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PUCCI NOMINATED FOR 2017
SDCF ZELDA FISCHANDLER AWARD

PUCCI AWARDED
SPECIAL DRAMA DESK AWARD
For his work on
Orphan's Home Cycle

PUCCI AWARDED
WESTCHESTER ARTIST
OF THE YEAR
From ARTSWESTCHESTER

PUCCI NOMINATED FOR
OUTSTANDING CHOREOGRAPHER
for the DRAMA DESK AWARD

PUCCI AWARDED LUCILLE LORTEL AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING
ACHIEVEMENT OFF-BROADWAY:
Outstanding Choreographer
Peter Pucci, Queens Boulevard (the musical)

PUCCI NOMINATED FOR
OUTSTANDING CHOREOGRAPHER
for the Joe A. Callaway Award


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For representation please contact:
Pucci@pucciplus.com

Peter Pucci creates movement. With extensive credits in theater, ballet, modern dance, dance education, opera and fashion, Pucci is one of the most experienced choreographers working today. Pucci is a Drama Desk Award Nominee for Outstanding Choreography and a Lucille Lortel Awardee for Outstanding Choreographer for his work on Queens Boulevard. Pucci also received a Drama Desk Award for his work on The Orphans' Home Cycle.

Peter is currently working on a new production of Age of Innocence directed by Doug Hughes at Hartford Stage and the McCarter Theatre in Princeton. Recent theatrical productions include: Master Harold and theBoys directed by Athol Fugard at the Signature Theatre; Incognito, directed by Doug Hughes Off Broadway at the Manhattan Theater Club; Desire, directed by Michael Wilson Off Broadway at 59E59; One Man, Two Guvnors, directed by Gregory Boyd at the Alley Theater and Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Ethan McSweeney at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC. Additional credits include: Antony and Cleopatra directed by Emily Mann at the McCarter Theater; Money Shot directed by Terry Kinney at MCC Theater NYC; and two dance films: Swag n' Bach: A Path to Choreography andIn the Garden which both premiered at the Jacob Burns Film Center.

Pucci recently completed work on a new NEA funded production of Migration, a group work for 50 dancers to the music of Dawn of Midi. The world premiere of Migration was performed in the 34,000 square-foot Wellness Athletic Center at the Community College of Baltimore County.

Currently Peter is working on two new commissions for the Towson University Dance Company, Oh Yeah and A Silent Path premiere this spring. Other recent commissions include Dream On By with music by Paul Simon for the State Street Ballet in California, PUCCI:SPORT for the New Mexico Ballet, and ballets for Dance Theater of Harlem and the Joffrey Ballet Ensemble in New York City.

Peter has recently been in residency at Towson University as the Rosenberg Fellowship Guest Artist, the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City, and has been a guest artist at Juilliard School of Drama in NYC. Pucci is also a Guest Moderator and Programmer for the Dance On Film Series at Jacob Burns Film Center.

Pucci is knPeter has recently been in residency at Towson University as the Rosenberg Fellowship Guest Artist.own as a Choreographer/Movement Director who works exceptionally well with actors, dancers, opera singers, models - both those with movement experience and those with no movement training. He is able to collaborate closely with Directors to create theatrically appropriate movement for the performers that capitalizes on their innate movement quality while staying true to the vision of the production - giving the actors/dancers/singers/models or anyone he works with, movement that is appropriate for their characters as well as for their abilities. Pucci refers to his way of working as “ability appropriate movement for the moment”.

For representation or further information please contact:
david@dfriedlander.com

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