Most recent theatre credits include creating the role of Jacob in La Cage aux Folles (Menier Chocolate Factory and Playhouse Theatre. Olivier Award and Whatsonstage.com Award nominations).
Other theatre credits include Cats (UK tour), Starlight Express, Five Guys Named Moe, Rent, Soul Train, The Big Life, Hey, Mr Producer, Stomp, The Rat Pack and Robin and the Seven Hoods (West End), Simply Heavenly (Young Vic), Golden Boy (Greenwich Theatre), Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Globe Theatre), Sammy (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Time Flows (Trinity Buoy Wharf) and Forever Young (Nottingham Playhouse).
Films include Mister Lonely and Shopping.
Commercially he has danced with and for Mel B, The Spice Girls, Morcheeba, Toni Braxton, Eternal, Michael Jackson, Muse and many others.
Choreography for stage, screen and video includes the world premiere of Soul Sister (Hackney Empire, transferring to the West End August 2012), End of the Rainbow (Trafalgar Studios and Broadway), Five Guys Named Moe (Theatre at The Mill Belfast), Help the Heroes St George’s Day charity match for Alexandra Burke and 380 Dancers (Twickenham Stadium), I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Saw the Sky and Sammy (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Half a Sixpence (UK tour), The Big Life (West End. Resident Director and also performed. Whatsonstage.com and Olivier Award nominations), Porgy and Bess (Savoy Theatre), The Pearl Fishers (Dorset Opera Company), Let There Be Love (Tricycle Theatre), Songs of Freedom (South Bank Centre), Through the Door (Trafalgar Studios), Millennium Magic (Cardiff Millennium Stadium), Time Flows (Trinity Buoy Wharf), Michael Jackson’s MJ Day Charity (The Hippodrome and Hammersmith Apollo), UK Garage Awards, Fame Academy Boot Camp and UK Unsigned Completing the Band.
Jason has recently returned from Sweden where he was choreographing a brand new production of Crazy for You with a 35-piece orchestra for Varmland Opera.
He has a Guinness World Record for choreographing 800 dancers performing for Help the Heroes charity match Bath v Wasps at Twickenham Stadium with Heather Small of M-People.