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Breton Tyner-Bryan is an American-born dancer, actor, choreographer, and photographer, as well as a highly sought after teacher.
Film and television credits include: Manhattan Love Story (ABC) choreographer Celia Rowlson-Hall, Second Wind (Sarah Choi - Dir), TEST (Feature Film, Chris Mason Johnson - Dir), and PICO (John Sanborn - Dir). As an actress she has played Dorothy Parker in Hattie Mae Williams’ original production of How to Drink like a Lady, and Greta in her own production of Un Tanguito Cualquiera created in collaboration with Catherine Correa.
Breton has performed in works by Marius Petipa, Kirk Peterson, Alonzo King, Robert Moses, Pontus Liedberg, Norbert De La Cruz III, Francesca Harper, Celia Rowlson-Hall, and Fadi Koury, as well as danced with Hartford Ballet, Utah Ballet, Kunst-Stoff, Deborah Slater Dance Theater, and Periapsis NYC.
Breton holds a BFA in Ballet Performance from the University of Utah and received her training at the School of the Hartford Ballet. By invitation she has studied with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, Australian Dance Theatre and Sydney Dance Company. She is on faculty at New York University, Broadway Dance Center, Peridance, and teaches company class for Sleep No More, Ballet Hispanico, and Sidra Bell Dance. She has taught for The Place (London), Dance Base Scotland, San Francisco State University, ODC Dance, LINES Ballet, Mark Morris Dance Center, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Columbia Ballet Collaborative, 10HL, and Google.
Choreographic credits include: Sonas Denim, Jewels in the Square presented by Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Brigham Young University, SELF, and Woodside Vaulters international competitions. As a performer and choreographer, Breton's work has been featured in Pointe Magazine, Dance Informa Magazine, Broadway World, Oberon’s Grove, Huffington Post, and The New York Times.
As a photographer, Breton's work has been used by many dance companies appearing regularly in Broadwayworld.com, Headlands Center for Dance, San Francisco Chronicle, Bay Area Guardian, and San Jose Mercury News. She has exhibited her work at Dance Mission, Fivepoints Art House, the San Francisco Dance Film Festival, and as a featured artist at the Goethe Institute San Francisco. She is currently photographing dance and theater in New York City.