Caralin McCreery was invited to join Pennsylvania Ballet as an Apprentice in 2007 and was promoted to the corps de ballet in 2009. There she danced featured roles in William Forsythe’s Artifact Suite and In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated, George Balanchine’s Rubies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Serenade, and The Four Temperaments. She created roles in the world premieres of Pulcinella by Jorma Elo, Matthew Neenan’s At Various Points, and Carmina Burana. Caralin also appeared in the Academy Award-winning film Black Swan. Her repertoire with Boston Ballet includes Mikko Nissinen’s Swan Lake and The Nutcracker; George Balanchine’s Episodes and Theme and Variations; and Jerome Robbins’ The Concert. Caralin also danced the role of Mudwoman, the principal part in William Forsythe’s Artifact for its North American debut. Caralin was previously the director of the Ballet School at Soo Dance Academy in Blackhawk, CA. In addition to her work on the SEDMA Faculty, Caralin also teaches master classes nationally throughout the year.