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Caitlyn Paige

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Caitlyn Paige is an up and coming performer and artist from Toronto. She started dancing at age 3 and completed her competitive dance training at Dance Fusion in styles such as contemporary, ballet, jazz, hip hop, tap, musical theatre, and more. Caitlyn has been working with choreographer, casting director and producer Amy Wright, as assistant choreographer for the highly anticipated season 8 of the popular television series The Next Step. She is a member of Proper Etiquette Jazz Funk Company (Christos Tsiantoulas). She spent the 2018/19 season travelling across America as an Intrigue Dance Intensive assistant, and as an assistant for choreographer Chad McCall. Caitlyn has been a back-up dancer for several performing artists, including Toronto artists Töme and Nadia Stone, and has been featured in music videos such as ‘Sol’, ‘Top Love’ and ‘Exhaused’ as well as a video for JDX Creative (Jeff Dimitriou). Her other recent performance credits include “As Within, So Without”, New Blue Dance Festival, “the F word” (Toronto Fringe Festival),“Revolt” (Christina Digiuseppe), “Gridlock” (Larchaud Dance Project), “Lost Is Found”, Parapan American Games.

Caitlyn started choreographing before she knew being a choreographer was a career path she could take. She presented her first piece in Torontos Choreoball summer edition at age 17. Since then she has also had pieces in Elevate Toronto, Choreoball Winter Edition, March for HER, Unite Dance Showcase and more. She was awarded 1st place in her age category at Young Creators Challenge 3 years in a row. (2019,2020,2021) and taught a class at Young Creators Challenge workshop (2021). Caitlyn has also taught at many studios across the GTA and continues to choreograph pieces for videos, events, and competitions. Caitlyn has been teaching weekly drop-in classes at Studio North Toronto and continues to grow in popularity in the Toronto drop-in class scene.

Caitlyn is looking forward for her future in the industry. She continues to train and expand her dance vocabulary as well as explore different paths within the arts to better herself as a dancer, performer, teacher and choreographer.