Originally from Jackson, NJ, Caitlin Garry has over 20 years of dance experience, specializing in tap dance. At the age of fifteen, she began teaching tap alongside her lifelong mentor, Mary Nosuchinsky, and became a founding member of Nosuchinsky’s company Mary No & Co. In 2012, Caitlin joined Nick Dinicolangelo’s Hands Down Tap Project and has been performing with the company ever since, now serving as the company’s rehearsal director. Performances with HDTP include nine full length shows, and “One” featuring Caroline Lewis-Jones and Susan Dabney Hancock’s Unbound. In collaboration with Best Buddies, Caitlin joined Christopher Erk and the Tap Factor for performances at Carnegie Hall and Harvard University. She has also performed throughout New York City and Connecticut as a founding member of Kelly Kaleta’s Counterpoint.
Caitlin can be found sharing her love of tap dance across the United States virtually with Rhythmic Souls Tap Company, as well as in person across the northeast. Caitlin continues to grow her craft by training with renowned tap dancers such as Nick Dinicolangelo, Jason Janas, and Lisa Latouche. She was also blessed with the opportunity to study the famous work of Leon Collins with Dianne Walker. In addition to living a life full of tap dancing, Caitlin received her BS in Physics and a minor in Social Science from Stevens Institute of Technology, and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering while working as an engineer.