Eric Stretch has taught dancers and non-dancers of all ages & levels in Europe, Canada and across the United States for institutions such as Loyola Marymount University, Princeton University, University of Irvine, New York City Dance Alliance and Dance League. Eric has been on the faculty as host, choreographer and musical theatre teacher for dance conventions OnStageNewYork, Dance League and NUVO. On screen, he choreographed competition series Alter Ego (FOX), Top Elf (Nickelodeon) and Paw Patrol Live at Home! (Paramount+). He choreographed and performed every week on E!’s The Funny Dance Show, also serving as Dance Captain. He danced alongside Madonna in her music video, “Give Me All Your Luvin" and performed with Beyonce at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards. Other film and TV appearances include Netflix’s Lucifer, HBO's Boardwalk Empire and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, NBC’s Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Days of Our Lives and America's Got Talent - don't mention the camel! For 5 years, he performed in one of the most successful musicals in history, Wicked, on Broadway, LA company and the National Tour. Other Broadway credits include the TONY Award winning company of La Cage Aux Follies, the Disney/ Elton John musical Aida and Bombshell, based on the hit TV series Smash. As lead singer of 90s male recording group No Authority, Eric recorded albums on SONY Records, executive produced by Michael Jackson, and Madonna’s record label Maverick Records. Their achievements include the popular hit "Can I Get Your Number” and a Gold Record for the soundtrack to Nickelodeon’s The Rugrats Movie. The band toured worldwide with Destiny’s Child, Britney Spears, 98 Degrees and Pink.