Kurt Domoney
 
 

Kurt Domoney is a New York City based director, choreographer, actor, and coach. Kurt has choreographed a broad spectrum of projects from musical theatre to opera. He recently choreographed EVITA, LA BELLE HELENE, DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT, TALES OF HOFFMAN and BARBER OF SEVILLE at Opera North in Lebanon, NH. In addition, he directed and choreographed the world premiere musical PRINCESS DIANA, THE MUSICAL at the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, SC. For two seasons, Kurt choreographed at Transcendence Theatre Company in Sonoma, CA; his work included the concerts of FLY ME TO THE MOON, ONE SINGULAR SENSATION, and the FANTASTICAL FAMILY NIGHT.

Having been a performer for 25 years, Kurt takes his hands on experience having performed in the Broadway company of the revival of A CHORUS LINE, the national tours of 42ND STREET and WHITE CHRISTMAS and tons of regional theatre work to his directing and choreography practice. Mr. Domoney is a graduate of the musical theatre program at the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM).

 
 

"The director and choreographer Kurt Domoney has done a yeoman’s job of coordinating this large cast and chorus including adults, teens and youngsters. Actors moved seamlessly throughout the show while dancing, singing, acting and constantly maneuvering the set. Two gypsy dance scenes are exuberant and fun, highlighted by the dancing of Collins."

Doug Iden, League of Cincinnati Theatres — the hunchback of notre dame, The Carnegie Center

 
 
 

"This show fully exceeded my expectations. The remarkable set combined with a strong cast, technical cues, special effects, and excellent vocals created a truly enjoyable experience. And even though there’s so much detail and thought put in to this production, it still requires a bit of theatrical imagination on the part of the audience during the climax, which I appreciate."

Jack Crumley, League of Cincinnati Theatres — the hunchback of notre dame, The Carnegie Center

 

"Unusual for an opera troupe, fine dancing, choreographed by Kurt Domoney, gave the production its joy."

times argus  EVITA, Opera North, NH

 
 
 

"Choreography by Kurt Domoney was effervescent, notably the bawdy and elegant 'ballet' opening the third act."

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"Kurt Domoney’s deft choreography amplifies Geller's knack for comedy: At one point, she unleashes a saucy dance on a tabletop that elicited peals of laughter from the audience."

VALLEY NEWS — LA BELLE HELENE, Opera North