Emily Greenwell is a New York City based dancer, teacher, and choreographer. Upon moving to New York, Emily booked a tour with Oz the Musical, directed by Todrick Hall. She recently danced in a music video for Marian Hill directed and choreographed by Ian Eastwood. Emily can be seen as a featured dancer on the Wendy Williams TV Promo, choreographed by Luam and Derek Mitchell. Other credits include dancing for rock group Phish and performing in the production of Aida at The Muny theater, both choreographed by Jon Rua. Emily teaches at Broadway Dance Center and Peri Dance on permanent faculty. She has gained a great deal of knowledge about the industry through her work as assistant choreographer to Derek Mitchell, with projects including So You Think You Can Dance Ukraine, and industrials for the NBA playoffs and Sears, to name a few. Emily was also assistant to choreographers Jon Rua and Derek Mitchell in Broadway Bares: United Strips of America, directed by Nick Kenkel. Emily was awarded “The Featured Choreographer” for The Pulse on tour in New York City. She was selected as a finalist at The Capezio A.C.E. Awards for Choreographic Excellence. She has been lucky to travel to Argentina, Zurich and London sharing her work teaching workshops and master classes. Emily also travels across the U.S. setting choreography, and teaching at conventions and workshops. Through her versatile experiences both assisting and performing, Emily has developed a great passion for creation and choreography.