top of page


Caroline Bradbury

9I5A7303 - EDIT.jpg

Caroline Bradbury is a Massachusetts based multidisciplinary, dance artist, and co-collaborator of detritus dance. Caroline graduated summa cum laude in 2020 from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. There she was privileged to perform and work with Bobbi Jene Smith, Sidra Bell, Stephen Petronio, Jimena Pas, Jesse Zaritt, Katie Swords-Thurman, Curt Haworth, and other notable choreographers

As an undergraduate in 2018, Caroline was accepted into the American Dance Festival Footprints program where she was in process with and performed in Dafi Altabeb’s new work “Fight or Flight.” She was also able to travel to Tel Aviv and Jerusalem in 2019 with the University of the Arts to further her dance education and to train and perform at the Vertigo Eco Village as well as The Suzanne Dellal Center.


Caroline has been navigating the Greater Boston dance community as an emerging choreographer and performer since 2021 under the moniker detritus dance with Claire Lane, premiering their first duet “in the Ether” as Art Assembled AiR Artists in Residence in June 2022. She has also been involved as a company dancer in Ellice Patterson’s Abilities Dance Boston in 2022 and teaches a practice of Andrea Isabelle Lucas’ Barre Method at Barre and Soul, Harvard Square. Caroline also acts as social media outreach for Jean Appolon Expressions, a Haitian-Contemporary Dance Company based in Boston. 

Claire Lane

9I5A7299 - EDIT.jpg

Claire Lane is a dance artist, educator, choreographer and administrator. She graduated summa cum laude in 2020 from Smith College with a B.A. in Dance and French Studies with the distinction of highest honors. During her undergraduate studies, she performed in repertory by Doug Varone, Bebe Miller, Ephrat Asherie, Angie Hauser, Chris Aiken, and Rodger Blum. Claire furthered her Contemporary Dance training at P.A.R.T.S under the direction of Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker in Belgium, and at Trinity Laban Conservatoire in London. 


As a freelance dancer, Claire has worked with Kairos Dance Theater, Abilities Dance Boston, Chavi Bansal/Vimoksha Dance, Holly Stone/StoneWorks Productions, Haley Andrews/Andrews Movement, and Eliza Malecki Dance at esteemed venues including the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston,  L.A. Dance Project, and Rhode Island College. As a Modern, Contemporary, and Ballet dance educator to toddlers through senior citizens, she uses somatic imagery to ignite imaginative play and curiosity with her students. She continues to hone her teaching practice with Midday Movement Series. 

Photo Credit: Heather Bradbury 

bottom of page