ARTIST: WHITNEY SPRAYBERRY
Whitney Sprayberry is a seasoned professional on the NYC circuit. She was just featured in the World Premiere of Jagged Little Pill, a musical based on Alanis Morrisette's 1995 album. The new musical is under direction of Tony Winner Diane Paulus, with book by Diablo Cody, musical arrangements by Tom Kitt, and choreography by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui. Whitney was also a cast member in Spider-man "Turn off the Dark" on Broadway directed by Phil McKinnley. Other credits include: assisting Chase Brock on "Alice by Heart" a new musical by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik (the geniuses behind Spring Awakening), original swing for Seeing You (an immersive show choreographed by Ryan Heffington) and has appeared on multiple TV shows including "Modern Love" and "Gossip Girl". As a choreographer, she created all the movement for The Hidden Ones - acclaimed off broadway immersive experience, has taught multiple movement workshops including BroadwayCon and also creates original pieces for studios and college programs throughout the country. She has been a faculty member at Fordham University for both the Dance and Musical Theater programs, and is currently on faculty at Marymount Manhattan College in their B.F.A Musical Theater Dept. and at STEPS on Broadway. Catch her starring in the music video "Brightside" by Stephanie Carlin and anytime at the acclaimed Mckittrick Hotel (home of Sleep No More) playing the role of Jack in Speakeasy Magick.
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"Dance is the hidden language of the soul." - Martha Graham
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JAGGED LITTLE PILL
I was just 11 years old when I became obsessed with Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill album. I didn't even know what half the lyrics meant but I knew it moved me. Little did I know that 2 decades later she would again change my life. Being apart of this magical show opened my eyes to Artivism - the concept that art can change the world. And that's just what we did during our World Premiere run at American Repertory Theatre. Visit the website to continue following the journey that is Jagged Little Pill - The Musical.
SPIDER-MAN "TURN OFF THE DARK"
In June 2012 my world was flipped upside down when Broadway called. For almost 2 years of my life I called Foxwoods Theater home and everyone in the building family. What a wild Spidey web we wove.
DESIGUAL: SS2018 FASHION WEEK
Seeing You was a moment in time that challenged me to the core. I was thrown into the world of immersive theater and came out on the other side a better performer because of it. Under the direction of Randy Weiner and the stunning story telling choreography by Ryan Heffington this show dived into the dark reality of racism, sexism, classism, and so much more. "I'll be looking at the moon, but I'll be seeing you".
After closing Seeing You I was honored to once again work with the incredible Ryan Heffington and Jean-Paul Goude for Desigual. I never really imagined walking the runway at the renowned New York Fashion Week but it was an experience unlike anything I've done in my career. And hey I made it in Vogue...
Just a glimpse of what I have done so far. Stay tuned for whats coming up in the near future...
Not only did I help create the movement for this incredible music video under Natalie Lomonte but I was beyond grateful to star in it along side Adam Roberts. The video is an emotional journey that a majority of us have felt through love, loss and everything in between. (Link below to view the entire video)
This organization is near and dear to my heart. After years of performing for the charity show I was honored to be lead strip in 2016 for John Alix"s "Stock Tip". Playing Barbie was a dream and being able to raise so much money for those in need is really what it's all about. Visit to learn more about how you can get involved!
I am always on the lookout for new projects and collaborations. For more information, do not hesitate to get in touch! Or email my amazing agent Sofia with CESD (firstname.lastname@example.org)