MARK MYARS is an industry veteran working in theatre, television & film for almost 30 years. He is the Associate Choreographer of Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway, London’s West End and on Tour across the United States. He was recently the Associate Choreographer of The Cher Show (Broadway, Chicago) as well as the glorious Lincoln Center revival of My Fair Lady which is currently touring across America.
Mark worked alongside choreographer Christopher Gattelli on the romantic comedy Isn't It Romantic? starring Rebel Wilson.
Other Associate Choreographer credits include Annie (The Muny), SpongeBob Squarepants (Broadway), Assassins (New York City Encores), War Paint (Broadway, The Goodman Theater), Mamma Mia! (The Muny), If/Then (Broadway, National Tour), In Your Arms (The Old Globe, NYSF), Beaches (Drury Lane), Broadway for Hillary (NYC Benefit), and Norwegian Cruise Line’s Tuxedo, Get on the Floor and Dance!, Cabaret Cinema, and Acoustic Sessions.
Mark was the original Dance Supervisor of the international smash hit Wicked and has remounted Wayne Cilento's Tony-nominated Choreography for over seven companies worldwide including London's West End, Australia, Japan, and Germany.
Mark has choreographed for the MCC Miscast Gala: Ethan Slater, Wesley Taylor, and Gavin Lee in “You Could Drive a Person Crazy” and Andy Karl, Gavin Creel, and Jason Tam in “You Gotta Get a Gimmick”. Mark choreographed Casa Manana's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and is proud to have choreographed Dancin' Broadway!, a revue tour that re-lives and re-conceives Broadway's most iconic dance moments throughout the last several decades starring six of Broadway's most captivating dancers. He had the privilege to choreograph the Opening Number for the Trevor Project’s Annual NYC Gala featuring Shoshana Bean, Jeremy Jordan, and twelve of Broadway’s best male dancers.
With every opportunity Mark has been honored to choreograph for an organization he supports himself, BC/EFA. Some of that work can be seen in the Opening Number of Broadway Bares: Happy Endings as well as in the state of Kansas for Broadway Bares: United Strips of America.