Faculty Profile James Kinney

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    James Kinney

    James Kinney

    Jazz/Theater

    Biography:

    James has been performing prfesstionaly since the age of 15. Starting his training at the Florida Ballet and latter moving to NYC where he’s been for the past 16 years . As a Choreographer James most recently returned from Florida where he choreographed Hello Dolly staring Sally Struthers and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Other works include an original ballet entitled “MARCH” which was commissioned by the New Jersey Ballet, after it’s debut at Alvin Ailey. Later this year he served as the associate Choreographer for Guys and Dolls at the Hollywood Bowl, staring Jessica Biel. Other credits include: The Butcher’s New Day, (short film) Cross That River, (off Broadway) Thespian’s the Movie, and is the Associate Artistic Director and resident Choreographer of the Broadway Dreams Foundation.

    As a performer his Broadway credits include: Fosse, Dance of Death, Barry Manilow’s Harmony and the most recent revival of Sweet Charity, starring Christina Applegate.