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Coaching Staff

Christine Morano

Christine Morano, dancer and aerialist, has over a decade of professional performance experience ranging from experimental to corporate events, from intimate venues and unusual spaces to theaters across the country. Morano has experience in multiple dance styles, thrives on collaborative work, and excels at movement & choreographic education for almost any age. She is compassionate and dedicated, with a constant eagerness to grow as an artist, athlete, educator, and human being.

She has performed in companies throughout the country such as Thom Lewis Dance Company, Alchemy Dance Company, DanceFusion, Grounded Aerial, Green Chair Dance Group, Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance, Nickerson-Rossi Dance, Altitude Aerials, AJ Harper Dance Project, Brian Sanders’ JUNK, The Give & Take Jugglers and Almanac Dance Circus Theater. She can be seen dancing in The David Mayfield Parade’s Human Cannonball music video with PINK HAIR AFFAIR and can be found in Bill Hayward’s book Chasing Dragons. She has toured internationally as an aerialist and dancer for Greg Kennedy’s shows Spherus and Theorem. Christine has been coaching aerial since 2009, is a freelance professional aerialist, and is the founder of MoDa Movement Co.

Christine earned degrees in Biology and Dance from Stockton University, has completed the Professional Training Program at Frequent Flyers Productions Aerial Dance Theater, and has completed dynamic rope teacher training with Alex Allan as a part of Born To Fly Aerial Teacher Training. When she’s not performing or creating, Christine loves continuing her education and training in multiple dance and circus disciplines, body mechanics, anatomy, and kinesiology as often as possible. She is highly collaborative and is always excited to create with other artists across all mediums.

Senior Aerial Coach, Philadelphia School of Circus Arts
Aerial Coach, Circadium
Head of Aerial Department, AcroDynamics
Founder & Dancer, MoDa Movement Co

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