Lorin Latarro Choreographs The Who’s TOMMY at The Goodman Theatre!

“The Goodman Theatre’s upcoming 30th anniversary revival of The Who’s Tommy will be performing in the Chicago company’s Albert Theatre June 13-July 23. Opening night is June 26, with the musical’s Tony-winning original director, Des McAnuff, back at the helm of the newly reimagined production. he production will not be a remount of McAnuff’s Tony-nominated 1993 original production. The director has assembled an all-new creative team, including choreographer Lorin Latarro…” – Playbill

Mrs. Doubtfire the Musical, Choreographed by Lorin Latarro, to Embark on North American Tour!

“The Mrs. Doubtfire stage musical will embark on a North American tour beginning this fall, with a launch run set for Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo. With dates to be announced, the tour has stops booked in more than 30 cities, including Nashville, Minneapolis, Durham, Orlando, Los Angeles, and more. Casting, dates, and additional cities will all be announced in the coming weeks. Mrs. Doubtfire features choreography by Lorin Latarro.” – Playbill

Lorin Latarro to Mentor New Polimoda Course on Costume Design!

“Famous Broadway choreographer and director Lorin Latarro has been chosen by Polimoda as mentor for the new Short course in Costume Design starting in July 2023. Latarro will share her wealth of expertise and experience with students on an introductory course in costume design, with the support of Broadway professionals and teachers at the school.” – Polimoda

Into the Woods, Choreographed by Lorin Latarro, to Embark on National Tour!

“The current Broadway revival of “Into the Woods” will embark on series of limited-engagements across the U.S. after concluding its run at the St. James Theatre on Jan. 8. The tour will begin in February 2023 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., following a brief preview run at Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo. After the Kennedy Center, “Into the Woods” will play the Emerson Colonial Theatre in Boston, the Miller Theatre in Philadelphia, the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center in Charlotte, the James M. Nederlander Theatre in Chicago, the Curran Theater in San Francisco and the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.” – Broadway News