Heather Tatreau

Heather is a modern dance choreographer and educator, teaching at universities across NC since 2002. She is in her sixth year on faculty at UNC-Chapel Hill, teaching the modern dance technique and theory courses, as well as choreographing for productions across campus. She has worked with StreetSigns, The Process Series, The Ackland Art Museum, and the Kenan Theater Company. In addition, she works closely with Carolina Performing Arts to promote student and faculty engagement with visiting dance artists and to create interdisciplinary collaborations. She is currently serving as a panelist for the 2017-2018 season of Tobacco Road Dance Productions.

Heather has a Master's Degree from New York University. While living in NYC, she trained in Limon technique, Cunningham technique, improvisational performance, Laban Movement Analysis, and many somatic practices. She is also a certified Yoga and Pilates instructor.