The Creators

From the stage to the screen, Tracy Phillips and Dominic Carbone’s work—called “fearless” by the LA Times—has garnered such buzz in the entertainment industry they’ve become the leading choreography team for edginess and provocation. Not bad for two kids who started out in the parking lot of their local dance studio in Denver.
Lending their talents to everything from the Victoria's Secret fashion show to the Grammy Awards to Adam Lambert’s controversial performance at the 2009 American Music Awards, Phillips and Carbone have made a particular mark in arenas, choreographing major tours for Rihanna, Britney Spears, The Spice Girls, Ricky Martin and more.
Artists like Robin Thicke,
Will.i.Am, Fiona Apple, the Eurthymics and Michael Buble call on them for artistic direction and video work, and on the large screen, they have choreographed (and, in some cases, performed in) such films as The Muppets, Water for Elephants, Charlie Wilson's War, Jackass 2 and the unforgettable Hall & Oates scene in (500) Days of Summer. Their commercial credits include Target, Old Navy, Guitar Hero, Kmart and Gap.
Currently Phillips and Carbone’s pet project is Harlow Gold, a high-energy, rock and roll girlie show every Thursday at Harvelle's in Santa Monica, and at Harvelle’s in Long Beach. In-your-face and intimate, it features six dancers who take over every inch of the venue. No one leaves disappointed. 

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