Dance Academy

Kelli Gautreau



Competitive Dance Director/Head Choreographer

Kelli Gautreau: Broadway Dance Academy Artistic Director/Resident Choreographer
Kelli began her training at age five in ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, lyrical, acro/gymnastics at
The Broadway Dance Academy (Brockville, Ontario). She now lives and works in New
York City as a professional choreographer/performer. When Kelli isn’t busy in NYC she
is choreographing for the competitive team at Broadway Dance Academy. Kelli is a
graduate of Brigham Young University’s (Music Dance Theatre- BFA) where she was
also a faculty member of the jazz dance division (jazz 131). Kelli is a certified jazz
teacher under the British Association of Teachers of Dancing and has her level 1
gymnastics certification. Kelli and has taught dance/theatre workshops throughout
Canada/USA/Central Ameria, including San Pedro Sula, Honduras where she taught
dance to orphaned/less fortunate children. Favorite director/choreography credits
include: In the Heights (choreographer)- Five Towns College, REMI award winning short
film (See Me) I’m in Here! (director/choreographer: dancing 4 change), (Stop) Cyber
Bullying! (director/choreographer: dancing 4 change), Fame!- 1 st National Tour
(associate choreographer), Mama Mia! (assistant dir/assistant choreographer: Engeman
Theatre) Annie (choreographer: Grenville Christian College). Kelli is a proud member of
the Actors Equity Association and is an annual performer in Broadway Backwards(
Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids benefit) in NYC where she has performed with
Florence Henderson, Mario Cantone and George Takei. Kelli’s favorite performing
credits include: How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Madison Square Gardens), Hairspray
(Engeman Theater), High School Musical (North Shore Music Theatre), Cyndi Lauper’s
music video, Into The Night Life and The bergenPAC Spring Gala, opening for Tony
Bennett/Chaka Khan. Upcoming projects include “untitled internet safety” short film
(dancing4change), choreographer for the musical Cpmpany and adjunct dance teacher
at Five Towns College. And of course coming home to choreograph for her favorite
dance kids at Broadway Dance Academy. (