Lady Gaga's choreographer is coming to SF to teach BAD ROMANCE: Richy Jackson

Richy Jackson, Lady Gaga's Choreographer and Visual Director, is coming to SF to teach a Lady Gaga dance workshop! He'll be teaching us the iconic steps to Bad Romance in this all levels/all ages workshop.  We'll learn the exact steps from Lady Gaga's residency in Las Vegas for 60 minutes, then we'll have a chance to ask Richy some questions and then we'll have some time for selfies with Richy.  You are welcome to post your photo with Richy on social media, just please remember to hashtag #popstarbootycamp.

This is the first time Richy Jackson has offered a dance workshop teaching his Gaga choreography in San Francisco. Richy is from Fairfield, so let's welcome him back to the bay!

Wear comfortable workout clothes and sneakers (sorry, no heels allowed in the studio).  Please do NOT contact Genesis DanceSport with questions - they are hosting the event but they are not producing the event.  If you have any questions you can write directly to (Carol is the event organizer).

This workshop is open to all ages, but if your child is under age 14, you will need to stay in the studio for the entire class (no drop-offs). Please arrive 10 minutes early to check-in and approve our insurance waiver form. Please do not arrive earlier than 4:50pm as the doors will not be open.

Sorry, no refunds or class credits after March 10, 2019. 

Richy Jackson's BIO:

Richard "Richy" Jackson From the San Francisco Bay Area) is an American dancer, creative director, and choreographer best known for his work with Lady Gaga. Jackson had a lifelong interest in dance, and after seeing a school friend dancing for Aaliyah on television, Jackson left studies at Tuskegee University in 1999 and moved to Los Angeles to pursue dance as a career.

Jackson has danced for several artists including Missy Elliott[3] and Usher, and was an assistant choreographer to award-winning choreographer Michael Rooney. Jackson later worked as an assistant choreographer to Laurieann Gibson, choreographing and dancing for Lady Gaga as well as for artists including Cimorelli, Keri Hilson, Brandy, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, and Sean "Puffy" Combs. In November 2011, Lady Gaga appointed Jackson as her choreographer and visual director.

In 2012 Jackson served as visual director and choreographer for Lady Gaga's Born This Way Ball tour and featured as a judge on Lifetime television's Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition. Jackson also has dance credits in several films and television commercials.