Kurt Crowley is currently the music director/conductor of Hamilton on Broadway. Previous work in theater includes Hamilton (Public Theater),Bring It On (Broadway), Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 (Off-Broadway), In The Heights (National Tour), Carmen La Cubana (Théâtre du Châtelet), FLY (Dallas Theater Center), and Somewhere (Hartford Stage). He collaborated with fellow Harvard alum Damian Woetzel on Vail Dance Festival’s recent ReMix NYC at City Center and DEMO - Song and Dance at the Kennedy Center. He has written arrangements and music directed for numerous Cabaret venues including a recent show entitled Andrea Burns' Broadway Latin Party, and also has written music for Sesame Street. After studying Music and Comparative Religion at Harvard University, he received a Paine Fellowship to study classical and devotional music in North India. He was also part of the creative team of Carmen: El Amor Cubano, one of the first professional productions of musical theater in Cuba in decades.