Training: Elmurst Ballet School and the London School of Musical Theatre.
Theatre work includes: swing in the final cast of Mary Poppins (Prince Edward); ensemble and understudy to Moonface Martin in Anything Goes (UK tour); Mendel/Dance Captain in Fiddler on the Roof (UK tour); Enoch Snow Jnr in Carousel (UK tour); Zeke/ Dance Captain in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (UK tour); Dance Captain on Carousel (UK tour); Lucky in Dames at Sea (Farnborough); Sondheim Tonight (Barbican); Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? workshop (Victoria Palace); Fred Astaire – His Daughter’s Tribute (Palladium); Spirit of the Dance and Spirit of Broadway (USA, Taiwan, Europe and Dubai); and the title role in Peter Pan (Central Theatre, Chatham). He appeared in the new Irish musical The Ha’penny Bridge (Point Depot, Dublin) and Children Will Listen, a celebration for Sondheim’s 75th birthday (Drury Lane).
Choreography includes: Jack and the Beanstalk (Sheffield, Lyceum); Aladdin (Riverfront, Newport); Catching Tales and Into the Woods (Arts Ed); Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood (Malvern, Festival); Alice Through the Looking Glass (Merton Abbey Mills); Now We Are Six (the Dome Room, Her Majesty’s); and various work for Thomson and Open Wide. Most recently Lewis has worked as assistant choreographer on the UK tour of Fiddler on the Roof and has choreographed two new musicals, Sherlock Holmes – the Early Years and Petite Rouge for graduates at Arts Ed. Lewis was thrilled to be asked to choreograph A Spoonful of Stiles and Drewe, a gala evening celebrating 25 years of the writing of the wonderful George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, with performers including Gareth Gates, Joanna Riding, Alison Jiear and Clive Rowe at Her Majesty’s Theatre.