Emmy-nominated choreographer Stacey Tookey is a multifaceted, Canadian director, choreographer and dancer who has worked in both concert and commercial platforms throughout her career. She has worked with legendary musical artists such as Celine Dion, Bette Midler, Christina Perri, Justin Timberlake, Michael Bublé, Ingrid Michealson and Paula Abdul. Performing highlights include Mia Michaels’ contemporary dance company R.A.W., Parsons Dance Project, Ballet British Columbia, Peter Chu’s ChuThis, Houston Grand Opera and Celine Dion’s record- breaking show "A New Day” at Caesars Palace where she was a cast member for 5 years. T.V and film choreography credits include So You think You Can Dance and So You Think You Can Dance Canada for 10 seasons, Dancing with the Stars, The James Cordin show, (Viral sensation) Shia LeBeouf Live for Rob Cantor, Dance-Off, The Next Step and Fair Market Value. She has choreographed full length ballets for Cincinnati Ballet and Los Angeles Ballet and taught at prestigious Universities such as Loyola Marymount University, University of Jacksonville, Princeton and The Juilliard School. Stacey’s Dance Company Still Motion celebrated its world premiere of Moments Defined in 2012 and since then have performed for sold out audiences in L.A.,NYC, Long Beach and at Perry Mansfield, Jacobs Pillow and DansEncore in Trois- Rivières.
Stacey currently is choreographing two new stage musicals “Pump Up The Volume”and "Dancer", as well as the upcoming feature film musical "I'm Not Gay". She is excited to continue to mentor students from all over the world who want to pursue a career in the arts through her training program “The Protégé Movement”. A training for dancers to be inspired while being nurtured as a whole... mind, body and spirit and her pre-professional program "The Bridge Movement".