On Broadway, he worked as Associate Choreographer for "Fiddler on the
roof" starring Alfred Molina, for "Nine" (Best Revival Tony Award) starring Antonio Banderas and Chita Rivera, and for "Wise Guys" starring
He choreographed "Evita" at the Repertory Theater in St Louis,
Missouri, "Pirates of Penzance" at City Center, and the 24 Hour Musicals
starring Bebe Newirth in New York City.
In Argentina, he directed "Fiddler on the Roof", "An Act of God",
"Victor Victoria" (Critics Award Best Director in a Musical), "Man of La
Mancha", and associate directed "Little Shop of Horrors". He
choreographed "Applause" (Critics Awards Best Musical) and "Nativo"
(Best Choreographer Buenos Aires City Theater Awards). He directed and
choreographed some of the most acclaimed tango shows in Buenos Aires at
Madero Tango, starred by some or Argentina´s most recognized tango
singers and dancers.
In Japan, he was guest choreographer for the 100th anniversary of the
Takarazuka Revue Company. He conceived, directed, and choreographed the
musical “Argentango”. He also choreographed "Nine" in Tokyo and
Osaka and staged Lorca's "Yerma" and "Blood Weddings" in Yokohama.
In Korea, he directed and choreographed the musicals "Bernarda Alba",
"Barnum", "Cyrano", "Fiddler on the Roof", "Lovers in Paris", and
"Sweet Come to Me Stealthily".
In Mexico, he directed and choreographed "Timbiriche the Musical".
He was Artistic Director and Choreographer of the Argentinian version
of the internationally known TV show "Your Face Sounds Familiar".
He received a Fulbright Scholarship in Musical Theater and Dance in New
York City and was granted the Honorary Recognition Award in Dance and
Choreography by the Argentinian Dance Council.