She is currently a PhD candidate in performance and women’s sexuality and is working on a documentary that follows the lives of former Burlesque Queens from the 1950s.
In addition to her research, Kaitlyn continues to publish internationally, appears as a “go-to” expert on numerous television programs and continues to teach workshops on the history of women’s sexuality through dance.
She is the founder and executive director of Pink Ribbon Pin-Ups, an annual vintage pin-up calendar for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. This calendar, allows women to explore their femininity post-mastectomy and will be sold nationally in over 200 Safeway stores, raising a quarter of a million for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation this year
Kaitlyn’s background includes training in Moscow at the Moscow Art Theater and in Russian physical theater at Harvard University. Kaitlyn has a joint Master’s Degree from Britain’s world-renowned Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) and King’s College London.
Kaitlyn creates choreography for both groups and individuals. She has developed routines for all levels and skill sets from highly trained performance troupes to first time dancers. All choreography is specifically designed on a case by case basis with the body type and needs of the individual(s) in mind.