Jeremy Dumont - Director, Choreographer
Jeremy Dumont (he/him) began his career when he was 10 years old, touring with Dallas Summer Musical’s production of The Music Man. Jeremy was also a part of various youth performing groups throughout the Dallas/Forth Worth area and through one of those groups, he had the privilege of singing at the White House for the Clinton’s Christmas celebration. Upon graduating high school, he moved to New York City where he attended and graduated from the American Musical & Dramatic Academy. He then joined the international tour of West Side Story, touring the world for over two years playing such iconic venues as the Esplanade Theater on the Bay in Singapore and the Chatelet Opera House in Paris, France. While living in New York, Jeremy served as a teaching artist for the New York Kids Club as well as touring with Camp Broadway’s summer program as a guest artist.
After 5 years of living and working in New York, Jeremy moved back to the Dallas/Fort Worth area where he quickly became a sought after director/choreographer within the DFW arts scene. His choreography has been seen across the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex including the Dallas Children’s Theater, the Dallas Opera, Casa Manana and the Tony Award winning Dallas Theater Center. He also served as the resident choreographer for the Turtle Creek Chorale for 5 seasons. His work began to expand outside of Texas including choreography credits for Oklahoma City Rep, the Alhambra Dinner Theater, North Carolina Theater and Bucks County Playhouse. In 2015, Jeremy created the Little Big Scene Podcast, a podcast dedicated to the discussion of issues facing the North Texas theater scene.
In addition to his choreography/directing credits, Jeremy is a sought after teacher and arts educator, having taught musical theater and dance for over 20 years. He served as Director of Education for Casa Manana in Forth Worth, TX before moving to The Dallas Conservatory as their Director of Theater. He has help build various education programs for a number of schools and theaters including the Dallas Academy of Music & Performing Arts and the Dallas Theater Center. He served as a teaching artist for Booker T. Washington High School of the Visual & Performing Arts, teaching classes and directing various shows for their musical theater program. Before moving to Houston, Jeremy served as the High School Director of Theater for Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bellevue, Washington. He is a proud member of the Stage Director & Choreographer Society.