Caron Eule (Artistic Director) received her BFA in dance and composition from SUNY Purchase and has also studied at the London Contemporary School of Dance, the Bat D’or School in Israel, and The Paul Taylor School in New York City. Caron, as the Director of C. Eule Dance, is a recipient of the Manhattan Community Arts Fund administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for her production of Clean Springing 3 at the Merce Cunningham Studio and for The Crane Wife as part of the openhousenewyork Weekend (where she also received a MetLife Creative Connections grant.) Caron was selected as a finalist to present her choreography at the Dance Under The Stars Choreography Festival in Palm Desert, California.
Ms. Eule has produced her own seasons at The Ailey Citigroup Theater, The University Settlement, The Merce Cunningham Studio, and the Williamsburg Art nexus. Her choreography has also been presented at: the Elan Awards; Dance Theater Workshop; Dancers Responding to AIDS at St. Mark’s Church, Summer Solstice in Times Square, and Fire Island Dance Festival 11; the Flea; the Brooklyn Arts Exchange; the 92nd Street Y; Dance Space; The Crystal Theatre in Norwalk, Connecticut and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. She also continues to expose the community to dance in public events including festivals and Public Schools. Besides choreographing concert dance, Ms. Eule has also choreographed for film, opera, and musicals. She has danced for Stephan Koplowitz, Tina Croll, Larry Keigwin, Daniel Gwirtzman, Shela Xoregos, David Fernandez, Carol Fonda, Linda Diamond, Anna Sokolow, Naomi Goldberg, Jodi Liss, the Kathak Ensemble, Amanda Selwyn, and the Shadow Box Theater, and has toured Germany with Ariane Mertz and Company. Ms. Eule currently teaches dance at Ballet Hispanico and in the public schools with American Ballroom Theater. She has also taught Master Classes at SUNY Buffalo and SUNY Fredonia. C. Eule Dance was the subject of a documentary, Little Caron Has a Big Dream by the New York Media Workshop held for college students from Japan.