Richard Riaz Yoder
Richard Riaz Yoder is an Astaire Award-winning broadway veteran of five Tony-nominated and winning musicals. He is most known for being one of Four Porters in “On The Twentieth Century,” starring Kristin Chenoweth, for which he was nominated for Best Male Dancer in a Broadway Show by the Astaire Awards. His Broadway credits include White Christmas, On The Twentieth Century, Shuffle Along, Hello Dolly, and My Fair Lady. Richard’s tv credits include Co-Staring as Conrad on Mom on CBS, featured performer on the Late Late Show with James Corden starring Zac Efron, Zendaya, and Hugh Jackman, featured performer for “Taking the Stage” opening of the African American Museum in DC, and two Tony Awards Telecasts. He can also be heard on the revival cast recordings of Hello, Dolly! and On The Twentieth Century. He has also worked as a master tap and jazz teacher around the country when not performing.
In addition to his credits, he has had the pleasure to work onstage with Julie Andrews, Billy Porter, Bette Midler, Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Bernadette Peters, David Hyde Pierce, Victor Garber, Laura Benanti, George C. Wolfe, Savion Glover, Peter Gallagher, Kristin Chenoweth, Adrienne Warren, and Beanie Feldstein to name a few.