Anthony Morigerato

Anthony Morigerato is a tap dancer, director, and Emmy nominated choreographer. He is the founder and director of Operation: Tap, an online forum that is dedicated to immersing tap dancing into the public’s consciousness. Anthony is also the Producer of AM Dance Productions which has produced live theatrical performances and film in NYC since 2006. As a performer Anthony was a soloist and member of Michael Minery’s Tapaholics (2002-2012), the lead tap dancer and choreographer for the musical group Matt and Anthony (2009-2012), a soloist and associate choreographer for Stacey Tookey’s Still Motion (2012-Present), and a guest artist for various festivals, benefits, industrials, seminars, and performances since 1999. Anthony has appeared as a choreographer and or a performer on several television shows including America’s Got Talent, The Arsenio Hall Show, So You Think You Can Dance, and the Tony Danza Show. Anthony holds the world record for “most tap sounds in one minute” having made 1,163 sounds. Anthony is an accomplished dancer in all disciplines having trained at Marymount Manhattan College where he performed the works of Robert Battle, Elizabeth Higgins, Jiri Kylian, David Parsons, Katie Langan and William Soleu. He has served as a teacher and adjudicator for dance organizations, competitions, theater schools, and dance studios throughout the nation since 1999, having students go on to perform in all aspects of the performance industry. He is currently touring the country with NUVO Dance Convention, The Dance Awards, The Dance Teacher Summit, and SLIDE.