Caitlin Brown is a Vancouver-based independent dancer. She has danced for Co. ERASGA Dance in work by Quebec choreographer Lydia Wagerer and has understudied for Vancouver company Dancers Dancing for the VIDF performance Voices in Motion, Bodies That Sing. She has also apprenticed for Montreal company Cas Public, performing Hélène Blackburn’s Journal Intime in Montreal and Toronto. Caitlin has presented collaborative work at events such as SWARM, BC Buds, and the MACC performance series. She has performed at the Drift Arts Festival and Spectral Theatre’s Merge series in choreography be Julianne Chapple.
Caitlin received her primary dance training at Vancouver’s Arts Umbrella where she participated in the pre-professional half-day program. While at Arts Umbrella she performed in works by Gioconda Barbuto, Emily Molnar, Wen Wei Wang and Mark Godden, among many others. In addition, she spent two summers attending Springboard Montreal the Professional Project, where she had the privilege of dancing in works by noted choreographers Shawn Hounsel and Sylvain Emard. In 2008 Caitlin completed a BFA Honours degree in Dance at York University, where she performed in the university’s Dance Ensemble. She is thrilled to be participating in Project CPR, and would like to thank Claire French for the opportunity.