PATRICIA WILCOX (Choreographer) choreographed Motown the Musical, for which she won the Fred Astaire Award and an NAACP Award.  Motown enjoyed long runs on Broadway and in the West End, and numerous tours here and abroad.  Also, on Broadway and on tour, Ms. Wilcox choreographed A Night with Janis Joplin.  At Encores! Off-Center, she choreographed the critically acclaimed Little Shop of Horrors, which starred Jake Gyllenhaal and Ellen Greene. National tours: An Officer and a Gentleman, Children’s Letters to God, Bowfire (and the resulting PBS special), Blues in the Night (NAACP Nomination), and Seussical.  Selected regional: The Secret Garden (Denver Center); Diary of a Wimpy Kid (Children’s Theatre Company); Beautiful (The Muny), The Music Man (Connecticut Critics Circle Award) Bye Bye Birdie (Connecticut Critics Circle nomination) and Gypsy at Goodspeed Opera House.  Her work has been seen at The Kennedy Center, The Old Globe, The Alley Theatre, The McCarter Theatre, Missouri Repertory Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, Pioneer Theatre, Sacramento Music Circus, ATC, and Paper Mill Playhouse. Ms. Wilcox created original works for the Houston Symphony, Minnesota Pops, Phoenix Symphony, Lyrics & Lyricists at the 92nd Street Y, Broadway Under the Stars, Norwegian Cruise Line, as well as for ice-skating medalists for three Winter Olympics. Pattiwilcox.com