BRIDGET L. MOORE I Artistic  Career

Bridget L. Moore, a native of Dallas, Texas, has established herself as the Artistic-Executive Director of Flamenco Black and B. MOORE DANCE, subsequent to holding leadership positions as the Artistic Director of Joffrey Ballet School-Texas and Dallas Black Dance Theatre. Her international recognition as an expert in the field was solidified during her tenure as a Visiting Professor at Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, South Korea from 2014 to 2017, where she was invited to speak at the Korean International Symposium on arts education diversity, and cultural integration.

Educational Journey and Artistic Prowess

Moore’s academic background is just as impressive as her professional achievements, holding a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from The Ohio State University and a Master of Fine Arts from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. Her impactful contributions as a choreographer, dancer, and arts educator underscore her unwavering dedication to the dance continuum. Notably, Moore’s recent roles as the choreographer for The Sound of Music, produced by Dallas Theater Center, and as the current choreographer for Public Works-The Odyssey, exemplify her prolific career.

Recognition and Accomplishments

Moore’s choreographic work, including Uncharted Territory: Body of Evidence, has garnered acclaim, securing a grant from the TACA Donna Wilhelm Family New Works Fund in 2017 and earning commissions from prestigious institutions such as TITAS and TACA’s 50th Anniversary Gala. Her talent has been further acknowledged through accolades such as the 2016 Princess Grace Professional Development grant for Arts Administration and the Princess Grace Foundation Choreography Fellowship Award in 2012. Notably, Moore’s involvement in Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” stems from her Co-Directorship project, This Woman’s Work.

Global Artistic Influence and Commitment

During her tenure with Ronald K. Brown’s EVIDENCE: A Dance Company, Moore’s professional performing career extended across national and international stages, including memorable tours to Cuba, London, Greece, and beyond. As an educator, Moore’s impact has been profound, evident in her faculty role at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas and her previous tenure as the Dance Director at Tri-Cities Visual and Performing Arts High School in Atlanta, Georgia.


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