Maggie Bergeron is an organizer, teacher, choreographer, dancer, lighting designer, and writer. Maggie is committed to exploring the process of collaboration in her work and teaching, and is most interested in edges and overlaps. Maggie graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy and holds a BFA in Dance from the University of Minnesota. She is a MN Licensed K-12 Dance Instructor and holds a Masters of Arts in Teaching.

Maggie’s creative work and research ranges from national touring as a dancer with Shapiro and Smith Dance to her own choreography, which has been seen locally at the Southern Theater, Red Eye Theater, Walker Art Center, Bryant Lake Bowl and Cedar Cultural Center. Maggie directed and developed the Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists Dance Program for ten years and co-imagines Hear Here - a live music and movement festival along with composer/bassist Nicholas Gaudette. Most recently Maggie has been seen on stage with the movement collective Wailing Babies, behind the lightboard for Eva Mohn and Mike Lewis’ “When Isn’t Yet,” and behind the keyboard co-authoring a textbook for first year experience courses.

Educational Background & Specialties
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Educational Background

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


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