GREER GISY

. dancer . singer . teacher . movement dramaturg .

BIO

Greer Gisy is a world traveling performing artist. She is the Dance Supervisor for the HAMILTON Angelica Tour and the Creative Producer of the upcoming play FALL OF THE HOUSE. As the choreographer and creative consultant, she was responsible for setting Andy Blankenbuehler’s original Broadway choreography on the Brazilian cast of IN THE HEIGHTS in São Paulo, one of her 8 productions of the show to date. Greer has taught at Alvin AileyR.Evolución LatinaBroadway Dance CenterTexas State University, London's Pineapple Studios and D & B Performing Arts Academy, among others. She has served as associate director and associate choreographer to Michael Balderrama on many shows including two new works for HOLLAND AMERICA CRUISE LINES and was the dance captain for EVITA under the direction and choreography of Nick Kenkel. She helped create movement and content for the world premiere of WHEN CHANGE COMES conceived, directed, and choreographed by Mark Stuart and Jaime Verazin. Greer was Lorin Latarro’s associate choreographer for both of Public Theatre's Public Works productions of TWELFTH NIGHT at Shakespeare in the Park, and serves annually as the Associate and Supervising Choreographer for McCarter Theater's renowned A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

Greer is also the founder and CEO of the app LALUZ: Meditations for Performers

CURRENT & UPCOMING PROJECTS

HAMILTON Angelica Tour

Dance Supervisor

Fall of the HOUSE Play

Creative Producer

Part thriller, part detective story, part surrealist drama, fall of the house is a play that uses movement, music and text to explore the extraordinary circumstances behind the writing of Edgar Allan Poe’s famous short story “The Fall of the House of Usher”: a tale which eerily mirrored Poe’s own life. 

Project: Video

Exciting video projects coming soon!

Email head shot, resume, and reel to be considered for casting or collaborating.

"And at the end of the day your feet should be dirty, your hair messy, and your eyes sparkling."