Biography

Producer, Director and Choreographer

New HeadshotEnrique Brown (Producer)
Founder of Brown Productions, Enrique is a theatrical producer, director, choreographer and performer. From a young age Enrique was drawn to the stage and show business. His early training began in Dallas and continued with many instructors all over the nation including schools like the Houston Ballet Academy and Virginia School of the Arts. Enrique spent four seasons with Ballet Oklahoma where he danced roles from the Prince in The Nutcracker to Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet. Other favorite ballet roles include Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, D’artagnon in The Three Musketeers and the world’s shortest George Bailey in the premiere of It’s a Wonderful Life. From there, Enrique went on to become an actor/singer/dancer in many Broadway, national touring, regional and stock productions. He was last seen playing multiple characters in The Little Mermaid at The Lunt Fontaine. From 2004 to 2006 he was in the revival of Fiddler on the Roof starring Alfred Molina, then Harvey Fierstiein and Rosie O’donnell, where he performed the famous bottle dance for two years. Other Broadway credits include The Music Man where he performed the role of Tommy Djilas and Oklahoma! He can also be seen dancing in the film titled “Across the Universe” directed by Julie Taymor. Enrique has traveled the US in the national tours of Fame-The Musical and in the comedy role of Big Deal from West Side Story.

Director and Choreographer
Having worked with directors and choreographers such as Susan Stroman, Kathleen Marshall, David Leveaux, and Francesca Zambello, Enrique has found a growing passion in directing and choreographing.  He has choreographed numerous ballet pieces and was the assistant choreographer for the national tour of Oklahoma!. Directed/Choreography: Temple of the Souls (NYMF 2017/Outstanding Choreography Nomination), In the Heights (NYU/TISCH), Nice Work If You Can Get It, Oklahoma! (Assistant / The MUNY), Broadway Bares 25 (Assistant), 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, Merrilee Mannerly: A Magnificent New Musical (STONC Workshop & NY/CT Reading), Petunia: A New Musical (FRINGE / NY), The Rockford Peaches (NY Reading), The Awakening of Angel DeLuna (NY Reading), Bunnicula (Associate / Theatreworks USA), Broadway Bares 20, Fat Camp-The Musical (Associate), The Music Man, Duck for President (Associate / Theatreworks USA), Funny Girl (Asst.), Battery’s Down (Asst. / thebatterysdown.com), The 20 Gypsy of the Year, Song and Dance, The 22 Easter Bonnet (Asst.), Hello Dolly (Asst.).

Download Director/Choreographer resume: Current Resume.