Gaby Albo and Samuel Garnica are set to star in the national touring production of Gloria and Emilio Estefan’s On Your Feet! Directed and choreographed by Luis Salgado, the tour will visit more than 70 cities with a press premiere to be held at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach on November 15.
Review of In the Heights at Stages St. Louis
In the Heights is one of the best productions ever at Stages St. Louis, if not the best. Every facet of this brilliant staging deserves superlatives. Director-choreographer Luis Salgado draws wonderful performances from the entire cast, capturing the style and spirit of Washington Heights with compelling authenticity. Salgado’s choreography drives the show forward with unflagging energy and sparkle.
Pone su sazón boricua al exitoso musical
Luis Salgado tiene la responsabilidad de dirigir y realizar las coreografías del musical ‘On Your Feet!’ desde septiembre en Bellas Artes de Santurce, Puerto Rico
Review: In the Heights! STAGES St. Louis Production is a Hip-Hop, Salsa Inspired Joy
Luis Salgado‘s directorial vision and choreography was a perfect homage to the original Broadway production. The emotional connection his direction brings links the audience to the actors and the stories they are telling.
STAGES Brings a Vibrant Neighborhood to Life in Memorable “In The Heights”
There’s a great ensemble here, as well, with lots of energy, enthusiasm, and strong dance skills in the production numbers, dynamically choreographed by director Luis Salgado.
La Muy Esperada Actuación ‘In The Heights’ Comienza la Próxima Semana en STAGES en Kirkwood
Salgado, nacido en Puerto Rico, se inició en la industria de las artes a los 9 años. Con sueños de crear un espectáculo de Broadway, encontró el coraje para emprender el viaje a los Estados Unidos y aterrizó en Nueva York. Su primer espectáculo le permitió formar parte del elenco original de Broadway de In the Heights con el ganador del premio Tony Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Transcendence is back with a full season of incredible outdoor Broadway experiences
“Let’s Dance!”, directed and choreographed by Luis Salgado, offers up some of Broadway’s greatest dance showstoppers mixed with Latin culture for a unique, high energy show with lots of surprises along the way. “Let’s Dance!” features numbers from 42nd Street, Wicked, Guys and Dolls, and more.
Review: Transcendence Theatre’s ‘Let’s Dance’ Celebrates Diversity Through Dance
Directed by acclaimed international director and choreographer Luis Salgado, “Let’s Dance” features a cast and creative team of international talent from all across the country and beyond, including Puerto Rico, Colombia and Spain. Salgado’s vision was to “bring the flavor of Latin culture to Broadway classics and present a show that is bold, high-energy, and embraced by all.” And that is exactly what he did.
Talking Broadway! Let’s Dance
From its first quiet moments when birdsong fills the air until its thrilling finale some two hours later, the creators and amazing cast of Let’s Dance seem to have taken it as a solemn responsibility to keep their audience engaged, smiling, and thoroughly entertained. This is a responsibility they not only meet, but exceed as, at the performance I attended, there wasn’t a moment that I wasn’t enthralled by the cast’s dancing (fast, energetic, precise, joyful), the 10-piece band’s thrilling musicianship, the range of strong, tuneful voices, and the imaginative choreography (by TTC veteran Luis Salgado.
B’way Standards, Latin Flair – Director taps Puerto Rican roots
When Luis Salgado says, “California is wonderful,” it’s not a controversial opinion. Salgado has performed, directed and choreographed around the world—so it means something. Salgado will work with a roster of performers who have appeared in a who’s who of Tony-winning shows, from Les Misérables to 42nd Street and A Bronx Tale to Wicked.