Adam Garcia Becomes Our Newest Ambassador

 

I am delighted to be a part of the INSPIRED DANCE family. It feels like such a natural fit. My career started in Australia as a commercial dancer and in Musical Theatre. My first leading role in a film was in Dein Perry’s Bootmen & in my latest film I play a vaudeville performer in 1930’s Europe and so I feel my experience can hopefully be helpful. Creating & capturing dance on film is as challenging as it is thrilling and I’m excited to be a part of a project that can literally inspire audiences through the stories that dance creates.” – Adam Garcia.

We are thrilled to have Adam Garcia on board as an ambassador for Inspired Dance. Not only is he a super talented friend with an impressive international career spanning all facets of the industry, but he’s also an absolute gentleman and inspiration.

Adam was an original cast member of the hit musical Hot Shoe Shuffle. Other theatre credits include West End production roles of Fiyero in Wicked and Doody in Grease. Adam also starred as Bill Calhoun in Kiss Me Kate and as Tony Manero in the smash-hit musical Saturday Night Fever, receiving Olivier Award nominations for both roles. Adam has also appeared on stage in Where Do We Live at the Royal Court, as Chip in On The Town for the English National Opera, and as Young Al in the play Birdy, and the Foreman in Tap Dogs.

Film credits include the lead role of Sean in Dein Perry’s feature film Bootmen, Adam’s feature film credits include Coyote Ugly, Riding in Cars with Boys, Love’s Brother, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, Every Emotion Costs, Standing Still and Nativity 3, and Afterlife Of The Party & he recently completed a new film The Performance about vaudeville tap dancers’ experience on tour in 1937 Berlin.

 

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