Faculty Profile Reed Luplau

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    Reed Luplau

    Reed Luplau

    Ballet

    Biography:

    Reed Luplau is currently a dancer for Lar Lubovitch Dance Company. Born in Perth, Australia, Reed began training at his mother’s studio, Jody Marshall Dance Company, studying jazz, tap, acrobatics, ballet and musical theatre. At the age of 15, Reed was accepted into the Australian Ballet School (ABS), where he continued his training. After graduating from the ABS in 2004, Reed was invited by past Artistic Directors Graeme Murphy and Janet Vernon to join Sydney Dance Company. Other choreographers include Stephen Petronio, Meryl Tankard, Narelle Benjiman, Raphael Bonachela and Aszure Barton. In 2009, Reed was awarded the Australian Dance Award for “Most Outstanding Male Dancer” and the Helpmann Award.

    Since moving to NYC in 2010, Reed has danced for Aszure Barton and Artists, Stephen Petronio Company, and Lar Lubovitch Dance Company and worked with choreographers Sonya Tayeh, Cherice Barton, Lisa Shriver, Sean Curran, Brian ‘BT’ Thomas.

    Reed made his acting debut playing the role ‘Theo’ in the film Five Dances, as well as the Green Hornet in Signature Theatre’s production of Kung Fu, directed by Leigh Silverman. Other credits include Maos Last Dancer, Jimmy Fallon’s stunt, NBC’s Superstars of Dance, Teen Nickelodeon, The Last Goodbye (WS), Fighting Gravity by Sonya Tayeh and PHISH at Madison Square Garden.

    Class Description:



    The class is energetic, friendly, fun and vibrant; focusing on musicality, body movement and structure. It is ideal for a contemporary, modern, and ballet dancer, and is a great way to begin the day.

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