Billy Griffin is a dancer and choreographer who received his BFA from New York University. Performing credits include the 1st National Tours of Mary Poppins, Young Frankenstein, and White Christmas, Jeff Amsden's A Few Good Men Dancin’The Electric Company on PBS, the film Clear Blue Tuesday, and the video game Dance on Broadway for Nintendo Wii. 

Choreography credits include assisting Andy Blankenbuehler on Only Gold and Joshua Bergasse on episodes of NBC’s SMASH, plus creating pieces for The Miss America Organization for seven years. Billy travels the country setting choreography for many dance studios and serves as an adjudicator and master class teacher for various conventions and competitions. Currently, Billy is the Associate Choreographer to Marlo Hunter for My Life Is A Musical at Bay Street Theater and the Assistant Director for Date Of A Lifetime at NJ Rep.

As Director of Educational Programming at Broadway Dance Center, I’ve seen so many gifted teachers and choreographers through the years that it’s hard not to get a little jaded. That said, when I say without hyperbole that the first time I watched Billy Griffin’s class I was literally jumping up and down outside the studio, it should illustrate not only how brilliant is his work but also how powerfully it’s delivered to his students. I have a very small category of choreographers that I like to call “the future of dance,” and Billy Griffin is emphatically in that very exclusive club. Bravo, Billy!
— Bonnie E. Erickson: Director of Educational Programming at Broadway Dance Center