Caroline Kaspar - movement director

Since completing her initial performance training in Adelaide, South Australia, Caroline has maintained a busy creative and performing career in dance, theatre, film and television. After many years treading the boards, learning the craft of performing from some of the foremost practitioners in theatre and film, Caroline is embracing the opportunity of creating works that pass on that knowledge and expertise.

As a movement director/choreographer, Caroline’s work has been seen around the world from theatre works and television commercials here in Australia – to the musical revue “Sixty, Sixty” for the Schmidt’s Tivoli Theatre in Hamburg. That show ran for over two years in Hamburg and then had an incarnation on several Cruise Ships.

As well as creating works of her own, Caroline has regularly worked as Assistant/Resident Choreographer and Dance Captain. Some of her credits include: HAPPY FEET 2, AUSTRALIAN IDOL – Grand Final Concert, 2000 SYDNEY OLYMPIC GAMES CLOSING CEREMONY, CHICAGO - THE MUSICAL, BILLY ELLIOT - THE MUSICAL, HOT SHOE SHUFFLE, MY FAIR LADY, SWEET CHARITY, CANDY MAN, THE GOODBYE GIRL, SALOME…in no particular order.

Caroline is regularly involved in Performing Arts Education as a tutor and choreographer/director for a variety of Sydney performing arts institutions – most notably NIDA and ED5 International.