Mr. Steven Montalvo (AEA)
Director/Choreographer

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Steven Montalvo is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association. Coming back to his home town of Kerman Ca. after living in New York City, he is excited to work with the community and share not only his expertise, but his passion for the performing arts. Steven has been in several shows and has toured nationally and internationally, with the roles of Plato/Macavity in “Cats,"  Anxious/Shark in “West Side Story,” and roles in  “A Chorus Line," as well as “42nd Street.” Steven became a member of an elite group inaugurating 5- Star and Award winning Production Shows on Holland America Cruise Line performing all over the world. 
Steven has been professionally working for over 18 years and has worked with some of the best entertainers and choreographers, including Patti Colombo, John Charron, Jill Hiller, Adam Cates, Liz Imperio, Carla Kama,  “Luigi,” Barry Manilow, The Legendary Dick Clark, and Tabitha and Napoleon from "So You Think You Can Dance."
Message From ME. . .​
Mr. Montalvo

I, Steven Montalvo, was brought up in Kerman, and it was hard to fit in. As it was meant to be, Kerman Performing Arts (Toni/Dina Baptista) showed
me how to channel my personal being and express it through movement. 
  Dancing helped build a personal mental strength 
that helped me to move to New York and  pushed me to
travel doing Broadway tours, and gigs all over the U.S.
I was able to accomplish things i didn't know were possible, 
in every city or small village i walked into.
Traveling all over the world,
doing the most dramatic and touristy things you can imagine,
meeting some of the most incredible people,
while entertaining and lighting up one stage at a time.
I am proudly producing quality and talented entertainers, teaching Responsibility and growth through performance education

Cheers!
​MR. Montalvo