Lynne Taylor-Corbett
"It is really amazing to see a packed house letting go of their cares and being carried to a place of joy and light. Whether it is on Broadway or on the high seas, that is truly fulfilling."
LYNNE TAYLOR-CORBETT received Tony Nominations for best director and best choreographer of Broadway’s “Swing!”, and received Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel nominations for both “Wanda’s World” and “My Vaudeville Man” Off Broadway. Her adaptation of “The Lion King” is in its seventh year at Disney’s park in Hong Kong and her production of “Cougar the Musical”, for which she was a contributing writer, played Off-Broadway for almost two years and is licensed worldwide. She co-wrote “Distant Thunder”, a musical set on the Blackfeet Res in contemporary times with Native American son, Shaun Taylor-Corbett. The show is currently being developed by Amas Musical Theatre in New York.

Ms. Taylor-Corbett has choreographed works for American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, among others. Her works have been featured on “Live from Lincoln Center” and National Public Television. Feature films include “Footloose”, “My Blue Heaven” and “Bewitched”. In 2011, she created a production of Kurt Weill’s “Seven Deadly Sins” for New York City Ballet, with Patti LuPone in the Lotte Lenya role. It was named as one of the most important dance events of the year by the New Jersey Star Ledger. She co-wrote and directed “Out of the Shadows”, Good Housekeeping’s benefit for The National Women’s History Museum, starring Meryl Streep. Most recently, she directed the New York workshop of “Queen Mother” produced by Goodspeed Opera.

Ms. Taylor-Corbett, a proud member of the Society of Directors and Choreographers, is on the board of Rosie’s Broadway Kids and has served as a consultant for the Hunger Project.