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Dan Siretta

Dan Siretta is known for his work on Children of a Lesser God (1986), A Christmas Carol: The Musical (2004) and Magic Sticks (1987). See full bio »

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Known For

Children of a Lesser God Additional Crew
Magic Sticks Additional Crew
Those Lips, Those Eyes Additional Crew


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 2004 A Christmas Carol: The Musical (TV Movie) (choreographer)
 1987 Magic Sticks (choreographer)
 1986 Children of a Lesser God (choreographer)
 1980 Those Lips, Those Eyes (choreographer)
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 1980 Those Lips, Those Eyes
 1970 Darling Lili
Dancer (uncredited)
 1969 Hello, Dolly!
Dancer (uncredited)
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 1991 The 45th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Self - Nominee
 1979 The 33rd Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Self - Nominee

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(August 5 to 17, 1974) He choreographed the musical, "No, No Nanette," at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts with Nanette Fabray (Sue Smith); Claiborne Cary (Lucille Early); Bonnie Franklin (Nanette); Hal Linden (Billy Early); Paul Keith (Jimmy Smith); Peter Ligeti (Tom Trainor); Miriam Burton (Pauline); ... See more »

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Has twice been nominated for Broadway's Tony Award as Best Choreographer: in 1979 for "Whoopee!" and in 1991 for "Oh, Kay!"

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