Kaitlyn is a triple threat based in NYC. A Poughkeepsie, NY native, Kaitlyn found her way to the stage by studying dance at a very young age. To pursue tap dance professionally, she traveled to New York City to perform and train under mentors David Rider, Michelle Dorrance, and Aaron Tolson. In 2007, she joined the American Tap Dance Foundation's Tap City Youth Ensemble. She has performed in New York City venues such as City Center, The Joyce Theatre, The Duke on 42nd Street and Symphony Space. In 2009, 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. In the spring of her sophomore year, Kaitlyn was featured in Cafe Variations, conceived/directed by Anne Bogart and produced by ArtsEmerson at the Cutler Majestic Theatre in Boston.
Since then, Kaitlyn has been seen on the 1st National Tour of Newsies and Irving Berlin's White Christmas, regional venues such as Goodspeed and North Shore Music Theatre, as well as NYC venues such as The Signature Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, Gallery Players, Joe's Pub and 54 Below.
In addition to performing, Kaitlyn is a NYC based choreographer and teacher. Most recently, Kaitlyn choreographed Irving Berlin's White Christmas at the Little Theatre on The Square in Sullivan, IL and The Capulet Party, an immersive Romeo & Juliet show at The Green Room 42 in NYC. Kaityn is on faculty at Broadway Dance Center where she teaches all levels of Tap. This summer, Kaitlyn co-directed the Pre-College Musical Theatre Program at Emerson College, teaching Acting & Song Interpretation.