Caitlin Meyer


Caitlin Meyer (she/her) is a multidisciplinary dancer, teacher, and choreographer in the Tri-City area and GTA. While attending University of Guelph to obtain her BFA in Honours Psychology and a Minor in Marketing, Caitlin was a company member of Gryphon’s Dance Pack, University of Guelph’s varsity competitive dance team. Through Dance Pak, Caitlin featured in Rachel Vanderlee’s “Forgive You” at Dancing for Dogs (2017), and in Chiara and Valentina Ghizzardi’s piece “Let Me Out!” at Mod Club’s Choreo Ball (2020), in addition to several enormously recognized competitive pieces. Caitlin is a company member of GTA based Little Pear Garden; she has been involved in all “Spectrum of Connection (SOC)” (2023) related performances and films and is elated to be a part of Little Pear Garden’s upcoming Ontario tour. Caitlin also is currently a cast member for Tyler Hutching’s “Whole New World” show in Toronto this summer (2023). Caitlin’s other credits include recent Fever After Dark performances choreographed by Normal People Collective (2022) and Caitlyn Paige (2023), a self-choreographed soloist performance at YouthDay (2022) in Dundas Square, performing works by Jörgen Ballet, and Drayton Theatre, music videos for several Canadian artists including Camille, Azalyne, and SHEBAD, and performing works by Marinda Davis at Walt Disney World, Orlando, while traveling the East Coast of the USA in 2016 as one of two Powerpak Senior Apprentices. Caitlin also has a Choreography Certificate from Broadway Dance Centre. She was a YoungCreators Choreography Finalist with her piece “That Day” (2018), as well as Breaking Boundaries Movement Choreography Competition 1st runner up with her piece “When The Curtain Closes” (2021). Caitlin is also Breaking Boundaries Movement’s 2021 Improvisation Competition Overall Winner. She has only become more sought after and decorated as a creative and educator since these experiences and feels humbled to have the opportunity to regularly travel through Ontario to teach, judge, and choreograph for the next generation of Canadian dance artists. Caitlin is incredibly passionate about dance as a form of storytelling and connecting with others and using movement to create and explore