Jamel Booth is a director and choreographer from Miami, FL. He started his theatre training at Norland Middle’s Theatre Arts Magnet program under the direction of Mrs. Tanisha Cidel.
From there, he attended Dr. Michael M. Krop Sr. High’s Theatre Magnet. He received his B.A in theatre performance from Florida A&M University. While in college, he has worked at the historic African Heritage Cultural Arts Center where he served as a theatre and musical theatre instructor for 6 years. There, he taught hundreds of students ranging from ages 4-17 years old. He also served as the program manager for Academy Award-Winning playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Youth Arts Leadership Summer (YALS) program. While there, he co-directed a multitude of one person shows, in conjunction with McCraney, for the students final performances at the historic Lyric Theatre.
Post graduation, Jamel received his first professional credit directing and choreographing George C. Wolfe’s “The Colored Museum” and head’s his alma mater’s magnet theatre program. His directing, choreographing, and music direction credit’s include: “Dreamgirls”, “Hamilton: An American Musical”, “FAME The Musical”, “The Wiz”, and “High School Musical”. Acting credits include: “Black Nativity”, “Catch Me If You Can”, “Young Frankenstein”, “Pippin” and “Schoolhouse Rock: LIVE!”.
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