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Audra Carabetta

Audra Carabetta smiling with medium length reddish brown hair wearing a black halter top
Part-Time Faculty
Burnell Hall, Room 130A
BFA, University of Massachusetts Amherst 
MFA, Smith College
Professor Audra Carabetta has been a part-time faculty member at Bridgewater State University since 2009. She teaches various dance technique courses as well as Dance History and Dance Appreciation. Professor Carabetta holds an MFA in dance from Smith College and a BFA in dance from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She has been dancing, teaching, and choreographing in the Boston area since the late 1990’s. Professor Carabetta is currently the Head of the Dance Minor at Clark University and a Visiting Lecturer at The College of the Holy Cross, where she has been teaching since 2004. She teaches ballet, modern, jazz, tap, contemporary, musical theater, creative movement, dance history, composition and is a certified yoga and barre instructor. Professor Carabetta has also been on faculty at Amherst College, Smith College, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Tufts University, Dean College, Ballet Arts Center of Winchester, Annemarie’s Dance Center and Acton School of Ballet. She has had the pleasure of performing with choreographers and companies such as: Across the Ages Dance Project, Brian Crabtree and Dancers, Lorraine Chapman The Company, Daniel McCusker Dance Project, Marcus Schulkind, Weber Dance, the Ken Pierce Baroque Dance Company and The Boston Early Music Festival. Professor Carabetta continues to choreograph for dance companies and schools throughout New England, and her work has been presented at various venues throughout the United States and Europe.
Area of Expertise
Dance Pedagogy, Choreography and Performance