Artist Bios

Lorin Latarro

Lorin Latarro

(Bio as of October 2019)

Lorin Latarro (Choreographer) is currently choreographing Broadway’s Mrs. Doubtfire, Almost Famous, The Public’s The Visitor and Broadway bound The Outsiders. Lorin also choreographed Broadway and London’s Waitress, Les Liaisons Dangereuse with Janet McTeer and Liev Schreiber, and Waiting for Godot with Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart. Lorin is the Associate Choreographer of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and American Idiot.

Her additional choreography includes La Traviata at The Met Opera with Sara Mearns dancing 2020 season, Rigoletto at The Met Opera (Assoc), Almost Famous and Huey Lewis’s Heart of Rock And Roll (Old Globe), Merrily We Roll Along (Roundabout), Chess (The Kennedy Center), Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 21 Chump Street for “This American Life” (Brooklyn Academy of Music), The Public Theater’s Twelfth Night and The Odyssey (Delacorte Theater), Queen of the Night which garnered a Drama Desk Award (Diamond Horseshoe), Assassins, Fanny, and God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater (City Center Encores!), Superhero (Second Stage), Beaches (Drury Lane Theatre), and A Christmas Carol (McCarter Theatre Center).

Lorin directed #DateMe at The Westside Theatre, A Taste Of Things To Come at Chicago On Broadway and The York, and is currently directing Candace Bushnell’s one woman show, Is There Still Sex In The City.

Lorin performed in fourteen Broadway shows including Twyla Tharp’s Movin’ Out, Fosse, Swing!, Kiss Me Kate, A Chorus Line, and Man Of La Mancha. Lorin danced for Robert Wilson, Martha Graham, and Momix. Lorin has also worked with Pina Bausch, Jiri Kylian, Robert Battle, Frankie Manning, Ryan Francois, Pete Townsend, Green Day, Sara Bareilles, Melissa Etheridge, Cameron Crowe, and Charlize Theron.

Ms. Latarro holds a BFA from The Juilliard School where she is also an adjunct professor. She is a Drama Desk, Lortel, and Chita Rivera nominee. Lorin has traveled to India and Africa multiple times to work with The Gates Foundation in family health and planning. Lorin is the founder of Artists Against Gun Violence as seen in the NY Times, PBS, Rachel Maddow, BBC.