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AC Ciulla


EMMY Award winning, TONY nominated choreographer, AC Ciulla has

been an innovative force in the entertainment industry of over 25 years.

He was nominated for the TONY and Outer Critics Circle Awards

for ‘Best Choreography’ for Broadway’s hit musical Footloose and has

choreographed/directed numerous productions both nationally and abroad

including Japan’s pop-star studded production.

Off-Broadway, AC choreographed The Last Smoker In America at the

Westside Theater and was nominated for the prestigious Joe A. Callaway

Award for ‘Outstanding Choreography’ for his work on the production of

Lucky Guy by Willard Beckham. He choreographed the original production

The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin starring LaChanze for

Playwrights Horizons receiving Lucille Lortel and Audelco Award nominations

and Ghetto Superstar starring TONY winner Billy Porter, produced by

George C. Wolf for the Public Theater.

AC choreographed the star studded musical Chess: A Benefit Concert at

the Ford Amphitheater in Los Angeles starring Matthew Morrison.

Regional theater includes Stephen Sondheim’s Being Alive at the

Westport Country Playhouse, Barrio Babies starring Sara Ramirez at

the Denver Theater Center, TheYiddish Coming at the Denver Civic Arts,

The Plexiglass Slipper at Asolo Rep, The Little Mermaid at North Shore

Music Theater and Big River at Sacramento Music Circus.

Vices: A Love Story, a sophisticated exploration of relationships told through

music and dance, garnered AC the 2010 Carbonell Award for Best


Ciulla choreographed the smash hit show Toni Braxton: Revealed for

the Flamingo Las Vegas as well as the six-time Grammy Award winning

recording artist’s celebrated 2006 Libra tour and live 2007 NBA All-star

performance. Other recording artists include live shows for Eden’s Crush

featuring Nicole Scherzinger and videos for Freedom Williams of the dance

sensation C&C Music Factory and Grammy Award winning vocalist Billy

Porter. As creative director/choreographer, AC created a live touring show for

the acapella vocal group Duwende.

Ciulla staged Signed Sealed Delivered-A Musical Celebration of Stevie

Wonder at the Venetian in Las Vegas starring Chaka Khan, Peabo Bryson and

Melissa Manchester. AC directed and choreographed the hit Broadway

musical revue Nights on Broadway II & III for Caesar’s in Atlantic City

featuring many of Broadway’s newest stars.

Film work includes Gray Matters starring Heather Graham and Bridget Moynahan,

Puppet starring Rebecca Gayheart and most recently ‘Love is a Broadway Hit’.

Ciulla won the 2003 EMMY Award for “Outstanding Choreography of a

Television Special” for his innovative work with Olympic figure skating

champions for the world renowned Stars On Ice.

Other television credits include Starr X’d Lovers - a three day, DGA Award

winning musical event on the ABC soap opera One Life To Live and

numerous episodes of Sesame Workshop’s new version of The Electric

Company (PBS) including the series’ opening credits. He choreographed

Viva Variety as well as a music video for comedian Jeffrey Ross on

Comedy Central and several musical comedy bits for Late Night with

David Letterman.

He directed and choreographed the 1-800-OK-CABLE Move To Triple Play

dance commercial and has choreographed countless spots including the

famous dancing Intel commercials, Dr. Pepper featuring Travis Wall, AT&T,

NY Lottery, Verizon Droid and the Busby Berkeley style musical E*TRADE

spot which aired as one of the top five commercials during the Super Bowl.

AC received high praise for his contemporary work as a guest choreographer

on So You Think You Can Dance (UA) for three consecutive seasons.

As a performer, AC made his Broadway debut in Starlight Express at age 19.

He was an eight time winner & semi-finalist on Star Search and toured as a

featured soloist with the world renowned Jazz Dance Company Waves.

He toured the US with the dance sensation C&C Music Factory danced on the

MTV Video Music Awards and had the honor of dancing along side of

Michael Jackson.



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