Chicago, IL (June 9, 2014) - This past week, Showbiz Deluxe was privileged to meet and present multi-talented award winning and Emmy nominated director, creator and choreographer Doriana Sanchez with her official summer 2014 cover story. On an off day in Chicago, the entertainment veteran graciously shared her time with SD for the official cover presentation at her downtown hotel.
Later this month, Showbiz Deluxe will release Part I of our interview exclusive with Doriana to highlight her fascinating career in show business, near death experience, healing through music and movement, working for music icon Cher for nearly 30 years plus much more.
Don’t miss this rare and revealing article with one of the entertainment businesses brightest stars!!
**Additional Directing and choreography credits include, Video Games Live, Jane’s Addiction’s Jubilee Tour, Perry Farrell’s Porno for Pyros Tour, Peter Gabriel’s Secret World Tour, Dirty Dancing Concert Tour ( 2 weeks Sold out shows at Radio City Music Hall) and her production of Barry Manilow’s Copacabana was nominated for Best New Musical in London. She has worked with musical legends such as latin superstar Shakira, Gladys Knight, Natalie Cole, Frankie Valli, and David Foster musical prodigies, Jackie Evancho and Charice, as well as comedy superstar Ellen DeGeneres.
She received a TEA award for Outstanding Achievement, for Resorts World’s Crane Dance, in Singapore Harbor, the largest animatronic water and video spectacular in the world and was Director and Choreographer for Festive Walk’s Lake of Dreams also at Resorts World.
Doriana’s television credits include the Grammy Awards, American Music Awards, Divas Live, Euro VMAs, Blockbuster Awards, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Be Good Johnny Weir and 10 seasons as Resident Choreographer on Fox’s hit show So You Think You Can Dance. Currently, Doriana is thrilled to be in production on Dream School USA for the Sundance Channel.**
(Pictured below, Showbiz Deluxe editor Christian F. Scalise with Doriana Sanchez in Chicago, Ill on June 5th, 2014)