In the latest installment of Gotta Dance!, Broadway.com highlights Constantine Rousouli, the bad-ass dancer currently turning heads in Broadway’s Ghost. As Rousouli tells it, he was a high school jock and troublemaker, until a teacher offered to let him out of detention early if he auditioned for the school musical. The dancer, who has appeared in Hairspray and Wicked on Broadway, also tells the story of an accident that thrust him into the spotlight, and why Broadway is the best family to be a part of. Click on below to see Rousouli’s high-energy photo shoot with photographer Matthew Murphy, and check out his incredible hip-hop moves at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Watch the video to find out how Rousouli went from troublemaker to theater star!
About the Photographer
Matthew Murphy is a New York City-based photographer specializing in theater and dance. His work appears regularly in the Arts and Leisure section of The New York Times and additional credits include Bravo TV, New York Magazine, Vanity Fair, The Village Voice, Dance Magazine, The Financial Times and The New York Post. He is a former member of American Ballet Theatre. For more information visit MurphyMade.com.
Additional Credits: Hair & makeup by Ariel Vega; Styling by David Withrow; Production Assistants: Kevin Thomas Garcia and Sara Meissner; Photo Post Production: Matthew Murphy