Gustavo Zajac is Director, Choreographer and Profesor of Musical Theater and Jazz Dance.

YEAR 2017

In July 2017, CYRANO the Musical, with Direction and Choreography by Gustavo Zajac, opened at the LG Arts Center in Seoul, Korea. The show was performed by an a Korean all star cast and composed by Frank Wildhorn. 

YEAR 2017

In 2017, Gustavo Zajac directed the Argentinian version of AN ACT OF GOD, with one of the country's most accomplished comedians. The comedy opened at the mythical Maipo Theater in Buenos Aires. 

YEAR 2016

Choreographer at 24 Hour Musicals.

YEAR 2015

In October 2015 Pirates of Penzance is presented at the City Center of New York, with Choreography and Associate Direction by Gustavo Zajac. The production is starred by Metropolitan Opera and Broadway artists. New York City, USA.

YEAR 2014

"THE LOST GLORY" TAKARAZUKA Review Company.
Choreography by Gustavo Zajac. Takarazuka-Tokyo. JAPAN

YEAR 2014

"ARGENTANGO" A Tango Musical with Argentinian-Japanese Cast
Directed and Choreographed by Gustavo Zajac
Tokyo. Osaka. Nagoya

YEAR 2013

In 2013 Gustavo was Staging Director and Choreographer of "Your Face Sounds Familiar". The international hit TV show was aired on National TV in Argentina and starred by first rate South American artists. The show received the Independent TV Producers Award as the Best Big Show on Argentinian Television.

YEAR 2013

Directed and choreographed the new traditional Korean musical "Sweet Come to Me Stealthily" in Seoul, Corea.

YEAR 2012

Directed and choreographed the new original Korean musical ."Lovers in Paris" in Seoul, Corea.

YEAR 2011

In 2011 he staged and choreographed "Yerma", by Garcia Lorca, in Yokohama, Japan.

YEAR 2010

In 2010 he directed and choreographed "Timbiriche, El Musical" in México city. And he created and directed the musical "Spoon River" in Yokohama, Japan.

YEAR 2009

In 2009 he was in charge of General Direction and Choreography "Blood Weddings" in Japan.
Besides, he was in charge of the General Direction and choreographed of the tango musicals "Memorable" and "Port Buenos Aires" with ballet superstar Maximiliano Guerra and star pop singer Patricia Sosa.

YEAR 2008 - 2006

In 2008 he was General Director and Choreographer of the musical "Fiddler on the Roof" at the Natinoal Theatre in Seoul, Korea and the Tango show "Very Argentine" in Buenos Aires.
Gustavo was in charge of the General Direction and choreographed of "Victor Victoria" in Buenos Aires, with Raúl Lavié, Valeria Lynch, Karina K and Fabian Gianola, some of Argentina´s biggest Stars.

He also directed and choreographed "Tangorama", a journey through tango colors with Argentina´s number one tango dancer Mora Godoy

In 2006 Gustavo Zajac has been awarded with the Theater City Awards for his choreography of Nativo and the Critics Award for his Direction of "Victor Victoria" and "Nativo".

YEAR 2005

In 2005 he directed and choreographed "Man of la Mancha" at the "El Nacional" Theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
In 2005 he worked as Choreographer for "Nine" the musical in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan.
He was in charge of the Choreographic Direction and Staging of the musical "Nativo" at the "El Nacional" Theater in the city of Buenos Aires.

YEAR 2004

In 2004 he was Associate Musical Staging of “Fiddler on the Roof” on Broadway, New York, with actor Alfred Molina and Direction by David Leveaux.

He choreographed the musical “Applause” in Buenos Aires, with actresses Claudia Lapacó and Paola Krum, produced by Diego Romay (ACE Award “Best Musical” 2004).

YEAR 2003 - 1998

In the year 2003 he was Associate Choreographer in “Nine” the musical on Broadway, starring Antonio Banderas, Chita Rivera, and Jane Krakowski. (Tony Award “Best Revival of a Musical” (2003).

Besides, he worked along choreographer Jonathan Butterell on the TV commercial of E-Bay for national television, directed by Sam Mendes.

In 2001 he was Associate Director and Choreographer on “The Little Shop of Horrors” in Buenos Aires, directed by Beauty of the Beast’s director Robert Jess Roth and choreographer Matt West.

In 1999 he worked as Assistant Choreographer in “Wise Guys” at the New York Theater Workshop, with actors Nathan Lane and Victor Garber, and music by Stephen Sondheim.

In 1998 he was Assistant Director of “Nine” the musical in Buenos Aires, with actor Juan Darthes. Also, he was Movement Director for the plays “The Whole List” and “Slow Approximation” at the Payro theater in the city of Buenos Aires.

PROFESOR

Gustavo teaches dance workshops at the Roxana Grinstein studio in Buenos Aires and he is a Guest Professor at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, USA, at the Boston "Summer Dance Festival in Boston" - USA and "Theater Festival in San Sebastián" - Spain, the Center for the Arts in Guayaquil, Ecuador, Steps on Broadway Dance Studio in New York, USA, the Tokyo Theater Project in Tokyo, Japan, and the American Musical Theater Workshop in Long Island, USA.

Besides, he judges national and international dance contests and teaches workshops in Buenos Aires and many provinces throughout Argentina.

TEN COMPAÑIA DE DANZAS

In the year 2002 Gustavo created his dance company called “TEN”, which is made out of the exceptional female dancers who have trained with him. The company dances in various festivals and develops its own concerts. The work includes Lyrical Jazz and Theater Dance pieces.

ACTOR AND DANCER

Gustavo teaches dance workshops at the Roxana Grinstein studio in Buenos Aires and he is a Guest Professor at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, USA, at the Boston "Summer Dance Festival in Boston" - USA and "Theater Festival in San Sebastián" - Spain, the Center for the Arts in Guayaquil, Ecuador, Steps on Broadway Dance Studio in New York, USA, the Tokyo Theater Project in Tokyo, Japan, and the American Musical Theater Workshop in Long Island, USA.

Besides, he judges national and international dance contests and teaches workshops in Buenos Aires and many provinces throughout Argentina.

OTHER STUDIES

As a performer, he played Tulsa in "Gypsy", partnered Argentina's prima ballerina Eleonora Cassano in her show "Cassano Dancing", and worked along with Argentina's superstar Susana Gimenez on television.