Tymberly Canale

Tymberly Canale

Big Dance Theater

Actor, choreographer and dancer in Brooklyn, New York

About Tymberly

Tymberly Canale is a dancer, actor, choreographer and educator and has collaborated and performed with Big Dance Theater since 1995, recently performing alongside Mikhail Baryshnikov in Man in a Case in a recent extensive United States tour. She received a 2010 New York Dance and Performance Award (Bessie) for her role in Big Dance Theater’s Comme Toujour, Here I Stand. Canale received her MFA in Dance in 2009 from Hollins University/American Dance Festival and has served on the faculty of Peridance/Capezio Certificate Program, University of the Arts, Marymount Manhattan College, the American Dance Festival and Barnard College. Her choreographic credits include I HATE F*** MEXICANS, written by Luis Enrique Gutierrez Ortiz Monasterio, (directed by Danya Taymor), Brecht’s Play "A Respectable Wedding" at New York University (directed by Karin Coonrod), and Tristan Tzara’s "The Gas Heart" (for Big Dance Theater), as well as assisting in the off-Broadway Theater for a New Audience production of John Ford’s The Broken Heart and assisting on the David Byrne/Alex Timbers/Annie-B Parson production of Here Lies Love.


Name: Tymberly Canale

Lives in: Brooklyn, New York

Company: Big Dance Theater

Occupation: Actor, Choreographer and Dancer

Unique traits: Collaborative

Awards

  • New York Performance Award (Bessie)
    (2010)

Education

  • Hollins University (Roanoke, VA)
    (2007-2009)

  • Webster University (Saint Louis, MO)
    (1988-1992)

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  • Since: August 2014
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