Andy Blankenbuehler

(Choreographer) most recently won the Tony® and the 2017 Drama Desk Awards for Best/Outstanding Choreography for Broadway’s Bandstand.  Other Broadway choreography credits include Hamilton (Tony® Award for Best Choreography), Cats, Annie, Bring It On The Musical (Tony® Award and Drama Desk Award Nominations for Best/Outstanding Choreography, 2013 Drama Desk Award Nomination for Outstanding Director of a Musical), Nine to Five (Tony® Award and Drama Desk Award Nominations for Best/Outstanding Choreography), The People in the Picture (Musical Staging), In the Heights (Tony® Award and Drama Desk Award Nominations for Best Choreography), and The Apple Tree. In 2015, Andy won the Drama Desk Special Award for “his inspired and heart-stopping choreography in ‘Hamilton, which is indispensable to the musical’s storytelling.”  Broadway performance credits include Man of La Mancha (Quito, Gypsy Dancer), Saturday Night Fever (Double J), Fosse, Steel Pier, and Guys and Dolls. National tour credits include Hamilton (Choreographer), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Choreographer), Bring It On The Musical (Choreographer), In the Heights (Choreographer), and Guys and Dolls (Guy). Other theatrical credits include A Little Princess (music by Andrew Lippa), Waiting For The Moon (music by Frank Wildhorn), the City Center Encores! production of The Apple Tree, and Paper Mill Playhouse’s production of A Wonderful Life. Andy’s choreography has been seen on television on The Sopranos, MTV, commercials for Wendy’s, and The History Channel.  He is also a guest choreographer on So You Think You Can Dance.  Concert staging credits include Elton John, Bette Midler, and the hit Caesars Palace production of Nights on Broadway.  Check out more about Andy’s work on Bandstand here.