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Charlotte Hart

Originally from Louisiana, Charlotte received her BFA in Ballet Performance from the University of Oklahoma. Performing professionally with Louisville Ballet, Augusta Ballet, and Ballet Nouveau Colorado, she danced works from classical to contemporary and modern choreography, and guest performed nationally. She has taught and choreographed nationwide for Augusta Ballet II, Western Arkansas Ballet, SWYB, Springville Ballet, the student company of BNC, and the 2011 International WaTER Conference, with choreography presented at SWRBA and OU’s Young Choreographers’ Showcase, OU Composers’ Recital, Frame by Frame, and Degrees of Rotation, which she also directed. She has worked with Oklahoma City Ballet as répétiteur for Robert Mills’ In Between Dreams. During her graduate studies, Charlotte was awarded the Ballets Russes Archive Fellowship, earned a Graduate Teaching Fellowship and the Miguel Terekhov Award for Ballet Choreography, and completed Jack Anderson’s dance criticism workshop hosted by Camille Hardy. Her thesis, Joanna Kneeland’s Therapeutic Barre: A Qualitative Analysis, explored task-specific warming up for ballet technique. After receiving her MFA in Dance from OU in 2012, Charlotte now lives in Seattle with her husband, Marcus.