Faculty Profile Enrique Brown

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    Enrique Brown

    Bio



    Having begun his training at the Houston Ballet Academy and Virginia School of the Arts, Enrique has enjoyed a whirlwind career as a performer, working in productions across the country from the stages of Ballet Oklahoma, to the bright lights of Broadway where his credits include The Little Mermaid, Fiddler on the Roof, The Music Man, and Oklahoma!. His growing list of choreography credits, which includes a nomination for Outstanding Choreography for his work on nomin Temple of the Souls (a new work presented at the 2017 New York Musical Festival), also includes NYU/Tisch’s production of In the Heights and a credit as the associate choreographer for the örst national tour of Oklahoma!. Over the last decade Enrique has also served as a director for productions around the country for shows such as Nice Work If You Can Get It, and founded his own production company (Brown Productions) in 2009, dedicated to mounting shows from Broadway to the West End.
                    Week of: May 25, 2020 - May 31, 2020
     
    Workshops
    Musical Theater Workshop with Enrique Brown- Spring 2020 (Jazz/Theater)