Raymond Del Barrio has been present in the industry for more than 40 years. He created the musical staging and choreography for the Academy Award Winning “Live Action” Film Short, West Bank Story 2006!

He’s the choreographer and co-director for the musical Sisterella, written and directed by Larry Hart  Executive Produced and presented by the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Sisterella won eight N.A.A.C.P. Theater Awards,
including Best Musical, Best Director and Best Musical Staging and Choreography including Best Musical, Best Director and Best Musical Staging and Choreography including Best Musical, Best Director and Best Musical Staging and Choreography.

As stage director and choreographer for the Legendary Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, the concert played on Broadway at the Broadway Theater and recently returned for another successful run. The Tour also performed at Royal Alpert Hall, London. Frankie continues to wow them around the world to sold out audiences.

As a performer, New York audiences saw Del Barrio most recently performing with Chita Rivera’ at Carnegie Hall and in her Broadway Birthday performance, A Legendary Celebration on Broadway for BC/EFA . He created the role of Damon Runyon in the Broadway revival of Guys and Dolls and also performed in the Las Vegas production of Jersey Boys. His other theater credits include Harold Prince’ Roza at the Royal theater, Lincoln Center’s, Carousel . He also had the honor of working on Genesis and Havel’s Temptation at the New York Shakespeare Festival for Mr. Joseph Papp.

Among his tours are Chita Rivera: The Dancer’s Life and the 30th anniversary tour of West Side Story, in which he played Chino and Whitney Houston’s Moment of Truth World Tour. His film and television appearances includes co-star on Rob Schneider’s CBS sitcom “Rob”, The Mambo Kings, Sister Act 2, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Footloose, Solid Gold Hits, the Academy, Grammy and American Music awards shows.

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    So happy to be working with the team at the 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, National office here in New York. The Ed Sullivan building is historical and I also used to take dance class on the 4th floor years ago in the 80′s. Of course one could never forget David Letterman questioning …

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