…”From the start this is a punchy, energetic show. In the opening number, choreographer Sergio Trujillo extracts maximum impact from his ensemble”… – Quentin Letts
“The choreography is rousing, and uses the tango’s full potential as a medium to express the many faces of passion: lust, rage, violence, and finally, love.”
– ALEXANDRA GRIGORESCU Post City Toronto
Choreographer Sergio Trujillo Will Repeat His Work for Jersey Boys Film
By Adam Hetrick and Andrew Gans, Playbill.com
The musical opened at the August Wilson Theatre on Broadway to critical acclaim Nov. 6, 2005. Trujillo’s numerous stage credits also include Memphis, Next to Normal, Hands on a Hardbody, The Addams Family and Flashdance.
The film will begin shooting late this summer in Los Angeles. Graham King (“Argo”) and Robert Lorenz (“Million Dollar Baby”) are producing[…]
Hedy Weiss interviews Sergio Trujillo about directing and choreographing the National Tour of Flashdance.
– Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times
– Michael J. Roberts, Showbiz Chicago
“Sergio Trujillo adds a powerful visual stimulus with some dazzling choreography.”
– Roma Torre, NY1
“[…] the musical has an innate energy, much of it supplied by Sergio Trujillo‘s propulsive choreography. There’s a sinuous, sexy quality to the dancing that perfectly matches the music, and the dancers are among the hottest in town.”
– Michael Kuchwara, AP (via IBDB)
“The musical numbers are irresistible. To be sure, choreographer Sergio Trujillo had at his disposal some phenomenal dancers, but, at least as important, he has come up with original and incandescent dancing that no current musical and very few past ones could match.”
– John Simon, Bloomberg News
“With its vibrant choreography by Sergio Trujillo, its imaginative settings by Klara Zieglerova, spot-on costumes by Jess Goldstein and arena-style lighting by Howell Binkley, “Jersey Boys” is no nostalgic stroll down rock’s Memory Lane.
It’s a show still dynamically alive in music while, as a drama, it catches the very texture, almost the actual smell, of its time.”
– Clive Barnes, New York Post
“The evening is packed with songs, and director Des McAnuff keeps them coming with a rat-tat-tat precision. He is greatly helped by Sergio Trujillo‘s kinetic, fiercely physical choreography including some smooth moves for the leads to execute while they sing.”
– Michael Kuchwara, AP (via Washington Post)