Home from Paris

New Years in Paris was amazing. It was great getting to bring in the new year for the first time as husband and wife! We are now both back in New York and it feels so good to finally be home together. One of the most exciting things about my trip to Paris, besides watching Robbie light up the stage in American in Paris, was finding out where, Marie van Goethem, the character I played in Little Dancer, actually lived in Paris while growing up. I visited both of the streets where Degas and Marie lived and couldn’t believe that…

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Bringing in the New Year With a Whirlwind of Events!

First I would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year and hope you all had wonderful holidays! So much has happened since I performed at the Kennedy Center Honors, which aired live December 30th on CBS, so I would like to give you an update! The day after the Honors I headed back to NYC for one day to rehearse for New York City Ballet’s winter season. The next day I hopped on a plane to Paris to see Robbie’s opening night of An American In Paris; he is starring as Jerry Mulligan, the Gene Kelly role. He…

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After Little Dancer | Kennedy Center Honors

After having a week to look back on Little Dancer, I can honestly say that it was an experience of a lifetime. To be a part of such a special show and to have the opportunity to play opposite some of Broadway’s most talented veterans was an honor in itself. It was such a wonderful challenge to throw myself into a show where I had to not only dance but also use my voice. It was a learning experience every night and so fulfilling. Immediately after the last show of Little Dancer, I headed back to the city to start…

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Tiler Peck, now playing ballerina Marie van Goethem in Ahrens and Flaherty’s new musical Little Dancer, enthralls the famed “Little Dancer” sculptor Edgar Degas (played by Boyd Gaines) on a nightly basis at Washington, D.C.’s Kennedy Center. Take a look at Gaines performing the song “In Between” as he gazes on at a stunning ballet solo by Peck, choreographed by the show’s Tony Award-winning director Susan Stroman.- Theatermania.com  @tilerpeck @misstilerpeck Click here to read more at the site.