Mitchel Federan is an accomplished teacher, choreographer, dancer, actor, and singer. His theatrical credits include the Radio City Rockette Show in Mexico City, the National Tour of Annie Get Your Gun, The Music Man on Broadway, and The Boy From Oz on Broadway, which he starred in opposite Hugh Jackman. Mitchel's television credits include a role on ABC's All My Children, an appearance on 8 Simple Rules, The Macy's Day Parade, Good Morning America, and a starring role in two pilots for ABC's Just A Phase. Mitchel was nominated for two "Outstanding Featured Actor In A Musical" awards and won a Theatre World Award for "Best Broadway Debut" in 2004.
Mitchel created his own dance company, Versatile Dance Company, to give dancers a new level of education and training in Ohio. This dance company is non-profit, and through Mitchel's choreography in all different styles, puts on shows to benefit local charities. VDC has raised over $65,000 in the past five years.
Most recently, Mitchel moved back to Los Angeles, where he focuses his time on training and teaching. You can catch Mitchel teaching Contemporary at Hollywood Connection Dance Convention, and as a new member of Rithem Dance Company, directed by Ryan Lohoff.