Angela Harriell is the founder and choreographer of the theater dance company, The Love Show. Her choreography has been performed across the United States as well as in Egypt and Japan. She has worked with Elisa Monte and David Brown dance, Randy James Danceworks, and taught dance at Binghamton University, Lincoln Center, and The Joffrey.

Angela’s work has been seen at The Delacorte Theater, The Flea Theater, HERE theater, The New York Burlesque Festival, The New York Fringe Festival, White Wave Dance Festival, The Philly Fringe Festival’s Late Night Cabaret, House of Yes (earning her a New York Innovative Theatre Awards Outstanding Choreography nomination), and different nightclubs throughout New York. She has set original works for The Public Theater’s Public Works series, as well as Jerboa Dance of Seattle and Dance Key West in Key West, Florida. Cointreau and Vogue magazine have commissioned pieces from her, and she has created and directed several full-length contemporary ballets, including “Nutcracker: Rated R”, which sold out in its runs for seven seasons in New York and was performed in Tokyo, “Dance Mayhem: A Grindhouse Ballet”, which debuted at New York’s Theatre 80 to great acclaim, and two major collaborations with singer/songwriter Corn Mo and his anthemic rock band, .357 Lover. Her work has thrice been selected to be presented at special galas at the National Arts Club, whereAngela has performed along with such luminaries as Elaine Stritch, F. Murray Abraham, Tammy Grimes, Charles Busch and Julie Halston.

Angela was a Hammerstein Beauty at Simon Hammerstein’s notorious downtown supper club, The Box, and also performed with Brooklyn Ballet, Brooklyn Repertory Opera and Opéra Français de New York. Angelawas commissioned to create original choreography for the New York screening of “The Antics Roadshow”, a new film by Banksy, and choreographed an original piece for The Public Theater to premiere at The Delacorte for Shakespeare in the Park’s production of Twelfth Night. Her company has been featured in TDF.org‘s online magazine “Meet The Company”, and The New York Post and many other publications have praised her choreography, and The New York Times sent a reporter to follow her troupe’s exploits on Bastille Day.