“In today’s world, ‘Harmony’ is an emotionally powerful musical of the greatest import.”
— Chicago Tribune

Who directed Harmony?

Jan 9, 2024

Harmony: A New Musical was directed and choreographed by the acclaimed Warren Carlyle. 


Most recently, he choreographed the revival of The Music Man at the Winter Garden Theatre for which he was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Choreography. Carlyle also served as the director of Harmony during its Off-Broadway at National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene. His choreographic career blossomed under his mentorship with the legendary Susan Stroman. Since then Carlyle’s accolades and credits have continued to pile up. Other recent Broadway credits include: Kiss Me, Kate, Hello Dolly!, She Loves Me, and On The Twentieth Century


For a complete look at Carlyle’s work on Broadway, check this out.


In an interview with Broadway.com’s Paul Wontorek on Harmony, Carlyle said, “I have to say, this has been full Broadway obsession from the first time I read it.” He goes on to discuss just how connected he feels to Harmony. Watch the full interview below.  


WATCH Warren Carlyle on creating Harmony