Kaitlyn is a NYC based singer, dancer, actor, and choreographer. She has been seen on Broadway in Funny Girl and My Fair Lady, across the country in numerous National Tours (such as Disney's Newsies), Off-Broadway, Regional theaters, TV & Film and is represented by DGRW.
Kaitlyn grew up in Poughkeepsie, NY and started in dance lessons age 3. She soon began training with David Rider and performing with the American Tap Dance Foundation's Youth Ensemble in NYC with choreographers including Michelle Dorrance and Brenda Buffalino. She received the 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 in Boston.
Kaitlyn is also a NYC based choreographer and teacher on faculty at Broadway Dance Center, Marymount Manhattan College and My College Audition. Kaitlyn's choreography credits include A.R.T. New York, Carnegie Hall's Zanken Hall, BCEFA, The Little Theatre on The Square and The United Nations. Kaitlyn will be featured as a mentor & choreographer in the upcoming docuseries led by Kristin Chenoweth and directed by Kenny Ortega, "1300 miles to Broadway."