Richard Pierlon has choreographed at the Latin Quarter (New York), Bally’s Park Place (Atlantic City), Riviera Hotel (Mardi Gras Room; Las Vegas), Sporting Club and Cabaret (Monte Carlo), Brick Hall (Nagasaki, Japan), Convention Exhibition Center (Hong Kong); in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Osaka, and Saga City, Japan; Israel; and in Amsterdam, Holland. He has choreographed the videos “A Night at la Cage” starring Milton Berle, “Pepperidege Farm Products,” “Cut Me Loose,” and the movies “Gone With the Weiners” and “Lustre,” and the musical “The Trapped Family Singers” (Fringe Festival, New York), and “Borderless” (Tokyo).
As a teacher he has taught at Broadway Dance Center (New York), Ballet Arts, City Center (New York), Boston Summer Dance Festival, Professional Dance Center (Tokyo), Ketzeu Hagoof (Israel), Congreso de Baile (Buenos Aires), Dance Master’s and Show Stopper (North Carolina), Teri Martell School of Dance (Akron), Tad Dance Studio (Japan), N.Y.C. p.f. (New York), Theater Dance (Nagasaki), and Kanako School of Ballet (Saga City, Japan), Perry Dance II (New York), Step’s 74 (New York), David Howard School of Ballet (New York), Theater Dance (New York), Fitness Gym (Germany), Sonya Marie Dance Studio (Dothan, Alabama), Debonaire School of Dance (Warren, Ohio), I.A.C. Studio (Tokyo), Broadway Dance Center (Tokyo), Dance Point (Osaka), Jazz Unlimited (Mariton, New Jersey), The Amsterdam School of Art (Holland), Waves (Philadelphia), Fancy Dancer (New York), Classical Jazz Theater (Teaneck, New Jersey), P.D.T.A. (Savannah, Georgia), and Dance Caravan (New Orleans, Salt Lake City, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, Denver, Pittsburg, Des Moines, Cincinnati, New York, Myrtle Beach, Orlando), TCA (Tokyo), PDC (Tokyo), Broadway Dance Center (New York), Triple Threat Arts Center (Cherry Hill, NJ), Congreso de Baile (Madrid).
Richard Pierlon was trained at Harkness School of Ballet, Martha Graham School, Alvin Ailey School of Dance and New Dance Group Studio. Mr. Pierlon has worked with Agnes de Mille, Cathy Dobby, Gwen Verdon, Lee Theodore, Bob Fosse, Debbie Allen, Eleo Pomare, Sophie Maslow, Walter Knickes, Arlene Phillips and Luis Johnson among others.