LEE MARTINO (Director)
Lee is thrilled to be directing What a Pair with such a dedicated, talented group of people. In the past Lee’s work has been seen in many S.T.A.G.E., Actor’s Fund, Alzheimer’s benefits. Working with many television and Broadway stars.
Lee’s work can be seen on the new hit Bravo series Step It Up and Dance.
Lee’s choreography has won her two Los Angeles Drama Critic’s Awards, two Ovation Awards, Garland awards and many nominations for these awards. Her On Your Toes for Reprise won her the 2007 Ovation, LADCC and Garland awards.
Lee is the resident choreographer for Reprise Theatre Company. Recent work for them includes Li’l Abner starring Cathy Rigby, On Your Toes, Damn Yankees, On The Town, Brigadoon, all for Reprise. Other credits include: Beehive (El Portal Theatre), the Full Monty, All Shook Up, (West Coast Premiere) both for Musical Theatre West, I Do I Do and Side By Side By Sondheim for The Pasadena Playhouse, direction and choreography for several large-scale dance production shows for Harley-Davidson in Denver, San Diego, and Dallas, Universal Studios’ New York Rascal Show, and Disney’s Santa Clause 3 Stage Show at the El Capitan. Other credits include: Grease (Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities), excerpts from the King and I (Hollywood Bowl), starring Lynn Redgrave and Patrick Stuart, Man of La Mancha starring Robert Goulet, Mame , starring Carol Lawrence and Sally Struthers, the opening of the Hobby Performing Arts Center in Houston for Theatre Under the Stars hosted by former President George Bush starring JoAnne Worley Cabaret for West Coast Ensemble, Disney’s Latin American Tour A Dream Is a Wish, IMPACT at FORD FIELD, the Gala Opening of the Lions Football Field in Detroit starring Gladys Knight, the Grand Opening of the Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs starring American Idol Ruben Stoddard.
Television and Film Credits include: NBC’s “Hit Me Baby One More Time”, the WB’s “What I Like About You”, starring Jenny Garth and Amanda Bynes, Nickelodeon’s “All That”, Warner Bros.’ animated feature “The King and I”, and Sony Pictures’ “Dark Wolf”.