Mariusz Bocianowski (dance captain)

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He made his debut in the musical “Metro” (directed and choreographed by Janusz Józefowicz) at Teatr Dramatyczny in Warsaw. He continued his career at Teatr Studio Buffo and Teatr Komedia and appeared in TV shows “Kabaret Olgi Lipińskiej” [Olga Lipińska’s Comedy Group], “Niedziela na Głównym” [Sunday at the Central Railway Station] and the TV series “Teraz albo nigdy” [Now or Never] and “Linia życia” [The Life Line].

From 1996 until 2007, he performed in musical theatres in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the US (the shows included “Disney's Phantasy Musical Gala”, “Elvis”, “La Cage aux Folles”, “Fosse”, “Manon Lescaut”, “A Tribute to Abba”, “The Rocky Horror Show”, “Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”, “Falco Meets Amadeus”, and “Spirit of the Dance”, as well as musicals produced by Princess Cruises Line).

In 2008, he co-authored the dance and artistic concept behind the gala evening “Nobel 1983 – Pro Memoria” organised at the Grand Theatre to mark the 25th anniversary of President Lech Walesa winning the Nobel Peace Prize. This led to him working with Stołeczna Estrada, Warsaw’s municipal institution for the promotion of culture (in projects including the gala “Freedom 1989. Born in Poland” staged in Chicago) and in the music and dancing project “Chopin – klasycznie, jazzowo, rockowo” [Chopin – the Classical, Jazz and Rock Version]. In 2011, he appeared in the musical “The Rocky Horror Show” in Och-Teatr. He is perfecting his skills in musical and tap dancing projects including “The Prisoners”.

ROMA MT: “Mamma Mia!”, “Ale musicale!” [Great Musicals], “Singin’ in the Rain”