Caley Carr

Caley Carr

Tap

 

Caley Carr is a tap choreographer who hails from Southern California. Caley made his television debut on FOX's hit T.V. show "So You Think You Can Dance," where he is still recognized as the tap dancing, mustache adoring surfer. He was seen in Ty Dolla $ign featuring Post Malone's hit single, "Spicy." 

One of his recent credits includes choreography for NBC's hit show "World of Dance." Caley performed with Derek Hough in his "Kairos" music video, and "Singing in the Rain" recreation performed at Hollywood Night Under The Stars," hosted by George Clooney. Caley has spent time as a company member in "Rhapsody in Taps," directed by Linda Sohl-Ellison, and "Tap Under Ground," directed by Gregg Russell. 

 

Caley has toured with Grammy Award winner, Tim Kubart, as his  tap dancing side kick. He has also toured with Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ), in a rotating musical collective founded by arranger and pianist Scott Bradlee. 

 

Caley was published in Dance Magazine as a "Top 25 Breakout Stars of 2018," and also featured a Q&A article in their Tap Issue.