Anthony Morigerato is the executive director and choreographer for the New York City based AM Dance Productions (2007-Present). Anthony was also the artistic director of the AM Dance Project from 2006-2008. As a performer Anthony has been a soloist and member of Michael Minery's Tapaholics and is the lead tap dancer and choreographer for the musical group Matt and Anthony. Anthony has performed as a soloist in venues all across the US including The Duke, New World Stages, The Theater at St. Clement's, The Beacon, The Nate Holden Theater, The Manhattan Center, Roseland, The National Comedy Theater, The DiCapo Opera House, City Center, The GE Theater, The Victoria Theater at NJPAC, Theater Row, and the Hammerstein Ballroom. He has also appeared on television on the Tony Danza Show and NBC's America's Got Talent. Anthony is an accomplished dancer in all disciplines having trained at Marymount Manhattan College where he performed the works of Robert Battle, Jiri Kylian, Elizabeth Higgins, Katie Langan, David Parsons, and William Soleu. He has served as an adjudicator and master teacher 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 on faculty for NUVO Dance Convention, SLIDE with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, The Dance Teacher Summit, and The Dance Awards. Most recently Anthony had the privilege to perform as a soloist in Capezio’s 125th Anniversary Gala, Nigel Lythgoe’s Dizzy Feet Foundation Gala, and is proud to be a guest artist in Stacey Tookey’s concert Moments Defined. He is also the proud record holder of the Guinness Book of World Records “most taps in one minute” by making 1,163 sounds.