Bradley McCaskill

Ashley_Hilton.JPGWith over twenty-seven years of teaching experience, Bradley McCaskill has taught Classical Ballet throughout the U.S. and Europe. As the Director of Ballet Conservatory of Orange County for over ten years, Mr McCaskill taught open professional class in Los Angeles as well as company class for the San Diego City Ballet. 
A Professional Ballet dancer for over sixteen years, Mr. McCaskill danced in the States with such renowned companies as the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, the Chicago City Ballet, and the San Antonio Ballet. He has guested with numerous companies from the Los Angeles Ballet to the Southern Ballet Theatre in Orlando.  While in Europe, Mr. McCaskill had the privilege of dancing with the Hannover Staats Open Ballet; Hannover being The Royal House of Germany. 
Mr. McCaskill has had many classical roles choreographed specific to him. From Shakespeare’s Puck in Mendolson’s score of “A Mid Summer Nights Dream” to the Prince in Stravinsky’s “Pulcinella” both danced to critical acclaim. The role that Mr McCaskill is most proud to have performed was that of the original choreography of “Swan Lake’s” White Swan Pas De Deux set by George Skibine while working with the Dallas Ballet.  While in Europe, Mr. McCaskill danced the role of Diesel in “West Side Story” to Jerome Robbin’s complex choreography.
Mr McCaskill’s dance career spans Motion Pictures, Television, Opera, Musical Theater and even MTV Music videos. Mr. McCaskill can be seen in videos by such MTV original artists as Lionel Richie and Hall & Oats as well as dance roles in numerous television series and motion pictures.
Currently teaches: Level 2B Ballet

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