Kevin Dietzler (Choreographer, 42nd Street) is a director, choreographer, and performer who has been heavily involved with youth theatre in the Philadelphia Area. He has directed and choreographed more than 15 productions over the past 10 years with Upper Darby Summer Stage and Upper Darby High School. Among his other choreography credits is Villanova Theatre for their 2012 production of The Drowsy Chaperone. Favorite performing credits include 42nd Street (Ensemble) with Walnut Street Theater, Singing in the Rain (Don Lockwood) and Crazy For You(Bobby Child) with Player’s Club of Swarthmore, Ragtime (Younger Brother), and the title role in George M!, both at Summer Stage. He holds his M.S. in Education and B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Saint Joseph’s University and spends his days as an Applications Programmer Analyst at Villanova University.