Kaitlyn is a NYC based performer and choreographer. Most recently, Kaitlyn made her Broadway debut in the ensemble of My Fair Lady at the Vivian Beaumont at Lincoln Center Theatre and was a swing on the 1st National Tour. Kaitlyn will be seen in "1300 miles to Broadway," a docuseries directed by Kenny Ortega as a choreographer for Kristin Chenoweth's Broadway Bootcamp. She also has been seen on HBO's The Gilded Age season 1 and 2 as a principal dancer. Previously, she has been seen on the National Tour of Disney's Newsies as the understudy for Katherine, as well as the film version of Disney's Newsies: The Broadway Musical on Disney+ and the White Christmas National Tour. In 2019, Kaitlyn originated the role of Annleigh in the Off-Broadway premiere of We Are The Tigers. Other NYC credits include New York City Center, The Signature Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, The Joyce Theatre, The Duke on 42nd Street, and SITI Company and Art Emerson's Cafe Variations (Lucia) directed by Anne Bogart in Boston.
A Poughkeepsie, NY native, Kaitlyn's performance background first started with tap dance, performing with The American Tap Dance Foundation's TCYE Ensemble and the Boston Tap Company under choreographers such as Michelle Dorrance and Brenda Buffalino. She received the American Tap Dance Foundation's Buster Brown Award for "excellence, passion and hunger for the art of tap dance." Kaitlyn continued her training in the BFA Musical Theatre program at Emerson College.
Kaitlyn is a NYC based choreographer and teacher. Kaitlyn will be returning to choreograph White Christmas at The Little Theatre on The Square, after choreographing the same title In 2017. Kaitlyn is on faculty at Broadway Dance Center in NYC and co-director of the Emerson College BFA Musical Theatre Pre-College program 2018-2021. Kaitlyn's choreography has been seen in "Touch The Sky" Honoring Chita Rivera at Carnegie Hall's Zanken Hall, "SDG Groove" presented at One Humanity Live with the United Nations.