A BRONX TALE, Original Broadway Cast: Directed by Robert De Niro & Jerry Zaks Choreography by Sergio Trujillo (buy tickets at ABronxTaleTheMusical.com)
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, Slave Master/Dancer: Directed by Harold Prince
IRMA LA DOUCE, Ensemble: Directed by John Doyle City Center Encores!
ZORBA! Ensemble: Directed by Walter Bobbie City Center Encores!
1'ST NATIONAL TOUR WEST SIDE STORY, Riff: Directed by Arthur Laurents / David Saint
REGIONAL / OTHER LITTLE DANCER, Ensemble / Luis Merante. Directed & Choreographed by Susan Stroman The Kennedy Center, Washington D.C.
THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, Ensemble. Directed by Scott Schwartz Paper Mill Playhouse, Milburn, N.J.
SURF! The Beach Boys Musical, Wes: Directed by Kristen Hanggi Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas
SPIDERMAN, Spiderman: Choreographed by Chase Brock L.A. Performing Arts Center.
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A Bronx Tale
Original Broadway Cast Member
The 6's Jump
Iconic Jets' jump during "Cool" (L to R) Neil Haskell, Joseph J. Simeone, Kyle Robinson, Drew Foster, (Back row) Ryan Chotto, Nathan Keen, & Grant Gustin.
Doc's Drug Store
Joseph J. Simeone, Kyle Harris, German Santiago
Dance at the Gym
Riff & Graziella (Kristen Paulicelli)
West Side Story: Broadway / 1st Tour Cast
Phantom of the Opera: Opening Scene
Phantom Of The Opera: Majestic Theater
Simeone's Broadway Debut, in 2009
Hunchback Tavern Dance
Hunchback: "What makes a monster and what makes a man?"
Paper Mill Playhouse Logo
Kennedy Center Logo
Susan Stroman's new musical about the little dancer Degas used as inspiration for his world famous sculpture.
Irma La Douce!
The cast of Irma La Douce performing the hit tune "Dis Donc"!
Irma La Douce at ENCORES! 2014
Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark!
Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark!
Surf! The Beach Boys Musical
Surf! The Beach Boys Musical
Dramatic Writing / Music Composition
Joseph first began writing music under the mentorship of Tony-winning orchestrator, and neighbor, William David Brohn. Joseph studied music composition with Thomas Cabaniss, with advice from Milton Babbit, at The Juilliard School; and went on to learn invaluable lessons in stagecraft, dramatic writing, and musical theater structure from his friend, and mentor, Arthur Laurents.
Joseph recently workshopped his new musical, LOVE AFFAIR, starring Laura Osnes, Will Swenson, Stefanie Powers & Bryona Marie Parham at Signature Theatre.
In July 2014, Joseph's painting "Superman Smoking" joined the permanent collection of the Büyük Efes Sanat Art Collection, in Izmir, Turkey. His newest work continues to exhibit with the Elizabeth Cement Fine Art Gallery, in Boston, MA.
Art Basel, June 17 - 22, - Basel, Switzerland Art Southampton, July 24-28th, Southampton, NY Art Silicon Valley/Art San Francisco (Art SV/SF) October 9 -12, San Mateo, CA Art Basel Miami week, in Miami, FL, December 2-7, Scope Miami, in Miami FL, December 2-7.
Joshua James Toronto-based Goodfellas Gallery John McEnroe Gallery Lincoln Center Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C.
In the Private Collections of
The Getty Trust & Swissotel Hotels and Resorts
Superman Smoking: Oil on canvas, 2014 (36"x54")
Superman as a metaphor for todays truth, justice & America way.
Midas Washing: Oil on Canvas, 2013 (48"x54")
This series depicts economic morality via mythological events
Tara in Westbeth Small Studio: Oil on Canvas, 2006 (24"x35")
The third painting in a series of dancers & windows.
A series exalting physical and emotional journeys.
Work in progress:Tiler Peck (NYCB principal dancer) Oil on canvas: 17” X 22”
Can-can girl in blue
Oil on canvas: 20" x 28" *Signed lower left
Ballerina in green
Oil on canvas: 20" x 28" *Signed Lower Left
Ballerina in turquoise
Oil on canvas: 14" x 20" *Signed Lower Left
Blood & Sword #1: Oil on canvas, 2013 (24"x36")
A series of work exploring thematic materials; body, blood & sword.
Battle Grounds: Oil on canvas, 2013 (54"x72")
Battle Grounds is a new series which questions societal views of gender parity, race relations, the female body, the treatment of women and feminism today. To do this the artist depicts refreshingly unstereotypical bodies, with distinctive faces, as neoclassic figures juxtaposed their cultural environments. (Completed Series scheduled to tour select countries in South Asia 2015 - 16.)
The Juilliard Dance Ensemble Danced for: Jírí Kylian, Twyla Tharp, Ohan Naharin, Lar Lubovitch, Robert Battle, David Parsons, ABT.
The Merce Cunningham Co. Danced Mr. Cunningham’s original roles and worked closely with Mr. Cunningham on the creation of his new work.
Mark Morris Dance Group
TanzTheater Pina Bausch Company Residency 2007
Merce Cunningham Co.
Joseph Simeone, Tara Lorenzen & Melissa Toogood
Dance (Ballet, Modern, B'way & Jazz) Acting for Dancers Song Interpretation Broadway & Juilliard Audition Coaching
"I have known Joseph Simeone since he was a dancer with Merce Cunningham and have always enjoyed having him take my classes. He is an extremely gifted dancer who works with intense energy and purpose. He thoroughly understands the movement process and will be a great help to anyone who studies with him." Finis Jung
"Joseph is the best acting/dance performance coach I have ever worked with: He helps me achieve more confidence & honesty in my performances; both on Broadway and at New York City Ballet — I love him!" Tiler Peck, Principal Dancer, NYCB
For pricing & scheduling, please contact: (917) 304 - 4356
Music Composition: Thomas Cabaniss, Milton Babbit
Acting: Richard Feldman
Voice: Kathryn LaBouff
Ballet: Ernesta Corvino, Andra Corvino, Ben Harkarvy, Stephen Pier, Hector Zaraspe, Alphonse Poulin, Lawrence Rhodes, Alexandra Wells, Zvi Gotheiner & Mark Morris
Limon: Laura Glenn, Risa Steinberg & Sue Bernhard
Horton: Milton Meyers
Taylor: Linda Kent & Carolyn Adams
Graham: Therese Capucilli, Christine Dakin, Jacqulyn Buglisi & Peter Lundon
Pas de Deux: Richard Cook
Contemporary Partnering:Laura Glenn, Linda Kent & Carolyn Adams
Dance Composition: Elizabeth Keen & Pat Catterson
Elements of Performing:Benjamin Harkarvy, Martha Clarke, Risa Steinberg