Kaitlyn Louise Smith has been choreographing for most of her dancing career. She started teaching dance and choreographing in 2010 and continues to choreograph for many different mediums and styles. Kaitlyn choreographs for kid's camps, dance competitions (STAR SYSTEMS), pageants, music videos, flash mobs, and musical theatre (Rocky Horror Show, 35mm, and Hello Again). Fun college projects include choreographing the music video "Dirty Love" by Robby Benson and choreographing the ESPN broadcasted dance for the IU Men's Basketball team for Hoosier Hysteria. At school, she particularly likes to choreograph for her tap company and for Stages Bloomington as the resident dance instructor for the youth program.
Most recently, Kaitlyn choreographed Hello Again and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot at Indiana University. Michael John LaChiusa said himself about her choreography, "I just caught a snippet of some of [her] fine work on HELLO AGAIN. I was truly moved by [her] understanding of what I was going for by calling the original musical a 'ballet with words.' I know that might sound a little pretentious to some, but not to those who love the dance. [She is] one who clearly loves the dance."
Kaitlyn Louise Smith | Hello Again Choreography