Marc Kimelman is an award-winning choreographer from Toronto, Canada currently residing in New York City.
Marc is currently the associate choreographer for Broadway’s Tony-award winning Jagged Little Pill (Broadway, National Tour, Australia). He was the associate choreographer for Broadway’s A Bronx Tale and National Tour, and assistant choreographer for Broadway’s revival of Jesus Christ Superstar.
He choreographed Saturday Night Fever (National Tour), Billy Elliot (GoodSpeed Musicals), Man of La Mancha (Stratford Shakespeare Festival), Newsies (Drayton), Play It Cool and The Apple Boys (Off-Broadway), Once on this Island (Dora Award for Outstanding Choreography), Company (Gary Griffin), The Ballad of Little Jo and Songbird (Two River Theatre).
TV/Film credits includes: Disney Plus upcoming feature film World's Best (associate. Tommy Kail producer), Degrassi: The Next Generation, Instant Star, Don’t Talk to Irene feature film (TIFF, starring Geena Davis), Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and NBC’s One Night Only.
Marc was movement consultant for Vogue magazine (Annie Leibovitz, Charlize Theron, A$AP Rock).
Associate/Assistant: Next to Normal at the Kennedy Centre (Michael Grief), Queen’s We Will Rock You (National Tour), Freaky Friday (Disney workshop), Hands on a Hardbody (Broadway workshop), Seven Deadly Sins (NYC Ballet with Patti Lupone), Elementary (CBS).
Marc has worked with Katy Perry, Phish, Deborah Cox, Kurt Browning, Neil Young and Chaka Kahn. He has directed and choreographed multiple productions for cruise lines (Holland America, Azamara Cruise Lines) and theme parks (Hershey Park).
Marc is on faculty at NYC’s Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway and Toronto’s Metro Movement.