November/December 2019: Film Version of the musical MARRY HARRY.
August 2019: Victoria is the recipient of a 2019 Motif Magazine Theater Award for her recreation of original Jerome Robbins Choreography for West Side Story at New Bedford Festival Theatre.
June/July 2019: World Premiere of I Spy a Spy Off-Broadway.
November/December 2018: World Premiere of Christmas in Hell by Gary Apple (The Simpsons) at the York Theatre Company.
July 2018: Victoria makes her choreographic debut with West Side Story at the beautiful 1,200 seat Zeiterion Theatre in New Bedford, MA.
VICTORIA CASILLO is a New York City based dancer, singer, and actress. You may have seen Victoria on stage in West Side Story, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Anything Goes, and Crazy for You at such theaters as Paper Mill Playhouse, Ogunquit Playhouse, Riverside Theatre, North Shore Music Theater, Finger Lakes Musical Theater Festival, Westchester Broadway Theater, Engeman Theater, and more. She is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association.
As a choreographer, Victoria was recently recognized with a 2019 Motif Magazine Theater Award for her work on West Side Story at New Bedford Festival Theater, where she restaged original Jerome Robbins Choreography at the 1,200 seat Zeiterion Theatre. Victoria also recently choreographed the premiere of Eighth Grade President at Merkin Hall (presented by Theatre Now). Victoria serves as assistant choreographer to Bill Castellino (Cagney), with whom she has worked on the World Premieres of I Spy a Spy and Christmas in Hell Off-Broadway, and the movie musical Marry Harry.
A Long Island Native, Victoria began her dance training at the American Theater Dance Workshop under Broadway Veterans Michelle and Jerome Vivona. She received continued training at the School at Steps on Broadway under Leslie Browne, Lisa Lockwood, Debbie Roshe, and Lisa Harvie. In 2015, Victoria graduated from SUNY Empire State College with a Bachelor of Science.
"Under original choreography reproduced by Victoria Casillo, dance numbers are a tight blend of ballet, jazz and athleticism; painstakingly true to the original model and meticulously duplicated. "
-The Standard Time - Lorraine Lucciola
"One of the most important aspects of this show is the choreography and the audience isn't disappointed here either. Choreographer Victoria Casillo recreates Jerome Robbins original choreography, [and] her dancing expertise is witnessed in "Prologue", "Dance at the Gym" which stops the show, "Cool", "America" and the breathtaking ballet to "Somewhere"."
-Tony's Corner - Tony Annicone