Chelsey Bradley, MFA

Chelsey is a choreographer, professor, and author. She completed her Master's Degree in Dance and Choreography in 2017 from the Peck School of the Arts, and then served as a lecturer of dance for the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. She currently serves as resident choreographer for Dance Wisconsin, and teaches modern dance for Monona Academy of Dance.

Chelsey’s choreography can be found in the repertoire of Dance Wisconsin, Greater Lansing Ballet Company, Canton Ballet, Eau Claire Concert Dance Company, Ballet 5:8, and the Central Indiana Dance Ensemble. Her work for these companies has earned her Regional Dance America’s National Choreographic Commissioning award four times, Regional Dance America’s Choreography Connection Grant in 2014, and a Choreographic Honors Award from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 2015.

In addition to her contemporary works, Chelsey premiered a full-length ballet, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” for Dance Wisconsin in 2016, and a full-length “Snow White” for Central Indiana Dance Ensemble in 2017. This May of 2018 her piece “The Indestructibles” will be featured on Gala Night at Regional Dance America’s MidStates Festival in Lawrence Kansas. Chelsey’s writings on choreography and teaching are published by Dance Advantage.