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As a director, Kay Cole's credits include: Desperate Writers, American Tales, No Strings, The World Goes 'Round, Mommy Mommy! BARK! Nuncrackers, Judy's Scary Little Christmas, A Year with Frog and Toad, A Chorus Line, I'm Getting My Act Together, Robber Bridegroom, Grass Harp, She's A Handful, Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Sing, Country, Wild Women Blues, and Sony Pictures Broadway.
Her inventive choreography and staging credits include: It's the Housewives, Great Expectations, Assassins, Pirates of Penzance, Cabaret, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, South Pacific, Triumph of Love, I Do I Do, Actor, Lawyer, Indian Chief, Dancing at Lughnasa, Take Me Along, The Baker's Wife, Chang and Eng. At the Pasadena Playhouse: Under One Umbrella, 110 in the Shade, and Do I Hear a Waltz. At the Hollywood Bowl: Sound of Music, Bernsteins' Mass, Mame, My Fair Lady, Music Man, Camelot. For Reprise! Broadway: Three Penny Opera, Fiorello, City of Angels, Company, On the 20th Century, Follies, Sweeney Todd, Most Happy Fella. At the Geffen Playhouse: Atlanta, Paint Your Wagon, Six Dances in Six Weeks. At the Hudson Theatre: Grave White Way. At the Kirk Douglas Theatre: Gaytino, Dogeaters. At the Antaeus Theatre: Tonight at 8:30. At the Playwrights Arena: The Next Step, Songs for a New World. For Shakespeare LA: As You Like It, Comedy of Errors. On Broadway: Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks (Belasco Theatre). In London's West End: The Fantasticks, Snoopy, Blockheads. Kay recently moved into film and television, directing Country Rules, THQ, Waiting in Line, and choreographing Guidepost Junction, Ella, Jekyll, and Disney's Santa Clause 3. She also teaches Acting for Film and Television at Emerson College's LA Center and UCLA's Musical Theatre Conservatory. She is the proud recipient of the 2006 Playwrights Arena Award for her outstanding contribution to Los Angeles theater.
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