Lamont Brown is a New York-based performer and choreographer. He is originally from Long Island and is a graduate of the Dance Theatre Conservatory at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City.

Lamont’s performance career has taken him all over the globe. He performed as Andy Lee in the national tour of  can machines know tok essay apa essay example 2010 a midsummer night dream essay go to link definition dehydration essay reaction zovirax generic price follow site essay hooks about love viagra company headquarters picture viagra patent generic 2017 source url here see url when is viagra prescribed sample ma thesis proposal follow link free essay on respiratory system click here source link source link https://www.arvadachamber.org/verified/kindle-paperwhite-new-york-times/49/ buy viagra cream contoh thesis statement yang baik amercian written essays companies baby clomid provera get link list of thesis titles go site how to write a journal paper viagra tablets usage buy viagra in los angeles “42nd Street”, featuring the iconic choreography by Randy Skinner. He worked on Norwegian Cruise Line performing Warren Carlyle’s choreography as a Tap Brother in “After Midnight.” He has most recently been seen touring the country and performing in Ireland with “Riverdance” as the featured tap and vocal soloist. His regional work includes “Hairspray,” “Singin’ in the Rain” and Jared Grimes’ new production of “42nd Street” at the Drury Lane Theatre in Chicago. 

He has been fortunate enough to work alongside some of New York’s most sought-after theatre choreographers, including Al Blackstone, Lorin Latarro, Jeff Whiting, Jason Sparks, Richard J. Hinds, Dewitt Fleming, Shannon Lewis, Mary Anne Lamb and Lisa Gajda.

Alongside performing, he produces, directs, and choreographs his own work as the founder of The LBD Project. Lamont is making waves with his work featuring precision jazz, tap, and hip-hop. As a choreographer, he is inspired by the Rockettes and classic Broadway styles.

When not performing, Lamont can be found at Universal Studios and Walt Disney World.