Kat Burns


Kathryn Burns, aka Kat Burns, is a two-time Emmy winning choreographer for her work on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.  She has choreographed over 150 episodes of TV including Key & Peele, Why Women Kill, The Morning Show, Drunk History, James Corden, Bill Nye Saves The World, Two Broke Girls, The Other Two, Better Things, Teachers, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Children’s Hospital, Another Period, Garfunkel & Oates, Stuck In The Middle, and Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp to name a few.

Other career highlights include directing and performing with the cast of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend LIVE at Radio City Music Hall, co-producing/choreographing Yes, it’s Really us Singing: The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Concert Special series finale, choreographing/casting Pharrell Williams’ “HAPPY” the worlds’ first 24 hour music video which won the GRAMMY for Best Music Video Of The Year, WEBBY award winning short “The Wire: The Musical” with Funny or Die, choreographing Rachel Bloom for her Primetime and Creative Arts EMMYS performances, and the 2019 opening number of Hollywood Week for Dancing With The Stars.  Other artist work include Weird Al Yankovic, Lil Dicky, Logic, Carly Rae Jepsen, Taboo (Black Eyed Peas), Paulo Nutini, Bonnie McKee, Dead Man’s Bones and more.

She co-created/produced/choreographed/wrote/starred in one of the longest running mainstays at Upright Citizens Brigade Theater “Quick & Funny Musicals” which is still running monthly after more than a decade.  Be on the look out for her new UCB dance variety show “The Raggle-Taggle Dance Hour”.

  • Kat Burns - Reel

  • Kat Burns- Broadway Dance Center

  • Crazy Ex Girlfriend

    Inside Music Video Choreography
  • California Lottery- Happy Dance

    Kathryn Burns Choreography
  • Crazy Ex Girlfriend "I'm So Good At Yoga"

    CW *Emmy Nominated
  • Carly Rae Jepsen "I Really Like You"

  • Key & Peele

    Comedy Central
  • Pharrell Williams "Happy"

    **24 Hour Happy video won Cyber Grand Prix in Cannes
  • The Wire: The Musical

    Funny or Die **won the Webby award for Comedy: Individual Short or Episode
  • Taboo "Zumbao"