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Haleyann Hart


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Haleyann (she/her) is elated to return to VLOG following her work as choreographer on A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder last fall! A multifaceted artist, educator, and advocate, she is committed to crafting accessible and inclusive theatre and arts experiences for audiences of all ages. Haleyann's choreography credits include She Loves Me at Stevens Institute, Stuck at the Chain (recipient of the Audience Choice Award), Little Shop of Horrors with Color Box, and the premiere of the original musical Camp Song at UCLA. Currently, Haleyann works with Embody Dance Conference, a nonprofit that offers dance training and mental health resources to young talents nationwide. She is an ensemble member with Fuse Theatre, an organization dedicated to social justice and arts education, where she is currently devising a sensory theatre project for young audiences. Haleyann shares her passion for dance as a ballet instructor at Tutu School in Brooklyn. In 2020, she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Theater from UCLA. Haleyann extends heartfelt gratitude to the TOTC team, with appreciation for Kelsey for being such a wonderful creative partner! And to all in the audience, she offers a sincere thank you for your support!


Instagram: @haleyannh

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