Caitlin Griffin -Over the past decade, Caitlin Griffin has performed in ballet and contemporary productions across Canada and in China, Thailand, and Israel. She has worked on stage with companies including Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, MOVE: the company, Sony Pictures’s Center Stage: Turn it Up, and the 2010 Olympic Opening Ceremonies. She is an active member of Margie Gillis’ Legacy Project, in which she continues to study and perform under the Canadian Dance icon.
Presentations of Caitlin’s work have included multiple installments of at Dances for a Small Stage, 12 Minutes Max, The ROMP! Festival, The City of Vancouver’s Biennale Open Air Museum, The City of Coquitlam’s 125th Anniversary Celebration and for the BC Children’s Hospital A Night of Miracles Gala. Acting as ballet choreographer for Team Canada West in 2014, Caitlin’s choreography won 4 gold medals at the international competition in Poland. Caitlin is also a sought after adjudicator and guest teacher for youth and is passionate about community engagement through the arts. She is the director of #hdisfordancing, an initiative to support the Huntington Disease Community in Canada.