Tiffanie Carson

Assistant Director / Dancer

Originally from southern California, Tiffanie earned her MFA in Dance from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and completed her BFA in Dance Performance at Chapman University. Tiffanie Carson is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Dance at the Shenandoah Conservatory at Shenandoah University and is specialist in the area contemporary & commercial jazz dance. She is instrumental in teaching jazz technique classes for majors and non-majors, as well as guiding senior seminar coursework. Tiffanie has presented works at the 2016 & 2018 New York Jazz Choreography Dance Project at the Salvatore Capezio Theater in NYC, the 2016 VelocityDC Dance Festival at Sidney Harman Hall in Washington, DC, the 34th Annual Choreographers’ Showcase at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center in Maryland, and the 2017 Pushing Progress Series in NYC.

With CKM&A she has performed at the Millennium Stage at Kennedy Center, Sidney Harman Hall, The Alden Theatre in McLean, VA, American Dance Institute in Rockville, MD, as well as traveled on a 9 city tour across the US as part of the creative team for Pōhaku.  

From her performance of Christophe's solo work Selling Out, Tiffanie has been described as a “very talented dancer” by IsItModern? and Carmel Morgan of CriticalDance stated "Carson's ferocity adds a different dimension to the original [and her] energy transforms the work” while "absolutely ripping the solo to shreds." Tiffanie's choreography has also garnered praise from Carmel Morgan, who described Tiffanie as having achieved "a choreographic home run” for her 2014 work, Deprivation. Ms. Morgan said of Carson's newest 2018 work, “B.U.G. [Backlight. Uplight. Glare.] is another certified hit for Carson, and it would be a smart move for companies to commission her choreography."

Tiffanie continuously feels honored to work alongside Christopher as Assistant Director, especially during CKM&A’s annual Winter Workshop and Summer Intensives. She is excited to be in her eighth season with CKM&A.

  © 2020 Christopher K. Morgan & Artists / Photos by Brianne Bland, Sareen Hairabedian, Mark Hoelscher, Jonathan Hsu, N Link Photography