Owner & Creative Director of Unique New York Productions & Broadway Donation
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A bit about Mike...

Mike is the founder and creative director of Unique New York Productions.  His video productions, which he writes, directs and choreographs have been seen by millions across the globe.  He has recently directed and choreographed productions for commercial use for Bloomingdale’s, L’Oréal, SeaWorld, Sabra Hummus, and for Shellac in Times Square during New York Fashion Week.  His work has been featured numerous times on The Today’s Show, in The New York Times and The Huffington Post.  

A few of his theatre director/choreography credits include Assistant Choreographer for Death Takes a Holiday (a new musical by Maury Yeston produced by Roundabout Theatre Company starring Rebecca Luker), Director/Choreographer for Oliver! at Festival 56, Choreographer for Annie Get Your Gun at the MacHaydn Theatre, Choreographer for Broadway Under The Stars and Working for Transcendence Theatre Company.  

A few favorite performing credits include Cosmo in Singin’ in the Rain (National Tour and at several Regional Theatres), A Chorus Line (Bobby) and The Producers (Kevin) at Pioneer Theatre, Disney’s Beauty And the Beast and 42nd Street at Walnut Street Theatre, Gypsy (L.A.) at Westchester Broadway, Titanic (Roger Hitchens) at Maine State Music Theatre, Ginger starring Donna McKechnie and Randy Skinner, Best Little Whore House in Texas starring Sally Struthers at the Ogunquit Playhouse, and Naked Boys Singing (Off-Broadway at New World Stages).  

Mike is also the founder and artistic director for Broadway Donation, a company which provides donation based classes and workshops geared towards the professional musical theatre performer.  Classes are taught by Broadway’s most exciting directors, choreographers and teachers.  Their goal is to provide theatre artists of any financial background the continued training that is required of them to succeed in this very demanding, competitive and expensive career.

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