Justin has a strong foundation in theatre having worked for The Metropolitan Opera, The Juilliard School, Willow Cabin Theatre Company, Broadway Dance Center, Circle in the Square and his ties with Theodore Mann, Nicole Fosse and Donald Farber. He is currently working with playwright David Rimmer on producing the 25th Anniversary production of Album. He has also produced the New York revival of Seesaw, Count To Ten (NYMF selection; National Theatre Award for Best New Musical), Tape, Vanities, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Love Letters, The Boyfriend, The Subject Was Roses, David Rimmer’s Album and the annual Choreographer’s Canvas. He has also produced MAC Award Winner, Alisa Schiff, in Mama Said...The Songs of Cass Elliott and Generation Tap, GTT’s tap company, has appeared at Tap City, Tap Extravaganza, The United Nations, Circle in the Square and was featured in Dancer and Dance Spirit Magazines. He directed the national tour of Dance/Speak: The Life of Agnes de Mille as well as productions of Urinetown, The World Goes 'Round, Tenderloin and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at Circle in the Square Theatre School.
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Michael has appeared in several Broadway productions including Bring Back Birdie, Neil Simon’s Little Me and the Tony-Winning Tap Dance Kid in which he created the role of ‘Winslow’. Major film roles include a cameo in "Zelig", a supporting role in "Chaplin", yet he is most widely known for his portrayal of ‘Mark’ in the film "A Chorus Line". He is an accomplished composer, lyricist and award winning published playwright. His works include the award-winning Count To Ten, a 2009 NYMF selection, the social awareness play aftermath published by Heuer Publishing, an adaptation of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, “The Broadway Kid” a One-Act Musical Vaudeville featuring the life, times and music of George M. Cohan, and several one-act plays to be performed by children most notably “Kelly & The Internet Goblins” published by PLAYS, The Drama Magazine for Young People, and “Suite Heart”, “Club Drama”, "Reflections" and "The Will" that will be included in a soon-to-be published book for young actors entitled “Garage Plays”. Blevins’ newest full-length play The Roundabout Inn received a successful run at the Centenary Stage Company YPW and is slated for a NYC opening in 2010. As a Director/Choreographer Blevins choreographed the Off-Broadway production of "The Mad Forest" for the Manhattan Theatre Club and several national TV commercials for "Days Inn", plus music videos for redording artists Melba Moore and Amy Grant. Most recently he directed and choreographed the NYC revival of "Seesaw", and his original musical "Count To Ten" at the NYMF and was hailed by national theatre critic, Peter Felicia, as a “Wizard of a Director/Choreographer”.
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