André and Leah are a bold and innovative duo of Writer Director Choreographers. Their ability to merge dreamlike visuals with impassioned storytelling and dynamic performance has seen them quickly rise to the top. Having an extensive background in dance and acting combined with circus arts, their creations span a wide variety of worlds. Making their mark all across the globe, Leah and André directed and choreographed Franco Dragone’s The Dai Show, a residency created in a purpose-built theatre in southern China. The show focuses on the unique culture surrounding the area and includes extensive water capabilities and projection mapping. In the same year they choreographed Cirque du Soleil’s Allavita! at the World Expo in Milan — a six-month long event attracting people from all over the world to celebrate the food and culture of Italy. Following their work abroad, André and Leah returned to the states to help refresh two long-standing and world-renowned Cirque du Soleil shows on the Las Vegas strip. You can now watch their character, dance and aerial choreography in Mystère at Treasure Island and The Beatles LOVE at The Mirage. Along with creating for the Beatles on stage, they also co-directed and choreographed the official Beatles music video While My Guitar Gently Weeps. Not always designing on a large scale, André and Leah also wrote and directed the intimate off-Broadway production Gray St; an emotional journey of a modern family, and were associate directors and choreographers on the eccentric musical CLOWNTOWN. Other credits include choreographing Marvel Universe Live: Age of Heroes, acting as supervising choreographers for Cirque du Soleil’s philanthropic show One Night for One Drop, creating works for the Nevada Ballet Theatre and Circus Couture, and aiding in the choreography for the Warner Brothers movie Spring Breakdown.
Currently, Leah and André are writing and directing Cirque du Soleil’s One Night for One Drop premiering at the Bellagio in March of 2019, as well as writing, creative producing and directing an original large-scale spectacle in Guadalajara, Mexico which is set to open in the spring of 2020.