Jason Luks is a professional performer, choreographer and teacher. He is currently on faculty at the Joffrey Ballet School teaching Musical Theater. He was a member of the “Falsettos” Broadway choreography team and assisted Josh Prince and Pulitzer Prize winner, Director James Lapine, on the choreography for “Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing.” Jason’s performance credits include “On The Town” (Barrington Stage), “My One And Only” (Stages St. Louis), “White Christmas” (Broadway), Tap Stars (international tour), Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and MTV’s Video Music Awards. Jason performed at the Kennedy Center for Presidents Obama and Bush. He was the Adult World Tap Dance Solo Champion at the International Dance Organization’s World Tap Dance Championships (’03), and ADA’s national Young Choreographer of the Year (’05). Jason’s choreography has been presented on Broadway’s Walter Kerr Theater (Falsettos), the Kennedy Center, Symphony Space NYC, Joffrey Ballet School, and University of Richmond. Jason is a guest teacher at many conventions including NYCDA and Syncopate. Jason graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Dance. He leads an incredible team of DANJ dance educators including on and off-Broadway performers, members of leading dance companies, university and conservatory faculty, and professional choreographers.