On this episode of Baring It All with Call Me Adam, on the Broadway Podcast Network, I am chatting with actor/choreographer/educator Brandon Leffler about what it was like to be on the My Fair Lady National Tour and have it suddenly stop due to COVID19.
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More on Brandon:
Originally from Mayfield, Ohio. Brandon Leffler is an actor, choreographer and educator for private studios nationwide as well as Broadway Dance Center, The Male Dancer Conference, Man in Motion, Broadway Connection, Broadway Classroom and Ballet Austin.
Broadway and Off-Broadway performing credits include: On The Town, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Wicked, Trip of Love, Fanny, The Golden Apple and Anyone Can Whistle. Brandon has also been seen across the United States with the national tours of My Fair Lady, Wicked, A Chorus Line, and Cats.
Dance Labs and pre-Broadway workshops have given Brandon an inside look at the creative process of many Broadway shows including: The Cher Show, Clueless: The Musical, Carousel, On The Town and Cinderella.
Concert dance has been a huge part of Brandon’s journey, working with companies such as Ballet Austin, Verb Ballets, Collage Dance Collective, The Metropolitan Opera Ballet, Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company, Dancing Wheels and dre.dance.
TV credits include: National promo commercials for Wicked: The Musical and Chicago: The Musical, 30 Rock, Saturday Night Live, Gossip Girl, the Tony Awards, and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.