Caitlin Belcik

Caitlin Belcik

BFA in MT, Penn State Certificate, Smeal College of Business

Caitlin is a NYC-based performer, director, choreographer originally from Edmond, OK and a PROUD MTCA alumn! She began her professional performance career at a young age working in regional theatres around the Midwest and eventually making her Broadway debut in Dr. Suess’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (OBC, Annie Who) at age 10.

After working professionally as a child, Caitlin went on to earn a BFA in Musical Theatre and a Certificate from the Smeal College of Business from Penn State University. While at Penn State, Caitlin’s love for choreography grew. She was given several opportunities to choreograph at school, one of which was a concert version of On the Town directed by Tony nominated Susan H. Schulman. Caitlin also received a Masters in Non-Profit Leadership from Oklahoma City University – a pandemic passion project!

As a choreographer, Caitlin most recently choreographed A Little Night Music starring Kate Baldwin, directed by Hunter Foster, at ATG.  Other choreography credits include Seesaw (BWW nom Best Original Choreography), The Baker’s WifeSugar (BWW nom), And the World Goes Round (Tap choreography, Dir. Deidre Goodwin), Parade (Dir. Hunter Foster). She also served as the Resident Choreographer at College Light Opera Company for two seasons.

As a performer, Caitlin has been seen on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and in 30+ regional productions, including shows at Bucks County Playhouse, MTWichita, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, J2 Spotlight, NYGASP, and more. Caitlin has had the pleasure of dance captaining for some of her favorite choreographers including: Mara Newberry Greer, MTCA coach Natalie Malotke, Al Blackstone, and Adam Cates.

Beyond the theatre, Caitlin is the Accounting Manager at Boys & Girls Clubs of OKC, an adjunct professor at Manhattanville College, and serves on the Board of TFCA. Caitlin is THRILLED to be a dance coach for MTCA after it had such a huge impact on her college audition journey! @cebelcik