Chase Brock


Equally successful in theater, opera, dance, television, and video games, the American choreographer’s current work includes projects with three New York theaters: The Public Theater (First Daughter Suite), the Vineyard Theater (Gigantic), and the MCC Theater Lab (Alice By Heart). Brock’s Broadway choreography includes Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark and Sam Gold’s revival of Picnic. Among his Off-Broadway credits are The Blue Flower (2012 Lucille Lortel Award nomination), Tamar of the River (2014 Joe A. Callaway Award finalist), numerous productions for The Public Theater (The Winter’s Tale, Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest, Venice), and The Flea Theater (The Mysteries). Regional choreography includes Waitress (American Repertory), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (La Jolla Playhouse, Paper Mill Playhouse), Twelfth Night (The Old Globe), and Be More Chill (Two River Theater). In addition to works for television (“Late Show with David Letterman,” “Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade”) and video games (Dance on Broadway), Brock is artistic director of the Brooklyn-based contemporary dance company The Chase Brock Experience (27 choreographies, including American Sadness, Whoa, Nellie!, Mirror Mirror, Junk and Lies, The Song That I Sing; Or, Meow So Pretty). An alumnus of Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, Brock made his Broadway debut at 16 in Susan Stroman’s revival of The Music Man. He is the subject of the documentary Chasing Dance, which was nominated for a New England Emmy Award in 2014.

Lyric Opera debut: Der Rosenkavalier

Last updated: February 22, 2016