Thursday, September 3, 2015

Broadway Dancer Buddy Casimano Flips for Skipperdee's

Buddy flips for Skipperdee's Sweet Parlor in Point Lookout, NY

Buddy Casimano is a Broadway dance veteran with credits that include: Broadway's "Miss Saigon"- "Starlight Express"- "Hercules Live on Broadway" - "Red Hot Broadway" -"Miss Saigon" 1st National Tour, "That's Christmas", & POP goes BROADWAY (starring Debbie Gibson).

Before tumbling into show business, he was a competitive ELITE level gymnast as well as a 3 time Jr. Olympic swimming champion.

He has worked with some of the most noted choreographers, & directors in the entertainment industry including ; George Schlatter, Twyla Tharp, Jerry Mitchell, James L. Brooks, Arlene Phillips, Michael Peters, Otis Salid, Jodi Moccia, & Paula Abdul.

Buddy has appeared in numerous music videos on MTV, & worked with other recording artists such as SYLVESTER, Deborah Cooper, Darlene Love, Chris Cuevas, Paul Young, & Tommy Page.

Some of his recent work includes : Assistant director for ABC Family TV, choreographer for Walmart Shareholder's meeting, choreographer for Norwegian Cruise Lines, director & co- choreographer of the Debbie Gibson/Tiffany National Tour as well as Hosting/Emceeing for Spirit of Dance Awards National talent competition..

His life in show business has been filled with some crazy experiences like being kicked by Madonna; having my nose broken by Sandy Duncan, drinking a Heineken w/ Cybil Sheperd, enjoying a scotch with Patton Oswalt, falling down the stairs w/ Sally Struthers & sipping tea w/ George Michael.

His legs were the model for Elvis in the international ABSOLUT Memphis ads, his “derrier” is immortalized in the Broadway Bares coffee table book, "Backstage Pass". A pair of his dance shoes are displayed in the Hard Rock Cafe`as well as in the Smithsonian pop-culture exhibit.

He has been teaching dance & judging for National talent competitions for over 20 yrs. and currently teaches master classes in jazz, musical theater, lyrical, acro-dance & his own athletic, jazz-infused style he calls "Buddy-ography".

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