This week's Gotta Dance! sheds a little light on one of Broadway's favorite rising stars, former So You Think You Can Dance favorite Neil Haskell, currently taking on his first leading role in Bring It On: The Musical. The popular Haskell went from the Fox phenomenon to Broadway, tackling tough dancing roles in The Times They Are A-Changin' and 9 to 5 before landing in the cheerleading tuner. Click below for a closer look at Haskell's moves during his photo shoot with photographer Matthew Murphy, and learn what Broadway show caused Haskell to re-think "literally everything I thought about dance."
Watch the video to find out how Haskell went from reality TV star to Broadway back-flipper!
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 Julia Dalton-Brush; Styling by David Withrow; Production Assistants: Kevin Thomas Garcia and Daniel Robinson; Photo Post Production: Matthew Murphy