegas u/s), and Aida among others. Film Credits include(s):"American Gangster", "Dirty Dancing 2", "Enchanted" and "Step Up 2 The Streets" (Alejandro), performing and assisting the choreographers in both "Enchanted" and "Step Up 2 The Streets".
Luis has originate choreography for NY Musicals such as "Zapata The Musical" in the 2012 New York Music Theatre Festival, "DC-7 The Robert Clemente Story", "Shafrika The White Girl", "I'll Be Damned", "The Drop Outs" and "Serenade" where he won an HOLA award for choreography. Luis has also directed shows and festival in and out of the United States, the most recent and successful ones "Candela Fuerza y Pasion" in Lima Peru and "The 2011 Choreographers Festival" in NYC.
A BroadwayWorld.com Gypsy of the Month, 2009 Grand Marshal of NY Dance Parade and a Drama Desk Award winner for Outstanding Ensemble of "In the Heights". Luis is the founder/director of R.Evolución Latina, an organization that utilizes the arts through educational and collaborative programming to empower the Latino community to discover their full potential; Making a difference through the arts with the philosophy of DARING TO GO BEYOND!. Most recent Luis created Salgado Productions -Art with a purpose where is now developing new productions such as "Amigo Duende The Musical" with original music by Tony Award nominee Joshua Henry.
For more about Luis visit: www.LuisSalgado.com
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