Collegiate Affiliation

Maggie Bergeron is a teacher, choreographer, dancer, and writer whose life has moved from Northwestern MN farm to boarding school in Michigan to Minneapolis, MN, where she currently resides. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in the U of MN Dance Program, dances on occasion, makes collaborative work for all sorts of performance occasions, and produced and curated a music/movement festival called Hear Here! along with her composer husband Nicholas Gaudette in 2015 and 2017. Maggie is committed to engaging the process of collaboration in her work, and is most interested in a holistic imagining of a performance experience for audience members. Her work has been seen locally at Studio Z with Zeitgeist, the Southern Theater, Red Eye Theater, Walker Art Center and Bryant Lake Bowl, nationally at Interlochen Arts Academy, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, and Keshet Dance Company and Internationally in Bern, Switzerland. Maggie co-authored Approaching College with Purpose, a textbook for first year experience courses, and is committed to supporting students making the transition into and out of college. Maggie graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy and holds a BFA in Dance from the University of Minnesota. She is a Licensed K-12 Dance Instructor and holds a Masters of Arts in Teaching.

Educational Background & Specialties
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Educational Background

  • Bachelors of Fine Arts: Dance, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Master of Arts: Teaching, Minnesota State University Mankato
  • K-12 Dance Licensure: Dance, Minnesota State University


  • Dance Education
  • Choreography
  • Production
  • Educational Innovation
  • Career Readiness