Rick and Jeff are a directing and choreography team for stage and screen.
Recent highlights include choreographing a special NYE performance for Phish at Madison Square Garden and Broadway Asia’s immersive Peter Pan in Beijing.
For camera they've directed award-winning shorts and music videos that have screened at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Sprockets, festivals around the world, and online at Entertainment Weekly, NPR, and The Huffington Post.
Recent stage directing credits include Smile (FringeNYC), Roll! (Ars Nova), The 39 Steps (PST), and Dispossessed (HERE). Recent choreography credits: Orpheus in the Berkshires (Williamstown Theater Festival), The Light Princess (American Repertory Theater/New Victory Theater, NY Times Critics' Pick), My Machine is Powered by Clocks (New Ohio/Dixon Place), Hold Music (The Living Theater), and Tit for Tat (Ailey Citigroup/White Wave/Steps on Broadway). Recent music video choreography: “Safe and Sound” (Capital Cities), "Around" (Russell Elliot), and "Bad Body" & "Don't Feed the Party Animal" (Miracles of Modern Science).
As performers they have worked with choreographers Alison Chase (Pilobolus), Cherice Barton (B'way: Spider-Man), Benoit-Swan Pouffer (Cedar Lake), and Josh Prince (B’way: Shrek, Beautiful), and have appeared in films, TV shows, and commercials produced by MTV, YTV, National Geographic, Bravo!, and MuchMusic.
The bros are grads of Harvard and Princeton, third degree black belts in Kenpo Karate, Canadians with US Green Cards (eh!), and DJ wannabes. Rick likes Key and Peele, scuba diving, and navel-gazing. Jeff likes Russian literature, paella, and freezies (but only the blue ones).