Dance Audition Workshop with Buddy Reeder!
on May 31, 2014 in
The Biz has secured the talents of Buddy Reeder for a one-time Dance Audition Workshop at The Biz on Monday, June 16th from 6-8pm. The workshop is open to the first 25 students ages 10 and up. The cost is $20 and you can make your reservation online —>CLICK HERE
More on Buddy Reeder:
BUDDY REEDER (Chicago, IL) has been a dance instructor for over 25 years. Teaching tap, jazz, Luigi and musical theatre dance at various studios and universities around the country. Including: The Intrigue Dance & Performing Arts Center, Columbia College, Roosevelt University, The Lou Conte Dance Studio, Hubbard Street Dance Company Outreach Program, University of Akron, Kent State University, Dance Academy of Libertyville, Rockford College, Lincolnshire Academy of Dance and more.
Buddy’s directing and/or choreography credits include: Mary Poppins (Fireside Theatre), Cats (Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre 2014 & 2009, Broadway Palm Theatres & Little Theatre on the Square), Chicago the musical (Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre), How To Bust a Bully (Little Theatre on the Square), All Shook Up (Little Theatre on the Square), Pump Boys and Dinettes (Carousel Dinner Theatre), Some Like it Hot (Theatre at the Center), High School Musical Jr. / Alice in Wonderland Jr. / Willie Wonka Jr. (Elk Grove Park District), A Night with Harold Arlen (Chicago High School for the Performing Arts), Anything Goes, Annie, 42nd Street and for The Pampered Chef National Convention (featuring the Chicago Bulls drum corps The Stampede) and for Mystique Productions. And Buddy has been Marc Robin’s assistant for the past 10 years!
As a member of The Actor’s Equity Association for almost 20 years, Buddy’s stage credits include: Mary Poppins (Bert), Legally Blonde (Grandmaster Chad/Carlos), A Chorus Line (Larry), Cabaret (Emcee), Cats (Mongojerrie), 42nd Street (Andy Lee), Gypsy (Tulsa), West Side Story (Arab), Xanadu, White Christmas, Thoroughly Modern Millie, All Night Strut and Swing. His Theatre for Young Audience or TYA credits include: Sleeping Beauty (Prince Hunter), Peter Pan (Lost Boy), The Nutcracker (Jack in the Box) and The Velveteen Rabbit (The boy).