March 4, 2021 - August 22, 2021

New Moves: Episode 3

New Moves returns this season with a twist: all original works filmed in beautifully iconic Kansas City locations. Each free 20-minute episode includes bonus features including interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and more.  Click here for full list of episodes.

Watch the full episode of Caroline Dahm’s Misguided on this page (scroll down) from Thursday, March 4 through August 22. It will also be available to stream by Facebook and Vimeo.

About KC Ballet’s New Moves: Episode 3


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Meet Choreographer Caroline Dahm

Caroline Dahm is a native of the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA.  She trained under Patrick Frantz, Paris Opera Ballet, and furthered her training with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Batsheva/Gaga Labs, Boston Ballet, North Carolina School of the Arts, Orlando Ballet, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, and River North Dance Chicago.  As a graduate from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory, she holds a B.F.A. in Dance Performance and Choreography with dual emphasis in Ballet and Modern.  Caroline has performed professionally with Deeply Rooted Dance Theater, Kansas City Ballet, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Owen/ Cox Dance Group, Quixotic, Tristian Griffin Dance Company, and Wylliams/ Henry Contemporary Dance Company.  As a choreographer, she has set works on Alvin Ailey’s Ailey Camp, Friends of Alvin Ailey Artist-In-Residency Program, Kansas City Ballet, and the iconic Rodgers & Hammerstein’s musical, Carousel, at the MTH Theater.  Caroline has her 250-hour RYT Yoga Certification.  Ms. Dahm is currently on the dance faculty at the University of Missouri- Kansas City Conservatory serving as Adjunct Professor and travels nationally and internationally with SheerElite as a part of their Ballet and Contemporary faculty.

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Kansas City Ballet is an American Guild of Musical Artists Company.

The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) is the labor union that represents artists from numerous disciplines that create America’s operatic, dance, and choral heritage.

This production is presented in cooperation with the American Guild of Musical Artists. Donations are gratefully accepted on behalf of the AGMA Relief Fund.



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